The social-network feed aggregator launched a new beta design. Some people don't like it. Some people do. Opinions don't seem to be too strong in either direction yet.
FriendFeed now lets you interact with new topics through your instant-messaging client--including two-way chatter.
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.
The massive social network confirmed on Monday that it has acquired the aggregation start-up after TechCrunch reported the rumor. Be it known: This acquisition is about talent, not product.
The social aggregator has launched a test feature called "Real-Time View," which automatically updates users' feeds.
It's not just a rehash of faddish sites, but an actual useful work group app based on modern social networking concepts.
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.
Service enables users to see all their friends' social content in one place. Here's how to get started.
Former Googler and FriendFeed co-founder Bret Taylor offers his views on Twitter and describes the new summarization feature coming to FriendFeed soon.
Gillmor Gang podcast features special guests Paul Buchheit and Bret Taylor, the creators of FriendFeed. Steve Gillmor tries to persuade them to clone Twitter.