Facebook is launching a service to facilitate payments across its suite of apps — Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp — that will work with your credit or debit card and with PayPal. The initiative is notably separate from the company's Libra network.
Most of us have a lot of photos in Facebook, but don't actually use that platform as a long-term storage solution. That's probably a good idea considering how photos are handled on the service, and making the move to something like Google Photos instead is something to consider.
Sony announced on October 7, 2019, that it was removing Facebook integration from the PlayStation Network. That means you'll no longer be able to add friends from Facebook and Facebook has been removed from the share menu.
A letter sent by the UK, US and Australian governments has called upon Facebook not to proceed with its plan to roll out end-to-end encryption to its messaging services, over fears the policy threatens "the lives and safety of our children".
Following its tests of hiding likes with Instagram, Facebook is now trying it out on its own platform. Starting September 27 in Australia, it will begin hiding likes from everyone but the owner of the post.