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Facebook Testing Chat Presence Dots In News Feeds

04/24/2013, Facebook is testing chat presence dots in the News Feed. These dots show the chat status of your friends, clicking on it will open up a message thread. This is presumably being done to provide a boost to Facebook’s online messaging service. The...

FreedomPop Announces Sprint-Friendly Hotspot For $40

04/24/2013, FreedomPop recently set to upset the world of ISPs by offering free broadband Internet, which was a little too good to be true when we realized it would offer only 1GB of Internet service for free per month. It’s now setting its sights to the world...

AP Twitter Account Was Hacked, White House Bombing Tweet Is Bogus

04/23/2013, If you follow the Associated Press Twitter account, you might have read a pretty shocking post: “Two Explosions in the White House and Barack Obama is injured.” @AP_CorpComm has now confirmed that the account was hacked and that the White...

Facebook Pages New Mobile Layout Announced

04/23/2013, Today the world’s largest online social network has announced a new mobile layout for Facebook Pages. The social network has over a billion users and a substantial majority of them visit Facebook Pages daily, primarily through their mobile devices....

China Largest Culprit As Cyberattacks Triple Last Year [Report]

04/23/2013, According to Akamai’s State of the Internet report, cyberattacks tripled last year. Akamai is one of the largest distributed networks around the world, it reported that distributed denial of service attacks tripled in 2012 as compared to the...

Tumblr Mobile Apps Will Now Display Ads

04/22/2013, Tumblr, originally founded in 2007, has really cemented its place online over the past couple of years. Back in December last year Tumblr became one of the top search terms on Google surpassing the keyword “blog,” which has always been one of...

U.S. To Take Firm Stand Against Chinese Cyberattacks

04/22/2013, Time and again the U.S. has claimed that China has been launching a series of cyberattacks on agencies and companies based in the country. The administration has always denounced such attacks but now it is reportedly going to take a firm stand against...

Android-Exclusive Google Now May Be Headed To The Web

04/22/2013, Android users should be pretty familiar with Google Now and how much better the Android experience has become after its launch. But it looks like Google may be planning to expand its Google Now feature to beyond Android, according to some newly...

60 Minutes And Two Other CBS Twitter Accounts Hacked

04/21/2013, CBS confirmed that three of its Twitter accounts, including that of popular show 60 Minutes, were hacked. It is largely believed that the accounts were compromised by Syrian Electronic Army, though they haven’t been officially named as the...

Fake ‘Facebook Fashion’ Store Opens In Myanmar

04/19/2013, Seeing shops open up in parts of Asia that borrow the name of popular U.S. manufacturers is nothing new as we’ve seen this kind of stuff pop up in the past, but today, we see a “Facebook Store” has been opened up in Myanmar. The Facebook...

Google+ Comments Can Now Be Added To Blogger Based Websites

04/18/2013, It looks like Google is wandering in to Facebook territory, the latter has a comments system that websites owners can add, now the internet search giant has brought over Google+ comments for Blogger based websites. It seems as if Google is just testing...

Twitter #music Is Now Official!

04/18/2013, Earlier today we reported that Twitter had a big announcement to share, and some speculated that it would be Twitter Music, and sure enough that’s what it is! The social media website has announced that Twitter #music would be launching today and as...

Twitter To Make Big Announcement On Good Morning America

04/18/2013, It seems that Twitter has a big announcement planned later today as television show, Good Morning America, has announced via its Twitter account that the social media company will be making an appearance on the show to make an announcement. They...