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IE10 And Firefox Gain Market Share, Chrome Declines

IE10 And Firefox Gain Market Share, Chrome Declines

Internet Explorer continues to be the undisputed champion in browser wars. Between April and May, IE was able to gain 0.18 percent in its total share, effectively grabbing 55.99 percent of the overall browser arena. Chrome, on the other hand, has slipped down from 16.35 percent market share to 15.74 percent.

By On June 3, 2013 Respond
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US And China Set To Meet Over Cybersecurity Issues

US And China Set To Meet Over Cybersecurity Issues

Cybersecurity has emerged as a major espionage tool in recent years, one that can be used by individual nations. In the past, China has been repeatedly accused of using hackers to steal industrial and military designs from U.S. firms. To discuss the matter, U.S. and China are all set to meet next month.

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Yahoo Mail Classic Shutting Down Today

Yahoo Mail Classic Shutting Down Today

Yahoo has been clamping down on a number of its older services in recent months. The company rolled out a new email interface a while ago and now, it has announced that it will be shuttering Yahoo Mail Classic, which features the older interface, on June 3.

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Judge Says FBI Won’t Need Warrant To Access Google User Information

Judge Says FBI Won’t Need Warrant To Access Google User Information

In the recent past, FBI has devised National Security Letter (NSL), a document that allows the agency to force tech companies into divulging protected data. Google had lodged a request against 19 of such letters it received but a federal judge has now ruled that the company should comply with these letters.

By On June 2, 2013 1 Response
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LinkedIn Starts Offering Two-Step Login, After Twitter

LinkedIn Starts Offering Two-Step Login, After Twitter

Two-step verification has proved a very effective method in keeping online accounts secure. In the past, services such as Microsoft, Evernote and Twitter have started the use of the verification method. LinkedIn has also joined the list.

By On June 1, 2013 Respond
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Wall Street Journal Plans To Launch Finance-Related Social Network

Wall Street Journal Plans To Launch Finance-Related Social Network

In the past few years, we have seen a number of social network start from nothing and rise to become some of the most popular web dwellings. These include the likes of Facebook and Twitter. Now, Wall Street Journal is planning of launching a social network of its own, one that will be focused on finance.

By On June 1, 2013 1 Response
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Social Tools Increase Employee Productivity, Microsoft Study Suggests

Social Tools Increase Employee Productivity, Microsoft Study Suggests

The social media has virtually exploded in recent years, acquiring an audience of more than a billion world over. However, most social tools are usually banned in workplaces simply because executives tend to think these tools are a waste of time. A new Microsoft study suggests that these tools actually enhance the productivity of the employees.

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Send People Self-destructing Messages Via OTR App From Your Computer!

Send People Self-destructing Messages Via OTR App From Your Computer!

We all know that Snapchat is an immensely popular app which allows users to send out self-destructing photos, videos or texts. Last Thursday, New York-based app maker Lamplighter Games launched a new browser app named ‘Off The Record (OTR)’ that lets users send messages and that disappear within 5 seconds of being read.

By On May 30, 2013 Respond
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Facebook Takes Down Pages Inciting Violence Against Women

Facebook Takes Down Pages Inciting Violence Against Women

Although Facebook tends to automatically monitor the pages that are hosted on it, a number of such pages have long existed on the social network which directly incite violence against women. Now, thanks to a concerted campaign by activists, the social network has pulled the plug on many such pages.

By On May 30, 2013 1 Response
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Twitter CEO Compares The Network To A Modern Town Square

Twitter CEO Compares The Network To A Modern Town Square

Over the recent years, Twitter has emerged as the key platform where conversations about major happening events occur in real-time. The CEO of the company, Dick Costolo, has termed the micro-blogging site as the modern-day global town square.

By On May 30, 2013 Respond
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Gmail Is Getting Brand New Inbox Today That Puts You Back In Control [How-To Guide]

Gmail Is Getting Brand New Inbox Today That Puts You Back In Control [How-To Guide]

Email is very important part of our life now, but lets admit, its getting clutter day-by-day. There been lots of discussion, customization, apps, tools to make inbox less clutter, make it more useful. Today Google rolling out a new Inbox for Gmail, which in their language puts user back in control. So whats new this update have? And when and how you could get this new feature? We will try to answer all of those question below.

By On May 30, 2013 Respond
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PayPal Refuses To Pay Teenager Over Finding Website Vulnerability

PayPal Refuses To Pay Teenager Over Finding Website Vulnerability

A number of companies try to keep their websites and services in check by offering ‘bounty’ on the discovery of new bugs and vulnerabilities. PayPal is also a part of this list, offering rewards for such findings under its ‘Bug Bounty Program.’ However, the company recently refused to pay a teenager after he found a vulnerability in its website.

By On May 29, 2013 Respond
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More Than 60 Investors Form BitAngels, Meant For Bitcoin Startups

More Than 60 Investors Form BitAngels, Meant For Bitcoin Startups

Bitcoin finally seems to be gaining momentum in the cyber arena. Although the virtual currency has suffered many setbacks, it is now being increasingly used by more and more vendors and users. Now, more than 60 investors have joined hands to create BitAngels, which will serve as an incubator for Bitcoin startups.

By On May 29, 2013 Respond
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Facebook May Overhaul ‘Notes’ To Compete With Tumblr

Facebook May Overhaul ‘Notes’ To Compete With Tumblr

Facebook ‘Notes’ have been around for nearly as long as the social network itself. In Facebook’s early days, Notes really did take off, but they have declined in popularity in recent times. Facebook may be on its way to regain its audience by overhauling ‘Notes’ and pitting it directly in competition with Tumblr.

By On May 28, 2013 Respond
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Chinese Hackers Steal Australian Spy Agency Headquarter Blueprints

Chinese Hackers Steal Australian Spy Agency Headquarter Blueprints

Over the past few years, Chinese hackers have regularly indulged in cyber espionage, stealing sensitive information ranging from that about weaponry to industrial designs and a lot more. Now, it has transpired that these hackers have stolen the blueprints of the headquarters of Australia’s top spy agency.

By On May 28, 2013 1 Response
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