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.
FriendFeed's new look is now live to all users. The service has also updated its sharing-by-e-mail features to allow for direct messaging between users.
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.
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.
FriendFeed has a new way for users to eyeball new updates. A desktop notifier, built on top of Adobe's AIR runtime will feed you a never-ending stream of updates.
What happens when aggregator FriendFeed lets members import their Twitter contacts? Lots and lots and lots of e-mail notifications.
FriendFeed now has a built-in tool that will take a look at your Twitter buddies and see if they're also using FriendFeed. Previously you had to use third-party utilities to do this.
A Facebook instructional video posted recently includes a link that will look familiar to users of FriendFeed: a "Like" button.