According to Friday reports, government authorities in Iraq have started blocking access to Facebook, Twitter, YouTubeand other websites and social media services in the country. There has been no official disclosure by the government about the reason behind blocking the services.
In a report released this week, cyber-security firm iSight Partners has revealed that a cyber-espionage campaign was launched in 2011 by Iran-based spies, who had created a fake news organization with the objective of surveillance against US and Israeli military targets.
According to North Korea Tech website, Google Maps directions are now available in North Korea; thanks to the addition of a path finding function which the Google Maps service has brought on to its map of the country.
In a Tuesday announcement, social network Facebook said that it is introducing a change to the News Feed of all its users, in an attempt to feature less auto-shared posts. The move is chiefly aimed at reducing auto-shared spam.
In a recent blog post, Microsoft has revealed that it has plans underway to launch Skype speech translator beta later this year.
Skype's Corporate VP Gurdeep Pall said in the blog post that the beta version of Skype's speech-translation technology will first be available as a Windows 8 beta app before the end of 2014.
With Pakistani officials having requested Twitter to withhold access to "blasphemous" and "unethical" content, dozens of tweets and accounts for users in Pakistan have been blocked by the microblogging site.
The Financial Times (FT) has revealed in a recent report that popular social network Facebook is apparently building a Snapchat-like video-chat app called 'Slingshot.'
With Google's annual I/O conference for developers scheduled to be held in San Francisco in June, it appears that wearable technology will apparently rule the roost at the event, together with an emphasis on better design.
On Friday, SweetLabs announced its latest offering --- its new 'App Install Platform', which underscores a service that aims to help hardware manufacturers (OEMs) in increasing their per-device revenue.
After a recent ruling from European court, Google revealed on Thursday that it will come up with a mechanism for link removal by the end of this month. Internet search giant Google will introduce easier way for consumers to request that links featuring their personal data be removed from the company's search engine.
In a recently-released official blog post, popular microblogging service Twitter has announced that its much-anticipated 'mute' button has been formally launched by the company. The 'mute' button will give Twitter users - both on the Web as well as on mobile - the ability to 'silence' the tweets of other users with just a few clicks.
On Monday, IBM launched a suite of new security tools and services to help businesses protect themselves against data theft.
The US Department of Homeland Security said in a Monday warning that Americans should, till further notice, avoid using Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) web browser because of a potential hacking risk resulting from a security flaw.
Google's Senior Vice President Vic Gundotra announced his departure from the company last Friday. Gundotra's announcement has triggered all kinds of assumptions about how his departure will affect the Google+ social networking platform, which had been his primary project for the major part of his 8-year stint at the company.
During the course of a recent event held at the Pinterest headquarters in San Francisco, the social media site's CEO Ben Silbermann revealed that the site has witnessed a noteworthy 50 percent growth in the last six months.
Earlier this month, popular microblogging service Twitter launched its new Web profiles to a select number of users, including new users. On Tuesday, the company said that the new profile design is now available for all Twitter users.
With the last-week disclosed 'Heartbleed' security vulnerability resulting from a small glitch in the OpenSSL software - a free program which secures several online communications - an amazing fact about the OpenSSL Software Foundation has come to light --- that is, the Foundation is run by just a handful of volunteers who work on a bare-bones budget.
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