It was reported earlier this week that Facebook may be secretly working on a phone with an Android backbone. At the time, we were looking at a they-said/we-said argument with TechCrunch implying it’s already in the works while Facebook was throwing cold water on the subject. Given all the details early in the week, most of you didn’t expect to see an actual Facebook phone come to light. In fact, based on some of your comments, some of you could care less about the subject. Read on to see if your opinion changes…
Depending on who you believe, Facebook either is or isn’t working on a phone of their own. TechCrunch is reporting that Facebook is creating the software platform which will be integrated into hardware that is being designed by a third party. Further, TC dropped a …
Salesforce.com is rolling out a mobile version of their relatively new Chatter service. Acting very much like an Facebook for companies, it has become wildly successful, adopted by roughly one in four customers. The tool is free to current Saleforce.com clients and runs $15 per month, per user if purchased separately.
My new favorite Twitter app is my6sense. It’s also my new favorite Facebook app. And my new favorite Google Reader app, and my new favorite Google Buzz app. My6sense pulls content from all those streams together, along with other content on topics you choose, and, …
Last night Facebook announced its new service titled “Places”, which lets U.S. users share their current location with friends. Unfortunately, at the time of the announcement, the functionality was only available on the iPhone application (and still is). Despite this limitation, U.S. Android users with HTML5 …
Vonage has just introduced a new Android app that allows users to call their Facebook friends using VOIP for free (it is also available for iOS). The free app does not require a Vonage subscription, but does require both parties to have the Vonage Mobile …
Facebook for Android just got a big upgrade in Version 1.3. By first glance, you’ll immediately notice the difference in the user interface, with a photo reel at the bottom that lets you quickly flip through friends’ recent photos and videos. Pretty neat. Oh, and …
It appears that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has taken to Android for his mobile needs. After publicly dissing the iPhone 3GS with a wall posting, Mark threatened to switch to Android due to battery issues. Looking at another recent wall posting, we can see that …
Bloo developer Dimitris Couchell recently announced he is making his popular Facebook application open source. Couchell cites lack of time as the main reason for making the source code available and who can blame him. He recently started working for Logitech helping to develop their …
Has ex-Googler Erick Tseng already started making an impact with his new employer? Facebook has unleashed a beta version of their Facebook SDK for Android which was privately demonstrated at last week’s Google I/O conference. The company plans to provide not only the SDK but …
Senior Product Manager (Android), Erick Tseng, has left Google behind as he heads off to a company you may have heard of – Facebook. While neither company has come out to say anything official, it’s widely assumed that he’ll be working on their Android application. …
You knew it was going to happen eventually… AndroidGuys has opened up a fan page on Facebook. Head on over to the AndroidGuys Facebook page and start following us. You’ll find exclusive offers, contests, and announcements that will only be available to our Facebook fans. …
Motorola has started to roll-out the Android 2.1 update for the Milestone. They have posted this shot on their Facebook page with the following message: So the Hong Kong version is available, but as ever we would recommend you waiting your specific country/operator version update …
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