LinkedIn isn’t what it use to be. Recently (and still ongoing at this time, currently…) we were a victim of LinkedIn’s arbitrary policy of deactivating accounts without cause or reason. Not only did they deactivate my personal account, but they…
Whether you’re driving or taking a selfie, you can control functions on your smartphone with a small wireless remote.
With the new feature, the privacy-oriented messaging service is tip-toeing into social media.
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While Apple Pay is the gold standard for safe card transactions, some partner banks are leaving customers vulnerable to fraud via identity theft thanks to weak checks when cards are added to Apple Pay, according to mobile commerce consultants Drop Labs. Some partner banks are consequently seeing fraud rates six times higher than with physical cards. For consumers, Apple […]
Four Labour, Conservative and Lib Dem peers try re-introduce Communications Data Bill powers to aid security services.
Hacktivists and angry gamers are becoming the main users of net attacks that knock sites offline by bombarding them with data, suggests a report
In an effort to catch up to rival services like Facebook, Twitter will now allow people to shoot, edit and post video directly from its mobile apps. Also, private messages on the service can now be sent to as many as 20 people.
You can now capture and share videos directly through the Twitter app.