By typing in malicious code, high-level bug erases comments
On Wednesday, social media giant Facebook took a humble bow to a 10-year old Finnish lad’s code-altering skills and paid him $10,000 for discovering a high-risk flaw in its Instagram API. The bug allowed any Instagram commenter to type malicious code into the comment section of any status update and effectively delete anyone’s comments from a post.
Facebook own's everything you do – have an advert
Oculus Rift has a Terms of Service agreement which gives whatever you are working on to Facebook (which owns the Rift).
No one is interested any more
Facebook and WhatsApp have decided to cease all support for BlackBerry 10 and BBOS platforms.
Shipping in May 2016
Steam store has a €899 starter offer for Vive glasses with an additional €61.20 shipping and tax.
You really have to listen to court orders
Facebook’s attempt to do an Apple and ignore a court order in Brazil has resulted in its vice president being jailed.
Eventually wants 914 million mobile users to jump in front of live camera
On Thursday, the world’s largest social networking platform has just made live streaming available as an option to all Apple iOS users in the United States. The update marks the first time the company has made the feature widely available.
Still out of Touch
Oculus touch controllers will be delayed until Q2 2016 as the company needs more time to perfect the technology. This was confirmed in company's official blog.
Two years in prison
The UK government is threatening to jail leaders of tech companies who warn their customers that they have been victims of government spying.
Because everyone wants Facebook’s intelligence
Social notworking site Facebook has announced it will open source its artificial intelligence (AI) hardware.
Investigate privacy issues
The Irish Government is very close to Facebook and Apple, which use the country as a tax haven, however a few eyebrows were raised when its Data Protection Commissioner refused to investigate a data privacy complaint by Austrian law student Max Schrems.