Farmville is our Facebook Game of the Year for 2010

Any FarmVille (ex or otherwise) players out there? This popular farming game from giant game developer Zynga gets the number one spot as the mostly played Facebook game for 2010. I’ve been tracking top Facebook games every month based on monthly/daily active players worldwide (via developerAnalytics) since August of last year....

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Facebook overtakes Yahoo at number 3

It’s bound to happen. Facebook is now the third’s largest website worldwide in terms of traffic overtaking Yahoo!, according to comScore. The November 2010 results are in and Facebook got an estimated 648 million unique visitors from all over the world as compared to Yahoo’s 630 million. Number 1 is still Google at 970 million...

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World map created solely from Facebook friend connections

This is really interesting. Paul Butler, an engineering intern at Facebook created a visualization of friendship connections via geo-location of 10 million Facebook users. For example, if a person in Australia has a friend in Spain, it will draw a line connecting the two via their geo-location. And what was the result? Check out...

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Beware of Facebook hijackers when using public WiFi networks

Here in Metro Manila you can access a lot of free and open wireless networks in heavily populated areas such as malls, cafes, restaurants and hotels. There are drawbacks in using these handy services and one of them is what you call http session hijacking or “sidejacking”. In sidejacking, sniffers can ride into your unsecured http...

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Facebook now supports high-definition photos

Oct 02, 10 Facebook now supports high-definition photos

Posted by in Tech News

Here’s what every Facebook user is waiting for, better photos. Facebook announced a couple of days ago through their blog that they we will be rolling out support for print-quality, high-resolution photos. And most of all, you don’t have to pay to use it. Previously, the maximum size of photos in Facebook is 720 pixel on the...

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Facebook does a Foursquare with Facebook Places

Aug 22, 10 Facebook does a Foursquare with Facebook Places

Posted by in The Internet

Facebook has recently incorporated a location-tagging feature similar to the popular site Foursquare. With Facebook Places, you can broadcast your current location to your news feed and tag other people as well who are with you. Not a fan of it actually. Right now, the Places feature is only accessible via the updated Facebook...

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Nokia C6: The Home Screen Advantage

Aug 19, 10 Nokia C6: The Home Screen Advantage

Posted by in Featured, Gadgets, Mobile, Reviews

Editors note: Thinking of getting the Nokia C6? Here’s a tale of a girl who fell in love with it. C’mon, admit it. You’re on Facebook right now. You log in every… single… day, read up on what everyone else is up to, and occasionally watch a video of that hilarious piano playing cat. If you’re like me and gazillion other...

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Don’t get duped into clicking “13 Worst Marriage Proposal Fails” on Facebook

Aug 07, 10 Don’t get duped into clicking “13 Worst Marriage Proposal Fails” on Facebook

Posted by in Misc

There’s this new Facebook app/link that’s been duping people all over Facebook. Who wouldn’t want to see 13 Worst Marriage Proposal Videos on a slow day anyway? Clicking the link will direct you to laughallday.net which is not really a site but just a page with this content. Based on the instructions, you need to click Like to see...

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Globe brings GCASH to Facebook games

Globe announced earlier today their partnership with BOKU Inc., a global leader in mobile payments, that will give Facebook users the option to purchase game credits using G-Cash. Starting On March 24, you can now buy those exclusive items in Farmville, Restaurant City, etc. using your GCASH money. The online payment via GCASH...

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