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Dropbox Users Get New Collaboration Doc Feature Called Paper

In recent years, Dropbox has been struggling to find its way. Having realized that there’s little money to be made in simply being a cloud storage service, they’ve been experimenting with a ...

Lego Creates New Social Network For Kids

Here’s’ an interesting and inspiring story about corporate inventiveness and good citizenship. If you grew up playing with Legos, then you know that half the fun of them is in sharing your ...

Finally Save Posts For Later Viewing In Instagram

Do you use Instagram as part of your company’s marketing efforts, or to keep tabs on the competition? If so, the company has rolled out an exciting new feature you’re sure to ...

Watch Out For SVG in Facebook Messenger To Avoid Ransomware

By now, you’re probably familiar with the ransomware known as “Locky.” It’s an insidious form of malware that completely locks down your computer and encrypts all your files. Once it has taken ...

FriendFinder Hack Exposes Almost Half A Billion Users

The year of 2016 continues to break new records in terms of massive security breaches. According to LeakedSource, last month, hackers gained access to the FriendFinder Network, which includes the adult dating ...

Sad Day For Vine Video Users: Service To Shut Down

Vine, one of the many properties owned by Twitter, is dead, after the company tried unsuccessfully to find a buyer for the struggling service. If you’re a Vine regular, you’ve probably sensed ...

New Twitter Link Hack Calls 911 From Your Mobile Device

There’s a new viral link making the rounds on Twitter that you should advise your staff to steer clear of. If you see a link that begins with “goo.gl,” don’t click it. ...

Watch Out For Facebook Private Messages That Include Videos

File this one under “public service warning.” If you’re a fan and regular user of Facebook, beware of a new virus that’s making the rounds inside the social media giant. If you ...

Spotify Ads May Have Served Up Malware To Your Computer

Are you a Spotify user? If so, you may have been infected. Recently, the company reported that one of its advertising partners had displayed an ad containing malware. As with most software ...

Twitter Updates To Ease Certain Restrictions And Limits

Longer Tweets are finally coming! Maybe. At some point. It is the company’s single most requested feature: an easing of the tight, 140-character restriction on Tweet length. And although the company has ...