Facebook finally deletes the deleted
Facebook finds a fix for erasing the past, Google makes app updating easier, and Instagram maps out your photos.
The top tech headlines for this photo-fun Friday:
Ustream will soon launch an app that lets you stream live video to your Facebook page. Called Android and Apple devices., it'll be available in the coming days on
Facebook has found an answer to the photo deletion issue that Ars Technica uncovered three years ago. The problem: Once you deleted a photo, it could still be found if you had the original URL. But now, Facebook says when you delete a photo . Ars Technica reported that it saw photos gone within two days of being deleted.
The folks at Android Police noticed that Google may have activated. It's the ability to update an app by just downloading the new bits, instead of re-downloading the entire program. Less time, less battery drain, less bandwidth. (But you can never have less corny, as today's video sets out to prove.)
Magic can no longer find a gathering on eBay. The online seller has $131 on a genie manifestation potion. For it being Merlin's own formula, it's a steal at that price!. Since the ban takes effect in September, this could be your last chance to spend
There's an update to the photo sharing network of Instagram. The app now will display photos by location with. But if you don't want your photos mapped, . Once the app is updated, select the ones you want to have mapped. And, as always, be mindful of which photos you map. (Don't cause yourself a headache by tagging yourself at home and making it easy to find where you live.)