Yesterday, Microsoft unleashed the much awaited Facebook app for Zune HD. Unfortunately, it ran into a major issue as soon as it was launched, as the app was not able to connect to Facebook. Because of this issue, users are unable to view news feed. The good thing here is that the responsible individuals have acknowledged the issue and are working to fix it.
Facebook has rolled out yet another small but a pretty useful change. Starting from today, you will be allowed to upload and view slightly larges photos which of course will improve the photo viewing experience a little bit if not more. The new maximum size for photo upload is 720 pixels. Older images that have been uploaded prior to this update will not be enlarged by about 20 percent and will stick to their old and original size which is 604 pixels.
The news which all Zune HD fans have been impatiently waiting for is here. Facebook app for Zune HD has landed at the Zune Marketplace, finally. The app brings the normal set of functions as you would expect starting from updating your status to viewing videos.
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Folks at Seesmic have rolled out a maintenance update for Seesmic Windows. The maintenance update brings with it a bunch of new features which includes the new RT functionality, add users to lists and more. A few fixes are part of this update as well. Read on for more details.
Twitter timelines have stopped updating. Just now I accessed my Twitter timeline from the browser. To much of my surprise, I found that the timeline didn’t show my most recent tweets. Twitter itself has recognized and acknowledged this issue and is working to fix it.
Facebook has decided to bring an end to the application notification. That’s right app notification will R.I.P and will be discontinued from the social network starting from 1st March. This means you will no longer be required to bear annoying notifications from Monday. Hey wait, what about the developers? Facebook has provided the app developers a number of alternatives that they can bring to their use for informing users about important updates.
Google has added a cool new feature to its search engine. The new feature is named Nearby which is essentially a local search option. As the name suggests, it allows you to restrict the search results to just your locality or local area for that matter.
I have always wondered when will Twitter launch its Ad platform? As you all know, Twitter has started thinking on these lines. As a matter of fact, some believe that the advertising service from the micro-blogging network will be launched in the first half of this year. All Things Digital have shed light on the details of this program. Copy Google seems to be the line of action here.
Folks at Seesmic have rolled out an update of Seesmic for BlackBerry app. The latest update brings a few new features which will surely delight the end-users of the app. The app now has integrated ping.fm amakes it the first app to do so. The Twitter mobile client is targeted to increase the experience and usefulness of the app. Details on the new features after the jump.
We all know what Gmail Labs is? Yes its Gmail‘s playground where new and innovative features are tested and rolled out for the universal audience to try for themselves. Since its a laboratory, not all labs experiments prove successful and some are thrown out. That’s what precisely has happened as Google have removed 5 features from the Labs. Yes, a few features have been added as well, 6 to be precise. More after the break.