frictionless sharing meets social TV for all media. Given what Facebook recent announcements about integration with cameras and cars, is full media integration? If you're still unsure, take a hint from this: Earlier this week, Facebook announced frictionless sharing for your TV with Boxee.The world's biggest social network wants to change the way you share TV shows, music and games. Think
Facebook is integrating with DIRECTV for social discovery of programs and movies. You can see what their friends are watching, and then start watching those shows immediately or, just save them for later.
With the IntoNow iPhone app, you can identify the shows your friends are watching by analyzing the audio signal. Then you can share those TV shows with your Facebook friends.
Trident is not a bubblegum app. It's yet another apps for seeing what shows your friends are watching, liking and commenting on.
The U-Verse social TV app integrates directly with the Facebook Platform. You can share what you're watching and what you "like."
Zeebox is a social TV app with a slightly different twist. Instead of just seeing what your friends are watching and liking, you can also post those shows directly to your Facebook Timeline.
The Snapstick app for Facebook Timeline is designed for playing and watching video, listening to music and surfing channels with your friends. Web content is streamed directly to your TV.
With the Xbox app, you can share game achievements with friends, which seems more useful than just dumping them into the crowded Facebook news feed. You can also share shows, music and pictures taken with their Kinect device.
Facebook and Mercedes-Benz announced a new Facebook app that allows drivers to access Facebook friends and restaurants that their friends have "liked." The new feature will be available in the 2012 SL-Class Mercedes this upcoming spring.
With integration of cars, cameras, music, TV and games, will Facebook become your one true login?