Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 1st Apr 2013 22:57 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Last week, Facebook sent out an invite to a press event, to come check Facebook's 'New home on Android'. The press and bloggers went nuts, proclaiming that Facebook would fork Android and create its own phone. However, if you didn't wear the sensationalism-induced glasses, it was obvious from the invite itself that there would no forking of Android, and AndroidPolice confirmed it today.
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RE: Comment by twitterfire
by shotsman on Tue 2nd Apr 2013 14:12 UTC in reply to "Comment by twitterfire"
shotsman
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2005-07-22

The inability of the HTC Sense environment (that was delivered on my HTC Sensation) to allow me to delete Twitter or Facebook apps was one of the many reasons for reverting back to a Nokia 6310i last month.( i know I could have rooted the phone and deleted the apps)

I had real trouble stopping my grandchildren from signing onto to twatter/Faceblock with my phone. Their patents had disabled these apps in their phones.
They are like a drug. One little dose and you are addicted.

All my PC's/Mac's block Facebook and Twitter IP's. There is more to life than those two sites.

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