PayPal has a universal-login button of its own. Unlike Facebook's sociable button that insta-logs you into sites, PayPal's button reduces the hassle of filling up forms with online merchants, and of exposing your card/bank, down to 3 clicks and a single credential.
An ingenious creation by Budweiser adds a whole new meaning to call a toast. The company's innovative new "Buddy Cup" makes two people hooking up on Facebook as easy as toasting, so no worries if you're too many cups down and forget to take down numbers.
Well under a hundred bucks, Nokia's new Asha 210 is a colorful keypad-candybar, which comes with popular social media apps, including WhatsApp preinstalled, making it give competition to BlackBerry's entry-level offerings, if you can put up with lack of 3G connectivity.
If you are the person who expresses your feelings with emoticons, this feature will make you happy. Facebook has announced that it begun rolling out new emotion feature on Facebook's status box. Unfortunately, it is only available in the US at the moment.
Since Facebook turned them down, WhatsApp has grown rapidly. Today, it is the biggest instant messaging application for smartphones with a lot of potential. According to an inside source, it seems that Google also noticed that and is currently in the negotiating phase.
Facebook Home isn't the only big announcement to come out of Zuckerberg & Co., which also rolled out the first smartphone to ship with it, simply named HTC First. With a brilliant 4.3-inch 720p screen and 4G LTE, the phone features mid-range hardware, and a sweet price.
For all those who hopped that Facebook could introduce a new smartphone at today's press event, they will be disappointed. However, the company announced a new Home UI that replaces the home screen of your Android device and will be available on April 12.
The big Facebook Android event the social network has planned for later this week, is likely to be when it launches the "HTC First," a smartphone based on Android, with a custom UI by Facebook, and the ability to natively run Facebook apps. It was leaked to the web.
Following the recent introduction of Graph Search and News Feed redesign, Facebook is also working on Timeline redesign. The new Timeline should make it easier to navigate, moving status updates and posts to the right of the page, while apps are now on the left side.
Smartphone in collaboration between AT&T and HTC gets first leaked specifications. The Facebook smartphone will be a mid-range handset powered by a dual-core 1.5 GHz MSM8960 and 1 GB of RAM. The smartphone is expected to launch in the US as early as the spring.