SEARCH 

Custom menu title

India in Top Three List Of World's Most Spam Spewing Nations
Rediff.com  | 
Just 20 Internet Service Providers (ISPs) out of over 42,201 are responsible for spreading 50 percent of junk mails, phishing attacks and other malicious messages on internet, a survey has revealed.  


Google Reader to Shut Down: Users Can Export Data Using Google Takeout
ANI  | 
Internet search giant Google has announced that it will be retiring its RSS feed aggregator, Google Reader. Google said in its company blog that the usage of Google Reader has declined, and as a company they are pouring all their energy into fewer products.   The Reader application, which will be retired on July 1, was launched in 2005 in an effort to make it easy for people to discover and keep tabs on their favourite websites, the Telegraph reports.  


Facebook Planning To Adapt Twitter's Iconic Hashtag Style
ANI  | 
Social networking giant Facebook is planning to adopt Twitter's iconic hashtag symbol, a report has said.   According to a report by The Wall Street Journal reports, users of the globally popular one-to-many messaging service Twitter use # or pound symbols as a hashtag to indicate subjects in tweets.   Twitter added a hashtag search feature to make it easy for users to find messages focused on themes or happenings of interest, News.com.au reports.  


Hotmail, Outlook Hit By Lengthy Fault, Microsoft Confirms
ANI  | 
Microsoft has said the users of Outlook and Hotmail webmail services have been hit by a lengthy fault.   A status message informed users about the issues, with the company adding it was 'working to restore service right now'.   According to the BBC, users reported not seeing emails that should have reached their accounts.  


Facebook Newsfeed Is Now Personalized Newspaper: Changes We Must Know
ANI  | 
Facebook is set to revamp its Newsfeed, and unveiled a design that will focus on photos, graphics and video. He comes out with its completely new look similar to his rival google plus social network.  


Facebook Launching Content and Music-Specific News Feeds
ANI  | 
This is first time when social networking giant Facebook is setting up a major transform to the news feed since it release in 2006. According to reports, we may possibly see numerous news feeds based on categories, such as Instagram photos and music your friends are listening to and artist updates. Facebook will reportedly launch a new News Feed on Thursday.


Google Transparency Report Says FBI Monitoring Web for Terrorist Activity
PTI  | 
As part of the Google Transparency Report, the Internet giant this week released data on so-called National Security Letters -- official requests for data under the Patriot Act passed after the September 11, 2001 attacks.   But Google said it was only allowed to provide broad ranges of numbers: in the years from 2009 to 2012, for example, it received between zero and 999 requests. The requests affected between 1,000 and 1,999 accounts, except in 2010 when the range was 2,000 to 2,999 accounts, Google said.


ANI  | 
Google has begun the process of digitally mapping (also called digital cartography is the process by which a collection of data is compiled and formatted into a virtual image)an area closest to Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant, which was crippled following the disastrous earthquake and tsunami in March 2011. The Japan's worst nuclear disaster displaced 21,000 residents of Namie, one of the towns near Fukushima.  


Facebook Founders Moskovitz and Zuckerberg in the List Of Top Billionaires
ANI  | 
Facebook Founders Moskovitz and Zuckerberg in the List Of Top Billionaires. The founders of social networking giant Facebook, Dustin Moskovitz and Mark Zuckerberg, is found on the list of the world's top billionaires, according to a survey.   The Recent list released by Forbes, Moskovitz and Mark Zuckerberg, at the tender age of 28, are the youngest billionaires, with net worths of 3.8 billion dollars and 13.3 billion dollars respectively.  


Newsletter

Get all the technology updates on your email