Facebook has been getting some good Karma as of late because they've been rocking out. first with the purchase of Instagram, then they snatched up rival service Lightbox to get into the photography aspects even more. Now they've also acquired the social gifting service Karma -- and you can't forget about the Facebook IPO and stocks going crazy.
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cram as many as it could into its own app. (Que Xzibit meme photos now.) The social networking giant is planning a major update both its web platform and its Android and iOS apps to put other apps that feature Facebook integration on display.
Google+ application with tons of new features. Mainly stating "massive performance improvements across the app".
Android Market sometime today according to the official Facebook Blog. They are calling it a faster Facebook for Android and it has tons of new features, improvements to the UI, faster performance, and that all important support for ICS (since the menu button has been missing for Nexi users). Check out these renders on the Galaxy Nexus and the full details below.
posted a few details on a new extra feature for Google+ hangout users. Starting today using Hangout with extras users will be able to make phone calls and dial out right from within the Hangout session. Not only that but this awesome new feature will allow conference calling and more all from Google+.
official Google blog announced the addition of Pages, bringing Google+ even more in line with Facebook by offering brands, sites and, well, anything a way to make a centralized landing zone for all Google+ interactions. The feature is live already, but not everyone can create new pages at the moment.
just announced Games for Google+ and already the first to tip the chart is the all mighty Angry Birds. This is one of the next big steps for Google to integrate another level of socialization into Google+ to better compete with the likes of Facebook. From Angry Birds, Decks of Cards, Diamand Dash and more. These will all be available soon for Google+.
denied an "official" Facebook Phone was in the works, but they also hinted that HTC was looking at boosting social network support in upcoming devices. Those devices have been revealed at MWC 2011, the HTC ChaCha and HTC Salsa, which each feature prominent, dedicated Facebook buttons on their fascias.