Google Will Have to Pay $ 7000 for Fake Profile

The Google Brazil was ordered to pay $ 7,000 to a man who accuses the Orkut to allow false information about him were published. The man, whose name was not given, had his name included in the community “Arrest the thieves UNICRUZ” which apparently discoursed on a swindlers gang with a broad portfolio of crimes. He was offended and sued Google Brazil with a favorable decision.

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Incredible Facebook Statistics in 2010

The Facebook has grown tremendously in recent years. Managed 500 million users and became the nation’s most accessed site. But the network had not yet revealed more exact details of the behavior of its members. At least so far. According to data published on the website of Democracy UK, a kind of political group started by the social network, in just 20 minutes on Facebook are shared 1 million links.

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Google Street View Car Uses Notebook with Ubuntu

You sure know a lot about Google Street View you stroll along the big cities capturing images of streets and throwing people, but what you do not know is that with all the technological paraphernalia in the car there is a notebook that runs … Ubuntu!

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The Official Debut of Spotify in Brazil

No more waiting, no more access by invitation only. Once you have tested your arrival to Brazil several times, the Spotify met the press on the morning of Wednesday (28) in São Paulo, to finally announce the official premiere of his service in the country.

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QR Code Reaches the O Globo Newspaper

The next time you open your newspaper, also made ​​of paper, you may bump into an emblem as the next image. The QR Code, known to many geeks who read the our site, made ​​his debut in the middle printed last week. Legend has it that The Globe, daily my Rio de Janeiro, is the first jornalão in Brazil to adopt this form to provide additional information.

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Microsoft Creates Channel That Provides Trial Versions of Internet Explorer

All popular browsers have trial versions distributed in channels dedicated to developers and enthusiasts, except Internet Explorer. But this today: on Monday (16), the Microsoft announced the Internet Explorer Developer Channel to finally fix this “slide”.

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Twitter Allows You to Send Reply From the Page of an At

It has new web interface of Twitter. After reformulating the tabs that are displayed on your homepage and after release uploading photos from the site itself, the microblogging debut a different way to send replies to site users. Instead of opening the tweet field and write the right message in the homepage, users can now enter the profile in question to send the reply.

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Google Tests Infinite Scrolling in Search Results

You will be spinning the scroll mouse, but it seems that the page never ends. The Google test changes in the browser interface (ie your home page) that can put an end to links to pages index there at the bottom. Instead of “page 1”, “page 2”, “page 3” and the like, the company seems to be interested in replacing these various links by a button which loads more results search .

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Google Starts to Show Graphs of Equations the Results

Mathematics. According to the Institute of random estimates of TB, this is considered the matter of the toughest for 9 out of 10 students. If you have not changed much since the last calculus class I had, I imagine that it continues still very complicated today. Today Google launched a novelty that can help students who are experiencing a slight martyrdom in trying to understand it.

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Google Street View Documenting Tsunami Damage in Japan

It’s been a long time since the tsunami that struck Japan is no longer featured on news sites. But despite the Nipponese efficiency in rebuilding roads in record time the most disaster damage remains a living part in the daily lives of most of the inhabitants of the country.

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