Facebook has launched Instagram Lite in Bangladesh in order to provide access to all users, irrespective of the device, platform and network they are on. This lightweight version of the Instagram app for Android uses minimal data, similar to Facebook Lite. Built using Bloks technology, Instagram Lite is less than 2 MB in size -
Facebook is making it easier for users in Bangladesh to connect with helplines by partnering with local organizations in an effort to support and raise awareness on mental health. According to a 2019 survey, nearly 17 percent of adults in Bangladesh are suffering from mental health issues, and 92 percent among them don’t seek professional
Facebook on December 21 launched the #BeDiscovered campaign in Bangladesh to showcase local entrepreneurs that are using digital platforms to grow their businesses. As part of its global efforts to support small and medium businesses, Facebook will partner with Bangladeshi entrepreneurs to help tell their stories. The #BeDiscovered campaign includes a series
PARIS (AFP) Image: Collected A total of 120,000 posts on Facebook and Instagram have been withdrawn for attempting to “obstruct voting” in the US presidential election and 2.2 million ads have been rejected, Facebook’s vice president Nick Clegg said in an interview published Sunday. In addition, warnings were posted on
Facebook has unveiled its second-generation Oculus Quest virtual reality headset, promising higher-quality visuals at a significantly lower price than many had predicted. It also revealed two blockbuster franchises - Assassin's Creed and Splinter Cell - were being developed for the platform. The firm has been unable to meet demand for the
December 16, 2012. An Indian student got violently raped on a moving bus in Delhi and succumbed to an excruciating death. Around 534 media reports were published afterwards, as stated in a research article of BMC Women’s Health. Among these, 26 were categorized as description of event, 112 as description of
Sydney (AFP) US technology giant Google went on the offensive Monday against an Australian plan forcing digital giants to pay for news content, telling users their personal data would be “at risk”. Australia announced last month that firms like Google and Facebook would have to pay news media for content, after
Mukesh Ambani, Asia's richest man as Indian Billionaire, laid out a vision for his digital venture as he seeks to build a homegrown technology titan that could rival global giants after securing more than $20 billion in investment from the likes of Google and Facebook Inc. Ambani, outlining plans for Jio Platforms Ltd.