Recently, it became public knowledge that the Protect VPN app for iPhone is sending more than a significant amount of data back to Facebook. This seems particularly disheartening to VPN users who sought and chose this VPN service to enhance their personal security and to limit the amount of data that they share over the internet. So what now? Whats the point of a VPN then?
Today about 60% of the traffic to almost any website is made up of people on their phones, tablets and devices. That means that your site will be experienced more on mobile than any other platform. Furthermore, there is no sign of change in the future. Each year, mobile browsing will play a more and more significant role in the marketplace compared to traditional desktop browsing.
Facebook Places launched last week. It has been dubbed a competitor to Foursquare and other location-based services, a compliment to …
Google Chrome Web Store release a video for developers to get a preview of the kind of things they can achieve with the browser-based-software-distribution-tool(s). The short story behind the whole movement is to take traditional desktop software and make it available through the browser, hosted online and eventually accessible anywhere.