There are plenty of consumers who "like" Facebook apps that run on their Android devices, but the social networking giant is working harder than ever to ensure developers love integrating with its platform.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg famously told TechCrunch Disrupt attendees that betting on HTML5 technology in mobile was the biggest mistake Facebook ever made. FierceDeveloper goes deep into the HTML5 vs. native code debate, and finds the common ground among developers. Special Report
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg seemed to dismiss the idea of the social networking giant building its own smartphone, but he left open the possibility of working more intimately on mobile development.
Facebook will soon open its first engineering office outside of the United States with a new facility in London with a focus on mobile products. The new office will open as Facebook puts increased emphasis on improving its mobile applications and overall presence in mobile.
Facebook hopes to release its own smartphone by next year and has poached more than half a dozen former software and hardware engineers from Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) to make it happen, according to a
Joining the debate that has the support of the French president, Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao has strongly urged Internet companies to abide by European laws on privacy and consumer protection....