Google said it would close the consumer version of its Google+ social network after discovering a software bug that exposed the private profile information of 52 million users to outside app.. Credit: Wall Street Journal - Published
Google announced Monday it’s shutting down its ill-fated social networking site Google+ earlier than anticipated after another massive data leak hit millions of users.
The new bug “impacted.. Credit: The Wrap - Published
Google is still having trouble protecting the personal information on its Plus service, prodding the company to accelerate its plans to shut down a little-used social network created to compete against..
Google+ may be a punchline in the social-network world, but there’s something seriously wrong with it. For the second time in as many months, Google has announced that Google+ has been hit with.. Credit: PC World - Published Also reported by •Macworld
· On Monday, Google announced that it would be shutting down Google+ four months early after another data leak was discovered.
· The company said 52.5 million users were affected by this breach,.. Credit: Business Insider - Published
We already knew that Google+ is closing down, but following the discovery of a second data leak, Google has announced that it is bringing the closure forward. The company has revealed that a bug in the.. Credit: betanews - Published
Google's semi-defunct social media platform Google+ has suffered its second data breach in three months and, as a result, will be completely shuttered in April, four months earlier than previously.. Credit: engadget - Published
Google+ was a bit of a disaster for the company when it was still alive, and now that it’s walking dead, it’s becoming even more of a stone around its neck. After disclosing a major security bug in.. Credit: TechCrunch - Published
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Skuid, the.. Credit: PRWeb - Published
TOKYO (AP) — Some users of SoftBank cellphones had problems calling and text messaging for several hours in Japan. SoftBank Corp. spokesman Naomasa Suzuki said the problems started early Thursday.. Credit: SeattlePI.com - Published
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Lessonly, the leader in online training software, this week.. Credit: PRWeb - Published
Vuuzle Media Corp. will use the existing Sunset Cast database of 3 million users, allowing them to watch movies and live TV programming 24 hours a day via the new 2-way Vuuzle OTT TV platform.
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· From Facebook's Cambridge Analytica debacle to Google's sexual misconduct investigations, 2018 has been a year rocked by scandal in tech industry.
· *Here are the 18 biggest tech scandals that.. Credit: Business Insider - Published
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1. *Qualcomm revealed a new under-display fingerprint reader. *The technology uses ultrasonic waves that bounce off your.. Credit: Business Insider - Published
Users of Quora, the question-and-answer site, are now asking: Did my personal data just get stolen? The social network said late Monday that the account information and private messages of about 100.. Credit: SFGate - Published Also reported by •azcentral.com •USATODAY.com
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itslearning, the learning management system.. Credit: PRWeb - Published
· Roku executive Scott Rosenberg was interviewed Tuesday at Business Insider's IGNITION 2018 conference about his role in driving the company's advertising revenue.
· Rosenberg said that Roku.. Credit: Business Insider - Published
Charter Communications chief executive Tom Rutledge will look to buy more cable assets if they become available.
"If there were assets for sale that we could do more of, we would do that," Rutledge.. Credit: Business Insider - Published
Another week, another massive hack. Last week it was Marriott Starwood hotels; this week, it’s question-and-answer website Quora’s turn. Late Monday night, Quora revealed that “a malicious third.. Credit: PC World - Published Also reported by •Macworld