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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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GPS Tracker Warns Owner Via Text When Bike is Stolen

Written on June 23, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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SpyBike system, a discreet GPS system, gives the owners the chance of track their stolen bikes

The number of bikes that are stolen in U.S. have increased each year. According to the National Bike Registry, the estimated cost of bikes being stolen have reached to around $200 million. Luckily, there is a company that gives bike owners a sense of security.

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COMIC: How Facebook Users React to Changes

Written on September 26, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Here's a comic created by Mashable’s editor-in-chief, Lance Ulanoff.

During the F8 Developer Conference last week, Facebook CEO – Mark Zuckerberg – confirmed the arrival of numerous features that will be added on the social network. These include the new “Timeline” interface, and the Facebook Music. Few of the said features already went live a couple of days ago, producing both interested and annoyed […]

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15 Fun Facts About Google+

Written on September 22, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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”Our goal with Google+ is to make sharing on the web like sharing in real life, as well as to improve the overall Google experience" --- Larry Page, Google founder and CEO.

As you already know, Google+ is the newest member in the ever-growing family of social networking services. It went live on public just recently, but has been in a trial for the past 90 days, sending out limited invitations to users as it hones its service. For a short period of time, this latest social site from Google has undeniably given a tremendous impact and influence to most social media users.

Thus, in order to show you a detailed rundown of what is happening around Google+, GADG has put up a list of the 15 fun and interesting facts about Google’s social extension.

Take the leap to learn them all.

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Apple’s iOS Integrates New Social Media Features for MobileMe

Written on January 21, 2011 by Charles Bass

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Apple's success with its iOS devices are undisputed but its continuous venture towards global domination isn't over yet for they are not yet on the lead when it comes to social media.

When the Beta 2 of the iOS 4.3 was released, people found a little evidence that Apple might be integrating some social features for its operating system. The first beta hinted an evidence of a “Find My Friends” features for MobileMe that offers a real-time location data sharing to friends. Meanwhile, the Beta 2, Mac and Apple tech site, 9to5Mac, pointed a few references that there are services such as “Media Stream” and “Photo Streaming”.

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Best Social Media Sites of 2010

Written on December 30, 2010 by Kristoff Jones

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We can definitely call 2010 as the year of the Social Media sites as business, mass media, and personal communication have been defined by the websites that has already become an irremovable part of our daily routines.

Social media has been on an incredible rise in popularity these days as they stretch beyond the confines of social interaction and transcend the age brackets where almost everyone who has an active internet connection uses it. Facebook easily makes it to the top of our list as they dish out the competition not only […]

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Xbox.com Gets Revamps

Written on October 20, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Good news gamers! Xbox.com is now treading the path towards social media as it incorporates add ons that will allow friend and game requests.

Hey gamers! Starting Wednesday you’ll get to experience the tweaked Xbox.com. Microsoft just added a new design equipped with social features, avatar and the WP7 integration.

The core features will all be the same but the social experience is really unrelenting. Xbox.com now comes with unified inbox, friend requests and game requests. Plus, you can customize your avatar.

Microsoft is also putting new parental controls. The “Family Reports” will help you “understand what your family is doing and how they are using Live,” according to a blog post by Xbox Live bigwig Major Nelson.

But the most shocking revelation is the playable web games. Microsoft will support cross-support play between platforms Xbox, Windows Phone 7 and web users — a first for the platform.

Share your insights about the new Xbox.com.

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Infants in the Cyberworld

Written on October 08, 2010 by R. Cruise

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Based on a study conducted by AVG, infants make their debut online even before they reach their toddler years.

Who says baby are not affected with the dominance of social media? According to study conducted by the Internet security firm AVG, 82 percent of children in 10 Western countries have already made their online debut even before they reach the age of 2.

The United States topped the survey made with 92 percent of new born American babies whose pictures appear online. New Zealand follows with 91 percent and then Canada and Australia with 84 percent.

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Facebook Beta For webOS Is Now Up to v.1.2.30

Written on July 30, 2010 by Aiken Lewis

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New useful features come in with the launch of Facebook beta webOs v.1.2.30. Portrait viewing can now be replaced by landscape viewing and inline comments are now available in the news feed. If you own a webOS powered phone, better check this out.

You can now download the latest version of Facebook beta by checking Preware or, depending on your current version such as 1.2.5, you can just hit update on your phone. First off, let us check the changes in the news feed, which comes, by the way, with a dropdown feature this time. Comments on any post can now be read from the feed, instead of just the numbers indicating how many comments are in a thread. Secondly, the app also adopted its “view all” link from the pc version that enables the user to clear all notifications in one click. Lastly, the new photo features included in the update are landscape viewing and improved photo tagging.

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