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  • Facebook wants your health data
  • Facebook wants your health data
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Facebook wants your health data

80% of internet users have searched for health information online because it's more convenient and discreet than paying the doctor a visit. But who would go on Facebook to research that unusual rash? This is exactly what the social network wants you to do in the future.



  • Facebook tests a 'super-privacy' app Facebook tests a 'super-privacy' app

    After revelations concerning unsolicited emotional experiments being carried our on unsuspecting members, Facebook has been trying to regain the trust of its audience. It's created Moments - an app focused on super-private sharing of photos, updates and videos.

  • Facebook tests an ephemeral feature Facebook tests an ephemeral feature

    The ephemeral social network Snapchat is now more popular than Twitter among Millennials, the group that Facebook lost a large portion of in 2014. In an attempt to win them back, and move with the times, Facebook are reportedly trialing disappearing self-destructing posts.

  • Fitness fanatics drive health app market Fitness fanatics drive health app market

    With people now taking a proactive approach to their health, rather than a reactive one, a new report from Flurry Analytics shows that health and fitness apps are growing at a faster rate than the overall app market, and predicts an expansion in the wearable tech market too.

  • Diagnosing moles via iPhone Diagnosing moles via iPhone

    In light of the dermatologist shortage, iPhone apps like Skin Scan and SpotCheck analyse user-uploaded photos of moles, recommending a visit to the doctor if they appear suspect. Overloaded by internet information, people are searching for expert advice.