Sprint is soon to offer a $12-a-month plan that allows subscribers to connect ONLY to Facebook OR Twitter. For an additional $5, subscribers would get unlimited streaming of a music app of their choice.
The Facebook app’s mobile chat option is scheduled to be removed soon. Facebook is sending out reminders to download its alternative Messenger app.
Facebook is now rolling out a new “save” feature, which allows you to bookmark content from your news feed so you can read it later.
Huff Post Historically, Nielsen measured TV ratings through a specific 25,000 television sets. However, the growing use of computers, smartphones and tablets to watch TV shows has caused a growing view that Nielson was not getting a true view of the markets TV habits. Recently, Nielson announced that they are partnering with Facebook to track TV viewing habits of US consumers. According to Facebook, once a user logs into Facebook from a mobile device, Facebook will have the ability to take data from the user about what they are watching on the mobile device. Facebook users can opt out of tracking. Both Nielson and Facebook have…
In this week’s Google Play Weekly we talk about the confirmation of Xposed coming to Android, Leo’s Fortune, Modern Combat 5, and more Android apps news!
It appears that Facebook is now trialing lockscreen notifications that are similar in aspect to the stacked card notification style that Google is previewing in Android L.
If you live in the United States, Slingshot became available to you last week, but it’s only today that the app has launched worldwide.
Facebook has now officially announced its new Snapchat competitor, dubbed Slingshot.
It looks like Facebook is taking a page out of Shazam’s playbook for an upcoming Android update, bringing song/show detection and allowing you to easily share this information with others.
Facebook has set a new company record for lobbying expenditures in the first quarter of 2014, drawing closer to industry leader Google in efforts to influence federal lawmakers on a variety of issues. During the first three months of 2014, Facebook spent a personal best of $2.78 million to pay lobbyists to talk to lawmakers about issues such as privacy, security, online tracking, online advertising, patent litigation reform and immigration reform, a congressional lobbying report filed April 21 shows.