The Facebook Home Android application has crossed the 500,000 mark in roughly one week of existence. As noted by TechCrunch over the weekend, the figure can be construed as having come out flat. There’s a billion Facebook users around the globe and a large portion …
HTC today announced that the first Facebook Home device, the aptly named HTC First, will be available starting from April 12. The HTC First (formerly Myst) features a a 4.3-inch 720p HD display, a dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 4G LTE support, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a …
Facebook today announced that the Facebook Home experience will be available for select Android devices starting from April 12. Right out of the gate, Facebook Home will be supported by the Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2, and HTC One X+. Of course, the two …
There is no Facebook phone. According to the Wall Street Journal, Facebook’s upcoming Android announcement is actually more of a home screen experience and not an actual device. That rumored HTC Myst? It’s just the first device to come from a partner, which, in this …
Despite Mark Zuckerberg’s insistence to the contrary, the Facebook phone looks to be a done deal. According to details obtained by 9to5google, an HTC handset is being designed with a custom version of Android. Reportedly, development is so far along that the ad campaigns are …
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New details hitting Unwired View today line up nearly spec-for-spec on early rumored hardware for the upcoming HTC Myst. Also known as a Facebook phone, this is about as close as we’ll get to another handset dedicated to the social platform. It’s not quite clear …
Facebook has today announced a new version of its Android application and this one is all about speed. We’re talking faster launching, faster notifications, faster image views, and faster access to profiles. The Facebook 2.0 update should be going live later today so keep an …
Available initially in select countries, the move should help Facebook steal away new users.
Facebook today announced that it has begun integrating a Share button on News Feed articles from your Android app. With this update, Facebook for Android makes it easier than ever to share stories, images, and other stuff from your handset. As is the case …
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Dan Rose, head of business development for Facebook stated, “This is really just another example of a manufacturer who has taken our public APIs (application programming interfaces) and integrated them into their device in an interesting way.”
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