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Facebook have added more security against phishing and malware scammers, by partnering with security firm Websense. As of next week, users will now be warned that they are about to be taken to a malicious website, if the user is directed to do so. Facebook currently only tells users if they ... Continue Reading

Posted in: Facebook

It fair to say that the riots in London and other areas of the UK have cause mass confusion and panic in and amongst its streets. But due to the power of social media the cleanup has begun. Twitter profiles and Facebook groups having been popping up all over the place, to combat the senseless ... Continue Reading

Posted in: Uncategorized | Facebook |

A sneaky software developer and researcher have uncovered evidence of an "unannounced" Facebook music service. Jeff Rose blogged that after the launch of Facebook Video Chat, he decided to examine the code that the new feature requires to function correctly, finding that it made reference ... Continue Reading

Posted in: Facebook

As most expected, the exciting news released this week regarding Facebook, would be its partnership with Skype, offering one on one video calls between online users. Although potentially exciting for the now 750 Million active users of Facebook, industry experts have been quick to note the ... Continue Reading

Posted in: Google | Facebook |

It was announced last week, that Facebook were about to release something awesome, and the rumour mill has beem churning as to what this might be. The most likely one is the announcement of "Skype" video integration onto Facebook, most likely to rival the video chat tol on the new ... Continue Reading

Posted in: Google | Facebook |

After weeks of speculations and wrangling, News Corporation has sold its ailing social networking site MySpace to online advertising firm Specific Media. Back in 2005 Rupert Murdochs News Corp paid $580 million for Myspace, but users and advertisers left the site for the ever increasingly ... Continue Reading

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With the news last week that the Winklevoss twins had dropped their long running discpute with Facebook, it seems the legal proceedings have started again with a fresh lawsuit against the company. In it, the twins claim that Facebook had "intentionally or inadvertently suppressed evidence" ... Continue Reading

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The Winklevoss brothers, Harvard contemporaries of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, have ended their legal battle with the social network. They reached a $65m (£41m) settlement in 2008, after claiming that Mr Zuckerberg stole their idea. The legal spat was famously immortalised in the ... Continue Reading

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