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Citi brings ThankYou Rewards over to Facebook

01/03/2012, If you’re a Citibank user with a credit card and you like using the ThankYou Rewards to share your points, we’ve got some good news. Citi has just made it even easier to share points thanks to the launch of its new app for Facebook: the...

Appgravity: an alternative way to look for Android apps

01/03/2012, While the Android Market website is a good way to check out apps, its search capabilities are pretty limited (despite being created by Google). It’s quite hard to find what you want unless you know exactly what it is. Well, some folks have decided...

MAME Arcade Emulator now on Google Chrome

01/02/2012, Remember the MAME Arcade Emulator app that was released on the Apple App Store and then pulled off not long after? Well you can now enjoy it again, albeit without the convenience of being able to play it on your smartphone/tablet. A developer has...

Facebook Messenger for Windows now official

12/30/2011, Yesterday the Windows Facebook for Messenger app was leaked, and it looks like Facebook has decided to capitalize on its premature release. Instead of going after the people who leaked the link or taking the files offline, Facebook has now officially...

Facebook Messenger for Windows leaked

12/29/2011, In addition to creating mobile apps for smartphones to access Facebook Chat/Messages, it looks like the social network is targeting the desktop pc/laptop market as well. It has been reported that Facebook has been testing a Windows-based Facebook...

Google Flight Search ruffles the feathers of competitors

12/28/2011, It looks like Google, the company whose motto is “Do no evil” is finally under fire from its competitors due to anti-trust issues. Since Google launched its Flight Search feature which made looking for airline prices a convenient thing to do...

Facebook iPad app to support Timeline next year

12/27/2011, If you’re a fan of Facebook’s recently implemented Timeline interface and wish it was available on the iPad app for Facebook – you’re in luck. The folks over at 9to5Mac recently got some details from an inside source stating that the...

New phishing scam targets Apple users

12/27/2011, If you own an AppleID account, be sure to look out for a well-crafted phishing scam that’s been going over the past week. The phishing emails were reported to have been sent out on or around Christmas day, and attempts to fool people into giving...

Google Circles: a new social push from Google, coming up?

12/26/2011, Google’s Google+ did take off at a rather explosive pace, but it seems that the momentum has slowed down now, so much so that Google might have another social networking card up their sleeves – with Google Circles being another cog in the...

Go Daddy withdraws SOPA support

12/23/2011, Last month, the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) was proposed in an attempt to curb and stop online piracy – in theory. In reality, it is a highly controversial law that if passed, would allow anyone to sue and shut down a website just because some...

Firefox 10.0 beta now available for Linux

12/23/2011, It was just the other day that Firefox 9 was released a day ahead of its intended release for Windows, Mac and Linux, but the good news for those running Linux systems is that it appears that the Firefox 10.0 beta is now available for all Linux platforms....

Facebook Suggested Events tells you where to go

12/23/2011, Stuck at home on a Friday night with no idea what to do? You won’t have to be anymore, thanks to Facebook’s latest feature: Suggested Events. Suggested Events gathers information from past events you’ve attended, places you’ve...

One-click WordPress database restore with Vaultpress

12/21/2011, Everyone who is ready to pay ($15/mo) to have a reliable WordPress backup should check this out: Vaultpress, the real-time backup system for self-hosted WordPress blogs now features one-click, server to server database restore. This is pretty awesome for...

Lady Gaga Facebook and Twitter accounts hacked, fans phished

12/20/2011, It has been reported that Lady Gaga, one of the most popular pop stars of this generation, had her Facebook and Twitter account hacked. The hackers then used her account to send messages to all her fans – inviting them to submit their details to win...