Application developers that serve the same industries likely have similar needs, so Facebook announced Friday that it created industry pages on its developers site for the following industries: e-commerce, entertainment, games, photos and travel.
Facebook photos are a great way to connect with friends and loved ones, but they don’t have to stay on your phone or computer. Through an interesting idea, Top Charms, users can bring permanence to their Facebook photos by keeping them in charm form. The project gained popularity on Kickstarter, and it appears ready to share soon.
Every company has rules to follow when launching new features and Facebook is no exception. But as the company grows in size there’s one rule it hasn’t yet implemented that it definitely should: no features should result in the addition of privacy controls.
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We’re live at the St Regis Hotel in San Francisco to cover Facebook’s much-hyped messaging announcement.
The anticipation for tomorrow’s Facebook Mail announcement couldn’t be greater.
Less than two days after first launching the “Facebook Pages browser”, the company pulled the product. Our assumption is that the product wasn’t yet ready for primetime and the company was simply testing it out with a few users. However multiple sites picked up on the new feature over the weekend, which lead to it driving a lot of traffic. Now people have realized that the page is gone!
Facebook has a whole suite of widgets (and social plugins) that bring social functionality across the web, but one major feature that they are missing is an event RSVP widget. Event promoters around the world want a frictionless way of converting site visitors into event attendees, not just fans of their Facebook Page.