Social networking platform Facebook is reportedly restoring the ‘most recent' feature on the News Feed. In a blog post, Facebook said that users will now be able to see the most recent activities on their news feed as well.
According to trusted sources, Facebook Inc. is about to enter into a settlement with U.S. Federal Trade Commission over various deceptive practices regarding several Facebook features that includes their privacy settings. This initiative shows growing concern over privacy in this digital era.
Oracle finally launched biggest updates for their Solaris Operating System. In an event held at the Gotham Hall, New York the announcement was made by Oracle. A video replay of the event has been posted on Oracle's official website, in which, Mark Hurd, Oracle's President addressed Solaris 11 as "the first cloud OS" and also added words like, "With this OS: Game over."
Google has announced that it is bringing its highly popular +1 button to images on the web. In a blog post, the company said that when users conduct an image search on Google, they would be able to see the +1 button on them, which would allow them to share the images that they like with their friends on Google+.
Howard Stringer has claimed that the company is working on a new type of television. Stringer, speaking during breakfast hosted by the publication, said that the TV market was highly competitive with TV makers scrambling to come with new TV technology to garner more market share.