Facebook Expands Places Deals To Europe
Social network users in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the U.K. can now get discounts by checking in at Starbucks, Mazda, and other partner businesses.
Facebook Defends Security Practices
The social network responds to report alleging it puts the safety of its 650 million users at risk by not better securing third-party applications.
Firms Integrating Social Media With CRM
With half of businesses saying social media investments are paying off, linking data from LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter to customer management is the next step, finds SugarCRM survey.
Malware Volume Doubled In 2010
A new threat appears more than once each second, as attackers increasingly turn their attention to social networks, reported Sophos.
Inside Joomla 1.6: Improved Access Control, Categories
Open-source content management systems, such as Joomla, have proven to be effective options for many Web sites and businesses and can be found running some of the largest and busiest sites on the Web. With strong content features, the open-source Joomla has been a popular choice, despite some traditional weaknesses, especially when it came to controlling user permissions on site and sorting content. But with the recently released Joomla 1.6, the open source content management system has gone a l
Hacker Pleads Guilty To Cyber 'Sextortion'
California man faces up to six years in jail for charges related to stealing 230 women's online identities to access information from their email and Facebook accounts.
MySpace Planning Massive Layoffs
Social networking site will cut its U.S. staff by up to 50% and virtually close its international operations to try to stem the flow of red ink, say reports.