Twitter has announced an advertising tool that will allow companies to target tweets at specific users. Advertisers can now tweet at users based on their geographic location or whether they access the site using mobile devices or personal computers.
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Google is expected to pay a $22.5 million fine – the largest ever imposed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission – in relation to the discovery that Google used special code to get around the Safari browser's built-in privacy controls to track users.
Google has finally brought its indoor mapping service to the UK, after launching it in the U.S. last November. Available now on Android smartphones, the feature enables users to get directions while indoors, with 40 venues already onboard
Aided by Nokia, Bing has added thousands of "Venues" to its mapping offerings to help users in North America, Europe, and Asia find and navigate shopping malls, airports, convention centers, museums, parks, racecourses, racetracks, and stadiums.
Day two of the Googles I/O conference in San Francisco saw the introduction of Google Chrome and Drive apps for iOS devices. Google showcased the apps latest features and showed what Google software looks like on an Apple device during the show.
Facebook has begun changing all users' default contact details to a @Facebook.com email address without asking for their permission beforehand, it has been uncovered, a move which has sparked a backlash from its social networkers.