Users can use Graph Search to search for topics and interests based on their social connections and friends across the site.
Facebook launched its bug bounty program back in 2011 and in two years has paid out over $1 million to over 300 security researchers.
The feature available on Twitter will soon be coming to Facebook soon as the social networking giant announces embedded posts.
Officials over in the US have told the Indian Government that they will not be able to serve summons to the executives of companies like Google and Facebook because they are not convinced that the content hosted on these sites can cause violence and that these summons impact “free speech principles”.
Facebook Home has managed to clock more than 500,000 downloads in less than a week after being released to the public on April 16. Google Play listing of the app makes special note of the milestone and Ben Evans has confirmed the same through a tweet.
Facebook Home was made available to limited Android devices yesterday and even before a full day has passed, irate users have already started giving a mouthful to Zuckerberg and Co.
Specifications of the next HTC Facebook phone codenamed Myst have surfaced on the web indicating that the smartphones will sport a 1.5 GHz dual core MSM8960 processor from Qualcomm, 1 GB of RAM and a non expandable 16 GB of internal memory with 5 megapixels camera at the rear and a 1.6 Megapixels front facing camera, and will be powered by Android JellyBean 4.1.2 OS.
Facebook sent out a series of invitations to members of the press indicating that they plan to hold a special event on whereby they are going to reveal new design of its News Feed feature.
Google+ is making progress in the social networking scene and has reportedly outranked Twitter to gain the no. 2 spot behind Facebook.