• Moms getting fed up with social media

    Moms getting fed up with social media

    A significant percentage of mothers have considered taking a hiatus from the social media scene, according to an online survey carried out by Impulse Research and published by Current Lifestyle Marketing.

    Their study found that 53 per cent of 1,004 moms have entertained the idea of taking a break from their online networks, while 60 per cent of mothers between the ages of 18 and 24 have contemplated temporarily silencing their Facebook and Instagram accounts.

  • Facebook in top spot for social referrals

    Facebook in top spot for social referrals

    Facebook has emerged in the top spot for social referrals, while Twitter dropped to third place behind Pinterest.

    A study published by Shareaholic showed that Facebook accounted for more than 22 per cent of all social-based traffic referrals, and its traffic has grown by 116 per cent over the last year.

  • iPhone 6 Sells Over 10 Million Units In First Weekend

    iPhone 6 Sells Over 10 Million Units In First Weekend

    In the first weekend of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sales, Apple has sold over ten million phones, according to a blog post on their website. Just three days into the iPhone 6’s sales in the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Puerto Rico, Singapore and the United Kingdom, the phones are
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  • Police officers investigated for social media posts

    Police officers investigated for social media posts

    A Freedom of Information request revealed that hundreds of police officers in the UK have been investigated for posting homophobic, threatening and racist messages on social media.

  • Hackers steal 4.5 million patients’ data

    Hackers steal 4.5 million patients’ data

    Community Health Systems Inc, one of the largest hospital groups in the US, has announced that it was the victim in a cyber attack resulting in the theft of 4.5 million patients’ records.

  • US states with fastest Internet access

    US states with fastest Internet access

    In a ranking of Internet speeds by state, Virginia had the fastest average Internet speed of 13.7 Mbps during Q1 2014, revealed Akamai’s latest “State of the Internet” report.