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The mystery of invitations to network from LinkedIn contacts you never knew you had may have been solved. The social network for professionals is facing a class-action lawsuit over allegations that the firm "hacks" into the email address books of its
Via Plingm, LinkedIn users can also call each other for free. "In a turbulent job market, the need to network professionally is greater than ever...Via Plingm chat, LinkedIn's 151 million users can now chat for free, one by one or with group chat.
Plingm, the Swedish mobile VoIP app, takes the innovation lead on smartphone communication and introduces free phone calls for LinkedIn's 151 million users. Without a single digit, Plingm users with an iPhone can call their own contacts on LinkedIn
CT scans on children 'could triple brain cancer risk' Health correspondent, BBC News The study looked at the records of nearly 180,000 young patients Multiple CT scans in childhood can triple the risk of developing brain cancer or leukaemia, a study
Business social network LinkedIn says it is investigating reports that more than six million passwords have been stolen and leaked onto the Internet. Graham Cluley, a security expert with Sophos, said in a blog post that a file
Australians using the professional social media site LinkedIn, employment in the finance sector has decidedly lost popularity. The banking/venture capital category dropped 6 per cent last year among Australia's 700,000 LinkedIn users, as the pace of