Unearthing the Euro 2016-inspired Facebook football game is pleasingly painless, too. Click on the soccer emoji you've sent and a keepy-uppy game will emerge before your eyes.If you've ensured you're running the latest iteration of Messenger, all you have to do is unearth the football emoji and send it to a mate. Now all you've got to do is tap on the ball to keep it off the ground.
So expect a load more once developers catch a whiff of success, with Facebook claiming up to 50 different playthings to be available in the launch window. It's time to head for the emojis rather than the menu screen.
If your attempts at casual chat are turning into a bit of an own goal, Facebook's hidden football game could help lift the mood, assuming your friend's up for a quick kickabout.
Facebook’s ubiquity means that all sorts of sites and applications allow you to log in using your FB credentials.
While this is convenient, you shouldn’t trust every app that comes around, because many of them are rogue when you authorize it.
We've been doing some super sleuthing to hunt out all of them down – and how you can get them.
As you can tell from the brand names involved, these aren't all made by Facebook, either – there's a load of new developers getting involved including Zynga (Words With Friends), Taito (Space Invaders, Cooking Mama), Namco (Pac-Man), Miniclip (8-Ball Pool), Warner Bros (Batman), Blackstorm (Ever Wing) and more.
Facebook and Skype teamed up to bring you video calling, but at the same time, scammers are teaming up to trick you into spamming all your Facebook friends, using the lure of the new video calling feature. There's a legitimate way to sign up for Facebook Video Calling, where you're asked to download a program from the official Facebook Video Calling page, and then the chat window asks you to configure a few Flash settings. While the service is working for some lucky users, as you can see, when I tried it a few minutes ago, it wasn't working yet for me, notifying me that "video calling will be available soon, please check back later." If you do click on that bogus message, it asks for access to your basic information, wants to post to your wall, to access your posts in your newsfeed and access your data at any time. It doesn't let you video chat at all, but simply tries to get you to fill out surveys so its evil creators can collect referral fees.
The ‘Torchwood’ actor was chatting to fans from a hot tub in Palm Springs, when his discussion about the weather was interrupted by unexpected sight of Scott, emerging fully naked behind him, with his penis exposed, just two minutes into the stream.
According to the victim, Echas obtained her photos from a group chat in which he is also a member.
The suspect is facing charges of grave coercion, and violation of the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 and Anti-Photo and Video Voyeurism Act of 2009.
The men believe the group chats are a safer option for sharing images than a private Facebook group, because it is much more difficult to report private group chats to Facebook.