Monthly Archives: August 2016

Google+ is Even More Integrated with Search Results

You’ve probably seen links shared on Google + appearing in search results on Google. They appear when Google thinks some contact your shared a site related to the term you are looking for, which can be both useful or completely … Continue reading

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YouTube Player Changes, But Changes Little

The Google took a week to put new products and implementations in the air. The Orkut has undergone a little redesign, the sidebar of Gmail was slightly. And now YouTube is with a video player that also took a basic … Continue reading

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Twitter Implements Display of Followers and Followed in Common [Updated]

If you’ve been using the site Twitter in the last hours, probably part of those Internet users who saw a new implementation in user profiles. At least for now, a person who accesses the page from another bushel can discover … Continue reading

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The Sound of Sorting Algorithms (Video)

In the programming area, the sorting algorithms are very important. They are used to organize elements in arrays and other forms of data organization. There are many such algorithms, varying both in complexity and efficiency. The best known, at least … Continue reading

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Earth Adopts New Prices to Combat Music Piracy

The portal Terra is determined to compete with piracy of music digital, which – we all know – has never been so high. Today just look for the name of an album followed by “rapidshare” to find the disk in … Continue reading

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Harry Potter Chooses Orkut Social Networking

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows only premiere on Friday, November 19. Who has not seen the 36 – minute film leaked on Torrents and will wait until there won this Thursday an ally at the time to customize the … Continue reading

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Drag and Drop in Google Docs Uploading

This Google not to invent features to Google Docs. There was a time when attention was turned over to Gmail, but now is the turn of productivity gain new service quite interesting features. And the time, announced yesterday by the … Continue reading

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Twitter Hires Staff to Help Famous Not to Make Stupid

The Twitter won another official this week. Omid Ashtari came to the company after a pass by Creative Artists Agency, an agency that advice the most important rich and famous of the United States. And it is precisely this niche … Continue reading

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The Good Old Email Remains Unbeatable

My first column in TB, many bytes ago, it was about the end of the email. Excuses were not lacking for radicals who decided to abolish the e-mail of their lives: too much spam, people who do not know how … Continue reading

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Competitor WikiLeaks Wins Name and Release Date

Last week I published a post talking about the possibility of creating a new WikiLeaks mainly composed of a group of former members of the site who were unhappy with the way Julian Assange, its founder, was giving it to … Continue reading

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