The Facebook log-in has been a requirement for Zynga.com since it launched–and was designed to help players find their friends on Zynga.com. But now players will be able to log-in with Zynga IDs. Those do not have to be “ [...]
Facebook already has tagging for people, Pages, and location, and could soon allow users to tag their posts with hashtags so they could be more easily indexed and surfaced by Graph Search. A source told TechCrunch that Facebo [...]
We’ve heard a little bit about Facebook and Asana co-founder Dustin Moskovitz’s new foundation, Good Ventures, specifically a company that its investment arm got involved with last August. Today we’ve learned a lot [...]
Facebook, in its quest to dominate mobile, has just released an incremental update to its Android app through the Google Play Store.
The update lets users change their profile pictures direct from the app (which is something [...]
Legit, a startup working on a universal reputation system that could help sharing economy services verify whether users are trustworthy, has announced its team will join Facebook. Specifically, co-founders Jeremy Barton and [...]
Ditching HTML5 cost Facebook the flexibility to tinker and quietly try out design or feature changes on subsets of users. But now it can experiment again. Thursday Facebook launched a beta club offering some Android users ear [...]
Do you enjoy checking email? Probably not, since the word “checking” is something that sounds like work. Whenever you have to continually go back to a place to see if anything new is there, it starts taking a toll [...]
MessageMe, an app that launched last week and raced up the charts to the #2 spot in social networking in the U.S., is confronting Facebook’s touchiness around access to its social graph.
The app’s integration with [...]
Mark Zuckerberg has just made an internal announcement to Facebook naming its veteran VP of Engineering Mike Schroepfer as CTO, we’ve just learned from an industry source. Facebook has since confirmed to TechCrunch that [...]