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by Facebook, Google, Twitter

From the Google blog:

“Given this new type of information and its value to search, we are very excited to announce that we have reached an agreement with Twitter to include their updates in our search results. We believe that our search results and user experience will greatly benefit from the inclusion of this up-to-the-minute data, and we look forward …

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by Blog, Facebook, Twitter

Love it, hate it, or mildly tolerate it, you can’t dismiss Facebook’s massive success. Even in markets where it doesn’t dominate the social web, Facebook is catching up and will likely succeed.

It’s easy to forget sometimes that there was an Internet before Facebook and many of us have existing blogs or websites. Integrating with Facebook is a great way …

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by Facebook, News

Facebook is announcing a new tool, Translations for Facebook Connect, that will tap into the wisdom of the crowd to help webmasters and site owners translate their websites and applications for an international audience.

The technology is based on the same solution Facebook developed for itself when it decided to make the site available in multiple language. The Translations …

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by Facebook, News

The vanity URL is an important aspect of most social media websites. Being able to choose the URL for your social profile (i.e. Twitter.com/BenParr) not only makes it easy to share with others, but helps you claim a little piece of social media space as your own.

Facebook has now increased the minimum number of fans required from 25 …

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by Facebook, News

Everyone knows that Facebook has become absolutely massive, but it’s easy to lose sight of just how big a number like 250 million is. Buzzpoint, a social media marketing firm based out of Los Angeles, has put together an impressive visualization that shows off just how large Facebook has grown. The company has estimated the current and past Facebook

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by Facebook, Iphone, News

As you have undoubtedly heard by now, Apple has finally made the 3.0 version of Facebook’s iPhone app available in the App Store. We got a build shortly after developer Joe Hewitt submitted it a couple weeks ago, and reviewed it, something which led to a lot of emails asking what was taking Apple so long to approve it. But …

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by Facebook

Facebook has made a few subtle changes to its design, which a lot of users have been noticing for the past couple of hours (thanks for telling us, y’all) and tweeting about. The two most apparent tweaks: the blue header bar now covers the entire width of the screen and rounded corners have been dropped from the social network’s web …

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by Facebook

Facebook just added the ability to invite friends to an event based on who was invited to past events that you’ve been to. The new feature basically lets you filter your friends by recent events when creating an invitee list.

So when you create an event on Facebook, you will now see a “Filter Friends” tab in the upper-left …

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by Facebook, Twitter

This is a bit of a shocker. Facebook, who has seemingly been in a race to emulate many of Twitter’s features, just announced that it’s launching the ability for Facebook Page admins to simultaneously update both their Page and Twitter.

Facebook explains how this will work in a blog post:

“If you manage a Facebook Page, you now will

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by Apple, Facebook, Iphone, News

Facebook submitted Facebook version 3.0 of iPhone app to Apple. Joe Hewitt told this via Twitter:
“Just uploaded Facebook for iPhone 3.0 to the App Store for review.”

Joe also said that he’ll post the screen shots and details of Facebook 3.0 app soon on this Facebook link. Furthermore he said that they are going to start work …

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