According to security firm Symantec Corp, a security vulnerability on Facebook Inc. for years gave advertisers and other third parties an opening into users' accounts as well as their personal information. However, Facebook said today that it had fixed the problem, and at the same also found no evidence that the vulnerability had resulted in private information having been leaked.
Tired of getting lost when you're driving? Remember that time you asked that toothless hobo which way to town and he sent you down that road that ended at the meat processing plant? Yeah, worst honeymoon ever.
Magellan gave us one of their swanky Premium Car Kits and a code for their Magellan RoadMate GPS app in the App Store. The app and the car kit work with the second and third generation iPod touch, the iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4. With this baby on your dash, you'll make it to your destination without smelling like processed meat.
If you’re sitting there waiting for your favorite iPhone app to get a universal update (or even a separate “HD” version for the iPad), you’re probably not alone -- here’s a lineup of 10 apps guilty of depriving us of some big-screen iPad love.
Research in Motion may be getting plenty of ridicule over its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, but now iPad users have at least one reason to envy the device -- it’s getting the very first official Facebook app for tablets.
Let's face it: At this moment in time, where internet and social deals are concerned, Groupon currently stands as king of the hill. And if you want to sign up for a cool activity or deal on the weekend, venture out and save a pretty good chunk of money, Groupon's the way to go.
Apple’s MobileMe has come a long way since its former iTools and .Mac days, and if CEO Steve Jobs is to be believed, this year it will get even better -- and maybe even free, if not cheaper. But if you simply can’t justify $99 a year for the service right now, there are less-expensive options available.
Remember RockMelt, the Chrome-based “social browser” that aims to bring your Facebook and Twitter life into your web browsing all the time? The company is now aiming for your iPhone, with a new app expected to debut later this week.
Love or hate Apple and their products, a French-German TV channel is looking for you to participate in a new 60-minute documentary that will air later this year on the iconic company -- and here’s how you can have your voice heard.
This week's tips show you how to export and share your Contacts with your friends, batch upload photos to your Facebook page using a free app and different ways to peruse and organize your apps in iTunes. Plus, an updated tip on securing your iOS devices with a passcode.
Facebook unveiled another update to their iPhone app on Monday, still ignoring the public cries for an iPad-native version but fulfilling at least one wish that many users have had -- the ability to rub out friends while on the go.