Facebook Testing New Feature That Helps Ease Awkward BreakupsThe technology allow you and your ex to stay friends, but you will not see their posts.
Paris Attack Highlights Tech Companies And Their Roles During Disaster ReliefTech companies launched into disaster response mode following the Paris attacks which claimed the lives of 132 people.
Study: Does Quitting Facebook Lead To A Happier Life?Researchers say the group who did not use Facebook reported a significantly higher level of life satisfaction, and said they felt happier and less sad and lonely.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | November 10Chris discusses the resignation of the President of the University of Missouri amid student protests, a controversial Christmas display at the King of Prussia Mall, and Jeb Bush's plan to attack Marco Rubio. He talked to the Lt. Governor of Missouri, Peter Kinder, at 7:20 about the upheaval at the University and author David Limbaugh at 8:20 about his new book, the Emmaus Code.
New App From Facebook Alerts Users To Breaking NewsIt works by having users sign up for notifications from individual news outlets, like CBS, CNN, The Washington Post, without having to install other apps.
Facebook Rolls Out 'Instant Articles' To iPhone UsersFacebook has rolled out an expansion of its "Instant Articles" project which offers faster-loading pages to media companies who agree to publish directly to the social network.
New Facebook Feature Could Make Them Online Shopping DestinationFacebook has been testing ways to get people to buy stuff on its platform.
Beyond 'Like:' 5 Ways You Might Soon Emote On FacebookYou won't see the new emoji right away unless you live in Ireland or Spain, the two locations the Menlo Park, California-based social network chose to begin testing them on Friday.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | October 1Chris discussed the arrival of Hurricane Joaquin, Congressman Kevin McCarthy claiming the Benghazi investigation has hurt Hillary Clinton's poll numbers, and a proposal for a traffic free day in Philadelphia. He talked with South Carolina Senator and presidential candidate Lindsey Graham at 8:00, and Roy Bension, the CEO of the House of Blues about the opening of the Fillmore at 8:20.
Facebook Testing Profile Videos As Alternative To Profile PicturesThe company announced it's testing a new feature called "profile videos," that operate in place of the traditional "profile photo."
How To Start Your Own Travel BlogFive helpful tips to help you get started on creating your own travel blog
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | September 29Chris reviewed President Obama's speech at the United Nations, the unveiling of Donald Trump's tax plan, and Mayor Michael Nutter's final analysis of the Papal visit. He talked with foreign policy analyst Ed Turzanski on Obama's UN speech at 7:20.