News tagged ‘internet’

Friday, 3 Jun 2011

Sony Pictures Servers Hacked?

Sony Pictures Servers Hacked?

Sony reportedly suffered another hack attack yesterday. This time, a group of hackers claims to have accessed the SonyPictures.com servers and compromised personal data belonging to one million customers, which the group said it then posted in a file on its website.

Thursday, 2 Jun 2011

Facebook Malware Infects PC And Mac Users

Facebook Malware Infects PC And Mac Users

Facebook users should be aware of a new trojan which infects both Mac and PC users with malware.

Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Beware Of

Beware Of "Enable Dislike Button" Scam On Facebook

An "Enable Dislike" button scam is making its rounds on Facebook. Take heed.

Thursday, 17 Mar 2011

IE9 Downloaded More than 2 Million Times Since Release

IE9 Downloaded More than 2 Million Times Since Release

Microsoft's new Web browser, Internet Explorer 9, was downloaded over 2 million times since its release on Monday evening.

Friday, 17 Dec 2010

Opera 11 Available for Download

Opera 11 Available for Download

Opera announced on Thursday that the eleventh major version of its eponymous Web browser is now available for download.

Tuesday, 14 Dec 2010

Survey Shows Internet as Popular as TV

Survey Shows Internet as Popular as TV

A recent survey by Forrester has revealed that Americans are now spending as much time online as watching television.

Monday, 6 Dec 2010

Facebook Conducts Facelift For Profile Pages

Facebook Conducts Facelift For Profile Pages

Facebook is redesigning the profile pages of its users to make it more of a reflection of their real lives and emphasize one of the site's most popular features, photos.

Google Fails to Land Groupon

Google Fails to Land Groupon

Google's attempt to land Groupon appears to have broken down, making it the search giant's second failed acquisition of a social startup.

Thursday, 2 Dec 2010

Google Tweaks Search Algorithm to Handle Negative Publicity

Google Tweaks Search Algorithm to Handle Negative Publicity

Google has tweaked its search engine so that negative publicity will not garner a higher search rank.

Tuesday, 23 Nov 2010

World Wide Web Creator Calls for Continued Open Standards and Neutrality

World Wide Web Creator Calls for Continued Open Standards and Neutrality

Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web, has released an essay calling for open standards to be maintained for the internet.

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