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This free app provides a unified address book for all your contacts, not just those that live on your iPhone.
Facebook users will be able to vote until noon Pacific/3 p.m. Eastern on December 10.
A Senate bill that, at one point, would have protected e-mail privacy has gone the opposite way, and would allow government surveillance of online services without a warrant if passed into law.
This week, in some ways, felt a bit like the calm before the storm. Apple announced a special event coming next week, we shared the stories of various unusual Macs, and of course we offered our usual slew of reviews, how-tos, and news.
The hugely popular Twitter client for iOS now arrives in the Mac App Store. But its $20 price tag is necessitated by Twitter's recent API changes, developer Tapbots says.
Facebook confirmed it has patched a security hole related to its phone number search.
Twitter on Wednesday released an update to its cross-platform TweetDeck client. The update offers a second, lighter theme, and other small improvements.
Twitter's getting just a bit more photogenic: The company on Tuesday announced a redesign for its iPad Twitter app, along with updates to its iOS and Android apps and a new profile page overhaul that includes Facebook-style cover photos.
The University of California is suing Facebook, alleging infringment on four patents that enable Internet browsers to host embedded interactive applications.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave his first interview Tuesday since the company's troubled initial public offering earlier this year at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco.
As promised, Twitter on Wednesday released more details about version 1.1 of its API, outlining the specifics of the increasingly restricted access it will offer third-party developers to its service.
Facebook plans to cleanse pages of fraudulent "Likes" that have been injected by scammers to impart a false sense of popularity on profiles.