This time the one-day conference will be even more developer-focused, marking a departure from the last f8, held in 2011, where Facebook unveiled Timeline.
The world's leading social network is hosting its developers conference in San Francisco today. Onstage, the company unveils the new way users' "whole lives" are presented.
At its annual developers conference, the world's largest social network unveils Timeline and a new Open Graph, two major features that seem likely to change the way people interact with the service.
As social network's F8 confab edges nearer, more snippets emerge about what might go down at event, including talk of the unveiling of a "major" redesign of site's iconic profile pages.
The social network is reportedly aiming to hire an exec to handle its relations with Hollywood. And tomorrow's F8 event should offer some answers about Facebook's media plans.
The speakers at Facebook's developers conference offer another hint of what to expect. Major announcements could possibly include a complete rewrite of the Facebook platform that developers can use to build new social apps.
Attendees at developer confab were handed "Facebook Presence" tokens, which hook up RFID tag to Facebook account. Will we see more or this?
Third F8 conference promises a rare look at the company's inner workings for developers and advertisers who use the social network as the basis for their businesses.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg kicks off his F8 keynote by introducing a revamped profile page the company calls Timeline, "the story of your life on a single page." He also talks Ticker, media sharing, and more using Open Graph apps. Join CNET for live coverage.
"Saturday Night Live" comedian Andy Samberg pokes fun of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the company's annual F8 Developer Conference in San Francisco on Thursday.