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Facebook share price: tech giant to invest in European digital training hubs

Facebook share price: tech giant to invest in European digital training hubs

As well as opening three digital community hubs in Spain, Poland and Italy , Facebook will also work with a business called Freeformers to offer digital training to 300,000 people across Europe. "Since 2011, we've invested more than $1 billion to support small businesses around the world", Quilty added. The programme is already live in the United Kingdom and Italy, and will be rolled out to Ireland, Spain and Sweden in 2018.


SnapChat partners with its biggest rival Facebook

SnapChat partners with its biggest rival Facebook

For the first time ever Snapchat is allowing content posted within its app to be shared to other social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter; a move that could help it broaden its userbase. Only a small number of people can now use Official Stories , including Rhianna and Hilary Clinton, and they will be visible outside Snapchat for 24 hours after you post them.


A Fb engineer invented a brand new unit of time

A Fb engineer invented a brand new unit of time

Making it larger than a nanosecond, but is more capable of representing the amount of time a single frame takes up. 60 FPS for video games is 11,760,000 flicks . One flick is equal to exactly one 705,600,000th of a second, and you probably won't use it unless you work with visual or audio effects. Though we already have milliseconds, microseconds, and even nanoseconds, it appears none of this meets Facebook's requirements.



Apple schedules HomePod for February 9, delays stereo and multi-room features

Like other smart speakers on the market, Apple's HomePod will always be listening to allow users to activate the device at anytime. As well as being able to pre-order it via Apple's website , United Kingdom retail partners include Argos, Dixons Carphone (Currys PC World), John Lewis, Shop Direct (Very and Littlewoods), and EE.


Integral Announces The World's First 512GB microSD Card

Integral Announces The World's First 512GB microSD Card

And with the large capacity of the card, users won't have to worry about having enough space on their handset to save a large library of photographs. The previous record holder was SanDisk's 400GB microSD card that launched past year. Integral's 512GB card has the necessary 10MB/s write speeds to support Full HD video on smartphones and other devices. If you've always been wanting to get a huge capacity microSD card, you may be intrigued with the world's first 512GB microSD card.