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iOS app collects users' calendar data and transmits it to the networking company's servers, without revealing the transmission to members, two mobile security researchers discover.
Long a bland but practical site, the professional social network injects itself into almost every business task people might want to complete on their smartphone or tablet.
Stay on top of your job hunt and build your professional network on the run with these apps on Windows Phone.
Facebook adjusts the News Feed formula with Story Bumping, Apple launches charger trade-in program, and Samsung files trademark for Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Amazon asks users for feedback on new show pilots, Twitter dabbles with the TV business, and Google launches app for donations.
Research in Motion is gearing up for its massive BlackBerry 10 launch in January next year, and it's pitching its reasons for you to jump on the BlackBerry bandwagon.
The job-based social network launches a Windows Phone app with what it calls "even more functionality than its iOS and Android siblings."
A start-up is betting that consumers and businesses will miss their smartphone apps when using Windows and will pay to bridge the gap.
LinkedIn is bringing its 60 million users to the BlackBerry OS, with features that integrate the app with core BlackBerry services.