Facebook is known as one of the most popular networking sites, many believe it is by far the largest social network around.
Same is the result of the survey that was recently performed by Pew Research Center. In their survey, the professionals looked at late 2012 data for the social networking landscape and as was expected, Facebook stood at the first position.
According to a blog posted by the social network on Friday, the security team of Facebook discovered the attempts meant to attack Facebook's systems last month. It was a sophisticated attack and occurred when a few employees visited a mobile developer website that was compromised, said Facebook.
Google has recently announced in its statements about its chairman's plans of selling $2.5 bn of its shares over the next year.
Recently Facebook was found redirecting users searching different sites. Through cryptic error messages it almost killed the internet.
Fleshing out the situation, it so happened that there was an issue with the Facebook Connect API. The users were redirected to the Facebook error page.
During a meet of U. S. mayors in Washington, D. C. today, the Federal Communications Commission's chairman, Julius Genachowski, shared his views to install gigabit speed broadband services in all the 50 states by 2015.
A recent research has claimed that there are fair chances of teenage girls falling victim to meeting their online friends in reality, which might prove to be risky for them.
It has happened from last month only that Facebook has started charging $1 fee from people, who want to send a message to others, whom they do not know. Otherwise, Facebook used to provide poking and messaging service free of cost.
A recent report talks about what the Department of Homeland Security warned about. It has apparently issued a clear warning in the context of Java so that all those who are using it, can get it disabled. It was done after they managed to nail down some security issues.
In recent news, a youngster who posted something like "Drivin drunk ... classsic ;) but to whoever's vehicle i hit i am sorry. :P" on his facebook is in police custody now.
A new report claims that it is not only Apple, which has realized flaws in its maps, but Google's maps can also not be guaranteed as flawless. Though, Apple Inc, the biggest tech giant, has allowed the same to enter iOS.
An unpatched flaw in some Internet Explorer versions is being actively used by attackers, who are installing on Windows systems nasty code, a new report has unveiled.
Microsoft has been claiming that it is now working on to fix the error. Saturday, the company said that engineers have been offering temporary workarounds unless and until a permanent fix is found.
Google is known for observing historic events across the year in its own unique style by coming up with stylish and interactive doodle. This time, it has gone all the way to become more creative and has come with a doodle to mark New Year's Eve 2013.
2012 is heading towards its end and so this news brings the five biggest stories of 2012 on Twitter, which proves it to be forming an integral part of everyone's everyday life.
In 2012, micro-blogging service became truly mainstream because:
A recent report has been claiming that the recent decision taken by Instagram calls for it to justify it being a business entity. It is being said that a change in Terms of Service (TOS) not in favour of customers questions its billion dollar price tag.
When the internet came twenty years ago, no one ever imagined it will take over the whole world in so less time and of course, it was never known that it will prove so highly useful.
Sunday, it was revealed by Twitter, the popular social networking site that Instagram has decided to pull out photo images from its popular photo sharing service.
Is there any need to regulate internet? Well, there has been a meeting conducted last week by a secretive international organization called the ITU in Dubai on the same. It was in the year 1947 that the International Telecommunication Union was incorporated as a part of the United Nations, though the company was started in 1865.
A team of researchers says that if one has been unable to sleep just wondering how and what kind of their image sniveling snail would put on Facebook, there is a hint.
Telecommunications firm EE has increased 4G (fourth-generation) mobile broadband data allowances for old and new customers by nearly 60 per cent.
EE was the first telecommunications firm in the UK to launch the high-speed network on 30th of October, but its initial prices were deemed very high by customers.
There has been so much said about Facebook Photo Syncing, and here it is very much available for all users of Facebook for iOS. It allows photos to get automatically uploaded to your Facebook account.
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