May 2010 Archives
Monday, 31st May 2010
Panama provides a way to leave and receive free voice messages. Users can send the voice messages person-to-person with a voice app, post them on a public microblogging format or even post their Panama messages to other services such as Facebook and Twitter. The founder of Panama, David Hayden, was also the founder of the search engine company…
Should I Stay.com or Should I Go? Social Travel 2.0
After months of work, social trip planner Stay.com is getting ready to unshutter and launch a much more robust Version 2.0. "Basically, we created 2.0 by filling in all the blanks other sites like Expedia, TripIt, TripAdvisor, NileGuide, and all the others left undone," said Phil Butler, PR rep for the company.
Judiciary Committee Still Has Questions for Facebook
Despite the rollback on some of Facebook's heavily-debated privacy changes, the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary still has questions for Facebook's CEO. On Friday, Representative John Conyers (D-MI) sent Mark Zuckerberg a letter requesting additional information on Facebook's privacy activities. "(W)e would appreciate a detailed…
Massive iPhone Security Issue Could Endanger Enterprise Adoption
Content stored on an iPhone 3GS with passcode protection can be accessed without the passcode simply by attaching the device to a computer running the latest version of Ubuntu or a Windows or OSX system running off the shelf software such as iPhone Explorer. This flaw was discovered by Bernd Marienfeld, an information security professional and…
Survey: More Than 80% of Businesses Support the iPad
In a new survey (which is still accepting responses for the rest of today) Citrix is asking its IT customers to characterize their support for iPad in their businesses. Currently, over 80% of respondents expect to purchase the iPad for their company. Even more respondents are saying they will support personal iPads for their employees.