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Premium-Inhalt. Facebook's purchase last week of Instagram, maker of a mobile photo-sharing app, for a staggering $1 billion dropped a lot of jaws everywhere, particularly among high tech pundits.
Premium-Inhalt. Internet activists are sounding the alarms on the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA, a bill that's headed for a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Premium-Inhalt. As one of the web's "big three" social networks, along with Facebook and Twitter, LinkedIn has grabbed its slice of the limelight as the space where professionals strategize their next career move. But that's an unnecessarily limiting way to view this powerhouse network. Over the last few years, LinkedIn has introduced myriad tools -- some free, some paid -- to help small businesses drive word of mouth about their brand. Here are just a few ways you can get started.
Premium-Inhalt. The Paper for iPad design app may remind you of popular photo app Instagram, which Facebook has agreed to acquire for roughly $1 billion in cash and stock, and the new offering is creating a lot of buzz since it became available for download a few weeks ago from Apple's App Store.
Premium-Inhalt. Google has been slapped with a $25,000 fine by the Federal Communications Commission for impeding the agency's investigation of some of the Internet search leader's data gathering practices -- a symbolic, but small penalty for a company worth $200 billion.
Premium-Inhalt. If you want to make music on your iPhone or iPad device you aren't just limited to GarageBand. Macworld takes a look at some of the newest and best apps for making music on iOS.
Premium-Inhalt. Mac users should make sure they have applied Apple's latest Java update and installed anti-virus software after a new Trojan targeting OS X was spotted in the wild.
Premium-Inhalt. Almost a year after Lodsys began sending legal threats to iOS app developers alleging patent infringement, Apple has been granted permission to intervene in the lawsuit.
Premium-Inhalt. When you're using the Internet every day as most of us are, it's hard to imagine a world without cyberspace, but that's the case for 20 percent of American adults, according to the .
Premium-Inhalt. The Department of Justice threw the book at Apple. Apple and several others threw their technical resources up against the Flashback various. And I threw together this very edition of the Weekly Wrap, highlighting most interesting and important stories from the past week.
Premium-Inhalt. Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom is finding that the now-shuttered file-sharing website he ran isn't the only thing that rubbed the U.S. government the wrong way -- his choice of legal representation has, too.
Premium-Inhalt. Smartphone maker Nokia has issued a software update to resolve data connection problems reported by users of the new Lumia 900 and it is offering a $100 AT&T bill credit to anyone who currently owns the handset or buys it before April 21.
Premium-Inhalt. International IT security managers' organisation ISACA has released a new business framework for the governance and management of enterprise IT.
Premium-Inhalt. Cloud storage leader Dropbox might have serious competition at last. LogMeIn has announced the beta of its rival 'Cubby' service, featuring higher data limits, a P2P data sync feature and the promise of user-managed encryption keys.
Premium-Inhalt. RIM's former co-CEO Jim Balsillie wanted to shift the company from its dependence on BlackBerry hardware in favour of a future built as much on outsourcing data services, unnamed sources have told Reuters.