According to Recode, Facebook confirmed that the "breaking news" tag was for a future test, but declined to share more details.
Facebook to begin testing its news subscription feature, publisher's logo to be present in news articles
According to Zuckerberg, the update came into the picture with the consent of various publishers who wished to add this feature in Facebook.
Currently 'Breaking News' update is available on both Android and iOS. It is yet to be rolled out completely and seems to be rolling out in batches.
Facebook to charge a subscription fee on Instant Articles but will not take a cut on revenue generated
The social networking website, Facebook, has decided to build a paywall which will come up after the reader would have read ten articles.
While the publisher exodus on Instant Articles may be a reason for alarm, the fact that Facebook's media juggernaut is halting anytime soon is a myth.
Starting March 12, Facebook will be opening up the Instant Articles program to all publishers around the world. This move also falls in line with the company's upcoming F8 Conference wherein Facebook might unveil some new products or announcements as well.
Six months after official launch, Facebook has now rolled out Instant Articles in India. The company has partnered with publications such as India Today, The Quint, Aaj Tak, Hindustan Times and The Indian Express.
Popular search engine Google and micro-blogging site Twitter have reportedly teamed up to provide media houses and publishers a better and quicker platform to display their stories on smartphones without delays, media reported on Friday.
Facebook will soon make its Instant Articles programme live, with publishers like NBC News and the New York Times already in the fray.
Facebook Inc tied up with nine news publishers to launch "Instant Articles" that will let them publish articles directly to the social network's mobile news feeds.
Social networking site Facebook is considering to offer publishers, all the revenue from certain advertisements, in an attempt to persuade them to share content through the website.