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.
Facebook has bought FriendFeed, the real-time content-sharing service. All of FriendFeed's best features appearing on Facebook in 5-4-3-2-1...
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.
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.