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SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 30- Microsoft Corp experts concluded several years ago that Chinese authorities had hacked into more than a thousand Hotmail email accounts, targeting international leaders of China's Tibetan and Uighur minorities in particular- but it decided not to tell the victims, allowing the hackers to continue their campaign, according to former...
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 30- Microsoft Corp said on Wednesday it will begin warning users of its Outlook.com email service when the company suspects that a government has been trying to hack into their accounts. Microsoft told Reuters about the plan in a statement. According to two former employees of Microsoft, the company's own experts had concluded several years...
Gone are the days when voters want politicians to kiss their babies or sign an autograph. These days most hope to score a selfie with a candidate.
Did Facebook jump the shark once parents and other "old" people got on it? Drexel University student Josh Weiss weighs in.
Dec 29- Twitter Inc hired a former Apple Inc employee as its vice president of diversity and inclusion, the micro-blogging site announced. Jeffrey Siminoff, who was previously the director of worldwide inclusion and diversity at Apple, replaces Janet Van Huysse. Van Huysse had outlined 2016 diversity goals for Twitter that included boosting the overall...
Dec 29- Twitter Inc has clarified its definition of abusive behavior that will prompt it to delete accounts, banning "hateful conduct" that promotes violence against specific groups. J.M. Berger, co-author of a March 2015 Brookings Institute "census" of ISIS Twitter use, which found that the militant group had operated at least 46,000 accounts from September to...
Dec 29- Twitter Inc hired former Apple Inc employee Jeffery Siminoff as vice president of diversity and inclusion, according to the micro-blogging website operator's employees. Van Huysse, who has been with Twitter for six years, announced her departure on the social networking website on Tuesday. Van Huysse in an earlier post had outlined 2016 diversity...
Twitter is the fabric of the Internet, says James Cakmak, Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co. analyst weighing in on Twitter's future as the social media company scrambles to attract more users to the platform.
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One analyst explains why FANG stocks will perform well into the new year, what could bring them down and which underdogs to watch.
Saudi Arabia's Kingdom Holding said on Thursday that it had led a group of investors that bought 5.3 percent of U.S. ride-hailing firm Lyft.
Rand Paul celebrated Festivus, made famous by "Seinfeld," by launching the traditional "airing of grievances" on Twitter.
Foursquare's value is set to halve. Here's why new funding might actually mean bad news for the startup, Re/code reports.
Kim Kardashian may want to break the Internet, but her new app hasn't destroyed Apple's App Store just yet.
Periscope wants to continue expanding its reach with creative broadcasts, whether they are filmed on smartphones or drones.
Oppenheimer analyst Jason Helfstein, discusses Twitter's struggles this year, and what investors can look forward to in the new year.
Holiday shoppers are buying stock in the form of gift cards, and the most popular options are Apple, Alphabet and Facebook.
Apple named live video streaming app Periscope the "iPhone app of the year." CEO Kayvon Beykpour, discusses growth and reach of the app since it was launched.
Twitter users may soon be able to take 'drone selfies.'
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