The contentious privacy policies of the popular social networking site Facebook came to the fore yet again when, in their recent open letter, privacy and civil liberties groups urged the company’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg to address issues that violate the privacy rights of the over 400 million users of the site.
That the competition in the smartphone market is intensifying even further is evident from the fact that on Wednesday, June 23 – that is, one day before the June 24-scheduled launch of the Apple iPhone 4 – Motorola, Verizon, and Adobe will introduce the next generation of Droid mobile devices.
The three-way scuffle between the bigwig gaming console makers – Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony – has apparently taken a new turn, with all three of them using the ongoing Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) event in Los Angeles to introduce their new motion controllers.
The Federal Reserve has introduced new rules in order to protect the credit card holders from getting hammered by the penalty fees and lofty late payment charges.
The new rules will respond to public and the congressional outrage on practices by the credit card firms. The new rules will prevent the credit card companies from charging penalty fee more than 25 dollars for late payment of the existing bill.
A US court has ruled that the body of the US actor Gary Coleman should not be cremated until his ex-girlfriend will see his body for the last time.
Last month, the former different strokes star Gary died because of a brain hemorrhage after a fall in his house at Utah.
His former girlfriend Anna Gray and ex-wife Shannon Price are in a state of cold war over the control issue of his state.
Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has recalled more drugs after they were said to have been showing major side-effects. Four additional lots of Benadryl, the medicine for allergy and Tylenol gels, for giving extra strength, have been taken back from the market.