Does anyone remember Facebook Home? The software Facebook worked on for Android devices which allowed people to have quicker access to Facebook features? Anyone? Well, if you haven’t heard of it, you won’t be going forward as Facebook has let go of the original engineers of Facebook Home.
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.
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 HTC First has launched as an exclusive on AT&T today for $99 on a new two-year contract with the mobile operator. Are you excited?
If you’ve been keeping up with our Friday debate and some of our other recent opinion pieces, you already know what we think about Facebook Home, one of Zuckerberg’s first attempts at taking over the mobile world.
The HTC First will be launching in the United Kingdom exclusively on the nation’s first 4G LTE carrier, EE, sometime during the summer.
Are you excited for Facebook’s announcement tomorrow? To wet your appetite, a reported image of the HTC Myst/First in three varying colors have been posted online.
A purported image of the upcoming HTC Facebook phone – dubbed as “HTC first” – has hit the web a couple of days before the special Facebook Android event.
Facebook Home is said to be the name of the Android OS version Facebook will use for its Facebook phone.
Facebook wants to replace the conventional Android homescreen with its own application. HTC will deliver the first phone with the new app, but other manufacturers are in the pipeline.