HIGHLIGHTS Facebook is testing a new video chat app called Bonfire The company may use Bonfire to rival Houseparty app Houseparty co-founder took a jab at Facebook Facebook has confirmed that it is testing a new video chat app called Bonfire, said to rival Houseparty, in Denmark.
Welcome to the world of machine learning in software testing. Machine-learning software takes past data and uses that data to better understand and make decisions in a problem domain. It consists of a series of mathematical algorithms that are able to adjust themselves based on its understanding of that
Facebook’s always looking to boost sharing and interaction on the platform – as The Social Network has noted previously: “Our top priority is keeping you connected to the people, places and things you want to be connected to — starting with the people you are friends with
Google has never fared particularly well in social. This was highlighted earlier in the week when the search giant announced a new update for Google+ – which reminded many that Google+ actually does still exist. Yet, despite their various attempts and failures in trying to tap into the social realm, that
Facebook is working on a new tool to help stem one source of harassment on its platform. The social network is testing a new feature that will automatically alert you if it detects another user is impersonating your account by using your name and profile photo. When