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Imagine walking down the street and seeing your face on an advert for an embarrassing ailment. Well, you might not have to imagine, if changes to Instagram's privacy policies come into effect.
Facebook is following up on recent news about them changing their Terms of Service, with a backlash from users worldwide in an uproar about Facebook owning people's content, than an update to revert back to...
VMware has slammed Microsoft's virtualization licensing and distribution policies as restrictive and anti-competitive. In a multi-page white paper posted Monday on its Web site, the Palo Alto, Calif. leading virtualization software company came out swinging,...
Will the United States remain a world leader in technology and science amid growing global competition? That question was a recurring one at Google's headquarters, where the heads of influential technology companies, including...
Join Microsoft experts in an online chat: Management using Windows 2000/XP Group Policies Group policies are an extremely powerful way to control what your desktop users can do. From controlling what...
Yahoo! is tapping its millions of instant messaging users in hopes of ending what it says is a trend among corporate technology managers to ban the popular product at work. The Web...
With the LiveWire program now discontinued, Creative Labs have made some major changes to its drivers support, althogh the Live range will continue to be supported. Creative said a while back that the...