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A Tour Of Facebook’s Home On Android

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It’s not exactly a Facebook phone. It’s not exactly a Facebook application. It’s Home, and it will be on select Android devices starting April 12. The company announced Thursday that the HTC First, as previously rumored, will be the flagship for deep Facebook integration, and other phones will have these capabilities soon. From these devices, Facebook will make a highly visual Cover Feed the focus, bringing users closer to photos, status updates, check-ins — and, someday, ads.

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Cheezburger Builder Turns Facebook Photos Into Memes

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Millions of people around the Internet love using Cheezburger to turn photos into memes, but now users can connect their Facebook accounts into the Cheezburger Builder to get their friends into the mix. Cheezburger — the company behind I Can Has Cheezburger and Fail Blog, among others — has deepened its Facebook integration to allow users to seamlessly select their Facebook photos and create funny memes.

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Facebook Is Now Friends With Siri, ITunes On IPhone 5

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Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg laughed off the thought of a Facebook phone Tuesday, but many of the features that users would want from that mythical product can be found in Apple’s iPhone 5, which was announced Wednesday. The newest smartphone and iTunes will feature Facebook integration as part of the company’s plan to deepen its ties with the social network via the iOS 6 software update.

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Mark Zuckerberg Likes What’s Cooking With IGrill

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The website for cooking application iGrill normally gets about 70,000 visitors per month. Then Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted about it on his page. The response crashed the server of iGrill’s parent site, iDevices, with more than 1,000 visits per minute. The company, which recently added Facebook integration, joined SongPop in the ranks of Zuckerberg-approved products.

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