The “Feed” feature gives users the ability to browse through the latest photos of people they follow.
What’s the most preposterous, absurd yet fascinating legend you have ever heard of? The legend of Atlantis? The Loch Ness Monster? Unicorns? Bigfoot? How about the “Facebook Phone”?
Facebook is watching you. That is, if the rumored tracking app turns out to be true. Facebook’s latest rumored app aims to help users find nearby friends, as well as assist Facebook with location specific advertisements.
Facebook turns a corner, has more mobile visitors than desktop visitors and why that’s causing them to fail
Facebook has hit a milestone as more people are visiting the site via mobile than their desktop or laptop.
Google+ is now the 2nd top social network after Facebook, with 343M active users. With tight Google service integration attracting more users, how soon until G+ reaches #1?
Facebook has really been stepping up its mobile game lately by adding more and more features geared specifically to mobile users. This is undoubtedly in response to the pressure from Wall Street after going public last year.
Facebook aims to keep those “likes” coming by rolling out the latest update to its Android app, bringing faster photo loading, more sharing options, and the ability to send voice messages.
Facebook Messenger now features free voice calls. Is this the Facebook Phone we’ve been looking for?
Facebook Messenger now offers free mobile calling within the U.S. Is this the Facebook Phone we were looking for?
Facebook scheduled a special media event for January 15, further fueling speculation that it will finally unveil its first piece of hardware, the Facebook smartphone that so many rumors were talking about in the not-so-distant past.
Facebook is running a media event this Tuesday, January 15th. Could it be all about the rumored Facebook phone, or something else altogether?