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With more places to share content on more networks, each having their own diverse social graphs, connections and features, many of us are splintering our online identities, choosing one or a few communities over others, and optimizing our sharing and consumption to fit the model that best works for us - and that self-assessment should be constantly changing as our own preferences, and those sites' capabilities change.
Chrome: The Chrome to iPhone extension adds a handy button to your Google Chrome toolbar that, when clicked, quickly shares your current URL between your desktop browser and iOS device. The extension attempts to mimic the functionality of the even better Chrome to Phone extension for Android devices, and for the most part, it does a pretty good job. The two main differences: 1) Chrome to Phone allows you to send links, maps, and selected text or phone numbers to Android and 2) automatically detects that you've been sent content and opens the corresponding application (maps, browser, etc.).
Google just revealed its latest social networking acquisition — a startup called Angstro , which builds applications pulling useful information from social networks.
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Facebook Inc. is partnering with incubator Y Combinator in a deal that will give start-ups that join the program a range of Facebook resources and expertise–and incentives to use Facebook’s technology. Facebook says it will support Y Combinator companies with resources for products, technology and design, whether for new websites or Facebook applications.
105 Million iPhone Users Accessing Facebook? | iPhone applications | iPhone Games | iPhone Game Reviews | iPhone Tips |iPhone News updated daily. | iPhone FootprintThe Facebook fever is ever increasing… across the globe!!! The latest update of the social media says it has crossed 500 millions users mark. And you know what? They have attracted the mobile phone users like anything!!!! More than 30% of this 500 millions users access Facebook from Smartphone.
Posted: September 5, 2010 Google’s long awaited Google TV platform is getting closer to a consumer launch, and last week Sony sets running the platform were shown at the IFA show in Berlin.
It seems like only yesterday that Oracle announced it was hiring former HP CEO Mark Hurd to be a Co-President and member of the Board — that’s because it was just yesterday . And now just one day later, we have a lawsuit filed by HP to block such a maneuver by Oracle. In confirming the lawsuit in a brief blog post today, HP’s official corporate blog highlights what they see as the key issue here: trade secrets and confidential information.
The Google homepage is sporting a new logo that changes color as you type, and it's likely a big hint as to what the company will announce at its "can't miss" search event on Wednesday. When you arrive on the search giant homepage today, you'll be greeted with a gray Google doodle. When you start typing a search query though, the color magically returns to Google's iconic logo. This follows yesterday's logo , a collection of animated particles that react to the movement of the cursor.
À lire aussi: Le «retour vers le futur» de Bell Canada Michel Munger Argent Le contenu multiplateformes n'est pas une option, c'est une nécessité, dit Bell Canada ( BCE ), qui débourse 3,2 G$ pour acquérir la totalité du réseau de télé CTV. Bell détient 15% de CTV à l'heure actuelle. Elle prévoit mettre la main sur les 85% qui lui échappent. Cette participation majoritaire est partagée par la société de portefeuille Woodbridge, le régime de retraite des enseignants ontariens Teachers et le groupe de médias Torstar ( TS.B ).
Loic Le Meur, CEO of Seesmic , and I were arguing last week about whether RSS has a future or not. He speaks up for “it has a future” on his blog . Dave Winer today has a great post on how to reboot RSS .