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It is inconceivable that Twitter would be as popular as it is today without its robust Application Programming Interface, which allows client applications like TweetDeck and the original Tweetie (since bought by Twitter and re-branded as its official client app) to both display a user’s stream of tweets and manipulate his or her account in all the ways he or she would on Twitter.com itself. So depending on your perspective, it’s either surprising that Google+ did not launch with a developer API, or it’s surprising that they have come out with one relatively quickly, given the amount of testing and tweaking an entirely new social network no doubt involves. Either way, Google+ finally has an API , although it’s read-only , and it only shows the Google+ posts that a user has made public. In the coming days and weeks, we’re going to see a handful of uses of this API, which, in the abstract, at this point is little more than an RSS or XML feed for a user’s public posts.
Sure we've seen it before , but we'd be remiss if we didn't share what we stumbled upon at AMD's Fusion Zone at IDF 2011 . Laying before you is a 5 x 1 landscape Eyefinity setup, powered by an upcoming unreleased 8-core FX CPU paired with a single Radeon HD 6990 . For those of you keeping score at home, that's four displays connected via mini-DisplayPort and the fifth over DVI. Not much more to say, so peep the gallery below or hop past the break for a video of the bodacious rig running Dirt 3 . Myriam Joire contributed to this report. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Nobody talks on the phone anymore, but people are talking at their phones. Speech recognition is simply an expectation on smartphones these days, as well as in car navigation systems and your web browser. We’re all learning how to talk to machines, but we could be better at it. Here’s a pocket dictionary for dictating to your devices. The Basics: Can It Hear You Now?
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Depois de 10 anos da iniciativa Open4Education , temos o orgulho em receber o patrocínio oficial da Microsoft Brasil e da Plusoft . Dentro destas parcerias, os beneficiários são nossos ouvintes. Com estes apoios, a Open4Education tende a melhorar os minicursos gratuitos que oferece, assim como suas metodologias de ensino e infra-estrutura. A Globalcode é a primeira empresa no Brasil a fornecer minicursos de Java gratuitamente.