Facebook to push new code twice a day on web, update Android every 4-6 weeks

Facebook to push new code twice a day on web, update Android every 4-6 weeks

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As a company, Facebook goes by the saying, “Move fast and break things.” Now it’s planning to move even faster with new code pushes for Facebook.com twice a day and Android app updates every four to six weeks. The social network previously pushed changes to the site once a day,...
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