Report: DOJ to issue indictments on Wednesday against suspects involved in Yahoo data breach

According to a reports from Bloomberg and Reuters, the U.S. Justice Department plans to announce indictments on Wednesday against suspects involved in one the Yahoo data breaches. The indictments come after Yahoo suffered two massive hacks, one affecting 500 million users and another affecting 1 billion users. more… Filed under: Apple 9to5Mac

At Least 500 Million Yahoo Accounts Hacked in Late 2014

Yahoo today confirmed that “at least” 500 million Yahoo accounts were compromised in an attack in late 2014, leaking customer information like names, email addresses, telephone numbers, birthdates, hashed passwords, and both encrypted and unencrypted security questions and answers. Yahoo does not believe unprotected passwords, payment card data, or bank account information was accessed, as […]

facebook Beats Google As probably the most Visited site In 2010

in line with Hitwise knowledge launched nowadays, fb was once the most visited site in the us for 2010. facebook.com took 8.ninety three% of web page visits between January and November 2010. Google.com came 2d at 7.19%, Yahoo! Mail 1/3 with 3.52%, Yahoo.com got here fourth at three.30%, and YouTube was once at fifth with […]

iPad Exclusive: Unofficial Flickr App Approved

The first unofficial flickr app, flickr Photos, has been approved and will be available for download on day one of the iPad App Store. Even though this is not an official app by Yahoo, nor do they endorse it, it still looks like a good substitute, and should at least hold us over in the […]

Apple Censors Dalai Lama iPhone Apps In China

eldavojohn writes “Google and Yahoo! have relinquished any sort of ethical integrity with regards to free speech in China but Apple appears to be following suit by blocking Dalai Lama applications in the Chinese iPhone app store. An official Apple statement reads, ‘We continue to comply with local laws. Not all apps are available in […]

Napster deploys on Samsung TVs, opens up API

Napster has announced that its music subscription service will be available through Samsung TVs, beginning this week. Listeners must grab the Napster TV widget from the Yahoo Widget Gallery, which is present on TVs with the Internet@TV option introduced in summer 2008. Users can then start a 14-day trial, or log into an existing account. […]

The Revolutionary iPhone: The iPhone Camera

The iPhone device is considered as being one of the most revolutionary, controversy causing gadgets to be released on the market in years, and although there are certainly some negative issues revolving around the device, there are many more positive notes to be made about it. There are many aspects to the iPhone that are […]

Vlingo one-ups Google with a better voice-powered iPhone app

Voice-transcription service Vlingo has launched a really fantastic new iPhone application that lets users talk into their phones to search the Web, dial contacts, and update their status on Twitter and Facebook. Much like Google’s iPhone app which was released early last month, users are able to do all this without ever having to use […]

Make Skype Calls from iphone using Fring

Now make Skype Calls from your iPhone without using any hack (or jailbreaking) with Fring. It is now available on the App Store making it easy for anyone to use fring on the original iPhone, iPhone 3G or iPod touch. Fring is a mobile internet service & community that enables you to access & interact with your […]

Palringo Rich Messaging Service Available on Apple App Store

iPhone owners can now download Palringo’s rich messaging service (RMS) application from Apple’s new App Store. Palringo enables picture messaging and text-based messaging. Palringo integrates with several existing, popular instant messaging services: AOL’s AIM, Google Talk, Yahoo! Messenger, Gadu Gadu, ICQ, Jabber and Windows Live Messenger. People can also use Palringo to contact their friends using […]