The company has been slowly removing Google and Facebook log-ins from its site, and Flickr is next on the list.
If you get nervous using your Facebook log-in to sign into apps and websites, two new features will let you limit the personal information you share. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi explains how they'll work.
The pay-television provider ferrets out any reason users would turn to an online alternative, most recently removing prompts to log in to its online portal when using a home network.
Google updates its multiple account sign in feature to make the log-in process more streamlined.
Passwords are fine, but when you really want to keep things safe, you should go for two-factor authentication.
Following the release of an infographic that created some confusion over the use of the term "compromised," Facebook elaborates on its process for blocking suspicious log-ins.
OS X users running Unsanity's FruitMenu application may not be able to log in to the Mac App Store. Unsanity is apparently working on a fix for this issue, which may be a simple oversight in FruitMenu's code.
A few people using the new Mac App Store are finding it impossible to log in because the sign-in window is missing. This appears to be caused by an incompatibility with the popular FruitMenu OS add-on.
Site builder Webs has just added Facebook Connect, which will let its site creators and visitors share content back to Facebook.