The oft-rumored Facebook smartphone, the HTC Myst, is trying to get back on everyone’s radar. This time, the phone has been spotted paying the FCC a visit.
A new Facebook update has now hit the Google Play Store, bringing with it the ability to change profile pictures from within the app. Additionally, it is now easier to manage unwanted stories and spam from within the News Feed.
Facebook is currently testing hashtags and will look to add them at some point in the future, according to sources cited in a recent WSJ report.
Some rumors just refuse to die, and in the case of the Facebook phone, the HTC-built device is about to come and hit naysayers and doubters in the face.
Look who’s getting a makeover. It has been a while since the last major news feed redesign for Facebook, but the day has finally come. Although Facebook’s look is ‘different’, you probably will find it more than a little familiar.
Facebook, in an effort to bring its Messenger Android app up to speed with its iOS app, has added free VoIP support to the app for Canadian Android device owners.
Twitter, Facebook, Microsoft. Three major tech companies, all hacked in the past few weeks… but they’re not alone. Who is responsible? Why did they do it? We may never learn the answer to those questions, but it leads us to wonder if our dear Google is susceptible to attack.
This year’s MWC might have brought a pitiful number of exciting new devices, but at least the Global Mobile Awards should put some smiles on the faces of Android aficionados.
MWC 2013: Facebook to offer free Messenger for Android, iOS and feature phones through 18 carriers around the world
Facebook is offering free or discounted access to its Messenger App in partnership with 18 carriers around the globe. Will this lead to a further decline in SMS usage?
No matter which device you have, chances are you have a few games you play pretty regularly to kill some time. We’ve been wondering, though: with all those studios closing or on the verge of disaster, is Android gaming in good shape?