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Aug 22, 2017
AccuWeather found sending user location data to servers without location sharing turned onA security researcher has caught weather app AccuWeather sending user geolocation data to third-party advertisers even when location sharing is turned off.
Jul 06, 2017
Dating app happn announces new features to boost chance encountersGlobal dating app "happn" announced the launch of a new feature that may provide yet another opportunity to boost chance encounters.
Mar 09, 2017
Uber to stop using secret tool to evade law enforcement regulatorsThe "Greyball" programme used geolocation data, credit card information, social media accounts, and other data to profile app users they believed to be involved in sting operations.
Mar 09, 2017
Instagram gets geostickers, yet another feature 'borrowed' from SnapchatAfter launching the 'Stories' feature, Instagram has now added its own geostickers.
Jul 14, 2016
Pokemon Go may add sponsored locationsPokémon GO may end up playing a role in major brands' marketing, according to industry experts.
May 20, 2016
Offline retail is set to get a major boost from mobile commerceThe bridge between digital traffic and foot traffic has become a competitive necessity in retail.
Mar 06, 2016
Google to make changes in 'Right to Be Forgotten' for EU searchesInternet giant Google has confirmed that it would remove some search results from all of its sites starting next week within the European Union.
Jul 17, 2012
Twitter v3.1 comes to BlackBerry App WorldNews has it that the Twitter v3.1 (official version number is 188.8.131.52) has now officially arrived to the BlackBerry App World.
May 09, 2012
How Internet detectives, and others, find out where you liveAn explosion of people checking into social networks is being exploited by mobile application makers and private detectives, who say they can use...
Feb 17, 2012
Why Sibal's mobile phone tracking dream won't workKapil Sibal’s intention to log every Indian’s location via their mobile phone means he’ll be able to do much more than just tell you where you were last night. But his plans have a hole big enough to drive a tank through.