QRLme is a free service that allow users to create QR codes for their profiles on social sites like Facebook and Twitter, and enable others to find them more quickly there. Users simply have to submit their Facebook/Twitter profiles for them to be converted on the spot, and the relevant codes to be generated. These can then be printed on leaflets and all the kind of materials where QR codes habitually go, and people who scan them using their smartphones will be taken straight to their profiles. They’ll be able to befriend them, and also to spread the word about them by sending out tweets or posting on their own Facebook walls.
The CityVille Facebook game by Zynga, which is launched less than a month ago, has become the world’s most popular game, nabbing the number one spot from Zynga’s own FarmVille social gaming.CityVille reached 65 million monthly active users, while FarmVille has 57 million users. […]
Facebook Search is a useful search tool for the Facebook social network and is powered by the Facebook Open Graph API and returns data that is publicly available. Users can search across posts, photos, people, pages, groups and events without the need to login or have a Facebook account. […]
Facebook and Microsoft come hand in hand to fight against child pornography. Facebook adopts Microsoft’s PhotoDNA technology which identify and remove images that exploit children. PhotoDNA currently used in Bing, Skydrive and Hotmail, will be run on all images uploaded to facebook. […]