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iOS 4.1 now available for iPhone and iPod Touch

In a way it's odd and unusual that technology companies, that usually want you to buy the very latest version of the thing you only bought a year ago, are so willing […]

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Paper.li, Create Your Own Twitter Newspaper

A Twitter newspaper? How can that work considering that Twitter limits the number of characters to 140? That were my questions when I first heard about Paper.li, a web service that offers […]

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Facebook Adds Remote Logout Feature

Not logging out can be a huge privacy risk, especially on public computers but also on other computer systems that multiple users have access to. Why is that? Because everyone accessing the […]

Apple applies for anti-Jailbreak [spy] patent

Jailbreaking Apple's iPhones has has a lot of publicity of late with new tools making it easier than ever before to unlock the iPhone so it can be used across networks and […]

Windows Live Sync for Mac now Available

Windows Live Sync, formerly Live Mesh and part of the new Windows Live Essentials 2011 Suite is now available for the Apple Mac, as reported by Windows Observer.  The beta can be […]

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Facebook Places, New Location Based Service

Facebook has been working on a location based service for quite some time now. Yesterday they revealed the new Facebook service Places at their mystery press event. Facebook Places is an location […]

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Tweak Auto Post, Desktop App To Schedule Twitter Posts

Most users of the popular messaging platform Twitter use the website to post their messages. Some users may use browser add-ons, mobile devices, or desktop applications as well, as they offer several […]

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Facebook 'dislike' scam

Many users of the social networking site Facebook have long been asking for a dislike button and now it looks like they've got what they were asking for... or have they?  Be […]

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Failed Facebook Login Attempts Reveal Private Information

Facebook does not seem to come to rest these days when it comes to privacy. A new bug was discovered on Wednesday by researcher Atul Agarwal, which allowed anyone to match an […]

Troubled iPhone Chief leaves Apple

The iPhone 4 has not been a phone launch without controversy, namely the Antennagate scandal.  Now Mark Papermaster, the executive in charge of engineering at the Cupertino company, has left only weeks […]

iPhone / iPad Security Flaw Risk

Hackers have moved in the last few years away from attacking platforms such as Windows, and instead on to attacking software.  This is in a large part because the security of operating […]

Twitter sees 20 billionth tweet

Twitter's micro-blogging service has always been popular, and with people such as Stephen Fry entertaining the masses, it's popularity can only grow as more and more people sign up to follow the […]

Apple updates iMac and Mac Pro computers

It's not all good news this, sorry to have to break that to you early on.  Apple have updated their iMac and Mac Pro computers for 2010 / 2011 and they have […]

Apple profits up on iPad and iPhone 4

Apple profits leapt past expectations for the three months to June 26th on the back of the iPad and iPhone 4 launches. The company's income was $3.25bn (£2.1bn) for the period, up […]

Apple calls surprise iPhone4 Press Conference

Apple has called a surprise new conference for Friday 16th July to talk about the iPhone 4.  The company has refused to give details about whether they will talk about the antenna […]

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How To Add An RSS Feed To A Facebook Page

Facebook, love it or hate it. I never really used the social networking site much; not my thing to share quizzes, games and all the other things users share on the site. […]

Outlook / Facebook Social Connector out today

Microsoft is going to release the Facebook social connector for Outlook later today according to Neowin.  The connector allows you to integrate your Facebook contacts into Outlook to view things like their status […]

Facebook agrees to "Panic Button"

After many months of pressure, social networking site Facebook has agreed to put a panic button for children and teenagers, according to the BBC. The button will reports abuse to the UK […]