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Facebook adds ‘Order Food’ option because it wasn’t addictive enough

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As if we don't spend enough time on Facebook as is, the social networking giant this week began rolling out a new feature which allows users to order food through the site itself, according to a report from TechCrunch. The feature is available to users on the Facebook app and via the desktop site as well. To access the new feature, simply go to the main navigation menu and scroll all the way down. Once there, you should see an "Order Food" option alongside a corresponding hamburger icon.

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Yoni Heisler

May 21st

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Only Android users can get the good version of Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger Lite: Android APK download

Facebook's quest to get humanity to spend every waking moment in a Facebook-owned app has ruined Messeger lately. Right now, Messenger is far more about Stories and photos than it is about communicating with specific people, which is dumb.

Even worse is that Facebook does make a good Messegner app. It's called Facebook Lite, and it's a stripped-down, data-friendly version of Messenger aimed at users in developing countries, who have slower phones and limited data connections. Officially, it's not offered in North America, but The Verge has noticed that there's a workaround. The only catch is that it's Android-only.

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Chris Mills

May 18th

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Crunch Report | Comcast Launches Xfinity XFi

 Today’s Stories  Comcast invests in mesh router maker Plume, launches Xfinity xFi for managing your home’s wireless network John Oliver reminds us that Net Neutrality is still under siege Facebook culls ‘tens of thousands’ of fake accounts ahead of UK election Amazon to control 70 percent of the voice-controlled speaker market this year Food startup Maple shuts… Read More

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Anthony Ha

May 9th

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Facebook is hiring 3,000 more people to watch its most disturbing videos

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Facebook is the largest social network on the planet and the sheer volume of posts, photos, and videos means that, inevitably, some really horrible stuff is going to make it past the company's watchful eye. That being said, the number of really, really gruesome videos that have popped up on the site recently — and that have remained viewable for hours and in some cases days — is clearly unacceptable to both the general public and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. In a lengthy blog post today, Zuckerberg expressed his displeasure with the trend and announced that he's going to pay 3,000 more people to constantly sift through both live and recorded videos in search of the worst of the worst.

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Mike Wehner

May 3rd

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Crunch Report | Juicero Running Dry?

Crunch Report 4/19 Today’s Stories  Juicero users find that man trumps machine Facebook will license its new 360 cameras that capture in six degrees of freedom Spotify’s half-priced student pricing expands worldwide Microsoft to shut down Wunderlist in favor of its new app, To-Do Planned Parenthood enrolls in 500 Startups’ seed program Credits Written and Hosted by: Anthony Ha Filmed… Read More

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Anthony Ha

April 20th

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Crunch Report | Juicero Running Dry?

Crunch Report 4/19 Today’s Stories  Juicero users find that man trumps machine Facebook will license its new 360 cameras that capture in six degrees of freedom Spotify’s half-priced student pricing expands worldwide Microsoft to shut down Wunderlist in favor of its new app, To-Do Planned Parenthood enrolls in 500 Startups’ seed program Credits Written and Hosted by: Anthony Ha Filmed… Read More

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Anthony Ha

April 20th

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Facebook is building a helicopter to help deliver internet access in emergencies

After building a solar-powered plane to help deliver internet access nearly two years ago, Facebook is once again building another aircraft to deploy the internet -- this time, in the form of a helicopter.

Unveiled at its F8 developer conference, the Mark Zuckerberg-led social network said the helicopter, known as the "Tether-tenna," would provide internet access and could be deployed for months in the case of an emergency.

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April 19th

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Facebook will license its new 360 cameras that capture in six degrees of freedom

 On day two of Facebook’s F8 conference, Mike Schroepfer, Facebook’s CTO showed off designs for two new 360 cameras that the company is going to help push to market. The x24, with 24 cameras, and its little brother the x6, with six cameras, can each capture in six degrees of freedom for more immersive 360 content. Facebook plans to license the designs of the two cameras to… Read More

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John Mannes

April 19th

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Facebook killing suspect dead after police chase

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Steve Stephens, the man suspected of killing 74-year-old Robert Godwin and uploading a video of the murder to Facebook, has died following a police chase. According to Pennsylvania State Police, Stephens spotted this morning by state police. After a brief chase, he shot and killed himself.

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Chris Mills

April 18th

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Crunch Report | Uber Might Have To Support In-App Tipping

Crunch Report April 17 Today’s Stories  New York’s Taxi commission to propose in-app tipping requirement for Uber Google reaches $7.8 million settlement in its Android antitrust case in Russia Facebook issues statement after murder suspect shares video of shooting in Cleveland Instagram now lets you organize bookmarks into private collections Steve Jobs’ custom Apple I and other historic machines… Read More

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Anthony Ha

April 18th

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