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Vonage Infiltrates Facebook, Free Calls For All

VoIP provider Vonage announced the Vonage Mobile for Facebook app today that lets iPhone, iPad and Android owners make free calls to any of their Facebook friends and vice versa.

All you need to do to make free phone calls to other Vonage users is to download the Facebook app and/or mobile apps and start chatting away. Really, …

Sorry Facebook Movie, No Actual Facebook For You

The downside to producing a film about the most-used social networking system of all time? Being blacklisted by said social network.

David Fincher’s upcoming The Social Network, an unauthorized story about the creation of Facebook, is unable to market the film on the site itself. According to a Slash Film post, the film violates …

What Would it Take for Google to Lure You Away from Facebook?

There’s some pitter-patter on the worldwide web concerning a rumored project simply known as Google Me. It all started with a Twitter update from Digg founder Kevin Rose saying that he’d heard a rumor from a “very credible source” that Google would be launching a “Facebook competitor very soon” called Google Me. That tweet has since been

PlayStation Update v3.40 To Bring PlayStation Plus, Enhanced Facebook, Etc.

Earlier today Sony announced details of an upcoming firmware update for the PS3 and PSP. The PS3 will jump to v3.40 and with it comes PlayStation Plus subscriptions (available starting tomorrow) and a slew of other features including Facebook “enhancements.” The PSP will receive firmware update v6.30 that includes PS Plus and …

First Official Trailer: The Social Network

This first teaser trailer is just that – a tease. Void of any actual footage of upcoming film The Social Network, the trailer gives the impression that David Fincher’s Facebook origin film is more Kramer vs. Kramer than Ivy League go get ‘em flick. Look at those descriptors: Punk, Genius, Prophet, Traitor, Billionaire? Where I’d give …

Poll: Do You Give A Hoot About Tomorrow’s Facebook Privacy Changes?

It seems like a Facebook change is more of a weekly event than a grand, once-in-a-while update. Today at the TechCrunch Disrupt, Facebook’s VP of Product Chris Cox announced that the site would roll out changes to its privacy settings once again, this time bringing a settings system that is “drastically simplified.” Right now, users …

The Daily Dose

Monday, May 24, 2010

Here’s what else is going on in nerd news around the web:

Last night’s other season finale: Wonder if anyone watched? TBS’ Family Guy aired Something Something Something Dark Side for the first time on TV in lieu of its season finale last night. I don’t know about you, but if it weren’t for LOST, I would have …

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