Lesenswerte Artikel vom 12. Mai 2010:
- The Google Tablet Is Coming, Courtesy of Verizon [Android]
- Next10: Tariq Krim talks up new version of Jolicloud based on HTML5 „To keep up with the latest industry trends, Jolicloud is in the process of moving their entire system to HTML5, which Krim describes as a “virus that will spread over all browsers and platforms”. He says it will enable the cloud to become “offline friendly” and that this represents “a major disruption in the distribution of software.”“
- What Would You Do If You Saw A Suicide on Chatroulette? „This 10-minute video, entitled No Fun, depicts a Chatroulette window with the active user screen showing a scene set up to resemble a suicide, with a hanging man swinging gently in the corner of a room in disarray. Chatroulette users are then seen reacting to the scene — their reactions ranging from horror to ridicule. „
- Google Maps for Android Gets Biking Directions and Sharing Features „you can now get biking directions on your Android phone. In addition, Google Maps for Android can now highlight dedicated bike-only trails, roads with bike lanes and roads that are good for biking but don't have bike lanes.“
- 4 Killer Gmail Features You Might Not Know About “ Each email in Gmail has a specific url that could be bookmarked just like you do with a webpage. So if there’s an important email you need to refer often, bookmarking would definitely be the fastest way to get to it“
- Der schleichende Untergang von Social Media
- “Eine neue soziale Bewegung” – Interview mit Kachingle-Gründerin Cynthia Typaldos
- Square mobile payment system goes live on iPhone, iPad, and Android this week (video)
- Jetzt schlägt's 13! Werbefilmer wollen Anteil an Urheberrechtsabgabe. „Eine Verwertungsgesellschaft der deutschen Werbefilme will mitkassieren, wenn Hersteller von Speichermedien Urheberrechtsabgaben entrichten.“
- Rumor: MobileMe may soon be free „Similar storage and email services from competitors like Google and Microsoft come either free of charge or at reduced cost compared to MobileMe; even MobileMe's distant ancestor, iTools, was a free offering back in the day. Of course, MobileMe delivers more iPhone & Mac-friendly syncing than Google does, but at $99 per year, it's a fair bet that few people are taking advantage of everything MobileMe has to offer.“
- Retweets statt Follower – wie Einfluss auf Twitter gemessen wird
- iPad: Apple verweist auf künftiges Softwareupdate gegen WLAN-Probleme
- Leistungsschutzrecht: Geht es wirklich um die Urheber?
- Nützliche Helfer: 12 Dienste, um Dateien online zu speichern
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