Facebook has rolled out a new tool that makes it easy to celebrate pride. Twitter adds rainbow hearts to #LoveWins tweets. And Google Hangouts get a visit from pride-filled emojis.
Technically Incorrect: Both the White House Facebook account and President Obama's Twitter account immediately react to the Supreme Court decision on gay marriage.
Technically Incorrect: A North Charleston police officer decides to bare his allegiance at a very sensitive time in a very sensitive place. He is dismissed.
Instead of scrolling through your entire Facebook timeline for updates from your closest friends or family, try using this list instead.
The social network makes its messaging app for smartphones available to people who don't have a Facebook account.
The world's largest social network creates an app for lower-performance phones and people without access to speedy cellular signals.
Facebook is rolling out new photo-editing tools for iOS users to get more creative with photos.
The app is designed to let you share photos -- privately -- from a party, wedding or other big gathering.
The Lite version of the Facebook app is designed for people with budget Android phones stuck on slower 2G networks found in developing markets.
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