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How to Make a Fake Facebook Account

Creating multiple Facebook accounts was easy back in the day. You might have needed a secondary email from a legitimate educational institution, but that’s typically not difficult to come by—especially if you get a new “alumni” email address tied to a university’s domain upon graduating.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Facebook’s New Cloud Gaming Service Streams Free-To-Play Mobile Games

Google’s got Stadia, Amazon’s got Luna, and now Facebook has its own cloud gaming service. But don’t expect to stream console and PC hits on Facebook Gaming’s cloud. At launch, it’s all about free-to-play, microtransaction-packed mobile games. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Facebook Continues Its Bullshit With Oculus Accounts

In case you weren’t uneasy enough about having to create Facebook accounts just to use a virtual reality headset, you should know that in some circumstances deleting a linked Facebook account will then remove your access to any Oculus purchases you have made.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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How to Customize Reactions on Facebook Messenger

Facebook has just updated its Messenger apps, which you probably realized when you saw the bright, refreshed purple-ombre logo. The cutesy new look is more a precursor than anything else: Soon, Facebook Messenger will integrate with Instagram, and you’ll be able to chat with your friends across both platforms no…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Everything You Missed From Today’s Facebook Connect 2020 Event

Today’s Facebook Connect kicked off with a two-hour keynote that detailed the company’s latest virtual and augmented reality developments. There were product announcements, new apps and games on display, and compelling peeks at some speculative technology. We’ll recap the highlights for those who couldn’t catch the…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Splinter Cell And Assassin’s Creed VR Games Coming From Ubisoft

A whole slew of virtual reality games were announced as part of today’s Facebook Connect broadcast, including upcoming entries in Ubisoft’s Splinter Cell and Assassin’s Creed series that will be exclusive to Oculus. Read more…

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How to Host ‘Watch Together’ Viewing Parties on Facebook Messenger

Facebook’s new “Watch Together” feature supports up to eight people in Facebook Messenger, or up to 50 people using Messenger Rooms. However you decide to structure your digital party, it’s a convenient way to get everyone watching (and commenting) on the same videos at the same time.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Leaked Vids Reveal The Oculus Quest 2, A VR Headset That’s Gonna Get Dirty

Last year, Facebook untethered virtual reality fans from their computers with the standalone Oculus Quest, one of the best ways to experience VR. Earlier today a pair of videos originally uploaded to the Facebook Blueprint website revealed the Oculus Quest 2, a higher-resolution, more powerful standalone virtual…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Facebook reveals new rules to limit streamed events

When the COVID-19 pandemic put live events on indefinite hiatus, the music industry was forced to rapidly adapt. For most artists, this meant transitioning to live-streamed events, using social platforms like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitch. But in a newly announced set of rules—set to take effect on October 1—Facebook announced that musicians will not […]

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Bring Back ‘Old Facebook’ With This Chrome Extension

If you’re a Facebook fan but hate its recent redesign, there’s hope. You can no longer revert back to “Old Facebook” simply by clicking a button in your settings menu, but you can install a Chrome extension that magically transforms the site, restoring the look and feel you previously enjoyed.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Bring Back ‘Old Facebook’ With This Chrome Extension

If you’re a Facebook fan but hate its recent redesign, there’s hope. You can no longer revert back to “Old Facebook” simply by clicking a button in your settings menu, but you can install a Chrome extension that magically transforms the site, restoring the look and feel you previously enjoyed.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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