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IBM's reinvented email and collaboration software, dubbed Verse, comes with a Watson option where you can ask a question and get an email answer. Here's what I'd really want Watson to do for me.
The encryption fete is significant, as it makes WhatsApp one of the most secure text messaging apps available.
Smartphone app Snapchat has begun letting users in the US send money to friends by simply typing dollar amounts into new 'Snapcash' messages.
A consumer electronics coalition warns that many of its companies have "lost business" or have faced backlash from governments fearing the National Security Agency.
In a bid to shore up security under the gaze of the FTC, Snapchat has decided a ban on all third-party apps is the best solution.
It makes sense for Facebook to tap into other markets -- but the enterprise isn't one of them.
Facebook is reportedly working on an enterprise friendly version of its service with collaboration features. Facebook is looking to be unblocked in corporations and be seen as a useful tool.
After racial hate group Ku Klux Klan said it would use 'lethal force' on Ferguson protesters, a skirmish with Anonymous erupted: Anonymous has now seized two primary KKK Twitter accounts. UPDATED.
Big data management is a work in progress for virtually any business these days, and Facebook's momentum in this regard shows no sign of slowing down.
Facebook simplifies its data policy and terms of service. Will other companies follow? At the very least CMOs should ponder simplification.
Microsoft's Sway aggregation/presentation app offers clues about the company's future intentions in the productivity and platforms space.
The social media giant is planning to open a new office in the region.
To fuel momentum while keeping a handle on the rapidly burgeoning Android ecosystem, the social network has developed a new concept to help segment Android devices, dubbed “Year Class."
A new whitepaper from Bitdefender examined victims targeted in 850,000 Facebook scams. It turns out Facebook's user experience makes it easy for scammers to exploit users.
Facebook received 15,433 total requests in the U.S. alone during the first half of 2014, pertaining to data about 23,667 accounts.
Having trouble typing with one hand and eating with the other? Sr. Technology Editor and infamous foodie Jason Perlow has you covered.
The explosion of malware attacks and high-profile password and data breaches serve as confirmation that resourceful hackers are determined to break into your computer and online accounts. It's time to pay attention to these issues and follow some basic steps to stay secure while using your PC and surfing the web.
Anyone can fail, but to really fail big time there's nothing quite like a major technology conference, a big product release, and a live audience of tens of thousands.
Check out these 10 little-known tips and tricks that will have you using YouTube in a completely different way!
Social media can be a double-edged sword.. how have some companies impaled themselves?
With iOS 6 set to be announced at WWDC 2012 in June, what can we hope to see in the next-generation iPhone and iPad operating system?
How can the social networking site Twitter be used to further your job search?
It's still a work in process -- what's with the huge swatch of white space Google? -- but the new Google Plus makes the social network for grown-ups even more interesting than it has been before.
This quick guide explains how to limit the Facebook data your friends' apps can see.
This quick guide explains how to block all Facebook apps.
It's been six years since Jack Dorsey sent the first tweet and the results have been incredible.
Just how far is social media monitored, and what examples are there of convictions based upon it?
This gallery walks you through the official way of downloading everything from your Facebook account.
This gallery walks you through the unofficial way of downloading everything from, or parts of, your Facebook account.
Facebook's IPO filing included images. Here they are and here's what they mean.
From the Google IPO, to the rise of social networking, it's been an important decade for tech innovation, CBSNews.com Executive Editor Charles Cooper talks to ZDNet Editor in Chief Larry Dignan about the five most important tech events of the decade and what they mean for the technology industry going forward.
At a Churchill Club event, ZDNet talked with Wall Street Journal personal technology columnist Walt Mossberg. He showed us some new gadgets for the holidays, including the new Barnes & Noble Nook; Bayer's new USB-enabled diabetic monitor; the iLane, a portable e-mail messaging device for your car; and the Acer Netbook running Google's Android OS.
At Dreamforce Global Gathering 2009 in San Francisco, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and Kraig Swensrud, senior vice president of product marketing, show attendees the company's new customer service software, Service Cloud 2. The new tool helps businesses connect their traditional call center technologies with social media applications through a cloud computing infrastructure.
At Dreamforce Global Gathering 2009 in San Francisco, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and technology head Parker Harris show attendees Chatter, a new collaboration and social media tool built for the enterprise. Benioff says the new tool will leverage social-networking models and bring them into a secure and private cloud where people, content, and applications will have profile feeds and groups.
Monte Ford, CIO of American Airlines describes how the company is embracing Twitter and Facebook, and how these social networking tools are benefiting interactions with customers.
At the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg talks about the how the Web usage patterns are shifting from an information model to a more social model, which benefits Facebook rather than Google. In the future, she adds, more Web users will glean referral information from friends rather than strangers.
At the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, Yusuf Mehdi, a senior vice president at Microsoft, previews Twitter integration with Bing search results. One of the interesting features he introduces is "hottest topics." He explains that the Bing-Twitter search will aggregate information around the most popular links shared on any given topic.
At the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, Twitter CEO Evan Williams explains to Federated Media CEO John Battelle his rationale for turning down Facebook in October of 2008. He says, "he didn't see a reason to sell…the point is really what we can build."
At the Mobilize conference held in San Francisco, Motorola unveiled a new user interface based around social networking. The Android OS-based skin will feature live widgets for integrating sites like Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace, as well as aggregating contact details, and displaying recent status updates during calls.
At the Always On Summit at Stanford University, business executives discuss the risks involved in developing applications and businesses on social networks with proprietary platforms. Panelists include Gerry Campbell, CEO of Collecta; Max Ventilla, CEO of Aardvark; Shervin Pishevar, CEO of Social Gaming Network; and moderator Bambi Francisco, CEO of Vator.tv.
At the AlwaysOn Summit at Stanford University, panelists discuss benefits that huge companies like Google and Facebook could get from embracing open source, such as third-party developers integrating their products into new application versions and easier connectivity with emerging technologies. Panelists include Ron Yekutiel, CEO of Kaltura; Kim Polese, CEO of SpikeSource; and moderator Matt Asay, vice president of business development at Alfresco and a member of the CNET Blog Network.
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 Anonymous seizes Ku Klux Klan Twitter account over Ferguson threats
- 2 Microsoft's latest target release date for Office 16: Second half 2015
- 3 New social network Tsu signs one million users in just five weeks
- 4 How To Remove Yourself from People Search Websites
- 5 How to delete every Facebook wall post, wipe your Timeline