Facebook Says It Has Learned Important Android Lessons From Building Home

Meanwhile, the company is plugging away on updates to its core app and other companion products.
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Facebook Tries to Make Its Home More Inviting by Welcoming Photos From Other Services

Starting today, Facebook users can also see photos from Flickr, Instagram, Tumblr and Pinterest.
Facebook Home Event in Menlo Park, CA, on April 4, 2013.

Twitter Poaches Facebook Marketing Head Kate Jhaveri

A poach from a competitor to bolster Twitter’s marketing team.
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Facebook’s New Android Beta Program Could Help Spruce Up Home

Beta, come Home!
Facebook Home Event in Menlo Park, CA, on April 4, 2013.

Facebook Adds Dock Feature in Effort to Make Its Home More Inviting

Facebook is working quickly to try to resolve some of the issues early users had with its big mobile project.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the Facebook Home launch event.

Omar Khan on Security, China and the State of the Mobile Industry (Video)

The former Samsung and Motorola executive spoke at D: Dive Into Mobile about the broader mobile landscape and about his new gig as co-head of security firm NQ Mobile.
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HTC First’s Trip to Europe on Hold as Facebook Works to Improve Its Home

After a poor reception in the U.S., Facebook has asked France Telecom and its British joint venture not to start selling the Facebook Home-equipped device, at least for now.
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Talking Mobile With Two of Facebook’s Key Chat Heads (Full Dive Video)

At D: Dive Into Mobile, CTO Mike Schroepfer and Facebook Home creator Cory Ondrejka talked about what it took to build Facebook Home and where the social network plans to go from here.
Ondrejka, right, with Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer

A Waze Buy Would Put Facebook on Yet Another Collision Course With Google — This Time in Mapping

Map apps are where it’s at, which is why the social networking giant might be in the market.
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HTC First (That Facebook Phone) Drops From 99 Bucks to 99 Cents at AT&T

AT&T won’t comment on whether it has seen slow sales of the midrange Android device.
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