Online microblogging service, Twitter, could soon be accessible on your mobile phone even if you do not have an active data plan. To make this possible, Twitter Inc. is reportedly planning a tie-up with a Singaporean company, U2opia.
Eight tech giants have joined hands Monday to reform the US Government’s surveillance practices. To start the public campaign, the web firms- Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, AOL, Yahoo and LinkedIn- have set-up an alliance called Reform Government Surveillance group.
In the latest spate of online data breaches, more than 2 million Facebook, Google, Twitter and other web services have been stolen and circulated online. This massive online data theft has prompted both the social media companies and security experts to take actions.
Social networking giant Facebook is reportedly in early stage discussions to acquire an Indian app monitoring solutions startup. As per the sources, Facebook is ready to make a splash in the country with the acquisition of Bengaluru-based Little Eye Software Labs Pvt Ltd.
Twitter ready to rival Facebook, is that so? Twitter has also decided to get revolutionary and will be showcasing videos and photos along with its 140 character messages. Is this the latest Twitter offering as the company is all ready for “stock selling” to the public?
Syrian Electronic Army, the hacker group of Syria that supports the Assad regime has undertaken responsibility for hacking the link of Obama’s campaign on Monday. The group said that it redirected the shortened service links of Twitter and Facebook accounts of the President to one among the propaganda videos of the group.
Micro-blogging site Twitter Inc. announced Tuesday that it will list on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) as it prepares for one of the highly anticipated initial public offerings (IPOs) of the year.
Latest Buzz in the cyber world is the cyber fraud virus which targets social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn. In this world of fraud a stolen credit card number is five times less worth than a fake Instagram fan.
In a crackdown on nasty behavior and a deluge of threatening messages directed at users of the site, Twitter has unveiled a new anti-abusive policy.
Oops Facebook, you are not as lucky as Twitter it seems! The hashtags maybe a rage on Twitter but seem to be letting down Facebook, folks. They just don’t work that well on this social networking website. They remain a fun strategy for Facebook rather than pay off says the study!