Wednesday, June 29, 2011

+ Google wants to compete with Facebook

The battle against Google Facebook takes a turn more fierce. World number one search engine, revealed, Tuesday, June 28, the contours of its future social network, an area that has always failed to take hold. + Google baptized, it will serve primarily to compete with Facebook. But with Google +, the search engine announced that it will readily be distinguished from its rival by emphasizing the confidentiality of data posted by other users.

Cisco adds itself to tablets

Cisco, the giant video network infrastructure and hopes to win over companies with Cius its seven-inch tablet. The Californian company is committed to a device whose sale begins in early July but not distributed until the end of the month.

Cisco Cius not anchored to any operator arrives, and offers both Wi-Fi and 3G. What sets this tablet from its competitors is the integration that makes the business environment.

Specific Media is done with MySpace

MySpace, the social platform on the Internet pioneer, has a new owner. This is the Specific Media company specializing in online advertising, which just closed a deal to buy News Corporation's dot-com for about $ 35 million. Is a peak compared to 580 million dollars (about 437 today) that the media giant paid by the firm for six years and not less than half of what they hoped to raise with the sale.

Microsoft patents a system to spy on Skype

Legal Intercept Microsoft has patented a technology that allows you to intercept and monitor a legal way voice and video calls to Skype, a service acquired in May. The technology is intended to expand the possibilities for monitoring and recording conversations online criminal.

As reported in PC World, Microsoft describes it as a tool similar to telecommunications companies that used to meet government requirements for safety. Skype goes this way to enter the CALEA-Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act, which makes business communication technologies can be controlled, provided for security and status.

MySpace is expected to cost only $ 20 million

Rupert Murdoch's News Corp is serious: When has still found no buyers for MySpace, the price of the network was up times reduced by more than half. Now there is no buyer, it could mean the end. New York - Rupert Murdoch sold off MySpace, so we have it reported in April. . Murdoch's companies, the media conglomerate News Corp., wanted to sell two months ago, the formerly popular social network for about $ 100 million.

Microsoft is launching a Web version of its Office suite complete

Microsoft released on Tuesday, a full Web version of its Office 2010 suite for businesses, including a product aimed at combating the presence of Google's online services for SMEs. Office suite, which includes office software (spreadsheet, PowerPoint, Word processing ...) is one of the best-selling software - and most profitable - Microsoft.

Microsoft offers companies subscribe to different offers, including more or less dematerialized services and software. The company claims that this system will enable companies to achieve economies of subtantielles maintenance costs.

New attempt to Google for social network

Google makes another attempt to compete with Facebook in the field of social network. Now Google has presented Google + at the moment for a few users and accessed by invitation. The idea is that the internet can create social circles and manage the relationship with their friends as well as providing tools to enhance these contacts. In the blog company the proposal has been explained in detail.