Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Facebook Pipe to send large files easily!

Facebook fans! Now you can not only exchange messages and status messages with friends, but also can send files of any type. The Facebook app Pipe makes it possible. Usually you could communicate with your friends through chat messages, status messages, photos and even talk with your friends with the help of Facebook. Now you can send and receive all types of files of any size with the help of Facebook Pipe which an apps. Network users previously had to turn to other services such as Dropbox or the good old email. The new Facebook app Pipe wants to change that - and now allows the easy file sharing among Facebook friends. Now Facebook user can Piped to share large files with their friends up to one gigabyte each per user. This saves having to use cloud storage like Dropbox and high-resolution photos, videos or large PDFs future land quickly at the receiver end. Even if the pipeline app is not running, you can send up to 100 megabytes of large files even after all. The recipient then gets in his personal locker provided. To set up the file sharing, open the Pipe page on Facebook and sign up with your Facebook login data. According to application and clicks on OK the pipe window opens in the browser. In the future you will find pipe left in the app list or via Facebook search. If both exchange partners online, the transmission is encrypted using a direct and real-time connection between sender and receiver PC. Even if the Facebook friend is not listening and is just a cache in the box, the files will only run on the server, according to its own pipe. This means that Facebook has no access to the file. The app is added to your own Facebook account and quickly presented with a simple interface. Which of your Facebook friends are currently online, you can see at a glance. The file you want to send, you simply drag and drop transport in the green tube. Folders cannot be shared by Pipe: If you want to send multiple files in one go, they must first tackle as a ZIP archive. This is done by using a free program like Zip pack. So far Facebook pipe apps can be used via your desktop browser and the mobile version for Smartphones and tablets follows soon.

Microsoft OneNote updated for Android and iOS

The application has been completely reviewed, Microsoft provides, particularly in terms of user interface and functions portage have been strengthened. Microsoft continues to consolidate its desktop offering for Smartphones. After the launch of Office Mobile for iOS (reserved for Office 365 subscribers), the publisher today reviewing OneNote which remember is proposed independently on Android and iOS (iPad and iPhone). These include better compete with the king of the sector, namely Evernote which has no less than 65 million users worldwide. The application allows you to manage, sync and share sets of notes has been extensively revised for the two platforms, announces Redmond. The user interface has been redesigned to be more consistent from one platform to another and sharing tools have been strengthened through the collaborative work (editing tools in real time for several employees on the same document). The timing of notes with SkyDrive and SharePoint Pro is now automatic and the list of recently opened notebooks is also synchronized. The program of festivities of the iPad version: a new toolbar for formatting options, full screen mode, the appearance of a search engine. The Android version has also acquired an internal search engine and the ability to record voice memos.

Introduced New Bing image search Filter

The search engine Microsoft offers new filters that can sort images according to usage rights attached to them. Bing, the Microsoft search engine, has added a new feature to the image search to filter the results taking into account the rights of use. The images are the asset for many users and whether bloggers, teachers, students, publishers, yet small businesses may need to use images without usurping the rights. The filters are used to classify the images that are in the public domain, free to be used and shared, free to be used and shared for commercial open source operating be used, shared and modified and finally free to be used , shared or modified for commercial exploitation. Note that this option is not currently available for the U.S. version of Bing. Microsoft states that the image search function is also available directly from any Office 2013 software. In addition, the results displayed by default in ordered licensed images.

Yahoo closes 12 services, including Alta Vista

The U.S. portal Yahoo! continues to focus by announcing the abolition of 12 more online services including the iconic search engine Alta Vista created in 1995. Yahoo! turns a page in the history of the Internet in ordering the closing of Alta Vista. The news came Friday so trivial via a blog detailing the closure of 12 online services between June 28 and September 28. Thus, Alta Vista will cease operations effective July 8, after 18 years of existence. Yahoo had acquired it in 2004 through the takeover of Overture. Other services to be the key figure, the Axis plug-in Yahoo! and Yahoo! Browser Plus, Yahoo! WebPlayer reader or RSS alert the service. This series of closures following a first wave decided last April during which five applications and services were closed: Upcoming (discovery of events), Yahoo! Deals (promotions), SMS Alert (alerts via SMS of topics), Kids (games, education) as well as Yahoo Mail and Messenger for standard mobile Java (J2ME).

Behind Google Reader Closure!

RSS feed aggregator Google was born in 2005. The deadline has no arrived. As expected, Google is expected to close on Monday yet its popular RSS service called Google Reader. In a blog post last April, Google explained in full about the reason behind it in detail. Despite criticism of social networks and petitions, Google has not folded, similar as at the time of the closure of Wave. Users will turn to alternatives that have magically multiplied lately. So officially, Google talks about loss of audience to justify its decision. Some argue instead that Google closes once more a service he cannot monetize, to focus on some other service for monetizing. According to All Things D, this is another reason for the closure. The dedicated team Reader does not even had a full-time engineer or product manager. To align Google Reader on other services in terms of respect of privacy, it would have had to spend a lot of money to set up an ad hoc structure. What Google does not want to do, according to an anonymous source quoted by All Things D. This does not stop at any cost to apply its new policy aims to prevent some scandals like those seen recently - among other things, the collection of data by Google Cars via Wi-Fi networks. Google Reader seems quite far from this type of problem, but its integration with other services that require compliance policy issues of privacy being applied to it. Which today leaves many people without Google Reader; All Things D raised so many questions about how many users it would take for the investment to be considered interesting? But Google's idea was to focus on Google+ as soon as possible and this plan was announced at the end of 2011.