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March 2016

In an announcement last week, Blackberry acknowledged that Facebook will be discontinuing their app support for all Blackberry devices. Following the footsteps of WhatsApp, which recently announced that their support will be done by the end of the year, this amounts to another major blow against Blackberry that may see even their most ardent supporters and holdovers reconsider their future with the platform. In their press release (ironically entitled "Great Apps on Blackberry! A Strong Commitment to BlackBerry...

Having emerged as one of the fastest growing social media platforms, Snapchat has become increasingly popular with the younger demographic, claiming more than 60% of all 13-34 year-old smartphone users in the U.S. alone. Once notorious for providing "disappearing" video and photos between individuals, Snapchat has successfully evolved to mainstream use. With over 100 million active users a day, it has caught the interest of potential businesses and marketers as a good portal for advertising; yet, despite the extravagant prices for daily ads (reported...

Adobe Flash's fall from grace has been anything but smooth. Its death, as we've covered before, is inevitable with some browsers, such as Firefox, already blocking it. Yet, even within its final throes of life, Flash has still managed to continuously aggravate the tortuous headaches that is has become known for. Engadget reports today that Flash has once again been the subject of a major security flaw enabling "critical vulnerabilities that could potentially allow an attacker to take control of...