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Twitter still hasn't taken action against the conspiracy theorist.
Facebook's Messenger Kids app has so far been strict about adding friends. Early on, it even required that children count their parents as friends. The social network is ready to loosen things up, however... if only a bit.
Facebook is making it easier for kids to add their friends on its under-13 chat app, Messenger Kids. To use the feature, parents will turn on a setting that creates a four-word passphrase that's used generate these contact requests, the company says. Once enabled, Facebook will randomly generate a four-word phrase that's uniquely assigned to each child.
Facebook has teamed up with La Liga to bring the Spanish soccer league to viewers on the Indian subcontient for free. India is Facebook's largest market, with 270 million users. The social media giant has 348 million users in total on the Indian subcontinent.
AT&T (T) is looking forward to expanding in the media industry and unlocking new opportunities after its acquisition of Time Warner. AT&T is planning to focus on advertising and digital content distribution following the acquisition. According to Forbes, AT&T is planning to reduce prices for customers through advertising, by shifting some content creation costs from customers to advertisers.
PayPal’s (PYPL) board of directors has approved a new stock repurchase program totaling $10 billion. PayPal has $2.7 billion remaining under its previous repurchase program. Together with the new program, PayPal has lined up a $12.7 billion payout for its shareholders.
Amazon (AMZN) and Facebook (FB) hordes massive consumer data that is helping them to aggressively foray into the banking sector.
U.S. stock index futures inched higher on Tuesday as global markets bounced back from concerns of weakness in Turkish currency, with gains in technology stocks lifting sentiment. Shares of the big six U.S. lenders were trading between flat and up 0.6 percent in early premarket trading on Tuesday. S&P 500 e-minis were up 10.25 points, or 0.36 percent and Nasdaq 100 e-minis were up 34.75 points, or 0.47 percent.
In early London dealings the lira rose 6 per cent, but is down a quarter this month. Turkey is facing severe issues on several fronts, including US relations. Washington has been pressuring Ankara to release detained American pastor Andrew Brunson, and analysts say a resolution is a critical factor in stabilising the lira.
Facebook (FB) faces multiple headwinds that make it an unsuitable investment pick. In its place, five technology stocks with significant prospects draw attention.
A Facebook executive has issued a sinister warning to media companies that don't cooperate with the social network, telling them their "dying business" will end up in a hospice. Ms Brown also said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, "doesn't care about publishers but us giving me a lot of leeway and concessions to make these changes." Facebook has denied the comments.