Facebook is absolutely dominating in the U.S. Here are 15 new (and not so new) statistics about the social network in advance of the company's initial public offering (IPO) later this week.
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Google Chrome version 19.0.1084.46 is out, fixing 20 security vulnerabilities in the company's browser: eight high-severity flaws, seven medium-severity flaws, and five low-severity flaws.
Avira has sent out a defective antivirus update that is causing paid versions of its product to block critical Windows processes and third-party software, effectively rendering millions of PCs unusable.
You can't make this stuff up. Virgin followed a court order to block The Pirate Bay. Anonymous executed a DDoS attack against Virgin. The Pirate Bay denounced Anonymous for its attack.
Apple has released OS X Lion 10.7.4. The update includes performance improvements as well as a bunch of fixes, including the FileVault bug that was recently widely covered across the Web.
With the latest Lion security update, Mac OS X 10.7.3, Apple has accidentally turned on a debug log file outside of the encrypted area that stores the user's password in clear text.
Facebook and Google now have to wait till May 23 and August 7 for their court cases in India regarding the censorship of objectionable material. In the last few months, all we've seen are delays.
The Unknowns says it has hacked ESA, NASA, US military, US Air Force, Thai Royal Navy, Harvard, Renault, French ministry of Defense, Bahrain Ministry of Defense, and Jordanian Yellow Pages.
Google Chrome version 18.0.1025.168 is out, fixing five security vulnerabilities in the browser. This is a security update release, meaning no new features have been added. You should still update.
Microsoft has unveiled what new features to expect in Facebook for Windows Phone version 2.5. The software giant has not, however, given a date to look forward to for the new release.