For those Facebook addicts who no longer wish to wait and are eager to play around with Facebook Home can now download the leaked version of it, pulled from a pre-release HTC First ROM.

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LinkedIn announced in a blog post that the professional social networking website will now support the ‘mentions’ feature that will help users to have better conversations among them. A feature that is very much similar to what Facebook and Twitter offers.

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Today, Facebook announced Home, a new launcher that integrates Facebook deeply into Android and turns your phone into a “social” device. With today’s announcement, the question strikes whether the new Facebook Home launcher will have ads or not?

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced “Home”, a new Android launcher that will turn your Android device into a “social” phone. Home will be available for free download on Google Play Store starting April 12.

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The official North Korean “Uriminzokkiri” Twitter and Flickr accounts have been hijacked and defaced by groups that claim to be a part of the online hacking activism collective Anonymous. Both of these accounts are managed by the Government of North Korea.

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Twitter has redesigned its official Twitter for Android app that reflects a native Android experience and closely follows the “holo” Android styling. iOS and mobile web apps have also been updated, however, the Android version has received the most significant changes.

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All eyes are on tomorrow’s mysterious event in which Facebook is all set to launch a specialized Android phone at its headquarters. Here are some of the leaked photos of what we might see tomorrow at the launch event.

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Good news for photo fans on Google+ as the tech giant has now enabled users to upload full-size photos to Google+. That is, you’ll be able to upload your photos with highest resolutions and not lose any details. Tough time for Flickr and other popular photo sharing sites. However, users are limited to 2048 pixel-wide […]

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Last week, Facebook teased the tech community with a mysterious invite to “Come see our new home on Android” event, which is scheduled for tomorrow (no, it’s not an April fool prank) at its headquarters. There have been some clues and information about what the event is all about.

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In a bizarre move, Twitter announced in a blog post that users can use the micro-blogging service for free only by using consonants in their tweets. For a monthly fee of $5 you can continue using twitter as usual. Yes, including vowels.

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Rumors about Facebook Phone are back again, however, this time they might be true. With Facebook holding an event on April 4 at its headquarters, inviting the media to “come see our new home on Android,” the question still remains: Does anyone need a Facebook phone and does it actually make any sense?

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The social networking giant Facebook continues to experiment and add new features to the site. It appears that the company is testing a new compose button next to the user’s profile picture and name on the blue navigation bar on the top.

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The Web’s giant retailer Amazon has said it will buy the popular book-recommendation and social networking site Goodreads for a undisclosed amount. The deal is expected to be completed in the next quarter.

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Facebook has sent out invites to media and bloggers to an event on April 4 at its place in Menlo Park, California. It is unclear what the event is going to showcase, however, the email invite reveals that the company will be showing off its “new home on Android.”

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The Catholic Church made the announcement of the new Pope Francis on Twitter for the first time ever. The social networking site Twitter just proved how important it is when it comes to spread breaking news and making important announcements

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