The number one most annoying thing about Facebook right now is that half the time you click to look at a friend's shared link, a prompt pops up asking you to add the associated social app. So to read a Washington Post story or listen to a song on Soundcloud directly from Facebook, you have to also be willing to share…
Apps that auto-share your activity on Facebook can be a pain in the ass, and Facebook is taking steps to block the worst offenders. New rules require that apps that auto-share information about articles you read or videos you watch can only do so if you engage with the content for at least 10 seconds. Facebook has…
Facebook has unleashed their latest version of Open Graph. With 60 apps ready at launch, get ready for your News Feed to become a non-stop barrage of food photos, song recommendations, and movie reviews. Oh dear God, how do I make it stop?
Yesterday Facebook launched Open Graph, its tool for letting third party developers share actions in your timeline, with 60 new partners. Here's what you can do with it, and why you might not like it.
Facebook opened up Open Graph tonight, its tool for letting third party developers share actions in your timeline. It announced 60 partners tonight, including AirBnB, Runkeeper, and Pintrest, and now it's open to developers everywhere. Basically, privacy is over.
Rdio's already on Facebook's hours-old Open Graph. The Rdio app lists the songs you're listening to in your News Feed or Ticker, and you can click any Rdio tracks that appear on Facebook to listen to them immediately.
If you thought yesterday's Facebook changes were dramatic, you'd better sit down before you see what's coming next. Today at F8, Mark Zuckerberg led off by showing off Timeline: it's the future of Facebook, and it's a tectonic shift.