Facebook for Android has seen a few updates this week in case you've missed them. While I wouldn't go as far as to call them progress -- they are making changes. Some for the better, and some for the worse. As if Facebook didn't
Facebook is back in the news today for throwing around large sums of money. After buying Instagram for a whopping 1 billion dollars today we've learned they also snatched up a mobile app company called TagTile. In case you aren't
In case you don't want to use the often buggy and slow Facebook app for Android, they've also released another app called Facebook Messenger. While it received big attention when first released I've not seen much since then, but
Latest rumors have Facebook set to tap into another market for revenue -- as if they didn't have enough money already. According to the Financial Times and Reuters Facebook will be adding in-line ads to our mobile devices,
In case you haven't been following the latest Facebook news they've just gone public. Recently signing their Initial Public Offering, authorized by Ernst & Young LLP as having shares of its common stock available to the world.
The new Facebook application for Android has the same features but a completely revamped UI. If you've ever used Facebook for iOS, then you may find it nearly identical. They completely did away with the home screen from the