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Hurricane Sandy Not Topping Social Media
October 29, 2012, by Sean Captain, Managing Editor, TechNewsDaily
Football and #ToMyFutureSon discussion grabbing attention.
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Discover and Share Music with SoundTracking for Spotify
October 24, 2012, TechNewsDaily Staff
Tag music with your pictures and comments, and see what others are listening to, on Spotify.
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New LinkedIn Profiles Steal a Page From Facebook
October 17, 2012, Michael Gowan, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Professional networking site launches updated design to get people more involved.
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Facebook Cancer Scam Breaks Teen Hearts
October 09, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Girls fall in love as con-artist kills off fictional family.
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Fake Miley Cyrus Sex Tape Used to Scam Facebookers (Again)
October 03, 2012, by Ben Weitzenkorn, Staff Writer, Security, TechNewsDaily
Scammers steal authentication tokens, spam users’ friends.
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Romney's '47 Percent' Video Beats Eastwooding for Popularity
September 18, 2012, by Sean Captain, Managing Editor, TechNewsDaily
A revealing private conversation embarrasses the candidate and entertains online viewers.
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Mars Curiosity Landing Rules the Night Online
August 06, 2012, by Sean Captain, Managing Editor, TechNewsDaily
In the late night and wee hours, NASA's audacious mission dominated online discussion.
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Fines May Not Stop Facebook Snooping by Employers
August 06, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
llinois just joined Maryland in making it illegal for employers to demand access to your social media accounts. But corporate snooping is on the rise and there's nothing illegal about it.
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Victim Jessica Redfield Personifies Denver Theater Shooting on Twitter
July 20, 2012, by Sean Captain, Managing Editor, TechNewsDaily
Friends honor young reporter who had narrowly escaped another mass shooting just a year earlier.
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Online Flea Market Krrb Works the Way Craigslist Should
July 19, 2012, Lisa L. Kirchner
Virtual auction house offers everything from real estate to artisanal party hats.
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What's New With Spotify?
July 06, 2012, Mike Kobrin, TechNewsDaily audio contributor
Music-streaming service Spotify is becoming more and more compelling, with unlimited free listening on computers and free Spotify radio on mobile Apple devices.
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US and Brazil Tweet the Most
July 05, 2012, by Sean Captain, Managing Editor, TechNewsDaily
Study of where messages originate indicates which countries have the most tweets.
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Social-Media Safety Beyond Facebook and Twitter
June 14, 2012, Sue Marquette Poremba, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
The Big Two aren't the only targets for online criminals
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Pro-Anorexia Users Flock to Instagram
June 06, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Despite following Tumblr's policy to ban blogs that support anorexia and other harmful behaviors, social photo sites are attracting the thin-obsessed in droves.
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Airtime Offers Video Chat with Facebook Friends and Strangers
June 05, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
It's impossible to avoid comparing Sean Parker's new video chat app for Facebook with the infamous Chatroulette. Can Airtime's safety features protect people from the perils of chatting with strangers?
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Twitter and Facebook Grapple with Age Limits
June 05, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Twitter tests a new age checker for followers of alcohol makers. Meanwhile, Facebook considers ways to comply with child privacy laws and still open site to kids under 13.
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Olympics and Politics Dominate Popular Viral Videos
May 22, 2012, Ed Oswald, TechNewsDaily contributor
A recent study suggests we see a lot of ads online, with the Olympics and politics ranking high among viral videos in May.
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Viewpoint: Dating Sites Still Don’t Get Social Networking
May 15, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Is there anything more disappointing than not even recognizing your Match.com date? Here's how online dating services could solve that problem.
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Facebook Invites More Input on Privacy Policy
May 14, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Who can fault Facebook for trying? But its red-lined draft document could frustrate all but the most dogged privacy advocates.
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Got a Smartphone? You Likely Socialize As Much As You Game
April 30, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
A new report shows that people are spending as much time social networking as playing games on their phones.
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Viewpoint: Study of Digital Native Kids Gets Some Things Right
April 23, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Kids ages 11 to 13 have grown up in a world of technology that's different than the one their older siblings experienced. But that may not have molded them as much as researchers claim.
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Miss Picnik? PicMonkey Offers More for Free
April 23, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
For casual photo editors, the stripped-down Picnik now available in Google+ is probably a no-go. PhotoShop is too expensive and downright unfriendly. But there's an alternative.
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Why California Is Banning Social Media from the Hiring Process
April 23, 2012, by Leslie Meredith, Senior Writer, TechNewsDaily
Social media could be banned from background checks in California, along with employers' "right" to demand login credentials from both jobseekers and current employees.
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'Girls Around Me' — Unexpected Consequences of Sharing Data
April 06, 2012, Seán Captain, TechNewsDaily managing editor
The woman-tracking app spotlights how privacy is not just a matter of the information companies collect, but how they use it.
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