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“Ransomware” looming on the Skype’s user-security

A malware threat is hounding Skype network and the users are advised to download the latest version of the Skype software to avoid a mishap which could cost them as much as $200 to fix up their PC.

Now, pay to increase post visibility on Facebook!

"Facebook is free and always will be," but conditions apply, says the company!

Tim Cook apologises for Apple's latest maps service

Tim Cook, Apple CEO

The Apple Maps service that iOS 6, the latest software update for Apple devices, provided has drawn flak worldwide for its endless errors and service problems. Earlier hesitant in acknowledging the problem, Apple has finally replied to the customers' frustrated queries through an open apology.

Delta to shut down regional carrier Comair

Delta Air Lines Inc. plans to close its Cincinnati-based Comair Inc. this fall, reflecting the high costs and declining ridership of the small, fuel-thirsty jets used by it and other regional carriers.

Low-cost airlines bring more satisfaction to passengers

We have been led to believe that bigger is better. Sadly, when it comes to air travel, this is not always the case. In fact, sometimes smaller airlines are better in terms of cost and customer satisfaction!

US gas prices down 5 cents in past two weeks

According to the nationwide Lundberg Survey of fuel prices released Sunday, regular unleaded gas in the United States touched $3.9127 a gallon, down by 5.44 cents in the past two weeks.

Web Freedom Encountering Greatest Threat Ever

Threats ranging from alleged governmental control to restrictive practices by Facebook and Apple are looming on the world web freedom more perilously than ever, reveals Google co-founder Sergey Brin in an interview with the Guardian on Monday.

Korean airliner diverted after bomb threat

A Korean passenger jet at the centre of an alleged bomb threat was forced to make an emergency landing at a military airbase on Vancouver Island Tuesday evening.

Twitter Set To Drag Spammers To Court

Twitter is now suing five websites accusing them of creating equipment that encourage spamming, as the microblogging pioneer combats an avalanche of automated tweets barraging real users with advertisements and viruses.