Facebook now allows comment editing. (A very nice new feature.) The edit option appears in the form of a small pencil icon on the right side of your comment. Clicking on the pencil will bring up a drop-down menu with the option to edit your comment as well as the option to delete it entirely. (A great new option! How many times have you posted and then wished you could quickly delete the post?)
Learning the wireless jargon can be overwhelming. Here is a glossary of terms that may help: http://www.ctia.org/consumer_info/service/index.cfm/AID/10320
If you have pages appearing in your news feed that you no longer desire to see, you have the option to Unlike the page.
Here is how to Unlike a page: Simply click through to any given page appearing in your newsfeed, then scroll down to the very bottom of the left-hand column. You’ll see a tiny, nondescript Unlike link. Click it and you will no longer “Like” this page and it will disappear from your newsfeed.
According to TechCrunch, Facebook will spend around $100 million on the purchase. With Facebook’s pending Instagram acquisition and the launch of its own Facebook Camera app, it appears that Facebook is turning a lot more attention to mobile photo-sharing.
On Monday, Microsoft shocked the tech world by announcing a pair of Windows 8 tablets, both dubbed Microsoft Surface. But it wasn’t just the press event’s mysterious nature that made the news so stunning.
For the first time, Microsoft will make its own Windows PCs. The company will be in direct competition with hardware partners such as HP and Dell, and judging from early reactions, Microsoft is in a good position to win. The potential effects of Surface on the PC market can’t be understated. Click here to read remainder of article.