This post first appeared on Forbes.com. Until now, when new Facebook users sent out their first post, the default setting was public, which means that anyone could see it.
As I reported nearly a year ago, Snapchat’s so-called disappearing messages don’t necessarily disappear. It has always been possible for people receiving a Snapchat
PBS Kids app gives parents information and control Calling it a way to give parents a “super power,” PBS Kids is now offering a free app that lets parents monitor and
This post first appeared on Forbes.com Google is launching Classroom, a new offering in its Google Apps for Education to provide students and teachers with a central place
This post first appeared in the San Jose Mercury News Everywhere I go I see people using their cellphones to take pictures of themselves, people around them or interesting
Google Education apps In addition to its consumer and business services, Google is also in the business of providing apps for education with apps such as Gmail, Drive,
Facebook to offer more control over what information users must reveal to apps This post first appeared on Forbes.com Speaking at Facebook’s F8 developers’
This post first appeared on Forbes.com Microsoft has released a new advisory about the “zero day’ security flaw affecting Internet Explorer. The advisory says that the