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Google’s 2013 I/O schedule shows single keynote event

Google has published its 2013 I/O conference schedule, and it seems it is shaking things up a bit. Shirking the usual two-day keynote speeches, which …

EFF praises Twitter, slams Verizon over user data protection

Digital rights advocacy group Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has released their annual report of which companies are the best at protecting its …

Facebook profits rise despite drop in US visitors to its website

The Facebook website has lost 10 million visitors in the US and seen no growth in monthly visitors in the UK over the past year, according to data …

EFF: Apple Worse Than Facebook at Protecting Your Personal Data From the Government

When you think of a company that protects your privacy and personal data, Facebook is not usually the first one that springs to mind. However, the …

LinkedIn jazzes up user profiles with support for photos and videos

LinkedIn's profile pages have long resembled the traditional resume — a bland white page filled with black text — but today the company is changing that by turning profiles into something closer to a portfolio. Users can now include content such as photo galleries, videos, and slideshows in their …

How Funny Or Die got to be Google's top search result for 'sex'

Search for "sex" on Google, and you'd expect the top result to be some sort of porn. Not so: funny content farm Funny Or Die has managed to place first with one of its automatically generated topic pages, which collates videos and articles including "Eva Mendes Sex Tape," "Bar Rafaeli's Sex Tape …

DoD to grant Apple’s iOS 6 & Samsung Galaxy devices security approval for widespread use by US government agencies

The iPhone and iPad have already been cleared for use by a number of US government agencies, and in February the US Defense Department confirmed plans to open its networks to 100,000 new devices from Apple and Google by February of next year. Today, The Wall Street Journal reports the DoD is about …