Eighty-one percent of iOS apps use it, as do 62 percent of Android apps. Facebook is winning the war for your online identity, hands down.
If an app or game wants to post to your wall, ask for your location, or post things to your friends, it has to get specific consent from you first, directly from your phone.
Everyone knows that mobile, social, cloud, and data are big freight trains of change that are blowing up old business models and old business practices. But let’s face it: that train is in the station. What’s next?
Guest Post The process of implementing an American national identity card would be an expensive logistical and bureaucratic nightmare.
The CIA’s venture arm, IN-Q-Tel, strikes strategic partnership with mobile security company Tyfone.
Facebook is working on new ad technology that will allow businesses you already buy from, but are not connected with on Facebook, match your email address and your Facebook identity.
By merging their customer records and your Facebook information, companies will be able to market to you better on Facebook … because they’ll know much more about you.
Identity is important to everyone, but many startups get it wrong. Getting identity right has been one of the main keys to Facebook’s success.
Intel and MasterCard have agreed to work together to beef up security for online shopping and make online payments a better experience overall.
miiCard, a virtual identity card, received £500,000 pounds, or $880,000, in a seed round today, and plans to bring more security to online transactions in the same way we check IDs offline.
Ping Identity, a cloud-security company, said Tuesday it secured a second round of funding of $21 million. The funding will be used for product development and increased sales efforts.
Christopher Poole, the founder of controversial online image board 4chan, outlined his vision for Web-based community today at the South by Southwest Interactive conference — and yes, his ideas are in pretty sharp contrast to those of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.