According to Mashable, Facebook will unveil a "recasting" of the profile pages in its f8 developer conference Thursday.
What can we expect? Details are scarce, but two sources told the blog that the changes will make profile pages more "sticky" and there is a very good chance that there may be music / media components involved.
Finally, the word is that new profiles should focus on "social commerce".
Therefore, these items could be true? O is mostly fluff? I think there is strong evidence of this ...
Recently Facebook has been exposed to growing competition from Google, which launched Google + social networks and, more recently, Google Wallet (a service to help consumers easily change daily transactions with their mobile phones).
In what appears to be an attempt to make Facebook more like + Google launched the new "Subscribe" buttons allow users to follow others, without being "friends".
A voice that Facebook offers more music / media options is something that even the New York Times also covered.
Remember, users spend more time on Facebook than on other sites, the better. He wants everyone to discover and find good sites and the best viral videos to Facebook, not Google * cough *.
It is not clear how this "important" change profile page will go down with nearly 700 million users on Facebook. Each time they make one change, there is usually an outpouring of anger.
What changes do you think of that? What would you like to see a different Facebook?
- Maurice Cacho, MSN Tech & Gadgets.