Facebook Paper Is Facebook, But Better

Facebook announced this morning a new standalone app called Paper. The goal of Paper is to offer a more enjoyable Facebook browsing experience by combining a user’s Newsfeed as well as social exploration into one place. The exploration aspect of Paper will come from a broad selection of topics, creators, and “emerging voices” that are…

Facebook Gets Trending Topics Feature

Mimicking Twitter, Facebook announced today a new feature that will slowly roll out to users of “select countries” called Trending. It’s Facebook’s latest answer to Twitter’s popular Trends feature, and will work similarly. There is a twist, however – Facebook’s engineering manager, Chris Struhar, had the following to say: “The list is personalized, including topics…

New Facebook Vulnerability Shows Private Friends List As Public

Well here we go again. Yet another Facebook vulnerability, this time your private list of friends can become visible to the general public. Irene Abezgauz of Quotium research found the vulnerability and here’s a portion of here report. Irene Abezgauz from the Quotium Seeker Research Center identified a security flaw in Facebook privacy controls. The vulnerability…

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React Messenger For iPhone, Animated GIF Messaging

Well this is a nifty little messaging app for iOS. React Messenger is a new messaging app that uses animated GIFs to show your reactions to text messages. Available only on iOS at this point it looks to be a promising app that many will enjoy. Of course it only works if you have a…

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Concept: Google Nexus Orbit Shows Up On YouTube

So how about a Google/Nexus made gaming console? A little concept video popped up on YouTube showing just that. The “Google” Nexus Orbit. The concept looks nice and while we really hope something like this is eventually made, it is likely it won’t be anytime soon. But hey, we can all hope and dream I…

The Alleged Next HTC One (M8) Has Been Caught On Film

The folks over at TechnoBuffalo are reporting these images are allegedly of the next HTC One dubbed, M8. There is no confirmation of the authenticity of these pics so take them with a grain of salt. The only difference I see, and TechnoBuffalo points this out, the edges around the back seem more curved. And…