Monthly Archives: September 2016

Virtual Networks, Real Depression

Recently rolled the forum our site a rather peculiar topic: Study says Twitter and Facebook cause depression.

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Mark Zuckerberg Regains Facebook Profile

After four long months of struggle, Mark Zuckerberg is back on Facebook. But we are not talking about the young founder of the social network – that even had his life adapted to the screen of the movie – but … Continue reading

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Muambator is Blocked by the Post Office [Updated]

Some time ago I did an article on a genial Brazilian service for those who make many purchases on the web, called Muambator. It serves to track and warn (using several different media, such as Twitter, email or RSS) when … Continue reading

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Removing the WordPress 3.1 Toolbar

Last week the Automattic has released another update to WordPress, where one of the main innovations is a management bar horrible which is floating on the top screen. The appeal was imported from WodPress.com and now comes automatically enabled in … Continue reading

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Facebook Deletes Artistic Design Containing Nudity

And when a drawing done by hand is so beautiful, well finished, which comes to confuse reviewers who deal with this type of image every day? This is exactly what happened to an art university of New York, whose pictures … Continue reading

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Firefox Passes Internet Explorer in Europe Because Chrome

Browser share numbers on the European continent already indicated that Firefox overtake Microsoft’s browser. The fact that the creator of Internet Explorer need to offer a browser screen as part of the result of the anti-trust process that suffered on … Continue reading

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It Will be the End of the Unpleasant Present? Yes, If You Depend on Amazon

It may be that, at the time it is given a gift, what counts is the intention. So always have still those gifts that are useless or unpleasant, we would like to change as soon as we opened the package … Continue reading

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Private Mode Browsers is Not as Private as It Should

Navigation standard became tabs in browsers after the Opera started to use it. Now the new star of the creators of browsers company became the private mode, that navigation mode that does not keep anything from sites that are visited. … Continue reading

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Subscribers Data in ESMS Leak on the Web

The Ministry of Education confirmed the morning of Wednesday entered data Exam National Secondary Education (ENEM) leaked on the Internet yesterday. Millions of data may have been accessed, but for now the ministry does not report the seriousness of the … Continue reading

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Less Than a Third of Twitter Users are “True”

A survey of company security Barracuda Labs analyzed more than 25 million accounts Twitter and came to the conclusion that only 28.87% are “real users”.

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Twitter Hashtags Active Commemorative for the World Cup

When you are not baleiando, the Twitter until it is a very useful service. And like Google, it also showed that it is with the fever of the World Cup 2010 (which by the way officially begins today) to create … Continue reading

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Links Will not Interfere with the Character Limit on Twitter

When using Twitter currently service users must be limited to 140 characters to post a message on the site. When such a message contains a link, that number drops even more, depending on the size of the URL and a … Continue reading

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Twitter Adds Field Common in Followers in the Sidebar

A new day, a new feature in Twitter. And this apparently has just been implemented. It is the ability to see the profiles you access which users you and the person whose profile you are viewing below.

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Short Links: Not As Dangerous as They Seem?

URL shorteners can even slow the internet, but according to a survey released by the company security Zscaler Inc. they may not be as dangerous as Cisco imagined it would be.

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Yahoo Accounts are Hacked in China

And Chinese censorship back to move. Until then focusing on the services Google, Beijing stopped short of pressing the Mountain View company. The next target is Yahoo, which saw all e-mail from multiple users are hacked in recent days.

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Google Decided to Redirect Google.cn to Hong Kong

The Google just announced on its corporate blog that has turned off, this morning, the domain google.cn. The version of the engine for the huge market Chinese internet begins to redirect to google.com.hk, which usually attend Google users that are … Continue reading

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Twitter Trending Wins Regional Topics

This week Twitter has enabled a new feature that allows you to separate your trending topics – or “hot topics” in a Freestyle translation – by countries and cities.

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Chrome Stable Version Gains Support for Extensions and Bookmark Sync

So far, the only alternative users that Chrome had wanted to make use of extensions in the browser would use a version of the program developers. Today, however, Google announced an update to the stable version of the browser to … Continue reading

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“Do Not Use Internet Explorer,” Says German Government

The latest breaches of security guards discovered in Internet Explorer, which came to light after the threat of Google to leave the Chinese market after some user accounts of human rights activists were invaded by Eastern hackers, they made ​​the … Continue reading

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