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Essential VP: “We’ve always thought of building something premium”

by Florence Ion 18 hours ago0 comments

OnePlus 5T, Samsung Galaxy S8, or LG G6? [Poll of the Week]

by Jimmy Westenberg 17 hours ago0 comments

Fitbit Flyer review

by Jimmy Westenberg 20 hours ago0 comments

Flagship? Mid-range? Budget? Find the best phone for you

by Robert Triggs 3 days ago0 comments
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Facebook Home suffers poor reviews in Play Store

Facebook Home launched yesterday on Google Play, and reviews have been discouraging. Out of just under 2300 reviews, over 1000 users gave it one star.
by Mike StengerApril 13, 201323

This Facebook Home ad starring Mark Zuckerberg and a screaming goat is hilarious

A new commercial for Facebook Home, starring Mark Zuckerberg himself, has been released, and it’s quite funny.
by Bogdan PetrovanApril 13, 201315

How to get Facebook Home working on your Nexus 4 (and other devices)(Updated, no-root method found)

Want to try Facebook Home but it's throwing incompatible errors? This guide may be able to help you get Facebook Home installed on your device!
by Joe HindyApril 12, 201313

The Facebook Home App Review

Everyone has been waiting since the announcement and now it's here. Facebook Home is now available for download. Check out our full review here.
by Joe HindyApril 12, 201310
 
 

Chat Heads comes to Facebook Android Messenger app via update

The Chat Heads Facebook Home messaging feature is now available to Android users via the updated Facebook Messenger app.
by Chris SmithApril 12, 20133

HTC First will launch as AT&T flagship this spring

The HTC First not only represents the first pre-installed Facebook Home phone experience, AT&T is also targeting it as their flagship handset this spring.
by Andrew GrushApril 11, 2013

‘Facebook Home’ themed lockscreen

Yesterday, we pondered the ins and outs of the ‘apperating’ system. We concluded that the concept has an awesome upside, and that it could give Android a fresh look, but security issues ...
by Nate SwannerApril 10, 2013

Is the ‘apperating’ system our future?

What we find interesting in Facebook Home is not what it gives us in terms of content, but how it’s delivered to us. In this new realm, we have a fresh idea in operating systems. More ...
by Nate SwannerApril 9, 20133

Chat service WhatsApp denies rumors of Google acquisition

A WhatsApp exec told a publication that the company isn't selling to Google, thus denying recent reports that suggested the Search giant would be paying around $1 billion for the ...
by Chris SmithApril 9, 20137

Why Facebook Home is a home run for Android

What might change in the smartphone ecosystem now that Facebook has targeted Google's ecosystem with Home on Android? Potential trajectories inside!
by Mike AndriciApril 9, 201311
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