Smartphones have become so convenient, so feature-rich, and so easily portable that most smartphones now carry more personal information than do PCs, a fact that has not eluded the world's cybercriminals.
Recognizing the world has changed, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints leaders announced Sunday night that missionaries will do less door-to-door proselytizing, and instead, use the Internet to recruit new church members.
For victims of sexual harassment, assault, and domestic violence, looking for work means exposing themselves to their assailants. And LinkedIn offers no protections. (For stalking/assault victims, looking for work on @LinkedIn is harrowing.
The start-up wireless carrier is making an offer smartphone users may not be able to refuse: 500 MBs of monthly 4G data, unlimited texting, and 200 anytime voice minutes, all free and with no contract.
By Michael Gorman Like it or not, email is still central to the vast majority of workplace communications, so we suppose it was only a matter of time before professional network LinkedIn integrated into your inbox.
Facebook seen most vulnerable in spy scandal MarketWatch Facebook, which already is coping with slower growth and speculation that younger users are turning more to rival firms, was clearly alarmed by the spy-scandal disclosures.
Yahoo! News You Know What's Cool? 1 Million Advertisers At Facebook Forbes Facebook Facebook just hit 1 million advertisers, a milestone that signals that it has become a mainstream advertising channel for small and medium-sized businesses.
Baggage Handler's Bad Behavior Goes Viral Yahoo! Movies (blog) Nearly everyone has done it. You've gone to the airport, and either intentionally or due to lack of space, checked your rollerboard luggage.