"Mobile" Tag

Guide For iPhone Facebook Application 3.2

Recently a new version of the famous iPhone Facebook application was introduced by the inventive iPhone developers who clearly realize that the large majority of their client contains of true users of the social networking site Facebook. The improved 3.2 version is available on iTunes, the official Apple Store website. Read more

Facebook Mobile Application 2.0 for Blackberry: Photos, Chat and Places

An improved Facebook Application 2.0 for Blackberry was introduced by the social networking site not long ago. It’s in a beta version as yet but disclosed a lot of advantages comparing with the previous version which was developed with menu after menu to scroll through to do anything. The new app is considerably quicker to boot and really easy-to-use.

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Worldwide Access to Facebook Places

Facebook account holders from the countries listed below are now empowered to use location checking service Places. The implied nations are Brazil, India, Singapore, the Philippines, South Africa, Egypt, Israel and some other countries around the world. Range of the launch is under studying.

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32 Percent of Local Business Owners Use Facebook Places

Last summer a new application was launched by Facebook. Its name is Facebook Places. In spite of its relatively young existence it seems to be quite prosperous. A short time ago MerchantCircle conducted a survey that showed that 32 percent of the 8,456 businesses promote themselves through this service. About 12 percent are going to make use of it in the future, moreover not-so-distant one.
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South Carolina Prisoners May Be Banned From Facebook

Convicts use computers and cell phones and consequently have access to Facebook which opening is not actually allowed in prison. The authorities find out new ways to prevent Facebook access by inmates. South Carolina offered to fine those who were caught surfing the social net. The punishment includes $500 and an extra month in prison.
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HTML5 for Game Developers on Facebook

Lately one of the co-founders of Walletin, named Cory Ondrejka, joined Facebook. He seems to be getting on a treat because the platform’s advocate of HTML5 is going forward. The object pursued by Facebook is to incline developers to choose HTML5 over building native iOS or Android apps. Pursuing of this goal allows the company to avoid relatively closed intermediate members like Apple when it intend to introduce new platform functionality or bring products like Credits to mobile games.

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First Demonstration Of Facebook Phone from INQ

INQ Cloud Touch captured by TechCrunch, also known as Facebook phone was recently presented by INQ Channel Manager Andrew Bennet. The gear bears a resemblance with a white iPhone and has a bound with social network Facebook.

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