27 September 2011

Logging Out Of Facebook Is Not Enough

Logging Out Of Facebook Is Not Enough - gHacks Technology News
By Martin Brinkmann
You may know that your browser sends information to Facebook whenever you visit a web page that hosts a Facebook Like or Share button or other Facebook content.
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US Must Work Effectively With China on Technology Deals | The ...
By Jim Greenberger
Last week Senator Carl Levin and Senator Debbie Stabenow wrote to U.S..
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UWHS Giveaway: Win 5 Pairs of Tickets to the London International ...
By Andrew Edney
Next month see's the London International Technology Show taking place at London's ExCel centre. We have 5 pairs of tickets to giveaway – and here are the winners.
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Read 'How to try out the new Facebook Timeline feature right now' from our blog Technology News Blog on Yahoo! News. If you've heard the buzz about ...

Apple Already Fearing Amazon Tablet Launch?
Fox News
Amazon.com is expected to reveal its entry in the volcanic tablet computer market on Wednesday, a $250 gizmo analysts say could be the first real threat to the iPad's market domination. And even Apple appears to be getting worried. ...
Facebook: Tracking Your Web Activity Even After You Log Out?
PC Magazine
By Chloe Albanesius Facebook is no stranger to privacy-related controversies, and in the wake of last week's effort to expand the company's "open graph" concept, there are renewed concerns that the social-networking site is tracking your Web activity ...
Electronic Arts' Star Wars set for late December launch
By Carmel Crimmins DUBLIN, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Electronic Arts Inc (ERTS.O) will launch its multiplayer role-playing game "Star Wars: The Old Republic" just before the Christmas holidays in Europe and North America, but fans in Asia will have to wait ...
How to Think About Windows on ARM
PC Magazine
By Tim Bajarin The first time I went to see Microsoft, it was still up in Bellevue, Washington and it employed about 70 people. This is a company that I have followed even closer than Apple over the years and I've interacted with almost all of its ...
Falcone's LightSquared Defends GPS-Jamming Fix In National Ads
Wall Street Journal
By Greg Bensinger Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--Billionaire Phil Falcone's LightSquared wireless venture took out full-page newspaper ads to defend its plans to fix interference its network may cause to global-positioning systems used by ...
2000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls go online
USA Today
JERUSALEM (AP) – Two thousand years after they were written and decades after they were found in desert caves, some of the world-famous Dead Sea Scrolls went online for the first time on Monday in a project launched by Israel's national museum and web ...
Samsung and Apple clash in Dutch court
By Mikael Rickn√§s IDG News Service - The legal battle between Apple and Samsung continued on Monday in a district court hearing in The Hague, Netherlands, during which the two companies argued the merits of four Samsung patents. ...
Broadcom Rolls Out Near-Field Chips to Target NXP, Samsung
By Olga Kharif Sept. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Broadcom Corp. said today that it's introducing a new line of near-field communication chips, which can turn smartphones and consumer electronics into mobile wallets. The semiconductors are 90 percent more ...
Pentagon to Help Defend Cyber Networks
Fox News
| AP July 20, 2010: Josh Mayeux, network defender, works at the Air Force Space Command Network Operations & Security Center at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado. WASHINGTON – As hackers and hostile nations launch increasingly ...
Facebook Policies Tricky for Employers, Workers
Fox News
Who doesn't like scrapbooks? Facebook's latest creation is called timeline and it's poised to turn social media on its head by completely revamping the Facebook profile and seeking to tell your life story in one place. You've heard it before – be ...
Monkeys at typewriters 'close to reproducing Shakespeare'
Millions of virtual monkeys have almost typed out the entire works of Shakespeare by bashing random keys on simulated typewriters. By Nick Collins, Science Correspondent The virtual monkeys, created by an American programmer, have already typed up the ...
Zynga's Most Popular Game, CityVille, Comes to Google+
The two companies have been partners from the beginning of Google+ Games. Google is an investor in Zynga, and when the gaming platform launched in August, one of its first 16 game titles was Zynga Poker. CityVille has drawn a lot more traffic to ...
Nielsen: Last 3 months saw twice as many Android buyers as iPhone purchasers
Mobile Burn
According to research firm Nielsen's latest data on smartphone purchasers in the US, there were twice as many buyers of Android smartphones compared to those that bought the iPhone in the past three months. Nielsen's report showed that 58 percent of ...
I Am Alive Gets an ESRB Rating
By Chris Pereira, 09/26/2011 Ubisoft has continued to be very quiet about the subject of I Am Alive. Short of confirming it's still in the works, it hasn't shown anything new in quite a long time. A teaser trailer popped up on YouTube last month and ...
Samsung announces its Omnia W smartphone
By Chris Martin KOREAN HARDWARE GIANT Samsung has unveiled its Omnia W smartphone, which will run Windows Phone 7 (WP7) Mango. This handset will be Samsung's first to run the WP7 Mango operating system. It will be powered by a 1.4GHz processor and have ...
Uncharted 3 PS3 hangs in top three 'Most Wished For'
Punch Jump
By Marcus Lai On September 26, 2011 · In News, Playstation 3, Retail, Systems Sony Corp.'s Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception for the Playstation 3 held in the top three 'Most Wished For' game titles at Amazon.com Inc. due to strong demand. ...
Will You Ever Pay for Facebook? It Won't Let You
International Business Times
Facebook is dramatically changing its designs and features, but one thing will remain unchanging on the fast-changing social media giant: you will never pay to use Facebook services. The widespread rumor that Facebook will soon make its users pay...
Providence's municipal website disabled by hacker
Providence Journal
PROVIDENCE — The city's website was briefly disabled Sunday morning after a computer hacker gained access to a server run by the company that hosts the site. David Ortiz, spokesman for Mayor Angel Taveras, said the incident affected sites that are ...
Microsoft, Apple in the hot seat over anti-gay link
Connect with TechFlash on our Facebook page for all the latest technology news headlines and commentary, plus information and access to special events, photos from events, promotions and more. A group of big-name retailers, including Microsoft, ...
Modern Warfare 3 Spec Ops Impressions: Koalition In Paris
The Koalition
Last week at the Eurogamer Expo we got the chance to play Modern Warfare 3′s Spec Ops mode. Now for those that don't know, this is basically Call of Duty's take on Horde mode (from Gears of War). Me and fellow Koalition writer Carl Daniel teamed up to ...
Google+ update brings hangouts to iPhone
By Josh Wright Mon, Sep 26, 2011 @ 8:23 AM When Google+ for iPhone launched, we were pretty amped on it, but noted the obvious lack of Hangouts. We felt that Hangouts was one of the most alluring features Google+ had going for it, and was a solid ...
Dealing With an Identity Hijacked on the Online Highway
New York Times
By NOAM COHEN DESPITE his prominent position as a Republican candidate for president, Rick Santorum has lost control of his online identity. And for all the snickering online about it, his predicament stands as a chilling example of what it means to be ...
Samsung Galaxy S2 Release Date: Review Part 1 - Body and Camera
Christian Post
By Vincent Funaro | Christian Post Reporter With the Samsung Galaxy S2 launching on Sprint as the Epic 4G Touch earlier this month, Computerworld.com has now spent a week testing out the device to see if it was worth the hype. ...
Small Business Technology Tips
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Technology Media Publisher TechMediaNetwork Raises $33 Million ...
By Robin Wauters
TechMediaNetwork (TMN), a publisher of technology and science media, this morning announced that it has raised $33 million in funding in a Series B round led by ABS Capital Partners, with earlier backers Village Ventures and Highway 12 ...
Futurity.org – Technology 'reads mind' to make movies
By Yasmin Anwar-UC Berkeley
As yet, the technology can only reconstruct movie clips people have already viewed. However, the breakthrough paves the way for reproducing the movies inside our heads that no one else sees, such as dreams and memories, according to ...
We Have The Technology | Nullify Now!
By Nullify Now
Take the subject of technology. Breakthroughs in medical technology are wonderful in many respects. Yet that same technology is used to genetically modify the food we eat. Nano technologyis revolutionizing micro-computing. Yet that ...
Nullify Now!
Calorie Count Helps Dieters Via App Technology ...
By NYConvergence
NY-based Calorie Count's iPhone app was designed with speech-recognition technology supplied by iSpeech to aid dieters with their, often arduous, desire to monitor what they eat. Co-founder and vice president Igor Lebovic wanted his app ...

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