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The first Facebook smartphone will be released next year

The first Facebook smartphone will be released next year
Facebook hopes to launch its own smartphone until next year when the new social networking giant public believes that its sales increased mobile Internet market, The New York Times reported Monday.

The company has more than half a dozen software and hardware engineers, the iPhone in Apple's best-selling author and an engineer who has experience working compaq presario f700バッテリー hired, the newspaper said, citing unnamed sources, and other employees .

Facebook recently admitted he struggled to make money from your growing business mobile audience.The recently added to the stock market, if only for its own dell inspiron 1721バッテリー application offers store.The App Center now connects to Facebook IOS-enabled applications Google Android and Apple stores, but developers will soon be able to use the tools in the shop just start writing Facebook.

According to the New York Times, Facebook expert who worked on the dell latitude d630バッテリー and other smartphones is committed.

He quoted an employee saying the Web site Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, the founder was "concerned that not getting a cell phone in the near future ... Facebook just an application on other mobile platforms too."

A Facebook phone has supposedly been in the works for some time.In 2010, Techcrunch reports that Facebook "secret" was to build a dell studio 1537バッテリー - even if this particular project is to have collapsedP

The application of the firm, give the smartphone market could be a consequence of the increasing pressure to improve the potential of mobile phones to make money.

He said in a statement to potential investors before the IPO earlier this month, the company was more concerned Facebook users through its dell inspiron 1720バッテリー able to sell a trend that makes it difficult to advertise.

When asked by the BBC, said a spokeswoman for Facebook, the company does not comment on speculation, rather refers to a written statement.

"Our mobile strategy is simple: we all mobile devices is better when it is profoundly social," the statement said.

"We work throughout the mobile industry, bringing with operators, hardware manufacturers, operating system vendors and application developers, powerful social experience to more people around the world."

Facebook IPO this month raised a record $ is 16000000000, but it provoked anger and complaints, amid fears that key information is not about the prospects of the company could have been well publicized.

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He came into His own, and His own received Him not

He came into His own, and His own received Him not

He came, one night, to a cottage door.
He came, a poor man, to the poor;
He had no bed whereon to lie.

He asked in vain for a crust of bread,
Standing there in the frozen blast.
The door was locked and bolted fast.
‘Only a beggar!’ the poor man said.

Christ the Lord went further on,
Until He came to a palace gate.
There a king was keeping his state,
In every window the candles shone.

The king beheld Him out in the cold.
He left his guests in the banquet-hall.
He bade his servants tend them all.
‘I wait on a Guest I know of old.’

‘’Tis only a beggar-man!’ they said.
‘Yes,’ he said; ‘it is Christ the Lord.’
He spoke to Him a kindly word,
He gave Him wine and he gave Him bread.

Now Christ is Lord of Heaven and Hell,
And all the words of Christ are true.
He touched the cottage, and it grew;
He touched the palace, and it fell.

The poor man is become a king.
Never was man so sad as he.
Sorrow and Sin on the throne make three,
He has no joy in mortal thing.

But the sun streams in at the cottage door
That stands where once the palace stood.
And the workman, toiling to earn his food,
Was never a king before.


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