Monthly Archives: July 2016

Iraq Museum Will Come to the Web with Google

Eric Smidt, CEO of Google, met this week with representatives of the Museum National Iraqi to announce that its collection, including photographs of the American invasion in the country will reach the web next year.

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Camino 2.0 out of Beta

Camino, an open source browser for Mac OS X little known, came out of beta today. It uses the 1.9 version of the engine Gecko rendering, created by Mozilla and also used in Firefox 3. The Camino project, responsible for … Continue reading

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Five Favicons Generators to Your Website or Blog

Not all designers include in the final layout of a site called favicon, the picture accompanying the site URL in the address bar or the icon for when it is included in the favorites tab of a browser.

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Street View of Drivers Working Even When You Lose

The cars Google Street View have GPS, street maps, infrared sensors and all kinds of parafernalhas for people that perhaps sit in the front seats know guide vehicles through the cities that should map. But if the city he is … Continue reading

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Facebook Cleverly Circumvents Google Block

The fight heated up. After Google has blocked the import data for the Contacts API Gmail (and apparently the Orkut too), the Facebook decided to counter-attack the less friendly as possible: providing an alternative to the Contacts API. Instead of … Continue reading

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Google Will Show the Face of the Sites in Search Results

If the search of Google is already good, the user experience can still improve. It is no coincidence that the company’s engineers today announced a new feature that has everything to be adopted on a large scale immediately. From now … Continue reading

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AOL Paid $ 300 Million for the Huffington Post

What to do when your source of revenue starts to decline? In the case of AOL, shoots everywhere. The company, which last year acquired TechCrunch – which turns and moves we use as a source here in TB – made … Continue reading

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Service Uses Your DNA to Predict Twitter Tweets

Because of the current oceans of applications and services that use Twitter, it’s a little hard to be noticed. Not only by the amount of programs and websites that already do something with the social network of 140 characters, but … Continue reading

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Gmail Gets Custom Wallpaper

The Gmail is even closer to allow the user to do whatever you want with your interface. The novelty of the time is the possibility of also customize the wallpaper of the service Google.

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Microsoft Wants to Pursue Even Google’s Goal

The Microsoft does not tire of this ongoing competition with Google. The next step of the company is very similar to what Google has given a decade ago: index all the information available in this world (and others, if any … Continue reading

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YouTube Will Launch Paid Service Streaming Movies

It is not today that the creation of a service streaming movies on YouTube is speculated. But it was only this week that the rumors of its release intensified after site sources TheWrap said that it will be launched with … Continue reading

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Amazon Apologizes for Crash That Took Cydia Air

Cydia, Foursquare, Quora … All these services have in common the same company that provides hosting some (or many) modules in the view of the page. The Amazon, which has the good fortune to bill a good money offering this … Continue reading

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Twitquero: New Brazilian Service to Promote Sweepstakes on Twitter

Two Brazilians are responsible for a new service which lets sweepstakes via Twitter. The Twitquero enters the air with a different proposal from its main competitor, Sorteie.me. While the latter only provides a way to track links to determine the … Continue reading

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Skype Earns Integration with Facebook Chat

The Skype is getting more social gradually. In the latest version of Skype Beta for Windows, we can see for the first time the integration of VoIP application with Facebook. This is the first step for users of Skype and … Continue reading

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Twitter is Considering Placing Advertising in the Middle of Its Timeline

Making money is needed. After varied invested to bring the interests of advertisers, it appears that Twitter will give his final card. The company is preparing to display paid tweets in the middle of the timeline of users, including messages … Continue reading

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