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Facebook has freed members from the bonds of being either male or female, letting people opt for custom genders such as transsexual or 'intersex' on the social network.
Costelo cited recent infrastructure changes have already resulted in a 35 percent increase in interactions, such as Retweets, since the IPO.
Demanding your money back from your colleagues after happy hour just got even easier.
As part of a long-term commitment to improve total sales revenue, David Jones has reported that its new webstore is showing some positive results.
The platform will actually tap into another well-established professional social network: LinkedIn.
Beyond age, Google stipulates that the only other basic requirements are a "curious mind and an Internet connection."
The tiles of Firefox's new tabs page will soon include "sponsored content from hand-picked partners." Why the change?
HP Zero Day Initiative's annual Pwn2Own and Google's Pwnium security competitions' prize pool is now up to more than $3 million in cash and prizes.
The Facebook-owned company is taking things a bit further in targeted corporate users and brands to use the photo sharing service.
Descriptive Search rummages throughout an Evernote account from top to bottom, scanning everything from tags to the online sources for Evernote clippings.
Facebook is open sourcing a new security tool intended to help developers write apps that are more secure and efficient on Android.
A new Google Play Services release allows makers of Android, iOS, and Chrome OS apps to develop for the US-only media-streaming dongle.
Office 365 users now get the same service-level-agreement and compliance guarantees with Access-based Store apps as with the rest of Office 365.
If it can't make a phone itself, Paper demonstrates Facebook will just take over your phone through apps.
App developers are creating a honeypot of big data and personal information due to the telemetry found in many mobile apps. It's little wonder that the NSA went after it.