Security researchers are blasting professional networking platform LinkedIn's new Intro email scanning application for Apple's iOS, comparing the service to hacker attacks.
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A number of LinkedIn customers have filed a class-action lawsuit alleging that the professional networking site uses their identities and contact lists for marketing purposes by hacking into their email accounts and downloading contact addresses without their permission.
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LinkedIn members may now apply for new jobs directly within the professional networking platform's applications for Apple's iOS and Google's Android.
LinkedIn experienced dramatic increases in mobile user engagement during the second quarter of 2013, growth the professional networking platform attributed to recent overhauls of its Apple iPhone and Google Android applications.
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LinkedIn is revamping its professional networking applications for Apple's iOS and Google's Android, adding new search capabilities enabling users to discover potential job opportunities, companies and discussion groups.
Apple is testing deep integration of professional networking platform LinkedIn in advance of the consumer release of its new iOS 7 mobile operating system, 9to5Mac reports.
LinkedIn is poised to release Contacts, a new application for Apple's iOS platform enabling professionals to more effectively manage their relationships with clients and colleagues.