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ICC announces ground- breaking partnership with Facebook

MUMBAI: The International Cricket Council today announced a ground-breaking partnership with Facebook which will become the exclusive digital content rights partner for ICC global events in the Indian sub-continent and will also carry post match recaps throughout the rest of the world through to...

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SEMrush to kick-off the Biggest Business Show in India

SEMrush a leading online visibility management platform will host the biggest business event in India which is to be held on 5th December 2019 in Bangalore at Sheraton Grande Whitefield Hotel & Convention Center.

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Facebook's New Ads Bundle Signals Growing Importance of Interactivity in Online Advertising

Facebook is rolling out a suite of new interactive ad solutions today including Poll ads, Augmented Reality (AR) ads, Instagram poll stickers for Stories ads, and Brand Playables. The new Ad solutions released today are built on people’s natural desire to interact, engage, and touch. Interactive...

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Facebook and Instagram roll out music products in India

MUMBAI: Facebook announced new ways for people in India to express themselves through music on Facebook and Instagram, with music stickers on Stories and other creative tools such as Lyrics on Instagram, Lip Sync Live, and the ability to add songs to their Facebook Profiles.

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WhatsApp offers to track 'dubious' individuals for Indian govt

MUMBAI: Facebook vice president of global affairs and communications Nick Clegg met home minister Amit Shah, national security adviser Ajit Doval, IT and communications minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and commerce minister Piyush Goyal regarding the dispute over traceability of messages in WhatApp....

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