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16 Set/10

New Twitter.com Screenshot Tour

New Twitter.com Screenshot Tour

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); After using it in tandem with TweetDeck for a couple of days now, I’m still impressed with Twitter.com’s revamp: no longer just a list of 140-character lines, the new Twitter.com is a rich iPad-like web application. Over at FastCompany earlier this week, I ran through a screenshot tour of the redesign and why it gives your favorite Twitter app a run for its money. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua...

12 Set/10

Lifehacker Labs: Capture Fruit Flies with a Cup and Apple Cider Vinegar [Lifehacker Labs]

Lifehacker Labs: Capture Fruit Flies with a Cup and Apple Cider Vinegar [Lifehacker Labs]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Fruit flies are extremely annoying, fast, and a pain to capture and get rid of. Last month we shared a simple no-tools-required fruit fly trap with you. This week we tested it, slightly modified, with impressive results. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Lifehacker Labs: Capture Fruit...

16 Lug/10

(Updated) How to Transfer Google Voice to Your Google Apps Account

(Updated) How to Transfer Google Voice to Your Google Apps Account

Update: Google Voice product manager Craig Walker confirms that the Apps transfer is NOT supported right now, and that it was only done for a small group of testers. Sorry, all. The good news? He says there will be a way to transfer your Voice account to Google Apps once the new GApps features that are being tested right now launch. In the meantime, I’m removing the link to the request form from this post. Update: After I published this post, Google added very strong language...


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29 Giu/10

Froyo Over-The-Air Updates Hit Nexus Ones This Week

Froyo Over-The-Air Updates Hit Nexus Ones This Week

If you’ve got a Nexus One and have been patiently waiting for the OTA update to Android 2.2, this week’s your week. Google says you’ll get a notification by the end of the week for the update to 2.2. My sources tell me you’ll get it even if you manually installed Froyo, as the official OTA version is a different build number. Here’s the good stuff you get in Froyo; no word yet on other handsets. Continua a leggere – Original Link: Froyo Over-The-Air...

17 Giu/10

This Week in Google, Episode 47

This Week in Google, Episode 47

Great conversation today on TWiG with our guest Chris Messina, who dropped knowledge on the history and differences between OAuth and OpenID–which in an age of “Facebook wants to own all your sign-ons,” is an important discussion. My tip this week: to grab the Android Swype beta within the next couple of days while it’s still available, as previously-recommended ShapeWriter is no longer in the Market. Continua a leggere – Original Link: This Week in Google,...

29 Dic/09

This Week in Google Is Now on YouTube

This Week in Google Is Now on YouTube

Happy to announce that my weekly tech therapy session, This Week in Google, is now available for to watch on YouTube. In this week’s episode we covered Google’s treatise on the meaning of open, the Nexus One, and more. Here are all the links discussed in episode 22. Continua a leggere – Original Link: This Week in Google Is Now on YouTube Technorati Tags: blake, brief-video, cloud computing, Facebook, project, search, smartphone, twig, Video, week, Windows, work

7 Ott/09

Secure Your Laptop in Public Places

Secure Your Laptop in Public Places

Over at Harvard Business Online this week, I ran down a few best practices for keeping your notebook computer–and its contents–safe when you’re out and about. Here’s how to secure your laptop in public places. What did I miss? Continua a leggere – Original Link: Secure Your Laptop in Public Places Technorati Tags: cloud computing, few-best, harvard, harvard business, laptop, notebook, notebook-computer, online, over-at-harvard, ran-down, Security, this-week,...

3 Ago/09

Google Chrome to Get Cloud-Based Synchronization [Synchronization]

Google Chrome to Get Cloud-Based Synchronization [Synchronization]

A Google engineer recently posted a message on the Chromium development board stating that his team would be implementing a synchronization service into Chrome’s open-source progenitor as early as this week. What’s different about Chrome’s sync service? It uses a “push” service, through Google Talk protocols, to instantly move bookmarks, settings, and other user data into a Google account base, where it could be accessed on the web from any browser. A developer...