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Facebook announces Group Payments in Messenger (US only)

Group Payments

Facebook has introduced a new feature for its Messenger application, Group Payments. Starting today, Group Payment is available for Android and desktop. This will allow you to send or receive money between groups of friends/people on Messenger. It’s free, simple, fast and secure. The feature has been available for person-to-person scenarios since 2015, but

Messenger meets M, Facebook’s new assistant powered by artificial intelligence


Facebook has launched a new chat assistant for its Messenger app, M. Although, it a single letter assistant but according to Facebook, M is powered by artificial intelligence and offers suggestions by popping into an open conversation to suggest relevant content and capabilities. The company has been testing M capabilities from

Facebook introduces Message Reactions and Mentions for Messenger


In a continuous push for better and more engaging conversations, Facebook is introducing reactions and mentions for its Messenger app for its billion users. First up is the new Message reactions. These are the same you are pretty familiar with on Facebook. Long tap on a message will let you choose between

Facebook app for Windows 10 snags a minor update

Facebook app has received a new update for Windows 10 devices. The latest update version is 75.700.56604.0.The latest update is minor one. The latest update does not bring any new feature and changelog is also not there but we can assume that there is bug fixes and performance improvements. If you notice

Facebook & GroupMe for Windows 10 get updated

Time for some new updates!!!!! Facebook & GroupMe have received a new update for Windows 10 devices. the latest update version for G for Facebook is 71.678.7263.0 . The latest update are minor one The latest updates of both these two only bring bug fixes and performance improvements. If you notice anything new in

Cortana and LinkedIn now integrates in Windows 10

  Cortana for Windows 10 remains one of the cornerstone features of the Microsoft’s new operating system, and the company is now focused on improving the service. Today, Redmond has announced that the personal assistant is now integrated with LinkedIn, the business oriented social network. This blog post just went live, with the