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Wireless timeline: 2013 (and a bit) in the world of spectrum

Here's a brief look back at the very busy past year or so on the wireless spectrum scene in the United States: » zum Artikel

How to get Justin Bieber out of your Twitter timeline

A funny thing happened on the Internet Thursday morning. You see, Justin Bieber got busted for drunk driving, driving without a valid license, and resisting arrest, per CNN. So naturally, this is how Twitter responded: » zum Artikel

Twitter’s app update introduces a trio of swipeable timelines

Twitter version 6.0 is here, and the updated iOS and Android apps are another step toward making the social network a more mobile, more visual place to be. » zum Artikel

Twitter embeds itself in breaking news with Custom Timelines

Twitter is notoriously slow-moving when it comes to making major changes to the Timeline, the central feature of the global town square, but the now-public company is taking a big step forward with Custom Timelines. » zum Artikel

Days after IPO, Twitter launches custom timelines

Twitter engineers aren't sitting around counting their money in the afterglow of their successful IPO last week. » zum Artikel

Mark Zuckerberg Timeline hacked by researcher after bug warning ignored

Facebook has blamed a misunderstanding for an embarrassing incident last week in which founder Mark Zuckerberg's Timeline was hacked to draw attention to a security flaw a researcher believed was being ignored by firm. » zum Artikel

Facebook fixes timeline bug, cites language trouble in delay

A Facebook engineer blamed language difficulties and documentation issues for a delay in fixing a bug that let a security researcher post directly to founder Mark Zuckerberg's Timeline, which is restricted if two users aren't friends. » zum Artikel

Twitter tests TV trends in users' timelines

In yet another sign of Twitter's TV obsession, the social network is testing a "trending" box for television shows. » zum Artikel

Despite Schmidt's timeline, Google may ship Glass in 2013

Just a month after a top Google executive said Glass wouldn't be officially released for another year, sources say the computerized eyeglasses actually should ship by the end of this year. » zum Artikel

Facebook gets to keep its 'Timeline' following trademark settlement

Facebook has reached an agreement with the company Timelines Inc. to settle a trademark infringement lawsuit over the social network's use of the name Timeline. » zum Artikel

From pretexting to Autonomy: A timeline of HP management changes

It's been a turbulent decade at Hewlett-Packard, with board members and CEOs resigning or being ousted for all manner of colorful reasons, including strategic missteps, accusations of spying on journalists and alleged sexual harassment. » zum Artikel

Facebook dispute over Timeline trademark to go to jury trial

A trademark infringement lawsuit against Facebook over its use of 'timeline' will go to trial before a jury, after a judge ruled that the company had failed to show that the trademark was generic or descriptive, or Facebook's use of it amounted to fair use. » zum Artikel

Twitter puts photos "front and center" on mobile

Twitter timelines are pretty basic and heavy on the text. That changes now. » zum Artikel

Google gets all up in developers' Glass about branding

It's Glass. Just Glass. Always Glass. Big "G"; little "lass." Never refer to "Glass's timeline" and never ever call it "Google Glasses." Luddite. » zum Artikel

Twitter appears to have dodged Facebook's mobile problem

Twitter has fewer users and less revenue than Facebook, but in mobile advertising Twitter appears to have dodged the problems that dragged down Facebook's stock after its public offering last year. » zum Artikel

Soon, everyone will be searchable on Facebook

In a matter of weeks, everyone on Facebook will be searchable by name. But you'll still have ways to control who sees your content, as long as you can navigate Facebook's web of privacy controls. » zum Artikel

Twitter's new search tools make the 'town square' more personal

Twitter is on a customization kick these days. A Tuesday update to its iOS and Android apps offers up new search filters for finding and filtering only the content you want to see. » zum Artikel

Twitter reverses policy that would allow blocked persons to follow user

Twitter has reversed a controversial policy change announced Thursday that would let a user block others on Twitter, but the blocked people could still continue to follow and see the user's tweets and interact with them. » zum Artikel

Twitter to target ads based on tweeted keywords

Users on Twitter are now more likely to see ads based on what they tweet about. » zum Artikel

New gender options prove Facebook is no stodgy social network

Facebook wants you to be able to "better express your own identity," so the network is adding a range of gender options for American users for whom male and female don't apply. » zum Artikel

Getting started with iMovie 10

When we last gathered in these hallowed halls, Apple had released Mavericks and I gave you a tour of its most visible new features. Prior to that, we were just getting into the mechanics of iMovie '11. But wouldn't you know it, Apple released a new version of that program as well. And that leaves us where » zum Artikel

Facebook's birthday present: A look back at your social life

Have you opened your birthday gift from Facebook » zum Artikel

How to report spam and other violations on Twitter

Anyone who's ever mentioned an Apple product in a tweet has probably been on the receiving end of a torrent of replies from spambots. Oh the humanity. Fortunately, Twitter makes it easy to report spam--and other, more serious abuses. » zum Artikel

Hype 2.5: Tumult's 'love letter' update to its users is a triumph

As someone who despised WYSIWYG software for most of her life, I found myself rather shocked to be enjoying Tumult's HTML5 web and animation software, Hype, when it first came on the scene in 2011. Our initial review praised the software for its excellent HTML5 animation and website-building tools, and the app has only gotten better over the last few years. Its latest update, which Tumult calls ... » zum Artikel

Hong Kong govt plans second integrated data center

The Hong Kong SAR government is seeking a site for its second integrated data center while the first integrated data center will 'hopefully' be ready for use in 2019, said government CIO Daniel Lai at Legco's Panel on Economic Development this week. » zum Artikel

Tame your Twitter feed

Are you following too many people on Twitter, or finding your timeline unruly and hard to keep up with If so, you may have the Twitter overload blues. This happens to many Twitter users, but there's a way to cure this problem: Use lists both to organize the accounts you follow and to use Twitter more efficiently. » zum Artikel

Twitter goes down for 'most users'

Twitter said Tuesday that its service was down for most users, both on the desktop as well as most mobile apps. » zum Artikel

Postini traps legitimate messages, creates Gmail delivery backlog

Google has been scrambling for more than 24 hours to unclog a queue of messages sent to Gmail users that its Postini email filter incorrectly labeled as spam and quarantined. » zum Artikel

Making the most of iMovie's lesser-known features

In past iMovie lessons we've talked about the application's interface, importing media, constructing a basic movie project, creating trailers, and iMovie's more persnickety editing features. It's time to put a bow on the series by taking note of a few remaining features that you'll find helpful in your movie making. » zum Artikel

Migrating off Windows XP -- balancing doing it right and doing it 'right now'

Last week we covered the ever present question, whether to deploy Windows 7 or move directly to Windows 8.1. In this article we'll look at setting up your project for success. » zum Artikel


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Here's a brief look back at the very busy past year or so on the wireless spectrum scene in the United States:
A funny thing happened on the Internet Thursday morning. You see, Justin Bieber got busted for drunk driving, driving without a valid license, and resisting arrest, per CNN. So naturally, this is how Twitter responded:
Twitter version 6.0 is here, and the updated iOS and Android apps are another step toward making the social network a more mobile, more visual place to be.