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Facebook Wrapping Up Removal Of An Old Search Setting

10/10/2013, Facebook has announced today that it is now finishing up the removal of an old search setting. The removal of this setting, “Who can look up your Timeline by name,” was actually announced in December last year. This setting was removed for...

New Google Maps Gets More Features

10/09/2013, Back in May the internet search giant gave us a preview of the new Google Maps. With the feedback it has received since then, it has added more new features to make the user experience even better. Google says that one of the most requested features was...

HBO’s Game Of Thrones Now Available On Google Play Store

10/09/2013, The fourth season for HBO’s wildly popular Game of Thrones is a little over five months away from being released. But if you’re not an HBO subscriber, the only other place you could catch up on your Game of Thrones addiction was through...

Amazon Launches ‘Login And Pay’ Service, Takes PayPal Head On

10/08/2013, PayPal is one of the easiest and most used methods out there for making payments online. Online merchants integrate PayPal into their web stores allowing customers to pay from their accounts, though most web stores require customers to first create a user...

Yahoo Mail Gets Huge Revamp For Its 16th Birthday

10/08/2013, Yahoo is celebrating the 16th birthday of its Yahoo Mail web email platform by completely revamping it to offer a slew of new features for its users starting today. The new Yahoo Mail will begin to roll out today and will add a Conversations view that...

Revenge Porn Ban Being Considered By New York Lawmakers

10/08/2013, Just last week, California created a law that would classify “revenge porn” as a criminal misdemeanor, and it looks like New York lawmakers also want to make a stand against this kind of thing. Unlike California though, New York is looking to...

Bing It On Numbers Disputed, Microsoft Responds

10/03/2013, Back in 2012, Microsoft launched a Bing It On campaign which basically compared Google’s search to their own search, Bing. According to Microsoft’s claims at that time, users preferred Bing’s search to Google’s search by a ratio of 2:1. This was a...

Adobe Hacked, Data Of 2.9 Million Customers Compromised

10/03/2013, A major cyberattack on Adobe has left data of 2.9 million customers compromised, the company revealed today through a blog post. The intruders were able to gain access and run off with a large number of Adobe IDs and encrypted passwords. Adobe also says...

Yahoo Sued For Keyword Scanning In Emails

10/03/2013, Yahoo has been hit with a new class-action privacy lawsuit which claims that the company is effectively intercepting and reading emails of users as it scans incoming emails for keywords in order to deliver more targeted ads. Google too was hit with a...

‘Revenge Porn’ Has Been Banned In California

10/02/2013, We reported back in August that the California State Assembly was debating on a bill that aimed to classify “revenge porn” as a criminal misdemeanor. There are a plethora of revenge porn websites on the internet which host content provided by...

BitTorrent Chat Looks To Make Instant Messaging More Secure

10/01/2013, We know how important your messages with your wife, husband or significant other is, especially when they involve such important things as deciding what to do about dinner as well as reminding them to pick up milk on the way home. Keeping them personal...

Twitter IPO Filing Will Reportedly Be Made Public This Week

09/30/2013, A couple of weeks back Twitter announced, via what else, Twitter that it is seeking to go public. The company filed a S-1 form confidentially with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The luxury to do so confidentially is allowed by the JOBS act to...

Google Easter Egg Lets You Experience Google From 1998

09/27/2013, Easter Eggs on websites and programs and games are fun as it’s a nice break from reality, and Google is known for hiding these gems in their products, such as on their website or on their products like the Android operating system. Well if you weren’t...