The design app available from Apple's App Store makes it easy to create beautiful things and share them on social networks.
At issue is the finding nearly two years ago that Google Street View cars had been collecting payload data from unprotected Wi-Fi networks via code written for an experimental project.
The shuttered file-sharing website hired attorney Andrew Schapiro, but his firm's previous participation in cases involving movie, TV show and software companies has raised conflict of interest concerns.
The credit effectively means anyone who was on the fence about whether to try out the Windows Phone platform can essentially get on board for free if they buy one before the offer runs out.
It's one thing if you don't care if companies want to know everything about you, but it's quite another to be blind to the degree to which all sorts of entities want access to your personal data.
Defying the critics, consumers remain optimistic and hopeful that Google augmented reality glasses are coming soon.
Google CEO Larry Page published a public letter recently noting increased user numbers, and said the company’s social network is now integrated with 120 services, including Search, YouTube, and Android.
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A geo-location based app called Girls Around Me has raised eyebrows, but the real lesson is you need to be careful what you post online.
While privacy is important in online social settings, standing up for personal responsibility doesn't mean you are against online privacy.
The changes appear to be welcomed by users -- co-founder Ben Silbermann's blog post announcing the update has generated thousands of up votes and nearly 500 comments, many of them positive.
Here are a few tips to help you enjoy the popular social networking service and not worry about interfering with your ability to land that perfect job.
The question of whether Julian Assange can succeed in his bid is a good one, but he has the media savvy to make a go of it.
New Zealand authorities have admitted to making a procedural mistake before seizing Kim Dotcom's possessions.