"What if we didn't design phones so that they're apps first," but instead were "people first?,"...
Apr 4 2013, 13:34 ET
"What if we didn't design phones so that they're apps first," but instead were "people first?," Mark Zuckerberg rhetorically asks while showing off Facebook's (FB +1.9%) Android UI, which is simply called Home. As rumored, Home has a streamlined UI, delivers news feed updates on its home page, and offers quick access to full-screen photos, Messenger, and other Facebook content/actions. Though Google (GOOG) probably isn't thrilled, Zuck insists Facebook isn't building a phone or an OS. "The great thing about Android is that it's so open," he adds, in a not-so-subtle dig at Apple (AAPL). (live blog)