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OS X Mavericks Preview: easily access your LinkedIn account

OS X Mavericks Preview: easily access your LinkedIn account

LinkedIn bills itself as the largest professional network on the Internet; the company claims to have 238 million registered members worldwide. It's little wonder, then, that Apple's made it easier for you to connect in OS X Mavericks. Whether you're looking for a job or looking just to connect...
Social Networking: How to get started on your iPhone and iPad!

Social Networking: How to get started on your iPhone and iPad!

Everything you need to know about getting started with Facebook, Twitter, ADN, Google+, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Instagram, Path, Foursquare, Tumblr, Flipboard, and more! Today on Talk Mobile we asked if and how you needed to be on social networks. While it might seem everyone is already hip deep...
Apple looking to improve Siri’s conversational skills with new job posting

Apple is looking to expand Siri’s conversational skills and features according to a new job posting

Apple is seeking some fresh blood to help improve Siri. A job advertisement appeared on the business orientated social networking site LinkedIn yesterday seeking an individual who can help evolve and enrich Siri, Apple’s personal digital assistant. We’re looking for a uniquely creative...

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LinkedIn shutters Intro service for iPhone

Were you using LinkedIn Intro? Well, neither was anybody else, so they're shuttering it!

It was only October when professional social media network LinkedIn introduced Intro, a service that enabled you to check the LinkedIn profile (when available) of people sending you e-mail. Today LinkedIn announced that as of March, Intro will be no more. Intro met with a pretty disastrous...
Why LinkedIn's new Intro feature is scary as hell and needs to die by fire

Why LinkedIn's new Intro feature is scary as hell and needs to die by fire

LinkedIn released what, on the surface, sounds like a great new feature: Intro. It lets you have fancy business-centric HTML content injected right in your emails. If the word injected seems odd, it should. The way Intro is implemented, it destroys security and privacy in mail. Scratch the great...
LinkedIn defends Intro security

LinkedIn defends Intro security

Last week professional networking service LinkedIn introduced a new service called Intro, which works on your iPhone and in conjunction with your e-mail account to provide you with instant details about the people you're communicating with, linking to their LinkedIn profiles. In fact, it reroutes...
LinkedIn revamps iPad app and Pulse, debuts new Intro service

LinkedIn revamps iPad app and Pulse, debuts new Intro service

At an event in San Francisco the popular professional networking service LinkedIn introduced a revamped iPad app along with Intro, a new service that hooks into Apple's Mail app to give you LinkedIn intel on your contacts. It works with most popular mail services, according to Engadget. With an...

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Were you using LinkedIn Intro? Well, neither was anybody else, so they're shuttering it!

It was only October when professional social media network LinkedIn introduced Intro, a service that enabled you to check the LinkedIn profile (when available) of people sending you e-mail. Today LinkedIn announced that as of March, Intro will be no more.

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LinkedIn defends Intro security

Last week professional networking service LinkedIn introduced a new service called Intro, which works on your iPhone and in conjunction with your e-mail account to provide you with instant details about the people you're communicating with, linking to their LinkedIn profiles. In fact, it reroutes your mail account through LinkedIn's own systems. That's raised red flags as a potential security problem. Now LinkedIn is taking to the Internet to allay fears that Intro users are at risk.

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Why LinkedIn's new Intro feature is scary as hell and needs to die by fire

LinkedIn released what, on the surface, sounds like a great new feature: Intro. It lets you have fancy business-centric HTML content injected right in your emails. If the word injected seems odd, it should. The way Intro is implemented, it destroys security and privacy in mail. Scratch the great sounding surface, and you find a minefield. Matthew Panzarino on TechCrunch:

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LinkedIn revamps iPad app and Pulse, debuts new Intro service

At an event in San Francisco the popular professional networking service LinkedIn introduced a revamped iPad app along with Intro, a new service that hooks into Apple's Mail app to give you LinkedIn intel on your contacts. It works with most popular mail services, according to Engadget.

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OS X Mavericks Preview: easily access your LinkedIn account

Whether you're looking for a job or looking just to connect with colleagues in your field, LinkedIn has become the place to do it for millions of users worldwide. Now Apple is building support for LinkedIn right into Mavericks to make it easier for you to connect.

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Social Networking: How to get started on your iPhone and iPad!

Today on Talk Mobile we asked if and how you needed to be on social networks. While it might seem everyone is already hip deep in online status and sharing, the truth is, if you're just getting started online or on mobile, social can be more than a little confusing if not downright intimidating.

If you're already a social expert, bookmark this article so you can share it with your friends and family who aren't yet as socially savvy, and jump down to the comments so you can add your experience and advice. If you're all new to networking, keep on reading and we'll help get you started!

If you're already a social expert, bookmark this article so you can share it with your friends and family who aren't yet as socially savvy, and jump down to the comments so you can add your experience and advice. If you're all new to networking, keep on reading and we'll help get you started!

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Apple is looking to expand Siri’s conversational skills and features according to a new job posting

Apple is seeking some fresh blood to help improve Siri. A job advertisement appeared on the business orientated social networking site LinkedIn yesterday seeking an individual who can help evolve and enrich Siri, Apple’s personal digital assistant.

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LinkedIn plugs security and privacy breaches: What you need to know

LinkedIn has had a rough week, not only were they caught transmitting sensitive calendar data in plain text to their servers from their iOS app, but a recent security breach has also left more than a few passwords exposed.

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iMore Picks of the Week for April 29, 2012

Every week the editors at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week's selections include a utility, a unique Twitter client, a classic video game, a social networking iPad app, a fun photography app for creating comics, and an addicting puzzle game.

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Vote now for the social networking app of the year [2011 TiPb Awards]

TiPb Awards: Social Networking App of the Year

Not content with having one of the most popular apps in the history of iOS, Facebook launched a second -- Facebook Messenger to create a quicker, cleaner path to owning your conversations. While Facebook as diversifying, LinkedIn was differentiating, releasing a new version of their app with their own, finally unique take on the social experience.

Path also released a new version with a bold, breathtaking new user experience and slightly more picturesque and timeline based focus. Apple added yet another separate social network to their portfolio, this time Find my Friends which offers very fine grained privacy control wrapped it more stitched leather than a puffy couch. And Google got into the game in a huge way with Google+.

Twitter for iPhone shed it's Tweetie heritage and while power users howled, it just might have become more usable for the mainstream. Luckily power users had plenty of places to turn with Tweetbot offering an entirely different take, with that trademark Tapbots look and increasingly deep functionality, and Twittelator Neue offering eye-popping animation and amped up interactions.

Verbs also did the remarkable by showing how simply and elegantly instant messages could be handled on mobile.

Incredibly different, incredibly rich, it's hard to pick just nine, never mind one -- but that's your job. Vote up top and tell us why you voted they way you did in the comments! These are your awards, so get to it!

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LinkedIn for iPhone receives a makeover

LinkedIn for iPhone has been completely rewritten with a new look. It's now faster and simpler to access your groups and stay up to date with your networks.

Details and screenshots after the break.

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iOS 4 updated: Evernote, LinkedIn, Windows Messenger, Pandora, Loopt, WordPress

We let you know a couple days ago there were a few apps that had already been updated via the App Store to support iOS4. Since then we’ve seen a few more roll out.  Some developers have really taken advantage of the new APIs in iOS4.  Others seem to just be adding compatibility at this point.  Let’s hope a lot of them are working on substantial updates.  Hit the jump for some more iOS4 compatible apps!

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Follow Friday: Keep Current with TiPb and the iPhone via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, or RSS!

In addition to our main iPhone blog, iPhone forums, and iPhone Live! podcasts, there's a number of other ways you can follow TiPb and get all the latest iPhone news, reviews, and how-tos:

Twitter

You can follow our feed via @theiphoneblog on Twitter, and keep up with our staff including @reneritchie, @backlon (Dieter), @iChadman, and @JFSikora (Jeremy).

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