Archive for August, 2011

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Answer by uncle billy
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Nokia is to lose another of senior executive after it announced Tero Ojanperä, Executive Vice President and member of its Leadership Team, will leave the company at the end of his contract on September 30, having worked for the mobile giant for 21 years.

Ojanperä held different positions at Nokia, once serving as the company’s Chief Technology Officer, Chief Strategy Officer, Head of Research, with his most recent role as Executive Vice President of Services seeing him oversee the support and advancement of developers.

Leaving Nokia at the end of the month, Ojanperä will take on a new role as Managing Partner of Vision+, a new investment fund that supports entrepreneurship and product development in local communities, which is to be backed by his former employer.

“I have enjoyed more than 20 years at Nokia. I’m proud to have played a role in the company which has changed – and continues to change – the lives of so many people around the world through mobile technology,” says Ojanperä. “Looking ahead, I’m excited to lead the work for the Vision+, which seeks to help communities turn creativity and innovation into products.”

Ojanperä is credited with helping to launch Ovi, Nokia’s answer to Apple’s App Store, a brand that is set to be amalgamated into the Nokia brand as the company seeks to launch a new range of Windows Phone handsets.

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(Cross-posted from the Gmail Blog)

We understand that it’s not always easy or affordable for our troops serving overseas to call friends and family at home, so starting today we’re making it completely free for all uniformed military personnel with valid United States Military (.mil) email addresses to call the United States, right from Gmail.

There are two easy steps to enable free calling from Gmail (detailed instructions):

  1. Add your valid .mil email address to your Google Account
  2. Click on the Call phone link at the top of the Gmail chat roster and install the voice and video Gmail plugin if you haven’t already.




And don’t forget that for friends and family at home in the U.S., calling troops abroad is as little as $ .02/minute
Similar to free calling within the U.S., free calling to the U.S. for service members will be available for at least the rest of 2011. 
We recognize and appreciate the sacrifices U.S. troops make when they serve abroad, and we’re proud to help make it a little bit easier for them to stay connected and hear a familiar voice.


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HP’s decision to cease production of its TouchPad tablets and Pre smartphones and license the webOS mobile operating system has seen its upstream suppliers left with a build-up of component inventory which was prepared for the production of the upcoming 7-inch TouchPad, reports Digitimes.

According to sources, HP is currently in talks with suppliers to ease inventory issues, with HP Taiwan highlighting that it will still “maintain its promise” to the partners, despite the fact it has not notified suppliers of its intentions.

Suppliers have reportedly been left with component inventory capable of producing 100,000 7-inch TouchPads:

The sources pointed out that the inventory level is capable of producing about 100,000 7-inch TouchPads and was originally set to start production at the end of the third quarter, but HP’s sudden change of strategy has completely messed up upstream player’s schedules.

It is thought that even if HP does incur all costs for excess components, suppliers may still record unseen losses as a result of the company’s drastic u-turn with its webOS devices.

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(Cross-posted from the Lat Long Blog)

I’m from Barcelona, and once a year I go to Costa Brava on the Mediterranean with my friends to enjoy good food and nice weather. I always carry my camera with me to capture the beach when the light is just right, take photos of my favorite meals or document my latest hike. When I get home, I upload my photos to Panoramio and position them on the map. Pictures uploaded to Panoramio can be featured in the “Photos” layer of Google Earth and Google Maps, which means that I can share my travel experiences with others and, in return, explore places around the world through the eyes of other photographers.

Starting today, you can share your passions through photographs more collaboratively with Panoramio Groups. This new feature lets you create a sub-community within Panoramio around a topic you’re passionate about, so you can easily engage with like-minded photographers and hobbyists.

Panoramio is an online community of people that share and explore photos of the world.

For example, in my trips around the world, I always take the time to enjoy the local cuisine, like Costa Brava’s arròs negre. So I created a group called “Food,” to give others a “taste” of that region and get a glimpse of what fellow foodies are feasting on. My fellow group members—and by all means I hope you’ll become one of them!—can add their own photos, browse others’ and get culinary and travel inspiration.

Panoramio Groups allow members to share photos and start discussions on a given topic.

To share your own interests and passions through photos, hop over to Panoramio and create your own group or join an existing one from the Groups Directory. You can show off your photos of your favorite restaurant, the most beautiful sunset you’ve seen, the latest lighthouse you’ve visited, or the cutest dog from each continent. Whatever it is, try starting a discussion about your favorite topics and share what matters to you with others.

Visit www.panoramio.com/groups to get started. We hope you enjoy this new addition to Panoramio—let us know what you think in the Panoramio Forum!


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Samsung has announced it will delay the Australian launch of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet until late September, waiting until a court verdict is reached on claims that the Korean vendor had copied the design and packaging of Apple’s iPhone and iPad products.

With an injunction placed upon sales of three Samsung smartphones in some European countries and a similar ruling made in Germany, banning the sale of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, Samsung has said it will delay the launch of its tablet device pending a decision in late September, lodging a cross claim through the Australian court in the next few days.

Samsung’s statement detailed its actions:

“Today, Samsung informed the Federal Court of Australia it intends to file a cross claim against Apple Australia and Apple Inc regarding the invalidity of the patents previously asserted by Apple and also a cross claim against Apple regarding violation of patents held by Samsung by selling its iPhones and iPads.”

The Australian launch of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was delayed earlier in the month following an agreement between Apple and Samsung, with sales expected to begin in the following weeks.

Samsung has been involved in legal battles in the USA, Europe and South Korea, as well as Australia, with Apple claiming that the Korean manufacturer has infringed its wireless patents.

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In June we launched the +1 button for websites, making it easier to recommend content across the web. In July, the +1 button crossed 2 billion daily views, and we also made it a lot faster. Today the +1 button appears on more than a million sites, with over 4 billion daily views, and we’re extremely excited about this momentum.

It’s just the beginning, however, and today we’re launching two more features that make +1 buttons more useful for users and publishers alike.

Sharing with your circles on Google+
Clicking the +1 button is a great way to highlight content for others when they search on Google. But sometimes you want to start a conversation right away—at least with certain groups of friends. So beginning today, we’re making it easy for Google+ users to share webpages with their circles, directly from the +1 button. Just +1 a page as usual and look for the new “Share on Google+” option. From there you can comment, choose a circle and share.

The new +1 button on Rotten Tomatoes

+Snippets
When you share content from the +1 button, you’ll notice that we automatically include a link, an image and a description in the sharebox. We call these “+snippets,” and they’re a great way to jumpstart conversations with the people you care about.

Of course: publishers can benefit from +snippets as well. With just a few changes to their webpages, publishers can actually customize their +snippets and encourage more sharing of their content on Google+. More details are available on the Google Webmaster blog.

We’re rolling out sharing and +snippets globally over the next week, but if you’d like to try the new +1 button now, you can join our Google+ Platform Preview. Once you’re part of the Preview, just visit a site with the +1 button (like Rotten Tomatoes) and +1 the page. Thanks for all of your feedback so far, and stay tuned for more features in the weeks and months ahead!


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Question by Ricoffany: I wanted to learn how to earn money by making a blog. Can anyone help me?
I am aware that a lot of people earn money just by creating a blog site. I’m so interested to create a blog not only to share my thoughts but also to earn extra cash, but I don’t know how to do that. Is there any tutorials/website references that could help me? Is there a site that offers free blog hosting? And how can a blog site earn money? I need to learn the ins and outs of Professional Blogging.

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Answer by Sumithra
Starting with blogs is a great idea. There are so many blogs that you can sign up for free including yahoo, google, etc. Just go through the link below. It clearly explains how to go about creating your own blog in yahoo:

http://personalweb.about.com/od/yahoo360/ss/yahoo360blog.htm

If you wish to create a free blog through google, click here:

https://www.blogger.com/start

Once, your blog is ready, there are ways that you can start making money. Here is one of the articles that I had written on the topic.

http://freeemarketingtips.blogspot.com/2009/09/ad-sense-can-google-pay-you-millions.html

It should give you a clear idea on how to get started. Good luck.

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