Monthly Archives: August 2016

5 Billion Devices Will be Connected to the Web This Month

A survey conducted by the company IMS Research states that the web of the population is expected to reach impressive 5 billion connected devices “at any time” this month, in a sum that includes desktops and laptops, smartphones, tablets, servers, refrigerators, toasters and anything else with Wi-Fi , 3G, Ethernet or dial up that has been invented there.

Continue reading

C18H21NO3: Chemical Formula Spreads Through Twitter

Users of Twitter were caught by surprise this afternoon when the message # C18H21NO3 was published in their profiles of social network without your permission. The message seems to be related to some increase scheme followers, as many of the users who posted this tag appear to have artificially increased their number of followers and Following the service. Continue reading

Mozilla Intends to Deliver Firefox 4 in February

Despite the delays in the development of Firefox 4, which was scheduled to come out in November last year, Mozilla ensures that February does not pass. Or at least so says the platform engineering company director Damon Sicore. In an email sent to the list of the company’s development of discussion, the director said “work hard on Firefox 4 and it’s time to release it.” Continue reading

Google Brazil is Ordered to Pay Compensation R $ 30 Thousand to Orkut User

The Court of Rio de Janeiro (TJ-RJ) condemned Google’s Brazil to pay compensation in the amount of R $ 30,000 for a user Orkut who had their account hacked. The profile Viviane Thebes was hacked and modified in 2005. She says she tried to contact Google for the company to withdraw the air page, but got no response.

Continue reading

Twitter Lets You Follow Arrobas with Just One Click

The Twitter today announced a new feature that meets in full the demand for Internet companies. Just like Facebook offers the button enjoy certain pages and people now Twitter will allow users to follow new arrobas with just one click (or nearly so, since it is necessary to confirm the addition in a pop-up ). According to the company, it is a new way to discover and follow accounts of the sites that users access daily. Continue reading