You know what they say… “once something is on the internet it will stay there forever”. Truth is, the information you share online or the account your create may stay in a site’s database forever, but most of the time you can control whether that information will be shown publicly or not.…Read More »
Manu Cornet explains how to recognize Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Apple employees.Read More »
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced Internet.org, a new group that aims to bring the whole world online.
Today, the internet is only accessible to one-third of the world’s population. So Facebook is partnering with companies like Samsung, Nokia, Qualcomm and Ericsson on little initiatives to get the next 5 billion people online.…Read More »
Trying to emphasize just how much activity is going on all over the internet at any given moment is definitely nothing new, but the website One Second on the Internet does the job in an attractive and easy-to-understand manner.
Each icon represents activities like how many Skype calls were made and Tweets that were tweeted every second.…Read More »
This comic is a bit late seeing as we are already halfway through August 2013, but it is still funny.Read More »
“Who would win in a fight; Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye, Black Widow, The Incredible Hulk?”Read More »
Don’t like ads on your Facebook News Feed? Well, have some video ads then! A report from Bloomberg says that Facebook is looking into increasing their advertising revenue by adding video advertisements to the social network.
Facebook will reportedly give companies the option to purchase 15-second spots (same length as standard TV ads) that will appear on users’ News Feeds.…Read More »
22-year-old Matthew Weaver is no longer a student at California State University San Marcos; he’s now doing a one year course at California State Prison for hacking his school election. Apparently, Weaver was hell bent on becoming the next student body president, so he sought out to rig the votes and did something even stupider after being caught.…Read More »
One of Facebook’s archival features has accidentally exposed the contact information of around 6 million of its users. This includes email addresses and phone numbers that users may or may not have wanted shared with all their contacts.
The security bug comes from Facebook’s archive feature, which you can see pictured below.…Read More »
…What would they be like?Read More »
Facebook and Microsoft reveal NSA data request numbers in transparency reports, Google and Twitter refuse due to restrictions
More than two weeks after the NSA’s secret surveillance program, PRISM, was leaked to the world, the companies involved are understandably still taking some heat from its users. Facebook and Microsoft, however, have worked out a deal with the US government to begin including national security-related requests in its transparency reports.…Read More »
I’m sure we all know a person or two who needs to go here.Read More »
Are you outraged at snooping vis-a-vis NSA? Let the world hear it on social networks!Read More »
Share settings: “Close Friends and the CIA”, “Only the CIA”, “Only me and the CIA”, “Friends and the CIA”, “Public”Read More »
This idiot posts hate about his/her boss on Facebook. Boss sees it. S/he gets fired.Read More »
Pepsi debuts the ‘like machine’, a vending machine that gives out free sodas if you ‘like’ Pepsi on Facebook
Pretty soon, you may be able to get a free Pepsi from a cola dispenser just by “liking” the brand on Facebook. Pepsi rolled out a device called the ‘like machine,’ which basically spits out a can of soda to fans who ‘like’ the related Facebook page.…Read More »
If babies (toddlers) could post on Facebook, what would they say?Read More »
One of the most common uses for a smartphone these days is to take pictures and videos of excursions, events or just daily activities. Pretty much everyone has a camera on them at all times now, and it’s safe to say that a lot of devices have their local storage filled with personal photos.…Read More »
The Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act in the United State allows law enforcement to wiretap internet communications, like VoIP (typically a warrant is needed for such wiretaps but there are so many “national security” loopholes nowadays, it is hard to tell).…Read More »
It looks like Facebook Home’s great advertising worked, because TechCrunch has reported that the app/OS overlay was downloaded over 500,000 times in just 5 days after launch. This is a pretty good number, because Facebook Home is only available on select devices for now.…Read More »
Uploading images to Facebook is pretty easy, if you’re not uploading them in large quantities. Downloading images from Facebook and saving them on your computer can be a colossal pain, especially since you have to download them one at a time.…Read More »
Different countries have different habits and etiquette when it comes to communicating. For example, it is common practice in some parts of Scandinavia to first text a person before calling them, to ensure that now is a good time to talk.…Read More »