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Facebook have unveiled a new skin for Android, which includes new features such as "CoverFeed" and Chat Heads. While there is no dedicated phone, the software is available for all Android phones.
Facebook are hosting an event to launch their "new home on Android." The event starts at 10AM PT, 1PM ET and 6PM BST. Facebook is expected to unveil a custom skin for Android running on an HTC device.
Facebook has invited members of the press to a mysterious press event on Tuesday, January 15th at its headquarters. The company claims it will show the invited media "what we're building".
A "very reliable source" claims that the infamous 'Facebook phone' is being built by HTC, under the development name 'Opera UL', but don't expect it anytime soon: "Apparently, it's been delayed."
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg seemed to shut down all the previous rumors of a Facebook phone project, claiming today that making such a product "wouldn't make much sense for us to do."
New rumors about an unannounced Facebook smartphone project have hit the Internet, with the New York Times reporting that Facebook has hired several former iPhone team members to work on the phone.
The idea of a 'Facebook phone' is one that frequently comes up - and it's back again. This time around, Microsoft is said to be pitching Windows Phone to Facebook as the perfect OS for its new device.
A new rumor claims that Facebook is working with smartphone maker HTC on a smartphone, code named "Buffy", that would have tight integration with the social networking service.