Facebook just released pictures of some of its technical infrastructure from its datacenters, and within them they reveal several inherent flaws in their hardware immediately visible. Spot what they are yet? Read on and find out.
Google announced just recently to Meebo users that it will be retiring the Meebo messaging service. Let’s compare this with Facebook and Microsoft’s ways of doing things, shall we?
Back on our old blog, we posted the pictures from a hack from 4chan targeting the Facebook profiles of numerous users. The users’ emails and passwords were retrieved from a database dump from a hacked Christian dating website, where the users clearly recycled passwords between Facebook and the dating site. The hacked pictures are hilarious [...]
At this point, I’m sure even Helen Keller knows about the Facebook IPO fiasco – and she’s dead. But in the aftermath of one of the most botched public offerings to date that has left investors stingy and companies fearful to go public (especially on NASDAQ). One company however – Workday – is about to [...]
The year is 1998. AOL is installed on virtually every consumer’s home PC, and past the horrible dialing sounds as it connected to the Internet via modem, AOL’s browser software and homepage were in your face. Every company promoted their AOL keyword on commercials and other advertisements. Fast forward to 2012: we’re about to enter [...]