According to the Facebook for developers status page, the status of the outage is "ongoing".
Some users can access their News Feed, but are having issues posting updates and sharing on the network.
PC market declines further
Gartner and IDC analysts have pointed to a variety of factors of this past quarter's decline, including component shortages. Dell , which had the slightest decline (0.4 percent), shipped 10.15 million to come in at third on the list.
"We're aware that some people are presently having trouble accessing Facebook and Instagram".
A total blackout indicates that the site either isn't able to load or users aren't able to sign into their Facebook accounts.
Cleveland Browns Name Kevin Hogan Starting QB
He completed five of 11 passes for 118 yards and a touchdown against the Ravens while Kizer recovered from a migraine. His numbers: 81-of-159 (50.9 percent), three touchdowns, nine interceptions and 12 sacks.
Users on both desktops and mobile devices are complaining about the issues, turning to Twitter to vent their frustrations because, well, why not?
World's biggest social networking website Facebook is down.
Cabinet approves revised pay scale for university teachers
For the state government-funded institutions, the revised pay scales will require adoption by the respective state governments. In money terms, teachers can expect their salary to go up by anything between Rs 10,000 to Rs 50,000.
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