Are you concerned with internet privacy? You should be, and it’s worse than you imagined! With newly invented technology for facial recognition, your tagged Facebook photos may help the authorities, or even a stranger, ID you while you walk down the street.
Apple is facing a class-action suit, which accuses the company with conspiring to jack up the prices on e-books. A law firm in Seattle is targeting Apple in part because of their dominance of tablet and smartphone sales, according to the managing director of the firm.
Cisco’s sales climbed slightly, but their net income took a hit from the previous year’s figures. Profit for the fourth fiscal quarter dropped one-third from Q4 of the previous year, and sales only rose by 3.3 percent, as reported by the company on Wednesday.
Net fourth quarter income ended on June 30th, and sat at $1.2 billion, down over 36 percent from the previous year’s figure of $1.9 billion. Earnings for each share declined as well, by over 33 percent, to 22 cents a share, down from 33 cents a year ago.
As rioting continued to rule London streets, local police have turned to the Internet to help uncover the identity of those who are wreaking havoc in their city.
On Tuesday, the MPL (Metropolitan Police of London) posted various photos on Flickr which showed people they think have participated in rioting and looting. As of now, the photos are focused on the West Norwood and Croydon neighborhoods, though more photos are expected to be posted soon.