About.me Continues Its Product Push With “Replies”

The startup’s third significant product release this year aims to foster increased connection and communication between users.

Diving Into Moto X With Motorola’s SVP of Product Management (Video)

Motorola’s Rick Osterloh shows us the features of the new Moto X smartphone, and talks about the company’s strategy for competing with Apple and Samsung.

Vine Drops a Few More Hints About Coming Features

Dissecting Vine’s six-second teaser trailers.

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Facebook Folds More Features Into iOS App

Facebook updated its iOS application on Monday afternoon, bringing the most popular features of companion apps Messenger and Camera to the main Facebook app. Among the updates are the ability to swipe left within the app to find chat contacts, the ability to upload multiple photos at once and the opportunity for U.S. users to give Facebook Gifts to friends directly from the phone.

With Sights Set on Engagement, LinkedIn Launches More Social Features

In the wake of losing its deal with Twitter, LinkedIn needs to double down on in-stream content. Its new social functions may aid the cause.

Nokia to Apple: From Hell's Heart I Stab at Thee

Nokia’s obsession with Apple has officially crossed over into the Ahabian. Aghast at the U.S. International Trade Commission’s ruling on its first complaint against Apple, Nokia has filed a second, accusing Apple of infringing its patents “in virtually all of its mobile phones, portable music players, tablets, and computers.”

Atrix 4G: Faux Laptop With a Phone For Brains

Walt reviews the Motorola Atrix 4G Android smart phone, which acts as the brains of a small laptop device.

Mobile World Congress Notebook: Battle of the Behemoth Booths

Aiming to capture the flavor of Barcelona, Mobilized’s Ina Fried reports back on some of the more massive booths at Mobile World Congress, including a two-story booth devoted to Android and an entire hall of wares from Sweden’s Ericsson.

HTC’s One-Button Facebook Phones Headed to ATT

Although they may not be the Salsa and Cha Cha models shown off on stage in Barcelona, AT&T said it will exclusively have HTC Android-based phones with a similar one-button access to Facebook.

HTC Shows Off First Tablet, Android Phone With Facebook Button and More

HTC became the latest company to “friend” Facebook, showing off a pair of Android phones that have a button for connecting directly to the social network. It also used Mobile World Congress to show off its first tablet and other Android devices.