Facebook's IPO may be one for the record books, but trading glitches and a murky advertising and mobile outlook are weighing on investors' minds.
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eWeek: RockMelt allows users to port all of their RockMelt Facebook and Twitter feeds desktop to their iPhone.
MobileBurn: Carrier planning additional Facebook tie-ins as well.
Mobile Burn: Mobile editon of popular social networking site for Apple's smartphone gets events with check-ins and unfriending.
PC World: Facebook says standard interface for site across all phones is simpler for developers and encourages innovation.
BGR: Mobile app easily lets you share video on Facebook and Twitter.
Mobile Burn: Reports indicate Google's deactivated Facebook sync on the Android-run Nexus S smartphone.
Brighthand: Mobile devices with social networking focus unveiled at Mobile World Congress.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg says no to a Facebook-branded mobile phone but does unveil a trio of new features including a Deals platform for vendors to offer location-based discounts.
Redesigning MySpace for mobile devices should improve its usability in the hand. It will also mean many of the new elements from the main site's recent updates will function on smartphones.
While the camera is not this smartphone's strong suit, it sure is convenient.
Accessing the popular social networking site from a BlackBerry is easier than ever.
Step-by-step directions to organize the application folders on your BlackBerry.
Accessing Facebook via a mobile browser can be tedious. Now, Windows Mobile 6 users can access a Facebook application made just for them, much in the way BlackBerry users long have done so.
Move would eliminate preloading and software downloading for handset users.