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McAfee invented DRM photos posted on Facebook

Which was presented to us as a "condom for your social life" allows you to prohibit your friends to download your photos published. The screen printing is disabled, but we have no details on the exact functioning of this solution.

iPad mini: delivery times lengthen

Opened last Friday iPad preorders have mini seems it really started. Evidenced by the delivery which have been in a few hours from the original date of November 2 to 2 weeks.

VIZIO announced of Windows 8

PC newcomer Vizio has announced their Windows 8 holiday lineup consisting of two all-in-one desktops, two Ultrabooks and a single notebook.

A new generation of remote control helicopter

Enthusiasts gear remote controlled, you ever imagined you spend eternal joysticks with various buttons that never end? Here Chorus Helicopter Remote Control will transport you to another universe.


Saturday, April 27, 2013

Google Street View: 50 countries are now online

This is the biggest update of Google Street View by the Mountain View company with the addition of more than 550 000 km of roads and streets, nearly 350,000 miles of roads across 14 countries that were added during this last update. And since the launch of Google Street View in five U.S. cities in 2007 the number of kilometers views added is phenomenal.

Today with Street View, you might as well take a train through the Swiss Alps, an explorer in Antarctica, visiting countries such as Poland and Romania and with this update discover Hungary and Lesotho.

Google explains on his blog that "Now you can take a virtual walk through the historic center of Budapest, the Danube (the river that carves the city into two), see the building of the Hungarian Parliament and the famous Bridge chains. "

In addition with this addition, the coverage of existing roads and streets in France, Italy, Poland, Romania, Russia, Singapore and Thailand has been refreshed and expanded. For example, in France it is now you can virtually walk in the pedestrian town center of Blois.

Even if it is criticized in many countries, the data protection authority in Hamburg, Germany has fined Google 145,000 euros fine for private data collected for Street View recently, there remains a great tool for exploring distant lands or to simply prepare your holidays.

Google and concluded: "From Antarctica to Australia, South Korea to South Africa, the snowy peaks of Mount Everest to the Great Barrier Reef, you can virtually visit more than 8 million kilometers shooting around the world without ever leaving your home. "

Sunday, April 14, 2013

252 million domain names

Particular manager. Com and. Net, VeriSign has a point on the development of the Internet. The opportunity to report the addition of 6.1 million domain names in the fourth quarter of 2012.

The total number of domain names registered on 31 December 2012 and is increased to more than 252 million. This represents an increase of 11.8% in one year, an increase of 26.6 million domain names.

The. Com and. Net total between them 121.1 million domain names (+6.4% a year) 106 200 000 for. Com and 14.9 million for. Net.

 All ccTLDs level reached 110.2 million with an increase of $ 19.6 million a year. A Top 10 account for nearly 63% of all those recorded in the world. De (Germany). Tk (Tokelau). Uk (United Kingdom). Cn (China). Nl (Netherlands) ,. ru (Russia). eu (European Union). br (Brazil). at (Australia). fr (France).

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Yahoo! Mail integrates Dropbox

This week, Yahoo! Mail has secured the services of Dropbox and how and to shatter a limit of 25 MB for sending attachments.

Such support for large files - over 25 MB - is not new for Yahoo! Mail but it was so far carried out in partnership with YouSendIt.

This partnership with Dropbox "Yahoo! Mail adds all new features and simplifies sending, sharing, managing and storing large files in the cloud," said Yahoo!. "Yahoo! Mail users can now access all their documents stored on Dropbox in one click."

For this issue of large files, Google's Gmail and Microsoft Outlook.com resort to homemade solutions respectively Drive and SkyDrive.