With an aim to make it easier for small business to enhance its mobile presence, Facebook has redesigned Pages by introducing new tools for better communication with customers.
Facebook wants to be something more than just a social network. According to a latest report from BuzzFeed, Facebook is testing a “buy” button inside Pages.
Twitter has announced that it is testing Products and Places pages with an aim to enhance users shopping experience on the micro blogging site.
Facebook wants to help you decide your next lunch or dinner destination as it has added menus to restaurant Pages. The social network is using a tool called SinglePlatform which will allow business owners to upload their entire food or beverage menu onto Facebook.
Apple has finally launched the iWork for the iPhone and iPod Touch. iWork for the iPad has been around for quite some time and iWork for the iPhone has been expected for a long time. Apple surprised us by announcing the public availability of Pages (Word Processing) , Numbers (Spreadsheet) and Keynote (Presentation ) for the iPhone. The apps are priced at $9.99 each and free for existing iWork for iPad users. The apps are compatible with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 3Gs, iPod Touch (3rd gen and 4th gen).