Apple Has Quietly Started Tracking iPhone Users Again

Apple's launch of the iPhone 5 in September came with a bunch of new commercials to promote the device.

But Apple didn't shout quite so loud about an enhancement to its new mobile operating system, iOS 6, which also occurred in September: The company has started tracking users so that advertisers can target them again, through a new tracking technology called IFA or IDFA.

Firefox Beta adds 'preliminary support' for Social API


The new application programming interface is intended to let developers integrate social features directly into the browser, though it doesn't sound like it's ready for prime time yet.

Social Media Goes to the Dogs

At this year’s Barkworld Expo, you can participate in dog yoga in the morning, a pet costume HOWL-O-Ween Charity Pawty in the evening and share everything on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest or you social network of choice all day long. That’s because the Barkworld Expo is a national social networking conference for dogs (and cats) and the pet owners that love them.

It’s coming back to Atlanta October 25-27, 2012 and is being held at the Westin Buckhead.


A Social Network Sees Opportunity in Facebook’s Mobile Follies

Before Facebook went public, Jim Judson was offered shares of the social networking giant in the mid-$20 range. The active private investor and telecom pioneer thought about it, but ultimately turned down the opportunity. Based on the company’s stock price of $19.75, that was the right call.


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