AT&T has just announced that the Facebook-heavy HTC Status will be arriving this coming Sunday, July 17th. The Android 2.3.3-powered (Gingerbread) handset will run $49.99 with a two-year contract and will be
Check your Market now, because Facebook for Android just got an update! It is not necessarily a huge one, but it does improve and bring a couple of features to the mobile app: Improved News Feed, Pages Support, and Video Upload.
Locomo Labs is making quite a name for themselves with a string of recent tablet-optimized apps hitting the Android Market. Following closely on the heels of Newsr (RSS reader) and
”There has been overwhelmingly customer feedback that people want access to open bootloaders on HTC phones. I want you to know that we’ve listened. Today, I’m confirming we will no longer be locking the bootloaders on our devices. Thanks for your passion, support and patience,” Peter Chou, CEO of HTC
Popular Twitter and Facebook client Seesmic released an update into the Android Market yesterday, adding a variety of new options for users. Centered around giving you what you need in
That Gingerbread update that’s rolling out to Nexus S owners right now? Besides adding NFC functionality, it also is removing a feature from Google’s current flagship phone: Facebook contact sync.
Here we go again with the Facebook phone rumors. Except this time, we have some real-deal looking renders. No seriously. It’s going to happen if we wish hard enough.
We’ve all heard the news about some new potential Facebook-branded phones, but are they legit?
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.”
The official Facebook client gets better every time out. This release adds support for their new Deals feature as well as minor bug fixes.
The rumors are back: Facebook will be releasing their own phones. At least according to an article by the U.K.’s City A.M., which was also an early source of Nexus S rumors. Details are still sketchy, but word is the two phones, made by HTC, will run a modified version of Android that will rely heavily on integrated Facebook features like the news feed and messages.
Think twice before you leave a message with that fascinating story about what’s happening to the toenail on your pinky toe: it may end up on Facebook. YouMail (and competitor
Let’s revisit an Android rumor that likes to rear its head every few months, shall we? The “Facebook Phone” that has been both long-rumored and officially denied is back again.
Two highly sought after components that have been missing from the Facebook for Android app have arrived. Chat and push notifications have arrived today, bringing the mobile version that much closer to its web-based counterpart.