Social-networking giant also reveals that it has more than 680 million mobile users, and more than 81 percent of top grossing iOS apps and 70 percent of top grossing Android apps integrate with Facebook.
It won't be long now before Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg says 10 billion "things" are shared on Facebook every day.
Facebook's got 60 new Open Graph-powered apps for users to install and use, with the promise of approving new Open Graph apps from developers.
Virtual pinboard Pinterest, for example, has seen its daily user base grow by more than 60 percent since integrating Open Graph less than a month ago.
All Things Digital says that at the company's scheduled press event tomorrow, it will unveil the first group of applications launching via Open Graph.
With Ticker, Facebook users will be able to experience "frictionless experiences," "real-time serendipity," and the ability to find new patterns and activity, says CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
At MobileBeat 2010 conference, Facebook's head of mobile products, Eric Tseng, shares Facebook's plan to open its social-networking tools to mobile app developers.
Developers unleashed on the social Web at Facebook's F8 conference in San Francisco.
The "Women Who Eat Salad Alone While Laughing" Tumblr blog pays homage to the hilarious absurdity of stock photos showing ladies enjoying their veggies too much.
At the LeWeb conference this week, the social-networking giant says there are now more than 350 apps on its site, with more than 1 million monthly active users each.