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YouTube adds highlights view option and improved homepage feed

08/03/2012, Google has rolled out a few updates on YouTube, particularly in the homepage feed. Google hopes that these updates will provide an even better viewing experience to its users. The update brings a couple of improvements to YouTube’s video thumbnails....

LinkedIn reportedly spent nearly $1 million to fix security breach

08/02/2012, Following the hapless security infraction that LinkedIn experienced two months ago, the company is now saying that it has spent a huge amount of money to fix the problem. Fresh from its earnings call today, LinkedIn CFO Steve Sordello said that the...

Facebook reports more than 83 million of its users are fake

08/02/2012, Facebook recently filed its 10-Q report for its quarterly period that ended last June 30, 2012. Apart from the company’s performance, the comprehensive report also revealed a staggering number of fake accounts. The social network said that out of...

All Facebook users to receive timeline this fall

07/31/2012, Bad news for those of you who have been keeping your “legacy” Facebook profiles, it looks like you won’t be able to keep it for long. According to a report by TechCrunch who were informed by Facebook, every profile on the social network will changed...

Bing search now lets you tag your friends

07/30/2012, While search engines have made it extremely efficient for us to find what we need on the internet, there are times when we just can’t uncover what we need. Instead of having to sift through tons of irrelevant results and promoted pages that make their...

Facebook’s mobile strategy is reportedly flawed, says report

07/27/2012, The behemoth social network recently hosted its first earnings conference call yesterday with CEO Mark Zuckerberg casting the company’s direction. Zuckerberg said earlier that developing Facebook’s mobile platform is a top priority of the company....

Paul Chambers acquitted of charges in Twitter joke trial

07/27/2012, Back in 2010, a man named Paul Chambers was arrested by anti-terror police for posting a bomb threat on Twitter. The tweet that convicted him? “Crap! Robin Hood Airport is closed. You’ve got a week and a bit to get your shit together, otherwise...

Demonoid brought down by a severe DDoS attack

07/27/2012, If you’ve been trying to access Demonoid (one of the most popular BitTorrent trackers around) yesterday, you might have noticed that the error page we’ve all seen too often. However, this time it looks like it’s pretty serious. The folks...

Facebook CEO kicks off company’s first earnings conference call

07/26/2012, Facebook hosted its first earnings conference call today since the company went public earlier this year. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg kicked the conference by discussing the company’s overall business plan and vision for the future. Zuckerberg...

Facebook introduces the recommendations bar

07/26/2012, Facebook today announced on its developer blog the introduction of a new feature: the recommendation bar. It is a new social plug-in that helps people find articles based on what their friends like and share from that site. In case you were wondering how...

Google now lets you search with your handwriting

07/26/2012, If you’ve got a mobile device and want a new way to search Google without using your on-screen keyboard, you’re in luck. Google today announced a new feature for its mobile website: Handwrite. In case you’re in a place where it’s...