Facebook has greatly enhanced it's Chat functionality, with three major new features: group chats, video calls and a new look and feel for the feature, making the contacts list more prominent than ever before.
If you’re a user of Facebook’s Android App, you probably know how limited it is when directly compared to the iPhone version, and even Facebook’s mobile website. While the gap hasn’t been bridged yet, Facebook has released version 1.6 of its Android client that brings it one step closer to that goal.
Over the years, the blogosphere has made fun of Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg. College Humor, a website known for its numerous comedy sketches, is now poking fun at the company as well.
Facebook really is one of the biggest success stories of the last 10 years, and not just when it comes to companies based around the internet. Infamously founded by Mark Zuckerberg while at Harvard, Facebook is now home to over 600 million users - and it shows no sign of slowing in its meteoric rise to ruling to social networking world. But what if Facebook was never founded? It just so happens rent-an-evangelist Guy Kawasaki asked that very same question and came up with this infographic courtesy of SimpleGrain.
The Facebook staff is always on the move to evolve, experiment and add new features to the social network. What I love about them is the way they do it. Apart from the timely major over-hauls, they keep on introducing users to minor changes and updates. This allows users to cope up with changes while getting to enjoy new features at the same time.
Each day, the Vimeo Staff picks one of the best videos that were recently uploaded to Vimeo and features it over the "Vimeo Staff Picks". One of the recent featured videos is for Facebook obsessed folks, which almost 73 percent of US internet users are (totally taken from the video).
Since the launch of Digg v4 earlier in August, the staff at Digg has been continuously rolling out new features to grab their lost user-base back. This has definitely given me a better user experience (in terms of features) but the social news site hasn't been able to put together the scattered community.
So the Digg v4 was launched yesterday. A monster full of bugs as if no testing was done before it was made available to public on a busy day at a busy hour. Bugs weren't the only thing which made me think that way, everything about new digg seems like it was never tested.
According to a new report released by Oxygen Media and Lightspeed Research, about one-third of women on Facebook between 18 to 34 in age check this social networking site in the morning as the first thing even before going to bathroom. Some of the other astonishing facts deduced from this research on young women are as follows.