So it seems there was another issue with Facebook, as you will notice on your FB Newsfeed, as well as on your TV news tonight. Facebook is so BIG that if an issue happens on Facebook, its Global News. So it appears in this case
So as you get on Facebook today you will find a new message on the right side of your Facebook page. In the Trending section, you will now find a message that says “We’re removing Trending soon to make way for future news experiences
As ingrained as Facebook is to the world, and after all of the events involving Facebook in the past year, whenever Mark Zuckerberg speaks people listen. In this case, Mark Zuckerberg will be speaking and taking questions in front of the EP (European Parliament) today
To parents with teenagers, life isn’t always easy, and today it seems it just got a bit harder for parents who use the monitoring app Teen Safe. The app Teen Safe allows parents to monitor their child’s phone activity, such as call logs, texts,
Heads up Xbox 360 owners, per a post on the Xbox support site, as of May 18, 2018 the Xbox 360 SmartGlass App is being retired. Per Microsoft, Xbox 360 users will need to either move to the Xbox app for iOS, Android, Windows 10
On Saturday (May 12, 2018), Chili’s Bar & Grill reported that “some of our Guests payment card information from certain restaurants was compromised”. Chili’s is calling it a Data “Incident”.
It appears whatever happened to the ABC tv owned websites has now been resolved. •••••••••••••••• As of 8a (ET) All ABC TV owned sites still appear down. At this time 6 ABC in Philly has acknowledged the issue via Twitter. And ABC 7 NY has
Another month another merchant announces that their point of sale system was compromised. This time it’s Forever 21 reporting their point of sale was compromised. Forever 21 Announcement – Point of Sale Compromised
Microsoft Groove Music Shutting Down After Today. A couple of months ago, Microsoft announced that the Groove Music Service was going to be shut down at the end of 2017. Well its now the end of 2017.
AG Ferguson’s lawsuit reveals Comcast deceived customers, charged for service plans without consent In 2016, the Attorney General in the state of Washington filed a $100 million dollar lawsuit against Comcast for deceiving customers and charging for service plans without consent.