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Facebook Chat Now Embedded in Firefox Browser

Written on October 25, 2012 by Aiken Lewis

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Surf sites while chatting using the updated Firefox Beta Browser

Mozilla has launched a new social API feature to their latest version of Firefox Beta Browser. They have partnered with Facebook and have embedded the Facebook Messenger chat box in their web browser.

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Employees at the Pentagon Are Banned From Browsing Porn Using Government Computers

Written on August 02, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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Pentagon's Executive Director of the Missile Defense Agency, sent out a memo to the government workers discussing why they are not allowed to view porn

All kinds of employees should know that their office computers should not be used to view inappropriate things. Who would think that vital employees of the Pentagon should be reminded of such office rules.

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Yahoo Launches Web Browser, Axis

Written on May 24, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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Axis has versions for your iPad and iPhone, and plug-ins for the desktop browsers Chrome, Firefox, IE, and Safari.

Internet giant Yahoo has finally launched its own web browser, Axis. According to Yahoo’s head of product for the Search Innovation Group Ethan Batraski, their design goal is to “eliminate the middle step in the usual Web search process.”

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Facebook will Launch Actions Very Soon

Written on January 06, 2012 by R. Cruise

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Actions is the last element in Facebook’s hassle-free sharing capability.

The tech site VentureBeat shared the latest about Facebook’s effort to interlock various sharing options into one through its social network.

Facebook Actions is the on the last stage of testing and checking. Sources familiar with the matter said that this new feature could be launched any day now.

This is part of Facebook’s new Open Graph which was introduced last September during the f8 developer conference. The Open Graph has three elements: Timeline, Ticker and Actions. The first two elements have been already unveiled to the users.

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The Return of MySpace

Written on December 21, 2011 by R. Cruise

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The music player website makes a comeback with search engine capability and Facebook integration.

MySpace decided to be a Spotify look-alike with the release of its latest version. MySpace was recently purchased by Specific Media and its latest version has built-in search engine and Facebook integration.

Based in the records, MySpace has 42 million songs in total plus 30 million songs from talented, unsigned artists. Partnering with Facebook would widen the scope of MySpace’s audience. The site’s last recorded traffic is 24.9 million last month.

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Mozilla Continues Search Partnership with Google

Written on December 21, 2011 by Aiken Lewis

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Google will still be Mozilla's search engine for the next three years

Google will still be Mozilla’s default search engine for the next three years. Google has been one of the primary source of income for Mozilla, generating $121.1 Million in revenue for 2010.

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Lady Gaga and Nelly Furtado’s Twitter Accounts Hacked

Written on December 21, 2011 by R. Cruise

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Twitter followers were promised with "free" iPad 2s and Macbooks.

All of a sudden, Lady Gaga offered free iPad 2s to all her 17 million Monsters that follow her on Twitter. The first tweet that was published promised Macbooks to those who will click a shady link and share a few personal details. Then it was followed by another tweet with a promise to give out “free” iPad 2s.

Whoever did this obviously targeted Lady Gaga since the tweets published begun with the word “Monster,” the moniker Lady Gaga calls her fans.

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Mozilla Releases Firefox 9 Final Version For Windows, Mac and Linux

Written on December 20, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Firefox 9 final version includes type-inference for faster JavaScript performance, now available for download for Windows, Mac and Linux users.

After five weeks of beta testing, Mozilla has just released the final version of Firefox 9 for Windows, Mac and Linux. The release which now includes type-inference support boasts an improved JavaScript performance and comes with an expanded support for HTML5 and CSS standards.

Other significant updates include an improve theme integration, multiply displays and two-finger navigation for Mac OS X Lion users.

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Ordinary People Featured in Sweden’s Twitter Account

Written on December 20, 2011 by R. Cruise

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The country has allowed regular citizens to be in charge of its official Twitter feed.

Instead of the usual government announcements, Sweden will be tweeting about hilarious jokes and anecdotes from tweeters like a writer, a teacher, a priest, a founder of an advertising agency and even a trucker lesbian. The move was made possible by the Sweden’s tourism agency and they dubbed the project as Curators of Sweden.” The […]

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LinkedIn Launches Polls for its Groups

Written on December 15, 2011 by R. Cruise

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To facilitate more conversations among its Groups, LinkedIn created Polls.

Principal product manager at LinkedIn, Ian McCarthy, wrote on LinkedIn Blog that they released such tool since Group Moderators were looking for “easy, time-sensitive ways to generate conversations within the group.”

The new tool is not exclusive to group moderators; anyone belonging in a Group can start a poll. However, group moderators can restrict the addition of new polls.

LinkedIn tested the Polls in the Harvard Business Review’s Group of 150 members and have received 64 responses. This hopefully will pull up LinkedIn’s lack of activities aside from networking and job hunting.

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