Symantec’s Norton Mobile Security found that Facebook’s Android app has been logging user phone numbers and storing them on Facebook servers.
These new Facebook Home ads are odd – so odd they may actually turn off Facebook users.
The winners and losers from the launch of Facebook Home.
The smartphone maker’s decline is worrisome for companies that rely on it to build hardware around their software.
Facebook Home doesn’t post much of a threat to the iPhone quite yet, but its innovative presentation should serve as inspiration to Apple design guru Jony Ive.
Facebooked announced “Home” today, its new application interface for Android. And hey, they released their own smartphone too, the HTC First.
The long strange trip from Zuckerberg’s emphatic “We’re not going to build a phone” to Thursday’s expected announcement of the first Facebook phone. Or is it really the
Facebook’s new “home on Android” is starting to look like a new user experience that sits on top of Android.
Any way your prognosticate it, a Facebook Phone lacks a distinct value proposition to consumers. That will leave HTC in a bind trying to sell the so-called device.
We probably check our Facebook pages far too frequently already. So who really needs a Facebook-dedicated device?
Facebook has big plans for something involving Android on April 4, according to an invitation to an April 4 press conference. “Come see our new home on Android,” it reads — whatever that means.
That long rumored Facebook phone? Ain’t gonna happen.
Last September, during the f8 Developers’ Conference, Facebook CTO Bret Taylor said that the company had no plans for a “central app repository” – an app store. Today, Facebook is changing its tune. The social giant has announced App Center, a section of Facebook dedicated to discovering and deploying high-quality apps on the company’s…