Mobile carriers seem to battle it out more often than guests on that “not-to-be-named” popular daytime talk show. If it’s not over plan pricing and data packages, it’s over who does or doesn’t have the iPhone. But now with that available in nearly every major carrier, who or what will enter the ring for the next blood bath of advertising cage matches? Contracts and Upgrades….Let’s Get Ready to Rumble
If you’ve ever been concerned about the integrity of your Facebook account, and keeping out the online creepers, there is a simple step you can take that will greatly increase the security of your social soap box.
Tim Cook says to expect “an army of new products this fall”. Apple has already announced the release of new Mac Pro’s, Mac Airs, OS X Mavericks and most importantly the newly designed iOS 7 during WWDC 2013. So what other brigade of products can we expect to see marching in as we await for Apple to ‘release the Kraken’?
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.