Facebook launches Messenger for Android app for non-Facebook users, allows sign ups with just a phone number
Facebook launches Messenger for Android app for non-Facebook users, allows sign ups with just a phone number
                             

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Sophos declares 2012 the year of Android and Mac malware, as cybercriminals look beyond Windows

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New Sophos on Tuesday released its Security Threat Report 2013 which, much like how newly released cars are named, was actually put together this year. The 40-page document is extensive, but only one takeaway is really worth noting: 2012 is the year of new platforms and modern malware, meaning the once...
Sophos declares 2012 the year of Android and Mac malware, as cybercriminals look beyond Windows

Evernote Expands Its Premium Offerings: Evernote Business Now Live In 7 Countries

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New Evernote, the popular personal information and productivity app that last week announced another $85 million in financing and more than 45 million users, is continuing to expand its platform to cover evermore circles of use cases. Today, the company is officially rolling out Evernote Business, an enterprise-focused, premium version of the...
Evernote Expands Its Premium Offerings: Evernote Business Now Live In 7 Countries

Facebook now allows you to sign up to Messenger for Android using just your name and phone number

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New With reports that Facebook was looking to acquire popular cross-platform messaging service Whatsapp just about settling down, the social network has opened up its Messenger service to allow users to sign-up using just their name and mobile phone number. Making signups friction-free, Facebook hopes that you will be able to...
Facebook now allows you to sign up to Messenger for Android using just your name and phone number

Meet Younity, 'cloudless' personal cloud that doesn't store your files online

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Entangled Media, a company founded by Foundstone and Jabber alumni, has announced the public beta launch of its personal cloud service Younity, which is currently free of charge and does not store any of your files online. The creators of Younity say that people nowadays have approximately 1TB of content...
Meet Younity, 'cloudless' personal cloud that doesn't store your files online

A Third Mobile Platform? There's No Room for One.

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Kantar Worldpanel ComTech says that Apple’s iOS recently ousted Google’s Android as the most popular smartphone OS in the U.S.? Not so says comScore. According to its survey of 30,000 U.S. mobile subscribers, Android continues to hold that title. For the three months ending in October, comScore figures Android captured...
A Third Mobile Platform? There's No Room for One.
Updated Kisksend simplifies high-volume sharing and printing of private photos
Younity skips storage limits, making all your files available on all your devices
No Facebook Account Required: Facebook Messenger For Android Allows Sign Ups With Just A Phone Number
Far away from family? Send printed photos to their nearest drugstore or Target with Kicksend
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