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Facebook iOS photo sharing app leaked (updated)

06/15/2011, The folks over at TechCrunch seems to have gotten their hands on a whole bunch of documents containing details and images of Facebook’s upcoming photosharing app for the iPhone. And judging from their first impressions, they seem to be pretty...

BBC develops iOS app for mobile reporting

06/15/2011, It looks like the iPad and the iPhone got a lot more important to BBC reporters. According to a report by Journalism.co.uk, BBC will be releasing an app that will allow its reporters to send reports in from the field over 3G – using their iOS devices....

Google improves mobile search

06/15/2011, In recent years, as more and more people are relying on their mobile devices instead of desktops to access the internet, search engines have been working hard to accommodate smaller web browsers and have been including features to improve the overall...

Developer reveals the top 10 most common iPhone passwords

06/14/2011, Daniel Amitay, the developer of the Big Brother Camera Security app for the iPhone recently updated the app to send passwords that users set for the app, back to him for some research he was doing. Since the Big Brother Camera Security app lock and...

Instagram now at 5 million users

06/14/2011, Last month we reported that Instagram was growing at 1.2 million users a month and was at 4.25 million users. Sure enough, a couple of weeks later, the service has now hit 5 million users. After being around for only 8 months, Instagram is proving to be...

RockMelt partners with Facebook to release updated RockMelt browser

06/14/2011, RockMelt has been out for some time now but previously it was never really endorsed by Facebook – until recently. RockMelt has just announced that it has partnered with Facebook for the release of the latest version of its RockMelt social browser. The...

WordPress 3.2 Release Candidate now available

06/14/2011, Automattic has just announced that WordPress 3.2 Release Candidate is now available. This is the step after the beta period and before the final release of the update to the general public. For all you bloggers who can’t wait to get the latest...

Samsung Chromebook bill of materials costs $322

06/13/2011, If you’ve wondered about the profit that Samsung makes for selling each one of their Chromebooks, you have to wonder no more. According to the folks over at iSuppli, who gave the Samsung 3G Chromebook a tear down, it costs $322 to obtain the parts...

Woman tattoos 150 Facebook friends onto her arm

06/13/2011, Update: that was too crazy to be true. This was in fact, a hoax. Looking for something trendy to put on the canvas that is your arm? How about getting a “social tattoo” for yourself? An unnamed woman was recently reported to have gotten one of...

Facebook continues world domination

06/13/2011, You may know that Facebook is the world’s most popular social network – but how popular is it exactly? 500 million active users and Facebook the service translated into over 70 different languages sure sounds like a big deal, but how does it look...

Apple sued over iCloud name

06/13/2011, While Apple has been busy suing Amazon for the use of “Appstore” in its name, it looks like Apple is now the ones on the receiving end of a lawsuit over a name. A company from Phoenix, Arizona has just filed a complaint against the Cupertino...

Spotify one step closer to arriving in the US?

06/11/2011, With all the major cloud music services on the table, the one remaining cloud service that hasn’t been able to cross over to the US has been pretty quiet about its moves. Well, according to the latest reports from All Things D, it looks like the...

Facebook testing “Happening Now” sidebar

06/10/2011, As Facebook continues on its path of internet domination, it is gradually giving users even more reasons not to leave the website. Its latest move? The introduction of the “Happening Now” sidebar. Similar to a Twitter timeline, the Happening...

Lulz Security takes down the bad guys

06/10/2011, Instead of taking down the good guys this time around, Lulz Security has focused their efforts on taking down an Islamist extremism website, AlJahad.com. Lulz Security mentioned on its Twitter feed that it has successfully managed to bring down the...