Amazon is seemingly not happy to be just one of the main, if not the most important, online retailer, and the company is ready to challenge existing top companies in various niches with more products of its own.
Earlier today we reported that Facebook for Android had received a major update. It wasn't just about new features, Facebook had rewritten the program as a native app. Now it seems that Facebook has some good news for developers as well. Facebook SDK 3.0 has finally come out of beta.
Facebook releases native Android app to the Google Play Store
A few weeks ago we told you that Facebook started advising its employees via an interestingly named campaign – Droidfooding – to switch from iPhone to Android, in order to better understand what the Android app needs to provide users an even better experience.
2012’s most searched, discussed and tweeted gadgets: iPad 3, Galaxy S3, iPhone 5
If it’s one thing we all love about the end of a year – besides the holidays and the special sales – that’s definitely the “year in review” charts and rankings everybody’s so caught up with in December.
Twitter adds photo filters to Android app after Instagram split
Starting today, you no longer need a Facebook account to use Facebook Messenger.
Yes, you read that right. With this unexpected move they are now entering the hotly contested arena of SMS replacement apps. All you need to start is a name and phone number, and you can communicate with anyone in your contact list.
Facebook rolling out Photo Sync feature for Android devices
Facebook is jumping on the cloud storage bandwagon with Photo Sync, a feature that does precisely what the name says – it uploads the pictures you take on your Android or iPhone device to Facebook servers and puts them into a private album marked Synced from Phone.
Apple’s 2012 profit crushed the combined profits of Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Yahoo, Amazon and Ebay
There’s a lot of Apple hate going on in the comments section of our website (sometimes justified, sometimes not as much), but if there’s one thing fanboys, Android enthusiasts and neutral tech lovers can’t deny is Cupertino’s ability of turning everything it touches into gold.