AT&T Network Goof Causes Erroneous Facebook Logins
AT&T has admitted that several of its customers who attempted to log into Facebook were mistakenly redirected into other users' accounts. AT&T spokesman Michael Coe told the Associated Press that a network problem was behind some of the misdirected Facebook logins, and that only a small number of customers were affected. In a separate case, other users were also directed to the Facebook pages of other users due to flawed cookies. The cookies weren't properly recognizing the phone and failed to associate them with the right users' account. AT&T is still investigating how the cookies were incorrectly routed.
Apple 'Investigating Fix' for Faulty Watch 3 LTE Performance
Sep 20, 2017
Apple today admitted that its new cellular-connected smartwatch has a problem. Early reviewers of the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE complained of intermittent or non-existent data connections when away from their iPhone.
Ice View Case for HTC 10 Replaces Dot View
Apr 12, 2016
Alongside the 10 smartphone, HTC today announced the Ice View Case. This case is similar to the Dot View Case, but makes big improvements in usability.
Twitter to Mandate Email or Phone Number Verification for New Accounts
Jun 27, 2018
Twitter is rolling out a number of changes to its platform in order to fight spam and malicious content. One step it is taking will require new users to confirm either an email address or phone number when they sign up to Twitter.
Instagram Introduces New Security and Verification Tools
Aug 28, 2018
Instagram today said it has introduced three new features that are meant to help keep its one billion users safe. To start, a new "about this account" section will appear so people can see when other public accounts were created, where it is located, if the screen name has been changed, and what ad campaigns the account might be running.
Researchers Suggest Phone Makers Mislead Consumers About Security Patches
Apr 12, 2018
Security Research Labs says Android phone makers often miss security patches but still tell owners the phones are up-to-date. Researchers Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell examined the code of some 1,200 phones from more than a dozen phone makers for every security patch released during 2017.
It's Luke Wilsons fault!!!!!!!!!!!!
They both suck
But Facebook has absolutely no respect for users, and this isn't the only case. Give us your email password! Allow this "application" to access all of your data without knowing what it does! We're sharing all of your info by default, unless you figure out our weird multi-level privacy settings! And to hell with encryption!
at&t still screwing up at every turn.
a company of this size and with this much clout in ip/internet should not have these types of problems. i guess it just goes to show what type of company it is under ralph de la vega. ignorant. randall needs t
Facebook should be using HTTPS, not HTTP + cookies .. bad
now that is simply awesome