Google has been making some positive comments about Facebook Home, these seem strangely odd, first because many users are being quite negative about Facebook Home, and second because you don’t see Google making the same comments about HTC Sense, TouchWiz or Amazon’s UI on the Kindle Fire. So what is Google up to?
To show its support of Android developers, Facebook will be hosting a party for Google I/O attendees on Tuesday, May 14. The event will take place a day ahead the kickoff of Google I/O 2013.
Continuing Facebook’s recent love affair with Android, Facebook updated Facebook Messenger to incorporate stickers.
A new update for iOS Facebook Pages takes some pretty heavy inspiration from Google Now. As well as a UI overall, the update aims to streamline Facebook business pages.
Facebook Home was meant to show both the public and investors that Facebook understood mobile. A week into the experiment, and for now, Facebook Home looks like becoming a failure.
Now that the long-rumored “Facebook Phone,” aka. the HTC First, has been released, it’s time to ask: well, is it actually any good? Read on for the answer.
A week after launch, Facebook Home has hit 500,000 downloads on the Google Play Store. With all the one star ratings we begin to question how many people are still actually using the application.
Malware and spyware are not the only big privacy concerns today. Even search engines, social networks and carriers might be storing and selling our data. How concerned should you be with your mobile privacy?
Good news if you’re in the U.S. and are using Facebook Messenger or Home: the Facebook voice calls feature is rolling out right now to both of the apps.
The Facebook Home Android app will be rolled out outside the U.S. later today, according to Cory Ondrejka, Facebook’s head of mobile engineering.