Facebook for iPhone Update Badly Needed, Still Missing


At the end of July, we heard that Facebook would be launching an iPhone update that would greatly improve the application. Sadly, July has come and gone without that update and my patience along with it. My Facebook for iPhone experience on my device has gotten progressively worse, pretty much to the point where I […]

Facebook Adds “Save It For Later” To iOS App

Facebook Save It For Later

Facebook is rolling out a new feature to compete with services like Pocket and Instapaper called “save if for later.” According to 9To5Mac, the new feature is now rolling out to some Facebook iOS users. The feature doesn’t require an app update, users just have to wait for Facebook to push it out to them. […]

Facebook’s Zuckerberg Did Not Quite Deny Facebook Phone

Though Facebook has repeatedly denied working on a phone of its own, the social network giant’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg did not quite deny the possibility of a phone that’s more attuned to and integrated with the social network. In the company’s earnings call, Wells Fargo analyst Jason Maynard asked the CEO directly about the Facebook […]

HTC-Made Facebook Phone Coming Mid-2013

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While rumors of a Facebook phone in collaboration with Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer HTC has been circulating for some time now, Bloomberg is reporting that the result of that collaborating will be arriving ‘mid-2013′ on a breaking news Twitter post. There are no additional details about the joint collaboration and neither HTC nor Facebook has commented on […]

New Facebook App Update on Android Allows Use of Front-Facing Cam


Facebook had recently published an update to the Google Play Store for Android users with a number of bug fixes and security improvements. However, the chief feature on the change log is the ability for users to use the front-facing camera. This will allow users to capture self-portraits easily and post it to the social […]

Facebook for iPhone Will Greatly Improve Next Month

The Facebook for iPhone app has its issues.

Facebook will reportedly launch a major update for its Facebook for iPhone app that will address speed issues that users have been having. According to the New York Times blog Bits, Facebook will release a completely rebuilt iPhone application next month that will be all about speed. The application itself, the user interface and the […]

Next Version of iTunes Might Kill Off Ping


Apple’s in-house experiment in social networks might be over in the next release of iTunes. According to All Things D, Apple will shut down Ping in the next major release of iTunes which will likely come out this fall. Ping is still present in iTunes 10.6.3, and still has a place in the iOS 6 […]

iOS 6 Features That Will Make It Tougher to Sell Android

iOS Closes the Gap with Android in Key Areas

Apple announced over 200 new iOS 6 features at WWDC 2012, so it’s not surprising to see that many of the best new iOS 6 features are already available on Android. In fact, some of the more popular features in Apple’s iOS 6 can already be found within Google’s mobile platform. Here is a look […]

Apple iOS 6: New Features for iPhone and iPad

Apple Unveils iOS 6

Today at WWDC 2012, Apple has unveiled iOS 6, its new mobile operating system that will be coming to the iPhone, iPad and the iPod touch. iOS 6 is going to be coming with over 200 features including a big update to the software’s virtual personal assistant, Siri. The virtual assistant, which as been out […]

Facebook for Android Gets a Much Needed Update

Facebook for Android Gets a Much Needed Update

Facebook for Android has received a much needed update that will fix stability issues that users have been having with the popular application. Facebook has rolled out an update, Facebook 1.9.5, which promises to fix an issue that led to the application crashing on users who either logged out or were inactive in the application […]

Facebook Announces Android, iOS App Center Launches


After a leaked screenshot of Facebook’s App Center for iOS had appeared early yesterday, the social network giant announced that the official App Center has indeed launched with over 600 apps available for both Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android mobile platforms. App Center features both mobile and web apps and the company says that the […]

What to Expect at WWDC 2012

What to Expect at WWDC 2012

With Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) set to kick off in just a few days, we wanted to take a look at what Apple may or may not be announcing at WWDC 2012. Last year’s WWDC was vastly different from the conferences in the past as Apple shifted from the event from the […]

Facebook App Center Leaks on iOS

Facebook App Center on iPhone

Facebook’s new App Center is launching in a few days, but some users might already see it in the Facebook iOS app. According to TechCrunch, at least one user already has the App Center available in the Facebook iPhone app. The icon for the feature appears just above the chat option in the left-side menu […]

iOS 6 Rumors Point to Facebook Integration, Live Icons, and More

iOS 6 mockup

Apple’s WWDC is still a week away, which means we have another week of iOS 6 rumors. Today’s list of rumors includes a new color scheme, live icons, and Facebook integration. Today’s list of iOS 6 rumors comes from BGR. Not all the items on the list have very many details, but many of the […]

Facebook Integration with iOS 6 Nearly a Done Deal

iOS 6 logo

If Facebook and Apple had a Facebook status it would be “it’s complicated” but it looks like we might finally see Facebook integration with iOS 6 when the new version of the iPhone and iPad software is announced at WWDC 2012 in a few weeks. Read: 11 Features I Want in iOS 6 Apple CEO […]

ESPN Chooses Money Over Users with Mobile Apps

ESPN Chooses Money Over Users with Mobile Apps

Earlier today, Gawker reported on an extremely shady move by ESPN as far as its ESPN Radio app is concerned. ESPN will be introducing a new and improved ESPN Radio application for $4.99. However, it will be closing up shop on its aging ESPN Radio app that it launched back in 2009. That wouldn’t be […]

Apple Has to Be Social, CEO Tim Cook Hints at Deeper Facebook Integration


At the All Things D conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed some hints about Apple’s plans for social network integration by touching on topics such as the company’s internally developed social music sharing Ping network, the possibility of deeper Facebook integration, and highlighting that though Apple does not need to build its own network it does […]