Archive for February, 2013

Google wants to remove the top black bar

Those who remember how was the Google homepage until a couple of years, also remember that there was the familiar top black bar, from which you access the Google mail, images, YouTube, etc.. Subsequently, the last change made by the company imposed us the black bar and it’s been two years already. Well, now Google […]

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AccountKiller erases your subscriptions to various online services

If you are one of those who are subscribed to many online services and you start to think about how many of them actually use daily, you will realize that you do not use even a tenth of them. At this point, only it stays to dismiss us in each one, to avoid to continue […]

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Google launch this summer its music streaming system

For those who believe that the landscape of web sites that broadcast music via streaming, like Pandora or Spotify, is populated enough, now comes a new proposal for Google to stir up the hornet’s nest. Apparently, Google does not want to stay out of the business, so it would be in negotiations with record companies […]

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Microsoft unveils Lync 2013

Lync 2013, a collaborative tool that provides enterprise-level features such as VoIP or video over IP. There will be versions for iOS or Windows Phone next month, a port to Android in April and the arrival of the iPad versions and integrated support for Skype in a few months. Lync consist of software and hardware […]

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Fabar Service Scanner: A great tool for network troubleshooting

When at last we finished cleaning a virus, those carrying days remove, probably appear other problems. And is that the damage that caused the virus was so widespread within the system files and registry, it is not strange that suddenly do not want to connect computer to the Internet, among other problems that have been […]

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Skype launches video messages beta service

After we learned with amazement that Skype already nuclear one-third of international calls, now receive the news that Microsoft’s messaging service, called video and VOIP that will replace Windows Messenger, now begins a testing stage where you can send messages in video calls. The testing period will begin in beta in the U.S. and Britain, […]

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Microsoft wants to overtake the output of IE10 for Windows 7

Undeniably, Windows 8 had a beginning and not too promising as optimistic as Microsoft believed it. Today there is a base of users who use Windows 7 that are still majority, since the most recent operating system of the company has received more criticism than praise. Therefore, Microsoft has decided to sink the accelerator as […]

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TeamViewer 8 reaches for Linux

Although TeamViewer 8 for Linux is not hundred percent Linux application (with Wine is to be executed), the development team has unearthed this latest version of the popular program for remote control, desktop sharing, file transfer and online meetings, among other features. Fixed some problems that had emerged in the beta and at least Ubuntu […]

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How Using Magento Software Can Boost Your SEO Efforts

SEO is very important if you want to ensure that your online store is ranked highly during search engine searches. The more visible you are, the higher the traffic you have to your site. This in turn translates to higher sales and revenues for your online store. The SEO process consists of a variety of […]

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Opera: 300 million users and the step to the Webkit engine

Opera Software has been the protagonist two news within the tech world. The first is the announcement that the different versions of the browser have been downloaded 300 million times per month. The second is that Opera will change from rendering engine, adopting the popular WebKit engine. Current versions of the browser use an engine […]

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