Month: June 2010

‘Toy Story’ in Top 20 Pages of Facebook

Facebook makes use of the Page Data Tool to count the number of fans that are added daily and monthly to Facebook Pages. This week it has been found that FIFA World Cup Soccer and Toy Story have made a place in Facebook’s Top 20 pages. Christiano Ronaldo, Portugal’s player took up the number 3 place on the list accumulating 359,000 fans. Currently he has about 4.7 million fans. After the draw match against the Ivory Coast, his page experienced a jump of 127,400 fans. The Sports on Facebook Page occupied the eleventh place adding 260,000 users to 1.7 million. This intensification could have taken place due to the World Cup only. Toy Story Release Pixar’s “Toy Story 3” was engaged in the ninth place. Since the company has granted the sales of ticket directly on Facebook the film has been promoted. Toy Story Page added 263,000 fans and thus it has a total of 1.2 million fans now. Toy Story is an American computer animated family film. It was the first film made by Disney / Pixar. Also, it was the first film made exclusively with CGI. John Lasseter directed the film. Walt Disney Pictures distributed the film. It was written by Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Alec Sokolow, Joss Whedon and Joel Cohen. In Toy Story, every time humans are not there, an assemblage of toys will be given...

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Flock Favors Google in Contrast to Mozilla

Flock is a prominent web browser. It is fabricated on Mozilla Firefox codebase which is a  specialize in giving Web 2.0 and social marketing amenities put up into its user interface. On May 19, 2009 Flock v2.5 was released officially. Flock browser which can be downloaded freely supports Linux, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows and Free BSD platforms. Media Services and social networking sites like Yahoo Mail, Gmail, YouTube, Facebook, MySpace, Blogger, Flickr, and Twitter etc can be integrated by Flock 2.5. It helps you to follow your friend’s updated profiles, uploaded photos etc. For this you’ve to log into the supported social networking sites. Rise of Flock Flock 2.5 version has introduced Twitter Search functionality via Facebook Chat. It has introduced instant messaging. Using its Media Bar, you can preview the online photos and videos. You can also subscribe to photo and video feeds. Flock 2.5 has a blog editor and reader. Using this, you can directly post to any designated blog. It has a feed reader which supports RSS Media, RSS and Atom feeds. It has a special component known as Webkit mail. Using this it is possible to check your mails offsite but your e-mails should be web based. You can compose new messages. From the Media Bar, you can drag and drop videos and pictures into a new e-mail message. It can support third party...

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Mobile Key to Facebook’s World Domination

In February 2004, Facebook Inc has launched a social networking website called Facebook. You can access a variety of options in Facebook. You can adjoin people as your friends. You can update your personal profile and let your friends know about it through Facebook. You can send messages to them. You can stick together networks well thought-out by schools, colleges, workplace etc. In September 2005, Facebook instigated a high school version. The employees of many companies like Microsoft and Apple Inc were given eligibility membership. From September 26, 2006 onwards anyone aged 13 or older are allowed to become the members of Facebook. But they should have a valid e-mail address. Facebook has become more popular during 2009-2010. In some continents it has exceeded the Google visits. In Australia, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Hong Kong and New Zealand, Facebook.com has become the top social networking site. Almost every year of this century can be termed as the year of the mobile. Now smartphones help to access Facebook either through their web-browsers or applications. In August 2007, the Facebook iPhone app was launched. On its Ovi Store Nokia is offering a Facebook app. Google’s Android 2.0 OS has also a Facebook app. The development of smartphones has created more advertising revenue streams. iPhone 4, Apple iAD are the upcoming mobile advertising network. Persons having modernized iPhone and iPod touch...

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How to upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7

This guide will show you how to upgrade your Windows XP operating system to Windows 7. It is important to have this guide available either on another computer or in print. Your computer will turn off during your installation of Windows and you will not be able to view this guide. Before you begin Before you begin with installing it is important to prepare for this upgrade. To install Windows 7 while you are running Windows XP, you will have to choose the Custom option during your installation. This option will completely erase your personal files. You must backup anything you wish to transfer to your Windows 7 system. What you need to prepare: Collect all the installation files and disks for the programs that you want to use in Windows 7- Backup your personal files and settings using Windows Easy Transfer- (You can download Windows Easy Transfer for XP at Microsoft’s Download Center) Decide whether you will be installing the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows 7. If you have less than 4 GB of RAM (random access memory), then the 32-bit edition is sufficient. If you have more than 4 GB of RAM, then you can select the 64-bit option. Go here for more information about the two editions. You can check the version of XP you are running to decide which install to pick: Go to...

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How to Upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows 7

This guide will show you how to upgrade your Windows Vista operating system to Windows 7. It is important to have this guide available either on another computer or in print. Your computer will turn off during your installation of Windows and you will not be able to view this guide from that computer. Before you begin To install Windows 7 while you are running Windows Vista, you can either choose the Upgrade option or choose the Custom option during your installation. Choosing the upgrade option is the most convenient method. The custom option will completely erase your personal files. If for any reason you choose to perform a custom installation, you must backup anything you wish to transfer to your Windows 7 system. What you need to prepare: For a custom installation, you will need all the installation files and disks for the programs that you want to use in Windows 7. You will also need to back up your personal files and settings using Windows Easy Transfer. The previous step is unnecessary for an upgrade installation. Decide whether you will be installing the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows 7. If you have less than 4 GB of RAM (random access memory), then the 32-bit edition is sufficient. If you have more than 4 GB of RAM, then you can select the 64-bit option. Go to Start...

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