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Facebook Now Allows You To Edit Comments

Surely there have been times you written a comment in Facebook, responding to an update, only to find that you have a typo or simply didn’t write what you wanted. Before, all you could do was delete that comment or, if you saw an error quickly, you could edit it within a few seconds after you wrote that post.

Facebook has rolled out a new update that allows users to actually edit a comment long after it has been posted. Facebook’s support page has the simple details on how to edit a comment you’ve already posted. This new feature should be available to all Facebook users in the next few days. With the new update, users will be able to edit their comments at any time, even with comments that you have previously written on other user’s status updates.

Windows 8 Pulls Elements From Mobile Operating Systems

After the dominion of smart phones, Desktops have lost their charm. Why work at home on a desktop when one can pull off all the tasks from their phone?

The new operating system for Apple’s desktops and laptops OS X Lion and the modernized and restored serviceable version of windows which has yet to be released by Microsoft i.e. Windows 8 is noted to have inherited traits from the mobile operating system of the respective giants.

Survey Says: People Prefer WP7 To Android

If You thought Android was the best after Apple`s IOS-based iPhone, you got it wrong. Microsoft has made promises to add a dazzling 500 more features in there new Windows Phone 7.5 ‘Mango’.

According to a survey by Change Wave the old users of Windows phone are more than satisfied with the performance and features of the smart phone, than the Android users.

People at Change Wave report “the higher Windows Phone 7 rating has yet to produce a sustained momentum boost for Microsoft in term of buyer preferences.”

Official Android LinkedIn App Has Launched!

If you’ve used the LinkedIn beta app for Android prior to today you’ll remember having to enable “Unknown Services” in the user interface as well as joining the group on LinkedIn for Android Users and awaiting special instructions to install the beta application on your phone. Finally, the official LinkedIn Android application can be downloaded in the Market for all Android phones running OS 2.1 Eclair or later. The new version is basically the same the beta application that was released in December. Members can browse for LinkedIn updates of their contacts and comment, reply, or “like” an update. They can also browse their connections, respond to LinkedIn invites, and search through contacts to find a specific individual.

Facebook Releases New Messaging To Everyone

On Friday, Facebook announced that all users will soon be able to migrate to the new messaging platform.

Facebook was probably getting a ton of requests from people who want the upgrade – which unlike the profile upgrade, might make sense. However, the expectation was that the rollout would happen gradually, but now it seems that the roll out will happen much faster and very soon.

The benefit to the new messaging system is essentially that it acts as extended instant messaging system with SMS. There is also the ability to have history from all the messages, even chat messages.