Brothers Convicted in Mobile Phone Scam

Nov 7, 2012 16:56:33Posted by John Skorick, MyAKA Founder & CEO

Brothers Convicted in Mobile Phone Scam Three brothers in the U.K. will be heading to prison after being convicted in a widespread insurance scam that affected thousands of people, reports the Coventry Telegraph. The Roderick brothers, Carl, Paul and Alun, were found guilty of swindling unsuspecting customers out of more than £187,000, and they used mo... Read More

Should You Tweet About Your Vote?

Nov 6, 2012 14:38:29Posted by John Skorick, MyAKA Founder & CEO

Should You Tweet About Your Vote? In the coming days, you can expect to see lots of people walking around with "I Voted!" stickers on their chests, and your Facebook and Twitter feeds will likely fill up with pics and notes about people heading to the polls. While social media is a great way to encourage your peers to take part in the democra... Read More

Pew Survey Sheds Light on Smart Phone Use

Nov 5, 2012 16:31:25Posted by John Skorick, MyAKA Founder & CEO

Pew Survey Sheds Light on Smart Phone Use If you feel like you've been seeing more smart phones when you're out and about, you're not imagining things. According to a recent survey from Pew Research Center's Internet and American Life Project, smart phone usage is up among American adults. Researchers interviewed 3,014 adults between August 7 a... Read More

Casual Friday: Ditch These Annoying Social Media Habits

Nov 2, 2012 09:27:34Posted by John Skorick, MyAKA Founder & CEO

Casual Friday: Ditch These Annoying Social Media Habits With a smart phone, you can post to Twitter or Facebook from just about anywhere -  on a roller coaster, during a meeting, even on the toilet. While it's great to post updates about your life and interesting tidbits you find on the internet, some people can develop social media habits that are downright annoyi... Read More

California Cracking Down on Mobile Privacy Violators

Nov 1, 2012 16:30:14Posted by John Skorick, MyAKA Founder & CEO

California Cracking Down on Mobile Privacy Violators One of California's top lawyers is very serious about protecting mobile privacy. Earlier this week, Attorney General Kamala D. Harris sent out letters to many mobile app creators, warning them that they had 30 days to comply with the California Online Privacy Protection act or else face legal action. App creators m... Read More

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