A new design puts the focus on search and viewing content in real time across the entire FriendFeed site. Find out what's new and better.
A Facebook instructional video posted recently includes a link that will look familiar to users of FriendFeed: a "Like" button.
Dan Farber and Rafe Needleman interview Bret Taylor, co-founder of FriendFeed.com, a Web site that enables friends to instantly share and discuss everything they find interesting on the Internet.
CNET News.com's Dan Farber talks with FriendFeed co-founder Bret Taylor about new features coming in his fast-rising content-discovery and social-networking service, and how it compares with the likes of Twitter.
FriendFeed aggregates social feeds and user-generated content. But that's not all the company will do, says its cofounder in an interview with Webware's Rafe Needleman.
The current site only reveals a portion of the founders' vision.
The newly acquired start-up has become the face (pun intended) of not just Facebook's further development of real-time streaming technology but also its forays into the open-source community.
Company makes real-time technology of new acquisition open source. Developers interested in incorporating Tornado into their Web service can do that now.
Does Facebook's acquisition of FriendFeed mean we're going to see some FriendFeed features coming to Facebook soon? We examine a few that would work.
Facebook has bought FriendFeed, the real-time content-sharing service. All of FriendFeed's best features appearing on Facebook in 5-4-3-2-1...