Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1038d ago | opinion piece

Is every phone the Facebook phone?

SlashGear: Facebook may refuse to deliver what the rumor-mill wants – an own-brand smartphone to take on the iPhone – but that’s not to say it isn’t following a cuckoo-style mobile strategy, progressively infesting handsets from other vendors. The company’s new free voice calling service, quietly revealed in the aftermath of the Facebook Graph Search announcement, is the latest in a growing suite of mobile products that, while lacking the eye-catching appeal of a glossy slab of hardware, nonetheless shows that the social network finally has a mobile strategy. (Facebook, Phones, Web)

KingPin  +   1038d ago
how would a facebook phone be different to current smartphones.

android, ios have facebook integration so how would a facebook phone be any different?

who still uses facebook anyways. thought that craze has passed

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