ICQ has released version 7 of its messenger client for Windows. The combination of Instant Messaging and Social Networking results in “Social Messaging,” ICQ stated.
Cloud Computing is everywhere these days. Microsoft has launched Windows Azure, Chrome OS also focuses on your data in the web. But what is it all about? What possibilities and disadvantages does cloud computing have? Finally: Who can or should use it?
Yesterday I presented Opera Unite to you, an add-on in the latest Opera 10 builds enabling you to use your web browser as server. After my post, I received some opinions about Opera Unite. Let me quote one of these statements, a quite hard conclusion: I might be wrong, but
Flock, the “social Web browser”, has been updated to 2.5 (download Flock 2.5). This version adds support for Facebook Chat right in the browser: you will see the chat toolbar on any website you are currently browsing, as long as you are signed in at Facebook in the background. The
This time I spoke with a member of the Windows Live Community about his thoughts and ideas. Many of you might know Jonathan Kay as a helpful Messenger expert. mynetx: Nice to see you! Windows Live and You—that includes some personal questions as well. You could start with describing yourself
As you see already in my previous posts, Windows Live Wave 3 is rolling out. Now we get the official announcement that it happens… Today we’ve started releasing the first set of updates to our web services, and these will continue to roll out globally over the next 24 hours
Microsoft has announced details on the future, the new, Windows Live, and I am bringing them to you like I promised. Over the coming weeks, the next generation of Windows Live will become available at www.windowslive.com. The new Windows Live experience is enhanced by Microsoft partners with feeds from third-party