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SMS chat with your Facebook via Yahoo! Messenger 11 Beta

One of the big new features in the latest Yahoo Messenger 11, still in beta, is the Facebook integration. This is part of a broader strategy at Yahoo and the company is taking it one step further now by enabling users to send and receive Facebook chat messages via SMS. “You can

Twitter into more languages

Today twitter announcing a product that is a major step toward making Twitter more easily accessible by people around the world – the Twitter Translation Center. The Translation Center allows us to crowdsource translations from our passionate users in order to more quickly launch Twitter in additional languages. Translators will be translating

YouTube Videos Now 4X Faster than Just Six Months Ago

From the youtube blog: Few things can be more frustrating than waiting for what feels like years for that amazing video you just shot to finish uploading to the site so you can publish it and share it with your friends. Whether it’s the speed a video plays back, or the speed

Valentine’s Day Scams on Facebook

As you guys knows that valentine’s day is coming so, Some of the Security researchers warn that Facebook scammers have already started capitalizing on the upcoming Valentine’s Day by launching specifically-themed campaigns. It’s well know that the number of scams surges around major holidays, and not only on social networking sites, but

WordPress 3.1 RC4 Released

WordPress 3.1 RC4 build includes the security fixes and enhancements included in 3.0.5 and addresses about two dozen additional bugs. This latest release should be the final step before the stable version comes out. WordPress 3.1 has been in release candidate phase for about a month and a half now. This includes

Google Chrome 9 Released

From google blog i got information: Google Chrome 9 has now been pushed to the stable channel, marking the official release of the latest version of the popular browser. After a slight delay during the winter holidays, the team is back on schedule, releasing a stable release every six weeks. With such

eBay Launches Open Source Code “Turmeric”

eBay has made its first steps towards becoming involved with the open source world with the launch of a dedicated website and the release, in beta, of Tumeric, a service-oriented architecture platform used internally by the site. It’s the first big project the company has released as open source, but it will

Facebook Introduces Group Buying for Credits

Today, Facebook introducing two features for developers that use Facebook Credits as the primary virtual currency within their games: buy with friends and frictionless payments. These features enhance the user experience when credits are integrated as the in-game currency and premium virtual goods are priced in credits. Buy with friends Buy with

Facebook Sliceing Out of Google’s Ad Revenue

As the social network steams past 650 million global users, its business is looking more like Google’s in that the majority of its ad sales now come from small- and medium-size companies that make use of its self-serve ad system, a model that turned Google into a $200 billion behemoth during the

Rogue Facebook apps can now access your home address and mobile phone number

A security expert has warned that users should remove their home addresses and phone numbers from their Facebook accounts. According to Graham Cluley said the website now gives third parties access to that information. The website said in a blog post at the weekend that it would give developers of applications access