Pandora’s new Facebook integration adds a helpful social layer to the streaming music service that may help assure investors that Pandora is moving forward, despite a grim business outlook ahead of tomorrow’s Q1 FY2014 earnings report.
This was Facebook’s year, with 1 billion users and an IPO. For many of the its first employees, it was the stuff dreams are made of — until reality set in.
Soon, Netflix subscribers in the U.S. will be able to connect their accounts with their Facebook profiles thanks to new legislation that was just passed by the senate.
Around the world, the biggest apps — and the ones that make the most money — are turning to Facebook for users and features.
Rovio released Angry Birds for Facebook on February 14, but now it’s done one better: You can play the game right in your Timeline.
As of this morning, anyone in the world can turn on Timeline, the new look and feel for Facebook profiles.
Editor's Pick It’s the worst-kept secret on the Internet: Facebook Actions, a new way of interacting with apps, content, and brands, are coming to the social network.
A prominent public interest group is once again targeting Facebook for questionable privacy practices.
Facebook’s new Timeline feature recently went live for everyone – well, almost everyone. The social network shipped its shinny new scrapbook feature without support for Internet Explorer 7.
The story of your life, as told through your Facebook updates and photos, will be showing on an iPad near you come late January, according to a source.
Facebook is slowly introducing its anxiously-awaited radical redo of the standard user profile, otherwise known as Timeline, by rolling out and testing the feature in New Zealand, the company announced Tuesday.
Editor's Pick Facebook’s Timeline is possibly the biggest wholesale design change the site has seen. So we called in three top designers to critique the concept and execution.
Editor's Pick When Facebookers began thinking about the design for Timeline, the name for the new look and feel of Profiles, they reached for books more often than browser tabs.