Another big-ticket hacking attack has rocked the technological world again. This time it’s Microsoft, which has borne the brunt of the hackers' click.
Insecurities must be plaguing the minds of nearly 250,000 people with user accounts at Twitter Inc., as their accounts may have been hacked. Some anonymous hackers have been busy this week and they are suspected to have gained access to user account names, passwords, and emails of many Twitter users, announced the Twitter representatives.
Stamped, the micro-reviews service started by former Googlers, announced tonight a service revamp and some celebrity-heavy lineup of new investors.
The New York Times announced Thursday that it is erecting pay wall for access to its website and mobile apps, and will start charging its online readers starting March 28.
The days of the subsidized Kindle -- perhaps even down to zero -- may be on the way. Amazon.comannounced last night that magazine and newspaper publishers will be able to begin receiving a 70% slice of Kindle-based subscriptions, net of delivery costs.
New York, December 24 -- Apple is preparing something big for next month, and if reports are to be believed, it could be the announcement of the much awaited, long-rumored tablet computer.
Los Angeles, CA, December 9 -- Google, in collaboration with highly respected newspapers like The New York Times, and The Washington Post, has revealed a new online news experiment called “Living Stories”.