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Facebook phone?

By on August 25, 2012

A “Facebook phone” has been rumored for sometime, however — and many analysts regard its appearance as a matter of when, not if.
“really wouldn’t make much sense for us to do.” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a conference call with analysts the social networking company isn’t interested in developing its own mobile phone.
However, his denial hasn’t stopped the pundits from projecting that Facebook still has a handset in the works.
According to Bloomberg, Facebook Inc. is working with HTC Corp. to build its own smartphone for release as soon as mid-2013, people with knowledge of the matter said. The companies had intended to release the device as early as the end of this year, and pushed back the timetable to give HTC more time to work on other products.
Several sources said that Facebook, which urgently needs to find a way to make money from its growing number of mobile phone visitors, has already hired former Apple employees who are believed to be working with HTC on the new project.
Building its own device could allow the site to collect revenue from its existing advertisers more effectively by making sure their commercial content was distributed throughout the phone’s different functions.
HTC and Facebook have collaborated before – the ChaCha and Salsa phones both featured Facebook buttons. But the presence of OS engineers on the new Facebook Phone team suggests that the new handset will feature deeper integration than just a Facebook button.
So have all the rumors simply been hot air and will Facebook instead focus its efforts on improving a widely maligned mobile app? We will know in future.

Facebook is the world most famous and most interactive social networking medium online, other than sharing information and photo, now you can also able to chat with your friend via text, voice or video conference. To use the chat function from Facebook, just log into your Facebook account and at the bottom right hand side have the chat bar, just click on that bar and you can easily chat with your friend.

 

Many of you may be wondering how to delete Facebook chat history (or) clear chat history in Facebook page. To delete the chat history of any Facebook friend, just follow the few simple steps below:

  1.  Login into your Facebook account and check Facebook chat box at bottom right.
  2. Click ‘Chat’ button on the chat bar to expand it into box.
  3. Then click on setting icon on the top right hand side on the chat box.
  4. Click on clear window to delete the history

 

You can delete chat history of different Facebook friends using above procedure and clicking ‘Clear Chat History’ link in respective chat boxes. Please note, this will not delete Facebook chat history if you were chatting using desktop client software for Facebook chat instead of Facebook website.

Enough with that silly fake money in Farmville and the lack of real-world thrills in Zynga Poker. The country’s favorite social game company is looking to expand into the world of sin and will offer a poker game that allows players to gamble actual money sometime in the first half of 2013. However, don’t expect it to be hosted – or perhaps even playable – in the US, where online gambling is all but expunged due to several state laws banning the practice.

The announcement came from Zynga CEO Mark Pincus during a conference call today with investors. Just looking at some of the reports when it comes to this market makes it very easy to realize why the company would want to go down this new path. For example, Zynga users currently spend an average of $2 – $3 per month. Of course, multiply that by millions of users and you’re doing pretty well. But by comparison, online gambling sites typically see revenues of around $300 per paying user per month.

 

It will be the first time such a major name outside the world of gambling hopes to make it big in the online gambling world. Every other noted video game publisher has shied away from it because of many issues, not the least of which is that real-world gambling gives publishers an automatic “AO” rating from the ESRB, and most publishers are ingrained in the video game rating system so deeply that they don’t dare launch a game that doesn’t have that group’s stamp of approval. Of course, the legalities also play a huge role in this. This is going to be an interesting story to watch.

 

MultiMi is a social media integrator that helps people stay in touch with the people that matter in their life. Whether it’s Facebook, Gmail, Twitter or any other platform, MultiMi lets users stay in touch with one click. They can drag a tweet into an email while simultaneously updating their Facebook status or move a photo from email into Flickr or Picasa. Not only does MultiMi help users to seamlessly integrate multiple channels, it protects people’s online activity with AVG’s renowned LinkScanner® technology.

 

The existence of the MultiMi is to simplify the way people engage with one another on the internet. Instead of login to multiple website, MultiMi create a single platform for you to post commentaries, tweet news, share holiday photos, post images and more.

 

MulitMi doesn’t store your personal information instead all information will be saved in your Computer. MultiMi works on Windows XP SP3 or higher Operating Systems require 1 GB RAM.

 

MultiMi is safe to use because the software is created by the AVG which is one of the leader in security software and they have implemented security measures in this app. This mean that you can browse the latest happenings on all these services with peace of mind.

 

Facebook create a new way how we engage with people on the internet, MultiMi again create the way we can utilize multiple social platform to having more fun in the most time saving way.

 

You may download MultiMi for free for window at www.MultiMi.com

You may download MultiMi iPad version at here

MultiMi application home page

The launching of the Facebook app center for Google Android and Apple iOS show that facebook is try to step into the 2 major smartphone maket and try make the smartphone more interesting.

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Facebook has announced it is in the process of launching an App Center in the Android and Apple Stores Thursday night. It’s rolling out on three platforms: Android, iOS and Facebook.com (on the mobile web) itself.

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With the new launch of the Facebook apps for the iOS and Android, you will soon be able to customize your mobile Facebook app. But will facebook charging for the apps download? Here’s a clue: the company explicitly doesn’t want to call it a “store,” according to ABC News.

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“The App Center is launching tonight with more than 600 social apps, including Nike+ GPS, Ubisoft Ghost Recon Commander, Stitcher Radio, Draw Something, and Pinterest,” Facebook reps wrote in an email.

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“You’ll only see high quality apps in the App Center, based on user ratings and engagement.”

With Facebook bringing out its IPO, attention is being drawn towards the income Facebook generates from advertising. WordStream folks have created a very interesting infographic comparing the income Facebook and arch rival Google make from advertising. Here is a comparative analysis of Facebook and the Google Display Network, which makes us wonder, whether Facebook advertising really works or not.

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After Google announce their cloud service – Google Drive, Facebook also join the game as confirm by the Facebook spokeswomen Meredith Chin. The world largest social networking web site confirm on Friday it was rolling out a storage service for the users to share files within groups.

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“We first introduced this feature a few months ago with Groups at Schools. Now, we’re making it more widely available. It’ll roll out to more groups over the course of the coming days and all groups should have it soon.” spokeswomen Meredith Chin said.

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With the launch of the new services, Facebook will limit the file sizes up to 25 megabytes and certain file such as music will not allow to share over the service due to the copyright issue. Besides that, other potentially “malicious” file type will also be excluded from the service.

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With the booming grow of the mobile computing such as smart phone and tablet, the cloud storage become more important to the user. Many of the cloud storage providers only offer a limited amount of storage for free and allow the user to upgrade to paid service with more space available.

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Recently, everyone is discussing the net worth for facebook, is that they are going to launch their IPO in the near future? or maybe in this coming summer at total paid up capital of USD $100 billion.

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Made by online investment platform Kapitall, the 150-second vid takes some of the most eye-popping stats about the social network and delivers them in a pleasing animated infographic-style format (not to mention a thumping proto-80′s style synth soundtrack).

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You will learn how’s actually Facebook from nothing to 100 Billion net worth company.

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Enjoy

There are a lot social web site nowadays such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn Google+ and so on, but do you know how to make use of it like the expert did? It’s actually more complicated than just posting a status updates at random and seeing what sticks.

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When is Facebook most effective? When are you better off using Twitter, or LinkedIn? And what exactly is Google+ good for, anyway?

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The business consultant network Zintro recently pulled research from more than a dozen sources including Mashable, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google and Quantcast to put together this nifty infographic, which will help you develop your social strategy. Check it out below for the full report.

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While uploading high definition photos is not new to Facebook, only now has the social media giant introduced an update that will display photos in high resolution by default. The photos can be up to four times larger than before, depending on the user’s display.

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Besides displaying photos in their high-res glory, the Facebook photo viewer will also allow users to view photos in full screen, with the maximum resolution the photo viewer can handle being 2048 x 2048. Just remember that uploading them requires some patience as it takes longer to upload a high resolution photo compared to a standard or low resolution photo.