Facebook’s announcement of that they will be unveiling a “big idea” this Thursday has brought along a lot of speculation as to what big blue has planned for us, some have suggested that they will be unveiling a Google Reader replacement while today news has started spreading, supposedly from insiders, that the company is bringing…
Facebook has been quite as of late, at least ever since the HTC First was discontinued due to lack of interest. Now Facebook is ready to show off their next “big idea” that a “small team” has been working on.
The ever so unique HTC First seems to be struggling to sell. Originally priced at $99 on a two year contract from AT&T, the device has had it’s price cut drastically after what appears to be awful sales.
The HTC First has barely been announced and it’s already making headlines again, it seems the supposed ‘Facebook phone’ is a midrange dream as it turns out the device is actually the harbinger of stock Android to those who love HTC, but hate Sense.
Yesterday’s launch of the HTC First, a so-called Facebook phone, had mixed reactions and to cater for everyone’s needs, it seems like HTC a variant of the device without all of the Facebook faff.
Facebook’s mystery event unveiled quite a bit. Facebook today introduced Facebook Home to the world, calling it ” a new way to turn your Android phone into a great, living, social phone.”
Facebook is set to announce its own adapted version of Android tomorrow with its UI update called Facebook Home, together with that a set of devices may launch including an offering from HTC called the HTC First.
New buildings seem to be the new faff for large, well-known companies nowadays; first Apple then Google, now Facebook. Facebook has gotten the go ahead to construct a new campus in Menlo Park, California.
Facebook has been up to quite a bit in recent times; first they announced graph search, then their redesigned news feed, then they brought VoIP calling to iOS, but one thing Facebook has pledged for the year to come is their focus on mobile this year.