Keeping up with friends is faster than ever.
Hot off the heels of rival MySpace's announcement that it would be connecting its profile content with other social-networking sites, Facebook revealed its own plan for exporting data to other Web sites.
Now, members will "log in" rather than "install" applications, according to a post on the social network's developer blog. Application owners will also have new analytics about activity.
Word on the street is that Facebook will open-source it's platform.
Will members love Facebook's new look or hate it? Will it hurt small-time developers? Hard to tell, since all we've seen are screenshots.
Social-networking giant releases new images and details about its upcoming profile redesign, which includes separate tabs for Feed, Info, Wall, Photos, and Applications.
One Facebook application creator says that there's less activity going on in developer forums and that he's got the numbers to prove it.
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Aaron Greenspan, who claims ownership of Facebook, has petitioned to the United States Patent and Trademark Office in an attempt to cancel the social network's trademark on the name.
A Texas woman files a complaint citing the Videotape Privacy Protection Act from the 1980s, after a video store revealed the rental history of Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork.
Members will be able to search for phrases on the site to see just how often they were talked about in public "wall" posts, according to the company. Cool or voyeuristic? Could be both.