While there have been two unofficial Facebook applications for Google Glass, Google announced Thursday at its I/O conference that an official Facebook app is coming to the high-tech specs. It will allow Google Glass owners to instantly share photos to their Facebook accounts.
Social network Path became the latest application to lose access to Facebook’s find friends application-programming interface, prohibiting Path users from accessing their Facebook friends lists and sending them invites or follow suggestions.
Newton Lee’s book, Facebook Nation: Total Information Awareness, is a great book for social media experts, offering a comprehensive look at Facebook in the context of social media, and covering privacy well.
Concerns about personal information collected by Facebook applications still linger despite efforts by the social network and developers to educate users on what data they collect and how they use it, and a new infographic from BackgroundCheck.org lists some surprising names among its worst offenders.
Word has it that Facebook has created its own photo sharing application for the iPhone, to compete with the likes of Path, Instagram and Color.