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Around 76,000 users of Mozilla's developer network have had their email addresses posted to a publicly accessible server, with 4,000 users also having their salted and hashed passwords revealed as well.
An FBI guidance manual says the law enforcement agency is able to access U.S. residents' email, Facebook and Twitter messages, and private documents, without breaching the Fourth Amendment.
The social network has temporarily turned off a feature that let people log into their accounts simply by clicking a link in an email, after some emails containing such links were found online.
Dell has released an Android app that lets users print to network-connected Dell printers, giving the manufacturer a rival to similar cloud-based services from the likes of HP.The company announced the Dell Mobile Print app on Thursday, explaining that it can print directly from other productivity, email, browser, photo and PDF apps.
I first covered ePals almost three and half years ago, highlighting the emerging safe social network and email-based collaboration tools for K12 students. Since then, we've seen them roll out a full-featured social learning platform, layer their role-based communications tools on top of Live@Edu (now Office365 for Education), and finally raise $23 million in an IPO on the Toronto Stock Exchange in August.
Heavy Equipment Inspectors! Finally there is an app to conduct heavy equipment inspections without having to drag your laptop and camera....
Facebook is testing a new Email Frequency feature that sends a summary email with all your recent notifications. The point is to reduce inbox clutter while also driving more traffic to the social network.
Microsoft has apologised for the network problems that brought down the email services in Office 365 for many US customers earlier this week, and has once again given its cloud productivity customers credit by way of apology.The company said the three-hour outage that struck the cloud productivity suite appeared to have been caused by a "networking interruption" in one of Microsoft's North America datacentres.
Oilfield Pipe Volume mobile app is designed to calculate the volume of pipelines in the Oil Field. The app allows pipeline operators,...
Facebook is finally letting you export your friends' email addresses from the social network. There's a catch though: all your friends have to give you permission first.
With more than 100 different email systems and 3000 overlapping network installations, the Canadian governement takes a stab at saving money by planning to close almost all of their datacenters.
You could have your very own facebook.com email address waiting for you. Login to Facebook and see if you do. And, if you aren't excited by email@example.com, stay tuned for more innovations coming soon to a social network near you.
Sega has warned that the Sega Pass network of sites, which includes its gaming forums and press resources websites, has been hacked.The gaming company revealed the hack on Friday by sending an email to registered members.
Optus has begun quietly rolling out improvements to its network technology in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne to improve internet and email access for mobile customers unable to receive full 3G network coverage.
Cisco CEO John Chambers has been bold in his experimentation with “co-ordinate and cultivate” over “command and control” at the helm of the forty billion dollar global behemoth over the last several years, as I have previously written here.Where Chambers is taking the Cisco Network next was the subject of an internal email (now made public by Cisco) which has been widely reported in the financial press and has subsequently seen Cisco's stock climb.
The good news is that the courts have ruled that email is email is protected from searches without warrants. The bad news is that your email is still open to being looked at by bosses, management, and snoopy email and network administrators.
a hacker group going by the name of Gnosis compromised the Gawker Media network (made up of popular websites such as Lifehacker, Gizmodo, Jezebel, io9, Jalopnik, Kotaku, Deadspin, Fleshbot, and Gawker itself) and liberated not only the source code for the site, but also the entire user database consisting of about 1.3 million usernames, email addresses, and password hashes. In an ideal world, this wouldn't be a problem, but we don't live in an ideal world, but this is far from an ideal world, so it has the scope to be a pretty big deal.
Given that AT&Ts network already seems to be creaking under the load of millions of iPhone users checking their email, watching YouTube and uploading new LOLcats, "unlimited" really was an offer too good to last. AT&T is announcing changes to it's iPhone and iPad data plans that try to wean data-hungry users off the all-you-can-eat plans.
South Australia's network of Technical and Further Education (TAFE) colleges has revealed itself as the latest education institution to plan a move to hosted email solution for staff and students.
I updated my iPhone 3G this morning as soon as the update became available. Everything seemed to go without a hitch and all of my content, apps, and settings appeared to transfer over just fine. However, when I tried to check email, surf the Internet, or perform anything require a data connection I received the following error pop-up, "Could not activate cellular data network: You are not subscribed to a cellular data service." The thing is, I do pay AT&T $30 per month for my wireless data service so I am indeed subscribed to a cellular data service.
An email from an anonymous source within Microsoft's corporation network tipped me off to the new name of their Microsoft Office suite. With my previous articles on Office "14"The codename, "Office 14", which my colleague Mary-Jo Foley has covered extensively, skipped the "13" because Microsoft were supposedly suspicious and equally superstitious around the connotations associated with the number.
Fellow ZDNet blogger asked a great question this week: Should universities forget email and use Facebook instead? He sites the growing popularity of Facebook over email and certainly anecdotal evidence supports the study to which he points.