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Instagram announces Instagram Profiles on the Web

11/05/2012, Instagram has finally decided to improve its own app on the web. Currently, Instagram has a bare and almost-boring web app that contains links to the App Store and Google Play. Many were hoping that the developers will somehow improve its presence on the...

Russian cybercrime market is well-established, says report

11/05/2012, In a report entitled “Russian Underground 101,” Japanese security software company Trend Micro claims that the cybercrime market in Russia is getting more commercial than ever, with hackers offering services for a price. Using data gathered...

Twitter updates their DMCA takedown policy

11/05/2012, Have you ever tried to access a tweet, but only to find it removed? Perhaps the poster took it down, or perhaps it was a bad link, or perhaps Twitter took it down due to alleged copyright violations, but whatever the case, the end user is left in the...

Facebook rumored to be testing a new “Pages Feed” feature

11/02/2012, Facebook is a great way to keep up with the rest of the world. In fact, I get the best news and updates on Facebook next to my favorite RSS reader. I’d even go as far as to suggest that you “like” our Ubergizmo Facebook page to keep up...

Twitter planning to add photo filters, says report

11/02/2012, Instagram, apart from its photo-centric aesthetic qualities, also features an astute photo filtering service. This makes the photo-sharing platform very very enticing. In fact, it was so enticing that Twitter once considered acquiring the company behind...

Facebook gets serious in educating its new users

11/02/2012, Facebook is a phenomenon. Since it launched in 2004, the insanely-popular social networking service has amassed a total number of one billion users, and that number continues to grow as of this writing. So it would make a lot of sense if Facebook decides...

Facebook to exchange free WiFi hotspots for check-ins

11/02/2012, We’re sure that there are many of you guys out there who love to check into locations via Facebook – I know because I am one of them. Well the good news is that Facebook is looking to capitalize on those check-ins, and we say good news because not...

Pearltrees 1.0 offers Pearltrees Premium with privacy features

10/31/2012, We have published several times about Pearltrees private and public beta version on the web, its updates and the launch of the mobile versions for iPad and iPhone. Pearltrees is a collaborative and visual curation tool that allows users to organize and...

Google intros new pop-up compose view in Gmail

10/30/2012, True to its commitment of making Gmail faster and better for its users, Google is now adding another useful feature to its popular email client. Today, Google has announced that it has redesigned the compose and reply experience in Gmail by now allowing...

1M Facebook User Emails Allegedly Purchased For… $5

10/26/2012, Bogonil Shopov, a Bulgarian blogger, says that he has managed to purchase 1 million Facebook users for a mere $5 – a pittance for email marketers and spammers. The data was sold on a site called “Gigabucks”, and so far, the Facebook ID...