Sure Video, Netflix of Course, is Announced

Rio de Janeiro – Claro announced during a press conference at the fair Futurecom the future availability of a service jeitão of Netflix. The Clear Video acts as a central videos and other content, including series and music videos, in which the customer pays monthly or every item you decide to watch. The service should go live in the first quarter of next year, according to information provided by the advisory group of the press.

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Twitter Testing New Ad Format: Polls

More advertisements will appear in your timeline soon. Together with the Institute research Nielsen, the Twitter is testing a new ad format: polls. The sponsored research will allow companies to measure the return of their campaigns and find out the opinions of users in a more organized way.

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Kim Dotcom Publishes Videos Showing Megabox

Kim Dotcom, founder of the now deceased Megaupload, is already making teasing his next service for some time. Called Megabox, the service will be “bigger, better, free and protected from attacks,” according to what Dotcom said last month. Today he released two videos showing a little more than Megabox should be.

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Civil Marco Internet Should be Voted on Tomorrow

Result of three years of debates, hearings with experts from the fields and several public consultations (the last in July of that year), the Civil Marco Internet, or Bill 2126/2011 will finally be voted on Wednesday by Congress National. A special commission will meet tomorrow to vote on the opinion of the project rapporteur, Congressman Alessandro Molon.

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Ping and iPhone 3GS Will be Discontinued

During the announcement of the iPhone 5 yesterday Apple left a lot of things out. Of course, a company always keeps the most show potentially negative things in a press conference. But besides not mention the frequency of 4G and the nano-SIM factor of the new device, Apple also said that its social network Ping would be discontinued and that the iPhone 3GS, which was sold by then, would have the same fate. Continue reading

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YouTube Adds Button to Skip Advertisements in Video on Nobile

In the early years of the life of YouTube, the very Google admitted that the video site was losing money. In 2009, Credit Suisse has estimated losses at more than US $ 1 million per day. The solution to make YouTube profit was to add ads in the videos, including those displayed by the cell. This week, Google added a button to skip the video advertising if you do not want to watch the ad.

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Comparator Reveals Cheaper Cell Phone Plan

São Paulo – The consumer protection association Protest released a tool that has everything to help the consumer in search of good phone plans cell. Considering the various usage profiles A report in The Globe points out that the price difference between the plans Mobile can lead savings of approximately R $ 4,000 per year for those who live in Rio and R $ 5,000 for those who live in São Paulo.

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Microsoft Goes After Google Apps in New Video

A relentless series of attacks that Microsoft has made ​​against Google seems to be far from over. After publishing an ad in a newspaper, free videos on your YouTube account, the manufacturer’s Windows has posted a new video attacking another service. This time the target is Google Apps, a Google web application suite that allows organizations and companies take advantage of services like Google Docs, Gmail and others, customized for your domain.

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Market Share of IE6 and Windows XP Back up

Who found that Windows XP and Internet Explorer 6 were already virtually dead and buried, you can start to pull the rage of hair now. As zombies coming out of their graves to attack the living beings, the two managed to miraculously increase their market share in January a few percentage points, according to the statistics firm NetMarketShare.

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Facebook Denies Adding Recent Visitors

I remember like it was today. The Google implemented on Orkut display of people who had recently entered the profile. Many people liked the initiative and many people hated (especially stalkers duty). Now there is a rumor that the Facebook will add the same feature. But – note there – is blatant lie, according to the company.

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