Editorial Staff
Editorial Staff

Editorial Staff at I2Mag is a team of subject experts.

In an ongoing fight against spammers and scammers, Facebook and Washington State Attorney General Rob McKenna announced that have filed dual lawsuits against the co-owners of Adscend Media LLC, an ad network, which Facebook says is known to support “clickjacking” schemes, and other forms of tricking users into giving up personally identifiable information or money. “We...

With just a week passed when Apple reported its highest quarterly earnings of record $46.3 billion in revenue, the company is still find itself somewhere...

Changing a design is termed to be as “good”, but what if changing the design again and again to be called as – YouTube, the video sharing website...

Twitter announced in its blog post that to limit the content according to specified countries’ freedom of expression – the company added ability to reactively withhold content from users in a specific country – while keeping it available in the rest of the world. A year ago, the company having more emphasize on “The Tweets Must Flow” in which, “The open exchange...

Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc. released their net revenues of $3.4 billion in the fourth quarter of 2011, comparable to the fourth quarter of 2010....

The closure of Megaupload takes a step further – this time not by the feds or US government but by the Pirates of Catalonia who are planning to sue...

Have you ever wondered that the data (the content) you put in on the world’s largest search engine giant is of worth how much? A new research finds people puts up over $5,000 worth of personal information a year to Google in lieu of its “free services” – the search engine giant offers. Michael Fertik, CEO and founder of Reputation.com, says personal information...

Nokia and Microsoft have “been silent” from quite a longer time about their Windows Phone partnership – but with the announcement of Finnish mobile...

With the already financials shaking results of Nokia today, the Finnish company will see some major changes on its directorial board, after its Annual...

Nintendo today announced (PDF) sales of 556.2 billion yen ($7.2 billion) during the nine months ended December 31 (April to December 2011), down nearly 32 percent compared to the same period in 2010. It also posted a 48.4 billion yen (about $625 million) net loss. During the same period in 2010, Nintendo generated a profit of nearly 50 billion yen. Nintendo mentioned...