A video on YouTube: was enough to completely change the life of a homeless person asking donations in traffic in Ohio, United States.
It is in advanced stage of proceedings in Germany a law that makes it illegal for prospective employers look for information about the candidates for their vacancies in social networks “closed” (just like the Facebook). Continue reading German Law May Prohibit Candidate Facebook Check Company
During the presentation of the iPad guru Steve Jobs said that the expectation of the apple company was that with the help of your new gadget the iBookStore service abocanhasse 22% of the sales of digital book market just in its first months of operation. But four months after the arrival of hyped tablet from Apple stores, the Amazon Kindle is still dominant in e-book market.
I confess that this is one of the functions that use more in Gmail. When accidentally click on send and forget an attachment or information or realize the wrong word written in the message, quickly clicked on the option to cancel sending. That way I can correct the error before the email to start your journey by web servers and reach the recipient’s inbox. And this very useful feature given more time options yesterday. Continue reading “Undo Send” Gmail Gets More Options
Microsoft today announced a fairly major update to Bing. The engine now has new tools Bing Entertainment, one area of the site dedicated exclusively to content related to music and movies, and other forms of entertainment. Continue reading MS Launches Special Version of Bing for Music and Games
The Kingo Labs, creator of the Brazilian shortener Migre.me, placed in the square more a product that will greatly explore the concept of social networking electronics. TheKindim (meaning Kingo Multiple Directory) is a directory that will group the most varied user profiles Twitter, so that Internet users “find users with common interests.” Continue reading Kindim: Creator Migre.me Launches Twitter Profile Directory
A study by the British company Optenet found that more than a third of the Internet consists primarily of pornography. The company analyzed more than 4 million different URLs captured by own content filtering tool and also found that, compared to the same period last year, sites with content about violence, illegal purchase of drugs and terrorism grew, respectively, 10.8, 6.8 and 8.5%. Already sites about sports and tourism grew, each around 5%. [Slashdot]
The Yahoo decided to integrate Facebook to its various services. Users have the option to move to Yahoo your data from Facebook and so receive their updates social network right on your Yahoo Mail for example. In addition you can also update your status on Facebook straight from your pages Yahoo.
More than a year has passed since the last time that Twitter has made significant changes in graphics and the service interface. The current interface is already in the air since September 2008. But that does not mean that the company stopped in time. The proof of this is the revelation that another major redesign is already being created by the team of Doug Bowman, creative director of the company.
If not, try again. This seems to be the mantra followed by the Norwegian software company Opera, which re-sent the version for iPhone Opera Mini for the AppStore. In the past he had been rejected by Apple for ‘duplicating iPhone functionality’ or ‘use frameworks private’ or any of 17 other excuses standard developers time or another receive.