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Twitter for language and culture

Twitter is the best form of social media. Many people use twitter for business development.
Twitter is one of the effective social networking where you can send your updates which are known as tweets. Twitter user are connected each other from various places and share there interest. Most of the business uses twitter to get the instant updates from their clients to provide the services in efficient ways.

Twitter has released its stats which indicate that more then 60% user that are connected to twitter are outside US. Moreover international expansion is dramatically increases to overcome this problem twitter are launching its services in different languages to fulfill the requirement.

In October 2009, Twitter declared it would be publishing versions of the site in various languages and called for volunteers to assist with the translation procedure.
Twitter is now available in different languages to provide its services outside U.S because large number of account belongs to outside U.S.
Twitter offered different tools that are helpful to understand the concept of micro-blogging. Twitter also supports multi language application to integrate in tweet that makes it more effective.

Twitter based Activities for language and culture:

The most effective way to get the maximum benefits from the twitter is to follows the French news feeds. As the French media is not well know in US but the news, news tweets are prominent in French media. So it is very common to follows the important information vi headline tweets.

To search usernames that related to new organization can be challenging. Twitter displays them in public time line which would appear as “featured tweets”. If you want to search out the organization name in the “find and invite” then it will bring you the result that you want. If you want to find out the accurate result you can select the topic which you want to search that are usually listed below the twitter tools. The most common way to search the result in other languages is to navigate http://twitter.com/[username] and then follow the tweets in any of the French news feed but be careful in searching the username could be case sensitive.

Rally Up Is a Location – Based Network for People Who Like Privacy

Rally Up is a new geolocation app been introduced for the iPhone. Rally is quite different from those of the normal geolocation app such as Foursquare and Gowalla, that it has very intense focus on privacy and content sharing. Rally Up quotes itself as “a social network for real friends,” allowing the users to share texts, videos and photos to trusted people.

To that extent, Rally Up takes a different move to friend’s data base and friend’s management from the other usual social applications. To go for an instance, Rally Up is unique it does not incorporate with Twitter. What? I hear someone gasp, as the saying goes,” It’s not a flaw, it’s a feature.”

The ultimate aim of launching Rally Up is not to tap or create into yet an extra social community network; it goes very precise that you share information to only people whom you trust and whom you wish to share. For instance, if you are in a need to add a user to your account, you will be provided with different options like to control the information been shared and received by them. This app “slider” can be modified according to your wish.

Here are your options:

• Real Friends – Here the list of the people include your boyfriend, girlfriend, sister or brother whom you are very close to. You can share all your information and their activities will appear in your feed and trigger push notifications.
• Feed Friends – Here the list of contacts includes your co-workers or your gym mates. You will get the updates from these people but you will not be provided with push notifications.
• Lurk – This lets you check your friend’s each and every move, but won’t let your friend know where you have signed. Wish to present a surprise gift to your best buddy, then you ought to put them in lurk category.
• Mute – This category is for your high school girl whom you wish to know nothing about her. She might be in your friends list on your Face book, LinkedIn and Foursquare, but you still not interested to check on her moves and do not want her to know what party you are attending. You need not worry or be rude to her, just put her in mute category so that you will not receive any updates from her and she will also not get any update of yours. So mute her for timely and later you can mute her if you feel disposed.

When coming to sign- ins, Rally Up has got to move ahead in technology, like if you wish to assign certain positions as “private “ , you can do it. It means someone can see you that you are at home. If you wish people not to know about your work place, then you can very well designate your office as “private”.

You can even make temporary locations for occasions like parties and conferences without adding it to your permanent locations. It also provides you use check ins to let people know that you are held out somewhere and make them join your there. You can use SMS effect with free of cost.

Rally Up is now available for the iPhone soon it will come with iPad. Wish to have a secure location based social network; do not hesitate to go for a Rally Up shot.

The First Android TV

A Swedish company, People Of Lava is going to launch a 42-Inch HD Android TV. Named as Scandinavia, the first ever Android TV will be available in this September. Company is planning to launch the 42 inch model first and then to launch 47 inch and 55 inch models of Scandinavia. Coming in this September, Scandinavia will cost $3500 and the user will be able to access Facebook, You Tube, Maps, Twitter, E-Mails and other applications on the Android T.V.

Google in Acquisition Frenzy this Quarter

Looks like Google is in an acquisition frenzy this quarter with the company’s procurement of five up and coming small businesses between January and the first week of April. Four of these businesses come from the San Francisco Bay Area and one is based in Seattle. So far, the latest addition to Google’s expansion campaign this year are: Episodic, DocVerse, Picnik, reMail and Aardvark.

Episodic

Google’s latest acquisition this April 2nd, Episodic becomes the fifth acquisition of Google this year.

Episodic offers its users a platform for hosting on-demand and live streaming video on the Net. Episodic’s platform enables users to view live streaming videos using adaptive video playback mimicking HDTV quality without adding plug-ins. It also allows real-time analytics for monitoring viewership. Users can also monetize their video content by integrating advertisements and commerce in the platform. Content management control is also enabled for the users and any Internet capable device can accept broadcasts from the site.

Formerly owned by Noam Lovinsky, Episodic embraces Google with a team of six employees.

DocVerse

Acquired by Google on March 5th for $25M, DocVerse is the fourth on the list of new companies under its Google’s wings this year.

DocVerse makes it possible for simultaneous access and editing of Microsoft Office Documents in Excel, Power Point and MS word. This will empower Google Doc, Google’s own productivity suite, in terms of online collaborative editing.
DocVerse was founded by Shan Sinha and Alex DeNeui on 2007 and is based in San Francisco, USA.

Picnik

Purchased by Google on March 1st this year, Picnik is the Google’s 3rd acquisition this year.

Picknik is an online photo-editing service that can import photos directly from your own computer or from other websites such as Flicker, MySpace, FaceBook and Picasa Web Albums. It offers basic photo-editing tools for free and that can be upgraded to more versatile features when you subscribe to their service.

Located at downtown Seattle, Picnik is welcomed to Google with 15 employees.

reMail

Acquired by Google on February 17th, reMail is Google’s second company to adopt this year.

reMail is an e-mail application especially designed for iPhone popular for its quick text search of Gmail and IMAP accounts. reMail has announced on its blog that the application has been released as an open source program after Google’s acquisition of the company.
Founder Gabor Cselle will now join the Gmail team as its product manager.

AardVark

1st on Google’s acquisition for $50M this year, Aardvark became part of the Google enterprise on February 12.
Aardvark is an online social search service that lets your friends and their friends answer your queries. The Aardvark service is available on email, Instant Messenger, Twitter and the iPhone. Users can also use Aardvark’s site to view their answer and question history.

With more than twenty employees the company now operates under Google.

Apparently Google’s appetite for purchasing companies is not yet satiated since CEO Erich Schmidt says they are still planning to acquire at least one company per month for the rest of the year. This might offer some hope for those companies struggling to stay afloat in this difficult times.

Microsoft Adds Facebook to Xbox Live

Who have actually thought that console Xbox 360 would become more than just a gaming unit? Yes, Microsoft has done it once again by spearheading a social revolution through the use of gaming devices. More than just a console to play games, the Xbox 360 has now become a melting pot for social networking addicts and game enthusiasts alike.

Starting fall last year, users of the console can now log into Facebook, Twitter, Last.fm, and the high definition media coming from Zune. All of these online social media services will be available to those who both own the Xbox unit and hold Live memberships concurrently.

Undoubtedly, more attention was given into the addition of Facebook. Today, if ever you want to update your status in this leading social networking website, you can now do so through the Xbox 360. At the same time, you can plug the games or movies you’re watching using the unit. You can also do some of the more basic social networking features of browsing photo albums online and even watching Facebook streams. Moreover, you can now match and merge your two friends’ list from Xbox Live and Facebook. All of these could be done without you switching on your personal computers.

This innovation was declared public in mid 2009 by Microsoft’s videogame business and development head strategist Shane Kim. He claimed that the addition of Facebook in Xbox Live expands the scope of what the origianl membership has to offer rather than offering pure video gaming alone. And since the last quarter of 2009, Microsoft has already been very busy rolling out their new service.

A report claimed that one tenth of Xbox Live’s estimated 20 million members has already logged into Facebook during the service first week of operation. This was already considered to be a very big step in ‘socializing’ Xbox.

To enjoy this surplus of services, Microsoft has specified that only Xbox Live users with gold memberships can utilize the social-media changes in Xbox. However, it can also be noted that even the silver members were given the chance to take a glimpse of the new service with free passes from November 20 to 23 last year. To those who don’t want to miss this online frenzy, you can upgrade your membership to gold with an annual fee of only $50. There are also other payment options such as $7.99 for a single month and $19.99 for three consecutive months.

Overall, this innovation has become a boon to the already-growing Xbox Live membership pool; much more if other online apps and other interactive social features will be added next. Narrowing the gap from its toughest competitor (Wii) is no longer a distant goal to reach.

Sony Ericsson Elm

The Elm(J10i2) is such an attractive handset with lightweight plastic which provides the most comfortable daily usage. This latest edition Sony Ericsson model comes with its great features such as the Twitter and Facebook integration. The Sony Ericsson Elm has eco Credential features which include a power friendly charger and a digital manual. Its partial chemical compounds are made from recycled plastics and Manufactured with the use of less toxic chemical components. This technologically designed gadget with eco friendly hardware features is the latest added to Sony Ericssons’ Greenheart range compilation. It has great Social networking features with convenient net applications accessible by the up arrows and is able to compile all the apps together. The Facebook features include display of image thumbnails, status updates and many more. Viewing of profiles is also available. The Twitter’s excellent features include viewing of friend updates, updating and writing comments and others. Direct posting of twitpics is also available. The Ericsson Elm has great Eco features such as the Walk Mate Eco which acts as a pedometer and measures the amount of carbon dioxide you have saved for every number of steps taken when walking.

This Phone also provides great convenience regarding its connectivity. It has Wi-fi, aGPS, HSDPA and 3G technology. The Sony Ericssons Elm Has Multimedia Features that would surely leave you astonished with the convenience regarding its Access photos, Music, Videos and Movies. Movies are accessible via the fantastic Xcross Media Bar. These Multimedia applications are stored on an expandable 280MB internal memory. Expansion of the memory card is available via the MicroSD card slot. The Phone comes with the Sony Ericssons’ trio phone features which include the noise shield, brilliant volume adaptation and clear voice. Hence the call quality is at its paramount excellence. The Key pad takes you away from too much effort on pressing since it has soft press ability and pressing is available with just a slight pressure of your touch. The Sony Ericssons elm comes with a fine quality built-in 5 mega pixel camera which is great for taking pictures at bright light. Has a wide choice of scene modes like Landscape, twilight Portrait, Landscape, Portrait, and beach or snow scene. The Video resolution is 640x480P. The pokey screen’s size is a bit inappropriate for movies but the video playback is good. The Sony Ericsson Elm Phone is not that fantastic when it comes to higher technology features. Smartphone lovers don’t often prefer this type of phone, but it has useful features like the eco credential which can be hardly found in other phones.
Eco credential features in phone somehow defeats the nature-antagonist quality that technology has.

This Elm phone is most preferable for people who like things to be simple. Preferable for some one who has the passion for technology but likes to keep every thing as simple as it can be. The elm Phone is convenient for providing you with just the simple things you want with your phone. So as to keep you away from being confused with the complication other phones may have.

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