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Bits Blog: Facebook Shows Off Its Flavor of Android

Facebook Home - NY Times

Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder and chief executive of Facebook, is holding a live news conference to show Facebook’s new phone software, designed for Google’s Android’s operating system.


‘Facebook phone’ rumors flare after company announces April 4 event

Facebook Phone - Fox News

Yes, this again. Facebook on Thursday sent out invitations for a press event that promised to show off the company’s “new home on Android,” which naturally led to fresh speculation about the company’s intention to produce its own Facebook-centric smartphone.


Report: Facebook making 'Buffy' phone

Report: Facebook making 'Buffy' phone

Facebook is working with HTC to develop a phone that has a much deeper integration with the social network than any previous "Facebook phone." That's according to a report from All Things D, which says the phone is probably 12 to 18 months away from hitting store shelves.

Senh: When this phone finally materializes, it'll mean more smartphone domination by Android since HTC and Facebook will use Google's Android as the operating system.


Facebook, with 200M mobile users, will not make phone

Facebook, with 200M mobile users, will not make phone

Co-founder shares info about 'Deals,' other mobile apps, improvements for social networking site.


Facebook reportedly working to create 2 smartphones

Facebook is working with mobile phone maker INQ Mobile Ltd to create two smartphone devices that may have a network tie up with AT&T Inc, Bloomberg said, citing three people familiar with the matter.


Facebook Phone Rumors - Social Mobility Is Big Business

Facebook Phone Rumors - Social Mobility Is Big Business

Social mobility is big business. Normally I don’t pay a lot of attention to the rumor mill. But in the case of a Facebook “affinity” phone, even if 90% of existing Facebook subscribers decide not to buy such device, it still represents a very big market; 50 million or so phones.


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