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Facebook Launches Verified Pages and Profiles

Already existing on Twitter, the “verified account” certification will now be available on Facebook.
The mention “verified” can be spotted thanks to a blue circle with a white check mark inside, located besides the profile / page name.
Officially announced by Facebook itself yesterday, this badge will help users to recognize authentic Accounts / Pages … More

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Google+ recent updates

The recent Google conference was the occasion for the company to announce that Google+ counts now around 190 millions monthly users.
Although the social network by Google was initially reported to struggle in Asia in 2011, lately, users amount seems to have grown, with profiles mostly located in Singapore, Hong Kong and India. Some asian companies … More

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Introducing Vine by Twitter

Last january, leading micro blogging platform Twitter introduced its new baby : Vine.
Vine is a mobile app, already available for IOS devices, and to be released soon on Android ones, that mainly focuses on videos. Users can register from their Twitter account after downloading the app, and then they can upload their videos to … More

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Concepts inspired by Facebook Home

Korean company Kakao, well known for its KakaoTalk messaging app, recently released a new concept, close from the Facebook Home’s one. This concept is named “KakaoHome”, and as Facebook Home, it creates on the smartphone a built-in access to the Kakao features.
This launcher has been developed for Android devices so far, and can be downloaded from … More

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Facebook Home reaches 1 million downloads

Around one month ago, Facebook introduced “Home”, an app “that puts your friends at the heart of your phone” available from Google Play store on Android devices (such as HTC First, Samsung Galaxy 4 and Sony XPeria ZL).
The aim of this new interface is to provide a more “user friendly” experience of Facebook from a … More

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