Facebook are getting ready to reveal a newly designed news feed this Friday. Other than the date, very little is known about the new design. Some people think that it could be a newly designed mobile app, whereas others are counting on a new desktop site design. Either way, like most Facebook design changes, it will probably be met with an angry response, because people hate change.
On most websites, you can log in using either Twitter or Facebook. Soon, Google+ will be added to that list, with a number of sharing features to separate it from the competition.
Well, here’s a unique use of Facebook. Reddit user ‘CasinoRoy’ decided to search the site for people with the same name as him. After finding a few people, he took a photo of himself mimicking that person’s profile picture, and then proceeded to send them a friend request.
Your Instagram feed is now available on desktop, through the official website. The new release means that the start-up, which began as a mobile-exclusive, isn’t far from making a complete jump to the web.
It’s been a long wait for those who have been following the release schedule of Carbon, but finally the wait is over, as the Twitter client is available to download for free right now.
Twitter is the second most popular social network in the world, which means people are tweeting every second of every day. That’s just an insane amount of tweets, uncountable, unless you use TweetPing.
A whopping 71% of UK residents access Facebook each day. That’s just a ridiculous figure, as it doesn’t even count the people who check it every other day, or occasionally through the week. Facebook is popular everywhere, but how much of a hold does it have on the UK?
A new update has just rolled out to Facebook for iOS. The main change is that users can now send voice messages from chat through the tap of one button.
Pinterest are currently in the process of testing out a new user interface, designed to help users navigate to specific ‘pins’, which are then displayed in a clearer and larger way than before.
If you don’t watch Saturday Night Live (UK readers can watch it on Netflix), then there is quite a good chance that you don’t know about The Lonely Island. The comedy music group stars Andy Samberg, who has recently been the lead in ‘Cuckoo’ on BBC. The group’s 2005 song ‘Lazy Sunday’ went viral, and is sometimes credited with helping YouTube get off the ground. » Read more