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?
Facebook is testing a $100 charge to push messages to strangers’ inbox, bypassing the “Other” folder for spam and messages from non-contacts.
Yesterday, Facebook sent out invitations to an event that is to be held on January 15, starting at 10pm Pacific time. All we have so far is the tagline “Come and see what we are building.”
Some crafty sleuthing has revealed that Android users access Facebook more than any other operating system. With 192 million monthly active user accounts, Android has a huge lead over it’s nearest competitor iOS with 147 million.
Facebook Messenger rolled out a new update last night, bringing with it the ability to send voice messages to your friends and family.
Many new app developers released their apps in 2012 hoping to get a bigger share of the pie but according to several reports both Google Play and App Store were dominated by older players such as Facebook, Angry Birds and Instagram.
Facebook has launched a new Nearby feature to improve localized recommendations based on context and friend activity.
Rumor has it that Facebook is currently testing its own private chat application, but can we really trust the data collecting giant to run a private messaging service?