06/17/2013, Since the attention on citizens privacy has been heightened by the noise surrounding the PRISM surveillance program that is said to involve giant Internet companies (which they deny) and the U.S government, it is interesting to know that facial photos...
06/17/2013, Skype's video messaging service is now available on Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and BlackBerry.
06/17/2013, Netflix and Dreamworks have signed a deal that will bring original programming to the service in 2014.
06/17/2013, Facebook may announce Instagram will support video during its June 20 press event.
06/16/2013, According to a new report Yahoo against a court order before having to join the NSA's PRISM program.
06/16/2013, Facebook has invited the press to unveil a new product on 20th June. It is expected that the social network will unveil its own RSS reader.
06/13/2013, Twitter has opened up Twitter Analytics platform to the public. Average users will now be able to see how their tweets are performing on the micro-blogging service.
06/13/2013, Foursquare launched a web app that can visualize all of your check-ins and even predict where you'll check-in next.
06/12/2013, Yahoo will start resetting IDs that have been inactive for over one year from 15th July. New and existing users will be able to make a claim for IDs they have always wanted.
06/12/2013, Facebook announced today that it is enabling hashtags for users and Pages across the social network. Hashtags on Facebook will now be clickable and will display what other users and Pages are discussing about it.
06/12/2013, Pirate Bay, a file-sharing oriented site, has been the object of an Irish court order which requires six local Internet Service Providers (ISP) to block it on their networks. This was reported by the IrishTimes which adds that about 200,000 people use...
06/11/2013, Marissa Mayer, the CEO of Yahoo, is auctioning off a 1 hour lunch experience with her at the company's HQ. The proceeds from this auction will go to charity.
06/07/2013, Microsoft detailed how its Xbox One will require a connection to the Internet every 24 hours.
06/06/2013, Google describes in a new white paper that it is able to predict the box office performance of a movie based on search results on Google Search and YouTube.