Want to try Facebook Home but it’s throwing incompatible errors? This guide may be able to help you get Facebook Home installed on your device!
Everyone has been waiting since the announcement and now it’s here. Facebook Home is now available for download. Check out our full review here.
The Chat Heads Facebook Home messaging feature is now available to Android users via the updated Facebook Messenger app.
The HTC First not only represents the first pre-installed Facebook Home phone experience, AT&T is also targeting it as their flagship handset this spring.
Yesterday, we pondered the ins and outs of the ‘apperating’ system. We concluded that the concept has an awesome upside, and that it could give Android a fresh look, but security issues could be the downfall. While we were positive it would breathe new life into the platform, we didn’t see it happening this quickly.
What we find interesting in Facebook Home is not what it gives us in terms of content, but how it’s delivered to us. In this new realm, we have a fresh idea in operating systems. More importantly, we have a better concept for keeping the operating system, but using an updated look for it.
A WhatsApp exec told a publication that the company isn’t selling to Google, thus denying recent reports that suggested the Search giant would be paying around $1 billion for the popular messaging app.
What might change in the smartphone ecosystem now that Facebook has targeted Google’s ecosystem with Home on Android? Potential trajectories inside!
The Facebook Home APKs that were leaked this morning have been disabled by Facebook. Users report a blank screen that only displays their profile picture.
Although not scheduled for release until April 12th, a leaked pre-release version of Facebook Home has surfaced.