Facebook officially released Messenger for Windows

Facebook officially released Messenger for Windows

The iPhone or Android smartphone owners are familiar with Facebook Messenger, the official application of social networks by definition designed to interact with our friends via email messages, both synchronous and asynchronous. Now Facebook, passed the test phase, has made… Continue Reading

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Firefox: Mozilla will discontinue support for Windows 2000 and XP SP1

Firefox: Mozilla will discontinue support for Windows 2000 and XP SP1

Asa Dotzler, director of development on the Classic Edition of Firefox, announced that the browser will no longer be supported for users who do not have at least Windows XP SP2. Mr. Dotlzer says that for several years, the Firefox… Continue Reading

Vocal for iOS 5 allows you to control the Mac through iPhone

Siri is the voice activated virtual assistant that has been presented and integrated in iOS 5, the new version of Apple’s mobile operating system market as the basis of the new iPhone 4S.  Siri has been said and written so… Continue Reading

Google is shutting down unpopular services

At the last time Google decided to eliminate all products that do not meet the expectations of users. Some of these services had real potential and others were just a waste of money, but the fact is that giant of… Continue Reading

Youtube to sell merchandising, music and concerts tickets

A couple of days ago Google announced that YouTube receives 800 million visits per month and plays more than 3 billion videos a day. The most popular video site in the world is a platform for continued growth and it… Continue Reading