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Facebook Sues Lawyer That Helped Paul Ceglia

Facebook is suing four separate law firms that represented Paul Ceglia in his 2010 case against the social network. Four years ago, Ceglia made a claim that he owned 84 percent of the social network, and it took until 2013 for a court to rule that his claim was not

Official Vine App Launches For Xbox One

An official app for Vine has launched on the Xbox One, and it can now be downloaded for the platform. With the Vine app, users can browse and view videos, but they cannot record and upload their own. Vine has a special design on the Xbox One, and Microsoft claims

Twitter Drops SSL 3 Support

Twitter has gotten rid of support for SSL 3.0 in order to disable a vulnerability. While the social network has dropped support for SSL 3.0 to improve security, it also means some old web browsers will not work well with the site. A vulnerability in SSL was found 

Twitter In France To Get Payments From BPCE

Twitter users in France can register for S-Money, a new service from banking group BPCE. S-Money lets people send money to other people across the social network, and it was first introduced in September. Reuters says a press conference is just one day away,

Twitter's Head Of News Leaves Company

Vivian Schiller, Twitter's head of news, has announced her departure from the company. Schiller was only with the social network for around a year, but it doesn't sound like she is leaving because she was unhappy with the work environment. With three tweets, 

Google+ Head Says Social Network Is Here To Stay

Google+ has been around for years, and yet the social network has barely caught on with any group of users. Twitter and Facebook still attract far more new users, despite Google trying to force adoption by attaching Google+ to other Google sign-ups. Even with

Facebook Anonymous App Could Be Released This Month

There are rumors going around in regards to a new standalone application from Facebook that will offer anonymous chats. That app could launch as soon as this month, according to the New York Times. Facebook's app will reportedly let people chat without entering their
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