Facebook is making a strong showing on mobile devices these days. But sometimes you might want to view videos and photos from your News Feed on a big screen. Here’s how with a Roku.
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When you search on Bing, you’ll get posts related to your search from Facebook on the social bar on the right. You can “Like” and comment on those posts too.
Wolfram Alpha is a great service with a lot of cool tricks it can do. It can even be used to create strong passwords. One of the features it also offers is the ability to generate a detailed report of your Facebook account.
Netflix announced it’s rolling out Facebook social integration for U.S. subscribers. If you’d like to share what you’re watching, and see what your friends are watching, here’s how to enable it.
While social networking offers a wonderful way to communicate with others, there’s also a dark side — cyberbullying. Facebook is taking steps to help users prevent the problem.
Facebook announced its new look of News Feeds which will start rolling out to users over the next few weeks. If you want to get it sooner than later, here’s how to join the waiting list.
Recently Facebook announced its new Graph Search feature. I was lucky enough to get in the beta program, and here’s a look what what you can expect.
Facebook has decided to launch yet another mobile app. This time it’s one that allows you to manage Facebook fan pages. Here’s a look at the Android version.
Earlier this week Facebook had an event for the press where Mark Zuckerberg announced the Graph Search Beta. Here’s how to sign up and get on the wait list.
Read receipts on Facebook can be useful, but sometimes you don’t want your Facebook friends to know how long you’ve put off responding. Try Chat Undetected.
Facebook doesn’t have an official app for the Windows 8 “metro” interface. But you want can pin the Facebook web app to the Start screen on the Surface tablet.
Have you connected your Amazon account to Twitter or Facebook in exchange for Amazon MP3 credit? It’s easy to unlink them from your Kindle Fire.
Facebook is testing a new service that charges its user to send messages to strangers. The move could potentially increase the amount of spam in your inbox.
Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom recently released a blog post to all users of the service in the hopes of clarifying the new terms of service changes.