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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.


Friday, May 31, 2013

Google Play Music All Access iOS arrives

Google Play All Music Access arrive sous iOS
The streaming music service, Google Music Play All Access, available for a few weeks in the U.S., will arrive soon in iOS

 This is again Sundar Pichai who announced yesterday at the D11 conference, but we do not know if Apple will approve the application or if Google will go through a mobile web (HTML 5?). 

Google Play Music All Access is a competitor Spotify and therefore need a subscription fee of $ 9.99 per month, it is integrated with the Google Music app.


Monday, May 6, 2013

YouTube will provide some channels on subscription

The Internet giant Google will announce a paid subscription to some channels from its platform online video service YouTube, the Financial Times said Monday. The announcement, which could come as early as this week, is expected to affect some 50 channels for subscriptions starting at U.S. $ 1.99 per month, according to the business daily quoting sources close to the project.

The platform, which derives most of its revenue from digital video advertising, and should adopt a new funding stream. Without confirming this turn, YouTube told the FT that "was to create a subscription platform that could bring even more quality content (...) for the sake of (his) users and provide creative a new channel for generating revenue for their content, more models based on leasing and advertising. "

YouTube, which has over one billion users per month, already offers since 2011 a series of free channels - a way of preparing the ground for the creation of pay channels.