Users may be owed a few dollars as the result of a lengthy court battle in which Apple and a number of developers are accused of uploading contacts to their servers without permission.
It seems that Microsoft clearly hasn't been put off by previous negative experiences when acquiring companies for multi-billion dollar deals. The company is today announcing that it is in talks to acquire professional networking site and service LinkedIn for a whopping $26.2 billion. The acquisition will be an all-cash purchase, meaning that Microsoft will hand over $26 billion in pure cash rather than cash plus shares, which will see each of LinkedIn's shares valued at $196 each.
It's Facebook infographic time again, and the latest one covers the possibility that Facebook, Twitter and other online social networks might just be able to help you land your next job, believe it or not.
When you think 'social network', the first sites popping into your mind would probably be Facebook, Twitter or Google+ - maybe even those now derelict platforms of yesteryear such as Bebo and MySpace.