Do you know how much time is lost having to jump out of an application to click on the Facebook
icon (or widget) on your home screen? That 0.4 seconds, when done hundreds of times each and every day (assuming you ever leave the Facebook screen in the first place) can really add up -- precious time you could spend updating your status and liking your girlfriend's brother's Business Cat wall post. INQ figured it out
, and HTC
may have found a way to restore those precious seconds, as well. According to The Financial Times
, the company plans to introduce an Android device with a dedicated Facebook button (note: not
a "Facebook phone"
). We wouldn't expect anything crazy out of the clicker, however, as the dream crushers known currently as "people familiar with the device" say its purpose is to take you to the Facebook front page -- if you want something more. HTC is expected to introduce it this month, and if we were betting folk, we'd say that meant Mobile World Congress