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4/15/2016: Facebook Live is the next big thing in media — after the last big thing (and the thing before that)

Facebook has provided some light at the end of that dark tunnel. Media executives who spoke to us on background said their own interactions with Facebook had indicated that Live would indeed have a payoff.

11/16/2015: Turkey warned France twice about Paris attacker, senior official says

Turkish investigators warned French officials on two separate occasions about Omer Ismail Mostefai, the first gunman identified in the Paris attacks, but never heard back from France, a senior Turkish official confirmed to Mashable Monday.

10/14/2015: Facebook is working on its own real-time news notification app

Facebook is preparing to launch its own real-time news notification app in a bid to lure people away from Twitter.

A source familiar with the matter confirmed to Mashable that the app is indeed in development, although a specific launch date has not been revealed.

Rumors surrounding the app surfaced earlier this week on The Awl, which stated the app would be called Notify. The report also showed screenshots of the app on what appears to be iOS.

3/31/15: Anonymous messaging app Yik Yak is testing a photo feature

Yik Yak, the anonymous messaging app, is testing a new feature that would let users share photos, Mashable has learned.

Yik Yak is in the early stages of testing the feature on some college campuses for limited periods of time, sometimes as brief as several hours, in order to get feedback from users, according to sources familiar with the matter. Yik Yak confirmed the development to Mashable.

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