Facebook Home but wondering what the privacy aspect of it is looking like? Facebook has published a Q&A-format response to the most common questions that have been asked so far, addressing things like what information Home will gather and what it can see. We've got a full run-down of the privacy information, which you can check out after the jump.
Facebook Phone has finally been unveiled. While we still want to call it the Facebook Phone, it really isn't. Instead it's just the 'first' of many that will be coming soon. Facebook Home will launch on April 12th, and the HTC first with an embedded and unique Facebook Home experience will too. We just got our hands on it, so read on for our initial thoughts and a quick video.
Facebook and HTC have done a relatively good job keeping this a secret for the most part, but now we have all the info. Announced moments ago is what we'll all be calling the HTC first - the first Facebook Phone! The leaks were legit, the phone is real and headed to AT&T, and we have all the details below.
Facebook Phone for Android will be revealed on April 4th. More accurately 'Facebook Home' will be released, and is coming to take over your device. That is what we're expecting to be the star of the show on April 4th at the event. We don't need another fork in the Android OS, and instead Facebook's just going to wrap it in their social network web. Read on for what to expect.
GALAXY S 4 smartphone, the question is where should you get one? This week T-Mobile announced their new strategy moving forward along with their "UNcarrier" plans for mobile users, so we figured a quick AT&T comparison was in order. AT&T's GALAXY S 4 goes up for pre-order in April for $249, while T-Mobile is asking just $99 - so who's cheaper in the long run? Read on to find out.
HTC Nexus One is still one of my favorite devices. Sure, multi-touch was a mess and Eclair was a work in progress, but I loved it. Fast forward a few years and Android has evolved, Samsung is a powerhouse, and HTC is struggling to keep their head above water. The Nexus 4 has arrived from LG, we all know what the GALAXY S 4 is about, and now everyone is focused on Motorola. That being said, I want an HTC Nexus 5.
NVIDIA have just revealed their roadmap for the future today at their annual GPU Technology Conference, and we just got a glimpse at the future of mobile computing and Tegra. We've been hearing a bit lately about Open GL being found in the Nexus 4 drivers, but NVIDIA's apparently confirmed it right here today.