A new viral post on Facebook is sharing that they are going to start charging $4.99 a month to use the social media site. This is being shared all over the social media site and everyone is starting to believe it. So is it true? Snopes has been able to find out the truth about this
If you’ve rushed to Google to determine if Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, or Facebook messenger are down, look no further. All of these social media platforms have crashed causing their users to scramble. As what typically happens any time Facebook and Instagram crash, users take to Twitter to discuss the social media apps crashing. From there,
Topics including the question of whether Facebook and Instagram are down have begun to trend on Twitter. Wondering why Facebook and Instagram are trending on Twitter? Well, it’s because both social media platforms started to glitch and time out about 40 minutes ago. Now, we can report the platforms (nor the apps) are down completely.
Twitter permanently banned President Donald Trump. The social media giant made the announcement on Friday, January 8. This comes amid the calls from politicians and users to suspend Trump’s Twitter account. Social media company finally suspends President Donald Trump from its platform On Friday evening, the company released a statement. Previously, the social media company
Washington D.C. was an ugly sight yesterday as protestors from the “Stop the Steal” March made their way to the U.S. Capitol building to protest the Electoral College vote. Protestors reached the Capitol building while Congress was in session. The protestors crossed police barricades to mount the steps of the building and some individuals gained
FarmVille has created a lot of good memories for many Facebook users. Unfortunately, the farming simulation game is leaving Facebook by the end of 2020. The sad news comes after the social media company revealed that they’re going to stop supporting games that run on Adobe’s Flash Player. Apparently, Adobe announced that they’re going to end
Facebook often comes under fire from President Trump for censoring content. But, in a rare move, 46 states joined a call that might result in the forced sale of WhatsApp and Instagram. Following the announcement, Facebook shares fell on November 10. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and states view their acquisition of WhatsApp and Instagram