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Facebook's Home launcher for Android creates 'Facebook Phone'

Facebook's new Home launcher for Android is available April 12 as a software download from Google Play. HTC will intro the first phone to include Home, the $100 HTC First, on April 12 as well.

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Vine moves beyond Twitter with new embed feature

Vine's branching out. Videos made with the trendy Twitter-owned mobile app can now be posted anywhere on the Web.

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Line online safety guide

Chat app Line releases safety guide for girl teens after string of incidents

Line, the chat app that is exploding in popularity in Japan and other Asian countries, has published an online safety guide for teens after a string of incidents in which it was used to maliciously target young women.

Pinterest's redesign push moves from online to mobile

Earlier this week, Pinterest unveiled a subtle, but more visually appealing new look with a few new features. App updates released Thursday bring the new Pinterest to mobile users.

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Hashtags gunning for #globaldomination

Facebook will reportedly add hashtag capabilities to its social networking service. But why would it want to?

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What you Like on Facebook could reveal more than you think

Before you "like" a friend's or company's post on Facebook, think twice. A new study shows that your Facebook "likes" may be far more revealing than you ever thought.

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At SXSW, marketing may drown out the next Twitter

This year's South by Southwest Interactive will play host to tech trends in areas as diverse as gaming, artificial intelligence, 3D printing and social networking, but whether the next Twitter will emerge at the conference is harder to say.

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Hands on with Facebook's new News Feed

Mark Sullivan went to Facebook and got a glimpse at the service's new News Feed. Here's a hands-on look.

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Facebook turns News Feed into 'personalized newspaper'

As expected on Thursday, Facebook announced a major overhaul to its News Feed that will now offer users customizable feeds that present specialized posts.

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TweetDeck shutdown gives a glimpse of Twitter's future

Twitter on Monday announced that TweetDeck for iPhone and Android will soon be no more, and that it's pulling some of TweetDeck's features from the web and desktop clients. Lex Friedman explains what it all means -- whether you use(d) TweetDeck or not.