Facebook reached a settlement with Timelines.com, which sued the social network over the naming of its profile page, according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The two parties agreed to settle the case out of court, but financial information was not disclosed.
Research In Motion
With all of the hype about the iPhone 5 and Facebook’s renewed focus on Android, it’s easy for BlackBerry’s newest release to get lost in the noise. The BlackBerry 10 was announced during a recent conference in San Jose, Calif. The new phone will have a native Facebook application, as well as (finally) timeline.
Hold the phone: Like a persistent telemarketer, rumors of a Facebook phone keep calling back, and the latest reports say the social network’s goal is to release its own smartphone by 2013.
Today Research In Motion differentiates its PlayBook tablet from Apple’s iPad by announcing RIM’s own Facebook application.
If you’ve got one of the newer BlackBerry models — running version six of the operating system — you can upgrade to the beta version of Facebook 2.0 officially released today.
A new and improved version of Facebook has become available in Blackberry AppWorld. But like any Research In Motion upgrade, the more advanced your device is, the more features you actually get to enjoy.
This morning Blackberry announced that they have developed a new version of their Facebook application which also includes support for Facebook Places.