Before the age of GPS, traveling to unfamiliar places was so difficult. When Global Positioning Systems were introduced, it made traveling more easier and convenient. But when smartphones came with internet and maps were so easily accessed, seasoned travellers and truck drivers were so much more easier. GPS doesn’t have the ability to pickup closed roads on the fly, unlike the maps on smartphones using internet, it picks up the latest road closings and exist to be used for more convenient traveling and avoiding heavy traffics.
But this technology is not a good news to all . . . → Read More: California Judge Bans Access of Maps on Smartphones While Driving
As the threats from North Korea continues to grow against South Korea and the U.S., hackers are on the move and took over the North Korea’s social media accounts, Twitter and Flickr.
On Thursday, the country’s Flickr and Twitter accounts began posting updates which doesn’t seem to be normal from its previous behavior. With this, experts concluded that the two North Korean social media accounts have been taken over by hackers.
Following this news, a group of hacker claimed and took responsibility. Anonymous, a group of hackers which already made their name because of . . . → Read More: North Korea’s Twitter and Flickr Hacked; Photo of Kim Jong Un Having Pig Snout
Twitter is going on the battlefield again and face the court in France for the offensive, racist tweets.
It was in October 2012, that a hashtag #UnBonJuif or “A good Jew” in English made a trending topic in France through the largest microblogging social network in the world. The UEJF or the Association of Jewish Students in France ignited the legal action against Twitter asking the court to force the site to hand them the details of those users who used the hashtag to legal actions will be filed against them. The court agreed with the . . . → Read More: Twitter Fined 50 million over Racist Tweets
Jack Dorsey, the maker of Twitter – one of the biggest social network in the world, and Square was profiled by “60 Minutes” and mentioned that he once dreamed of becoming a mayor.
The interview with Mr. Dorsey focused more on how his new invention, Square, handles payments through the mobile phones, but an interesting part catches attention when he mentioned that he wants to be a mayor in New York City.
Jack Dorsey did not state any more details about the mayor dreams like when, however, he mentioned that he wants to move . . . → Read More: Will Twitter Creator Run for Mayor in New York?