New feature shows when friends are nearby (and you near them) This post is adapted from one that first appeared on Forbes.com Facebook is rolling out a new feature for its
by Larry Magid University of Texas center hosts conference on identity and ID theft April 8, 2014 was a scary day. Microsoft ended support and security updates for Windows
First, don’t panic. This is a serious problem but you need to put it into perspective. While there is clearly a vulnerability, there are so far no reports of the flaw
Source: Heartbleed.com Update: CNET has posted a list of Heartbleed status for top 100 sites A flaw in the most popular web encryption system could leave people vulnerable to
A study cited in “When Popularity Backfires” at Time.com found that socially ambitious kids can be just as likely to experience bullying and harassment as
If you haven’t yet heard the dire warnings, listen up. Microsoft will no longer support Windows XP after Tuesday, April 8th. That not only means no technical support, it
These are crazy times in the mediascape, and not just because of crazy valuations of startup apps. How do all these socially risky apps get out into the digital ecosphere?
Whether or not social apps can be made as trolling- and cyberbullying-proof as possible before they hit the app stores is a question more and more people are asking – and