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Proving that no one learned from Snapchat's security and privacy spectacle, people invested $1.2 million on an app that had no security. Despite the news it was hacked, Yo still isn't coming clean.
Anticipating high demand for the anticipated iPhone 6, Foxconn and Pegatron have reportedly begun a record-level hiring spree.
Suncorp Bank has chosen to use QR codes over NFC technology for simplicity as part of its new QuickShare feature of its mobile banking app, citing iOS market share as a reason to avoid contactless NFC technology.
What do we think we know about the rumored iWatch, and what would Apple's entry into wearables mean for the tech industry?
Red Hat's CTO presents the open source giant's case for becoming the leading brand of OpenStack for the enterprise market.
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In line with the social network's Internet.org roadmap, Facebook retooled its Android user experience following on-the-ground testing and experimentation in Africa.
Twitter said it plans to integrate the service more tightly into its own platform, which could mean video content will be embeddable directly in Tweets.
LinkedIn's new job search app is being touted as a one-stop shop for job seekers without the distractions of news feed updates and digital content postings.
Twitter's VP of platform engineering reveals how the social network manages more than 500 million tweets posted each day.
Following up its new Slingshot app, Facebook introduced a pair of new components to its network stack.
While BlackBerry 10.3 users will also have to access some apps via the BlackBerry World app store, the process makes the app download process far simpler than it's been up to this point.
LogMeIn has launched AppGuru, a cloud management tool to give businesses better visibility on what applications are being brought into the workplace by their employees.
Following up Paper, Facebook just unveiled the second project from the social network's Creative Labs department.
Ahead of what is expected to be a smartphone launch, Amazon touts its Appstore count, which trails Apple and Google, but has a solid showing.