Facebook Camera for iPhone Now Available on App Store

Facebook Camera

On Thursday, Facebook extracted yet another feature from its original iPhone application and made it into its own full fledged application. After releasing Facebook Messenger last August and Facebook Pages earlier in the week, the company released Facebook Camera on Thursday. The standalone app operates similar to the iPhone camera … Read the Full Story →

Facebook Buys Instagram for $1 Billion

Facebook Buys Instagram

Facebook, one of the world’s leading social media websites has moved ahead with plans to solidify their efforts in the editing and distribution of photos by purchasing photography app, Instagram. Instagram, a popular iPhone app, recently added to Android as well was introduced in 2010 for iPhone, and has since … Read the Full Story →

Facebook Working on iPad App and “Project Spartan”

According to The New York Times Facebook is finally setting up to launch a native iPad app for the hugely popular social networking site. To put this news in perspective, Apple’s tablet has been out for over a year and Facebook has yet to introduce an application, but it’s finally … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs and “friends” to meet US President Today

Steve Jobs is to be part of a group of influential technology industry people to meet with the US President (Barack Obama) in San Francisco today, Thursday. Others included in the guest list are Eric Schmidt (Google CEO 0.5) and Mark Zuckerberg (Faceblah). The purpose of the meeting is, according … Read the Full Story →

Facebook for iPhone Updated to Version 3.3.1

Yesterday we saw Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speak at the social networking site’s special mobile event. One of the few items of note to come out of the get-together was the announcement of an impending update to bring the Facebook iPhone app up to version 3.3. Sure enough, minutes later … Read the Full Story →

Mark Zuckerberg: “iPad’s Not Mobile. It’s A Computer… a Different Thing!”

Mark Zuckerberg iPad Not Mobile

During the recent Facebook mobile event, CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg was asked about the lack of a native app on the iPad by Mashable.com’s Ben Parr. The astonishing reply? ‘iPad’s not mobile’. When pushed by Parr, Facebook mobile head Eric Tseng (interestingly enough, Teseng used to be the Android … Read the Full Story →