Friend lists will save you time and enhance your privacy — here’s how to get them started in just six easy steps.
Since Oecoway released Friendly for Facebook, in August 2010,the iPad application has attracted over three million active monthly users.
Launched today, the TreatFeed reward system is a bit like a cross between Yelp and Groupon, allowing users to personally recommend daily deals to the friends in their network in order to win perks.
Most people don’t enjoy searching for a new place, but Apartment Guide hopes to change that. By connecting Facebook to rental listings, people can get input and support from friends and future roommates.
We spoke with Jordan Kretchmer, founder and CEO of the San Francisco-based start-up Livefyre, Inc., which offers a third-party application that competes with Facebook’s commenting system and sometimes complements it.
Imagine your favorite television series. Now imagine interacting with fellow fans, online, as players of an interactive digital game based on the show.
One of the key value propositions of Facebook Connect is the ability to avoid having to remembering numerous passwords to login to sites, however the Obama administration appears to be interested in accomplishing the same thing.
Reader of the Huffington Post are not happy with the news blog’ “Connect With Facebook” feature that allows the site to recommend articles based on your Facebook profile.
A new plugin for WordPress blogs incorporates Facebook log-in capabilities to offer readers a more convenient way to register for commenting privileges.
Internet television guide Clicker has partnered with Facebook to suggest what to watch based on your profile and those of your friends.