2013 was a great year for applications. New standards were created and things will never be the same. Here are the Android apps that helped shape the year.
Facebook Home was a total bomb when it was released, but the dev team has been working to make it better. In the latest update, Facebook Home adds folders.
AT&T has sold off its remaining HTC First handsets, bringing an end to the Facebook Home smartphone experiment. But could a similar device reappear at some point in the future?
If you’re wondering why anyone would turn down what amounts to work, you’re right to do so. Then again, it makes sense when considering HTC and their First, which was the first Facebook Home phone.
According to sources quoted by Korean media, Facebook is hoping for a closer partnership with Samsung, and, possibly, a Samsung-made Facebook phone. But is Samsung willing to help?
Facebook for Android and Facebook Home have both received updates that bring some useful improvements.
Facebook has decided to hold off the launch of the HTC first in the UK due to poor customer feedback in the US, instead opting to revamp the software.
It appears that, under the surface, HTC has been struggling with discontent employees for quite a while. In the past three months or so, HTC has lost of number of key employees to some of its competitors. After months of frustration, some of the company’s internal problems are being aired publicly. We discuss what’s wrong, and how to fix it.
After only a month on the market, AT&T has now announced that the HTC First is jumping down in price to just $.99 with two-year agreement. The outright price is also dropping to $350.
Now, if HALO looks like Facebook Home to you, that’s because it is meant to. Paranoid Android makes no bones about that. They have no problem at all telling us where their inspiration came from, but that’s about where it ends.
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