More than 6 million Facebook users and non-Facebook users private contact information is exposed by security bug.
Last week Facebook acknowledged the existence of a security bug that has been shrouded deep in its servers for the last year. Facebook first reported to its users that the bug inadvertently exposed the contact information of some 6 million personal accounts. But it seems as though Facebook isn’t admitting all the facts, and the leak of private information has extended much deeper and affected the private contact information of Non-Facebook users as well.
Facebook announced today that Instagram will be getting video support to it’s already popular photo sharing app. The feature goes live today and is set to rival the growing popularity of Twitter’s Vine app.
If you didn’t notice, sometime in the recent past when you picked up your iPhone, you might have seen a message that said “Carrier Settings Update: New settings required for your device have been installed”.
With three days of bass booming reveals, flashy upcoming game trailers, and people getting up close and personal with hands on demos of the new next gen consoles, it’s no doubt that this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo was marked as the biggest and best in years.
WWDC has come and gone, and for those not caught drowning in the wake of awe and amazement, the wave of anticipation is almost too much to handle for the things that are about to come.
Apple did not introduce their new iPhone, nor did we see a new iPad at this year’s WWDC 2013, but that’s not really a big surprise. What they did do was provide a shocking new look at their complete redesign of iOS 7, the new OS X Maverick, and the new Mac Air and Mac Pro.