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Bisoño
La ultima noticia techie del foro...

Con dedicatoria para Cachaco y MaurOS...

Google Desktop para Mac.... ya pueden morir en paz.... ;)

http://desktop.google.com/mac

EL fin está cerca... una noticia con MAC y google en el mismo post! ;):P

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Isaac el Ciego

la buena noticia de tecnologia es que en verano me suben las horas en el laboratorio jeje

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Jasper
la buena noticia de tecnologia es que en verano me suben las horas en el laboratorio jeje

Eso es porque no vas a estar en Controversia..... de facil deduccion.

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MaurOS X
La ultima noticia techie del foro...

Con dedicatoria para Cachaco y MaurOS...

Google Desktop para Mac.... ya pueden morir en paz.... ;)

http://desktop.google.com/mac

:clap: Estaba anunciado desde hace mucho... antes se demoraron. Y es una buena noticia... con seguridad no supera a Spotlight como buscador dentro del disco duro, pero algo podrá hacer con los widgets contra Dashboard...

EL fin está cerca... una noticia con MAC y google en el mismo post! ;):P

¿Y qué le sorprende, ABT?

Si la gente de Google admira a Apple en muchas cosas... No más vea esto: http://googlemac.blogspot.com/2007/02/visit-to-apple.html

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Bisoño
:clap: Estaba anunciado desde hace mucho... antes se demoraron. Y es una buena noticia... con seguridad no supera a Spotlight como buscador dentro del disco duro, pero algo podrá hacer con los widgets contra Dashboard...

¿Y qué le sorprende, ABT?

Si la gente de Google admira a Apple en muchas cosas... No más vea esto: http://googlemac.blogspot.com/2007/02/visit-to-apple.html

Deje así, ja$per entendió, que es lo importante... :rolleyes:

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Jasper

- Mauro debe estar feliz... el iPhone volvio a retrasar el lanzamiento de Leopard...... :whistle::whistle:

- Para los fans del PS3 les cuento que la version de 20GB no se vendera mas. Aprovechen porque de pronto salen en oferta.

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Cachaco

jeje, mas bien deberian hablar de la condena para el CEO de computer assciates.. a pagar 750 millones de dolares de "multa"

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MaurOS X

Jeje...

Sí, lástima se va a retrasar unos meses Leopard... pero usted celebre si a) Leopard se retrasa TRES AÑOS... y b) si a pesar de los tres años, LE QUITAN LA MITAD DE LAS INNOVACIONES PLANEADAS... :whistle:

Bueno, esta semana me llega el primer Apple TV en LA... vamos a ver si le saco el jugo por tres semanitas... :)

Y cambiando de tema, la próxima semana ya estará disponible el Treo 680, sólo por Comcel. Para los que tengan Treo 600 u otros teléfonos, recomendadísimo... las diferencias con el Treo 650 también son positivas, pero no creo que justifique el cambio por la diferencia de precios...

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Bisoño
- Mauro debe estar feliz... el iPhone volvio a retrasar el lanzamiento de Leopard...... :whistle::whistle:

Afortunadamente, no por eso le cambian el nombre ni le quitan la mitad de lo que le iban a incluir como novedad... :ph34r:

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La Norte

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/6558979.stm

Adobe unveils Flash video control

The new system gives greater control to copyright owners

Adobe unveils a version of Flash which allows control of video use, as Microsoft launches a competitor.

The new software should also allow video to be played offline, whether on computers or portable devices.

Flash is used on websites such as YouTube, the Google-owned video sharing site dogged by rows over the use of copyrighted material.

The launch comes as Microsoft took the wraps off its own competing online media platform, Silverlight.

The product - formerly dubbed WPF/E - also includes copyright protection.

The software giant has long wanted to take on Adobe's dominance of online video, and has signed up several content providers including Netflix and Major League Baseball.

Flash - originally developed by Macromedia, a firm then bought by Adobe - has been the biggest player in online video for some time.

Its dominance has been secured by the huge popularity of both YouTube and dozens of other video sharing services.

Although there are programs and services available to pull content from such sites and convert them to be viewed offline, this is the first time Adobe has launched its own dedicated piece of software to make it possible.

But the big seller for Adobe is the ability to include in Flash movies so-called digital rights management (DRM) - allowing copyright holders to require the viewing of adverts, or restrict copying.

"Adobe has created the first way for media companies to release video content, secure in the knowledge that advertising goes with it," James McQuivey, an analyst at Forrester Research said.

Content publishers are promised "better ways to deliver, monetize, brand, track and protect video content".

The new software will be freely available in the same way as other products such as Acrobat Reader and Flash Player, for both Windows PCs and Apple's Macintosh computers.

Microsoft is promising that Silverlight, too, will work with both Windows and Macs.

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Jasper

Esto deberia ir con un.... "golpe duro para Cachaco"......

Lo mas triste para mi de la semana pasada fue la adquisicion de DoubleClick por parte de Google.

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Cachaco
Esto deberia ir con un.... "golpe duro para Cachaco"......

Lo mas triste para mi de la semana pasada fue la adquisicion de DoubleClick por parte de Google.

efectivamente, no es duro sino durisimo, si permite poner DRM en flash.. curioso dado el movimiento hacia el drm free content que se viene dando en otros frentes?? error estrategico de adobe??

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Jasper

Ayer fue el caos para la gente de ventas de cientos de empresas en US. El problema aun persiste por el represamiento de correos y las preguntas abundan...

BlackBerry service back

Service problems disrupted e-mail traffic but the company says most service is restored.

April 18 2007: 10:16 AM EDT

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- A system failure knocked out BlackBerry service to millions of customers late Tuesday but the company said Wednesday morning that service for "most customers" was restored.

A statement from the company said: "A service interruption occurred Tuesday night that affected BlackBerry in North America. E-mail delivery was delayed or intermittent during the service interruption."

"Root cause is currently under review, but service for most customers was restored overnight and RIM is closely monitoring systems in order to maintain normal service levels," the statement said.

The stock of Research in Motion (Charts), which sells the BlackBerry device and service, sank about 1 percent at the open but recovered somewhat and was off about 0.3 percent in morning trading on Nasdaq.

Research in Motion said phone service on the handsets was unaffected.

Some users had reported intermittent service, others have gotten bundles of backed-up emails, and still others had no access at all.

BlackBerry devices became popular in the 1990s for people who wanted to get e-mail, phone calls and Internet access while on the go. It's now often called "CrackBerry" by many users who joke about their "addiction" to the devices.

The service problems started about 8 p.m. ET Tuesday and affected users across the Western hemisphere, WNBC, a New York TV news channel, reported. Some reports said users were also affected in Hong Kong and London.

Even with the system back, some users may experience delays as the company processes the backlog.

A spokeswoman for Verizon, one of the service providers for Research in Motion, said the outage didn't involve Verizon's networks.

According to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Research in Motion has some 8 million BlackBerry subscribers worldwide.

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pocho
Ayer fue el caos para la gente de ventas de cientos de empresas en US. El problema aun persiste por el represamiento de correos y las preguntas abundan...

se cayo la accion de RIM.

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Jasper

Interesante informacion....

Participation on Web 2.0 sites remains weak

Tue Apr 17, 2007 10:55PM EDT

By Eric Auchard

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Web 2.0, a catchphrase for the latest generation of Web sites where users contribute their own text, pictures and video content, is far less participatory than commonly assumed, a study showed on Tuesday.

A tiny 0.16 percent of visits to Google's top video-sharing site, YouTube, are by users seeking to upload video for others to watch, according to a study of online surfing data by Bill Tancer, an analyst with Web audience measurement firm Hitwise.

Similarly, only two-tenths of one percent of visits to Flickr, a popular photo-editing site owned by Yahoo Inc., are to upload new photos, the Hitwise study found.

The vast majority of visitors are the Internet equivalent of the television generation's couch potatoes -- voyeurs who like to watch rather than create, Tancer's statistics show.

Wikipedia, the anyone-can-edit online encyclopedia, is the one exception cited in the Hitwise study: 4.6 percent of all visits to Wikipedia pages are to edit entries on the site.

But despite relatively low-user involvement, visits to Web 2.0-style sites have spiked 668 percent in two years, Tancer said.

"Web 2.0 and participatory sites (are) really gaining traction," he told an audience of roughly 3,000 Internet entrepreneurs, developers and financiers attending the Web 2.0 Expo industry conference in San Francisco this week.

Web 2.0, a phrase popularized by conference organizer Tim O'Reilly, refers to the current generation of Web sites that seek to turn viewers into contributors by giving them tools to write, post, comment and upload their own creative work.

Besides Wikipedia, other well-known Web 2.0 destinations are social network sites like News Corp.'s MySpace and Facebook and photo-sharing site Photobucket.

Visits by Web users to the category of participatory Web 2.0 sites account for 12 percent of U.S. Web activity, up from only 2 percent two years ago, the study showed.

Web 2.0 photo-sharing sites now account for 56 percent of visits to all online photo sites. Of that, Photobucket alone accounts for 41 percent of the traffic, Hitwise data shows.

An older, first generation of sites, now in the minority, are photo-finishing sites that give users the ability to store, share and print photos.

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DT-SKROLL

navegando por la red me encontre esto

msfirefox

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Jasper

Un poco de humor techie con mucho de cierto....

Deadly Virus Phone Threat Causes Pakistan Panic

By Reuters

April 13, 2007

KARACHI (Reuters)—Mobile service providers in Pakistan have been inundated by calls from subscribers worried by a prank message that they could die of a deadly virus being transmitted via their phones.

The rumor was so effective that some mosques in the country's biggest city, Karachi, made announcements that people were being killed by a mobile virus and they should be aware of God's wrath.

In a prank reminiscent of the plot in the hit Hollywood movie "The Ring" in which people die within a week after watching a video, the prankster warned users that a deadly virus transmitted through phones had killed 20 people.

There are more than 52 million mobile users among 160 million people in Pakistan.

Farah Hussain, a spokeswoman for Warid Telecom, said that their customer service centers had been inundated with panicky subscribers inquiring about the so-called virus.

The cellular operators moved to calm down subscribers and said in a joint statement: "These rumors are completely baseless. They do not make any sense in technological terms."

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Salda

google compro una cosa ahi pa hacer presentaciones como las de power point....ahi les dejo

vida hp yo deberia estar estudiando en este momento y no leyendo maricadas!!!!

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Jasper

La BBC lanzara el BBC iPlayer, en el que podran encontrar toda la programacion y archivos historicos que le pertenecen a la BBC. El lanzamiento se hara a finales del 2007 y viene en su primera fase para windows, luego para cable-boxes con acceso a internet, luego mac y similares.

Este es un proyecto gigante que involucra mas de 20.000 personas trabajando para la BBC.

Grande la BBC.... Google ....empieza a temblar.

Aca se hizo el beta test...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/imp/

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Cachaco
La BBC lanzara el BBC iPlayer, en el que podran encontrar toda la programacion y archivos historicos que le pertenecen a la BBC. El lanzamiento se hara a finales del 2007 y viene en su primera fase para windows, luego para cable-boxes con acceso a internet, luego mac y similares.

Este es un proyecto gigante que involucra mas de 20.000 personas trabajando para la BBC.

Grande la BBC.... Google ....empieza a temblar.

Aca se hizo el beta test...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/imp/

jeje, habalndo de google ayer reporto resultados y nuevamente le dieron por la cabeza a los estimados de los analistas.. y de paso anuncio que se compraron una empresa que compite directamente con webex en el espeacio de la colaboracion online..

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Jasper
jeje, habalndo de google ayer reporto resultados y nuevamente le dieron por la cabeza a los estimados de los analistas.. y de paso anuncio que se compraron una empresa que compite directamente con webex en el espeacio de la colaboracion online..

Yo dije hace rato que Cisco iba a ser competencia de Google y me dijeron que no. La compra de Marratech es prueba de ello.

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Cachaco
Yo dije hace rato que Cisco iba a ser competencia de Google y me dijeron que no. La compra de Marratech es prueba de ello.

jaja, bueno pero sucedio al reves...

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Jasper
jaja, bueno pero sucedio al reves...

Cisco es el que se ha ido moviendo mas y mas hacia el mundo del los "file services". Google siempre ha estado ahi.

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JuanCamilo
google compro una cosa ahi pa hacer presentaciones como las de power point....ahi les dejo

vida hp yo deberia estar estudiando en este momento y no leyendo maricadas!!!!

Jajaja, que noticia tan mal redactada y mañe.

Y ninguno de los fans de Thunderbird va a rese~nar el lanzamiento oficial de 2.0?

http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/thunderbird/

Es del carajo, desde hace 1 semana estoy con el RC. Muy recomendado. Aunque no corrigen lo de poder poner la firma sobre el mensaje citado y bajo mi respuesta.

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