Facebook Home

HTC first and Facebook Home hands-on

After months of rumors and speculation, today the first true 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 Home support for future devices detailed – Samsung up next

So you don't want a new smartphone and are happy with your Samsung Galaxy S III or a newly purchased HTC One, how can you try Facebook Home? Well, it will be available in the Google Play Store come April 12th as a free download. There's a few caveats though. It won't support all devices, at least not at first, but Facebook promises monthly updates and support for a wide array of smartphones and tablets coming soon. Read on to find out what devices, and when.

HTC first available for pre-order today: Hits AT&T April 12 for $99

For all you social network butterflies the folks from Facebook came out swinging today. Or at least some might think so. As I'm sure many of you know today Facebook detailed their plan to get social to the core of Android. With Facebook Home taking over our smartphones, chat heads making communication easy, and of course the first device known as the HTC first. If you want one read on to find out how and when.

HTC first revealed: the Facebook Phone lives

We knew it was coming considering the multiple leaks over the past week. 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 Home will be available for download on April 12

Facebook Home is arriving as a launcher and will be available for download from the Google Play Store. The availability will initially be available for smartphones and is expected to arrive for tablets later on. So far, Facebook has said that Home will be available for tablets "within several months" and the initial smartphone launch will bring support for select models.
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