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  • Yahoo claims to have fixed its staffing problem

    Goldman's statement is backed up by the company's annual report, which claims that it received more than 340,000 job applications in 2013 which was double the number in 2012. Yahoo is the third-highest-paying company in Silicon Valley for engineers last year, behind Juniper Networks and LinkedIn.
  • AMD's Carrizo will be 28nm

    AMD was thought to have the time and tech to go for 20nm with its foundry partners, but LinkedIn data suggesting that Carrizo, AMD's first APU with an Excavator-class CPU, is built on the much less interesting 28nm.
  • Angry Birds grass you up to James Bond

    The agencies have traded methods for collecting location data from a user of Google Maps and for gathering address books, friend lists, phone logs and geographic data embedded in photos when a user posts to the mobile versions of Facebook, Flickr, LinkedIn, Twitter and other services, the Times said
  • Hackers nick Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo passwords

    318,000 Facebook accounts, 70,000 Gmail, Google+ and YouTube accounts, 60,000 Yahoo accounts, 22,000 Twitter accounts and 8,000 LinkedIn accounts were hacked.
  • British spooks spoofed Slashdot and LinkedIn

    British spooks used spoof sites of Slashdot and LinkedIn to distribute spying malware, a German newspaper has claimed.
  • Republican admits Facebook fraud

    He claimed that he had access to scarce pre-IPO shares of Facebook as well as LinkedIn, Groupon and Zynga.
  • LinkedIn announces prostitute pogrom

    Professional social network LinkedIn recently announced a series of privacy policy changes, most of which are simplifications of existing policies, but one change isn’t.
  • Zuckerberg to announce political advocacy group

    RumourThe group will, according to the Wall Street Journal's sources, seek $50 million in capital before it lobbies for federal reform on topics including immigration and education. It has reportedly secured millions from LinkedIn top exec Reid Hoffman.
  • Republican politician arrested for Facebook IPO fraud

    Craig Berkman, 71, told investors he had access to scarce pre-IPO shares of Facebook and other social media companies such as LinkedIn, Groupon and Zynga.
  • Bing puts 'five times' more Facebook content in social search

    Bing's social search sidebar also makes it possible to query LinkedIn, G+, Twitter, Klout, Foursquare, and Quora. But the big deal is Facebook.
  • AMD chief designer heads to Samsung

    According to CRN, Goddard is now vice president and system architect at Samsung's Austin, Texas-based facility. The move was kept quiet and was only spotted when he changed his LinkedIn profile.
  • Aussie spooks blow cover on Facebook

    A survey by Fairfax Media found that while in the good old days you would not be able to find out what a spook did without a lot of torture, or a honey trap,  more than 200 former and present intelligence officers have disclosed their classified employment in profiles on LinkedIn, other professional
  • Social networks fail to entice Black Friday shoppers

    However, advertisers on websites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube are still struggling to monetise the networks, with all of the above generating just 0.34 percent of all online sales throughout Black Friday - a decrease of over 35 percent from 2011.
  • Steve Ballmer calls the kettle black

    LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman quizzed the shy and retiring CEO on all things Microsoft and mobile when Ballmer accused Android of being wild, uncontrolled, and susceptible to malware. He then went on to call Apple high priced and highly controlled, the | Verge reports.
  • Wikipedia hit by "pay for entry" scandal

    Roger Bamkin, trustee of the Wikimedia Foundation UK, whose LinkedIn page describes him as a high-return-earning PR consultant, appeared to be using Wikipedia's main page "Did You Know" feature and the resources of Wikipedia's GLAM WikiProject to hawk Gibraltar - which is his client.
  • Microsoft ditches Hotmail

    The Outlook.com update features an address book that brings in contacts from third party services such as Gmail, Facebook, and LinkedIn. As with Google, Microsoft plans to include a cloud storage service which will tie in with Outlook.com.
  • Hackers raid Yahoo

    Password security is a "bit of a cause" at the moment following high-profile password thefts at LinkedIn, eHarmony, and Last.fm.
  • Finnish start up gives MeeGo new lease of life

    The startup known as Jolla Mobile said in a statement on its LinkedIn page that it would focus on designing, developing and selling new MeeGo-based smartphones and was working with international private investors and partners to make this a success.

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