Facebook facial recognition is rolling out to all users

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Facebook is replacing its tag suggestion feature with facial recognition. The Facebook facial recognition feature is now being offered to all users. However, the social media giant has been careful to keep the controversial feature opt-in by default. New Facebook users and existing users who currently have the “tag suggestions” setting will be alerted to the facial recognition feature and will receive information about how it works. The feature will not automatically recognize a user in photos or videos unless it is turned on. The original feature, called “tag suggestions,”…

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Top B2B Marketing Strategies in 2019

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Compared to the preceding years, B2B marketers are currently experiencing more transformations at every step of the buyer’s journey. Notably, with instant and unlimited access to information, competition between B2B marketers is stiffened. Meaning, only those that fit into the digital sea change will convert more leads to loyal customers. To formulate winning business to business marketing strategies in 2019 and beyond, unfolding in the subsequent paragraphs are some critical pointers to consider. Understand the target audience and give answers to their queries Customers have pains and challenges that they…

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Patent reveals new details about Facebook AR glasses

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A patent filing has provided more details about the yet to be released augmented reality glasses. Although the much anticipated Facebook AR glasses are not due to be released until sometime in the future, a few more details regarding how these glasses might function have been revealed in a new patent filing. Among these details include hints about the audio function of the new device. The wearable technology could be equipped with a “cartilage conduction audio system”. The Facebook AR glasses patent, which was filed back in January but was…

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Facebook has selected London as its base to develop WhatsApp payments

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The social network giant wants to drive the messenger service’s mobile payments globally Facebook is serious about developing WhatsApp payments and has chosen London, England as the center of the mobile payments platform’s development. The messenger service will hire on 100 new software engineers from London and Dublin. The reason that Facebook decided on London instead of a US city is that it is widely used in the UK and England’s capital city is known for attracting talent from other markets where WhatsApp is popular. This includes markets such as…

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