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1 in 5 women on Pinterest

(image) A new study has revealed one in five American women now use virtual pin network Pinterest.

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Cascading bug takes on Twitter, wins

(image) A cascading bug has been blamed for the widespread outages users experienced Thursday on Twitter.

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Google warns Gmail users of ‘state-sponsored’ attacks

(image) Google has announced a new alerts system that will alert users when they may be the subject of 'state-sponsored' attacks.

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IE10 to have default ‘Do not track’ setting

(image) Microsoft are to roll out the latest version of Internet Explorer with a 'Do not track' setting switched on as the default in an effort to give users more control over privacy settings.

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Researchers find spyware in Simurgh

(image) Simurgh software - a tool designed to protect the identities of web users in the middle east - has been found to contain a Trojan virus, researchers say.

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Google Analytics Launches Social Reports Tool

(image) Google has launched its new Social Reports tool for Analytics to help websites better track social metrics.

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Twitter unlocks its archives for market research

(image) Twitter has partnered with DataSift to grant market researchers access to two years' worth of Twitter updates with Historics.

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Pinterest catches up to social networks with referral traffic

(image) Pinterest is the fastest growing referral site on the net, eclipsing the likes of YouTube, LinkedIn and Google+, according to new stats released by Shareaholic.

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Siri a data-hungry virtual assistant

(image) iPhone 4S users are using twice as much data as iPhone 4 users, thanks to the introduction of Siri.

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Population growth dominates Facebook’s newsfeed

(image) Facebook has announced its most popular stories in the UK from the social network this year, with a BBC news story concerning global population growth coming in as the top story in 2011.

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