It appears in today’s Hong Kong newspaper (Apple Daily) that unauthorized Facebook credit transactions were carried out for a Facebook user.
The user claims that his credit card was used to purchase Faecbook credits 5 times recently for a Facebook game that he never plays. He mentioned that he has registered his credit card information as that is required as part of the Facebook Developer registration process.
He has already reported the case to Hong Kong Police and Facebook.
For details of the incidence, please see: http://hk.apple.nextmedia.com/template/apple/art_main.php?iss_id=20111116&sec_id=4104&subsec_id=11867&art_id=15805789
Recently, Facebook has removed the Reviews tab from application profile pages. According to Facebook, We’ve found that the best way to encourage conversation and feedback is through posts and comments on your Wall, so we’re removing the Reviews and Discussions … Continue reading
Just in case you are not aware of, a minor update version on the Facebook PHP SDK is available. The latest version is v3.1.1-12. For details, please visit http://www.fb-developers.info/tech/fb_dev/phpsdk/phpsdkv311_12_update/index.php.
Posted in news
Tagged PHP SDK
Firefox 8 Now Available Firefox 8 is officially released on Mozilla’s site! The biggest new feature is that Firefox itself now handles third party add-on installations to avoid security problems from sketchy extensions. Also included in the new version is … Continue reading
I would like to introduce a site featuring various technology and gaming news to you all. News categories include: Facebook related news Web Technology, including PHP, JQuery and Web Browser Gaming news, including PS3, Xbox, PC Games News about Apple, including … Continue reading
Oracle has released VirtualBox 4.1.6, a maintenance release of VirtualBox 4.1 which improves stability and fixes regressions. You can download the binaries here: http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/4.1.6/ This is a maintenance release. The following items were fixed and/or added: VRDP: fixed screen corruption … Continue reading
Quoting from the latest article in the Facebook Dev Blog, In November 2010 Facebook introduced a new messaging product which unified conversations sent via chat, e-mail and regular Facebook messages. Today we are beginning the transition of our old mailbox … Continue reading
Posted in news