Google Maps is probably the application most updated search engine company, at least in terms of its Android version, which has just appeared in the version 5.3.
The main novelty lies in upgrading the ability to view a history of our locations over time and can set the point as 'home', your home or starting point.
If you have an active Google Latitude, you know you can take a look at your history on a personal website enabled for the occasion, you can now do so from the mobile phone through the 'View location history'.
Essay is a popular text editing application for iPad which competes directly with Pages, the Apple application. Essay this week received a major update that brings the availability of the iPhone application.
The advantage, and in turn disadvantage, Essay is that it uses to process HTML text, which is very light and fluid to work on the iPhone and allows you to link your documents as if it were a wiki, but in turn has disadvantage that the text should be saved outside the application started in TXT or HTML to be able to open Essay.
'Crysis 2', probably one of the most anticipated video games and hype of recent times. PC gamers dreamed of the new monster that was about to take their racing machines to the limit. On the other hand, the advent of game consoles like the XBox 360 and PS3 raised great expectations. 'Crysis 2' has met all expectations.
When a game intended to get into the middle of an alien invasion is essential that all elements are tightly tied to the illusion lived, the feeling of actually being there, does not break at any time. In this sense 'Crysis 2' does its job excellently. Makes credible the fictitious reality of being in New York in full year 2023 with a handful of aliens destroying everything they touch all around us.
Mozilla has published a name and shame list of the Firefox's slowest add-ons. The list is just one part of Mozilla's new efforts to highlight slow add-ons, and to help developers make their add-ons more efficient.
Over the next two weeks, 'slow performance warnings' will be introduced in the add-on gallery so that users can see, before installation, which add-ons will slow down their browser. If that isn't enough to spur developers into cleaning up their add-ons, Mozilla has also begun reaching out to developers of slow add-ons with tips on how to improve add-on performance. Finally, add-on developers will soon have the ability to perform 'on-demand performance testing,' so that they can test their add-on before it's deployed publicly.
Twitter has made it easier to find and follow Twitter accounts based on our interests. Now, when you search for a topic, you can find relevant accounts to that particular subject. Just click on the 'people' section of the search results page or search from the 'Who to follow' page.
With this new approach will help you find the Best Twitter users with your interests. For example, if you are interested in Hip Hop, you would like to follow Hip Hop artists. So, searching for 'Hip Hop you will now surfaces accounts like @common and @questlove.
Whether you are, looking for new DIY projects or someone who likes to keep an eye out for a great travel deal, you will be able to quickly find and connect with useful account users. You can search for general topics, like funny or sports, or be more specific, try Manchester United, Nascar or Formula One.
The political crisis has been growing for months. A wave of demonstrations has broken out around the world. The pieces of information released through the mass media hardly reveals half of the seriousness of the situation.
In a secret session of the Central Geological UN Commission it is revealed that worldwide oil stocks have plummeted to dangerously low levels. If consumption remains at current levels, oil reserves will run out in about 10 to 15 years.
This proves too short for even the most highly industrialized countries to switch their economies over to alternative energy sources. Lack of oil leads to a total crash of the world economy, transportation systems, international banking systems and, finally, in a period of anarchy and chaos.
With an eye on the summer of 2011, HP has launched the Early Access Program for WebOS 3.0 platform, which is nothing more to give developers the opportunity to begin working with its development kit as a preliminary to its official release . Requirements are not severe, a record, a mail and we will have access.
In this way claim that the number of available applications is something honorable in his coming-out, since we can not speak for now as a consolidated system or a fledgling iOS with strong support as Android, in versions for tablets in As regards catalog.
WebOS 3.0 is the system that will equip the HP touchpad, the pillar on which HP plans to base its offer of Tablets, with the ambition to integrate the full range of Smartphones (HP Veer, HP Pre 3) with interesting ways to interact and transfer web address to put the phone on the touchpad.
The latest news from the Official PlayStation Magazine includes a statement by Yosuke Hayashi on Ninja Gaiden 3. Hayashi has begun to reveal some interesting details, such as the presence of a 'complex multiplayer mode' or the simultaneous release of both versions.
Also, Hayashi has ensured that this time we will see a much darker Ryu Hayabusa. As you know, the protagonist of the series has always been the joy of the garden, all the while telling jokes between shuriken and shuriken. It appears that Ninja Gaiden 3 will know more of their lives, their feelings and thoughts.
They say that they are trying to bring the violent concepts much further to make people realize what it feels like to kill someone and what is gutting someone. It is very important that people realize that violence is not just blood and gore.
It is a project that they call themselves the Spotify of reading books because they offer streaming, no download, no DRM, so they seek to move to the publishing market has created the model Spotify music.
Publishing initiatives to facilitate and encourage the use of the electronic book is no shortage. With little success backed by some of the publishing industry as Libranda, with very good results from others as is the case with Amazon. But so far the initiatives have been designed to maintain the current system copy and 24symbols seeks to change the paradigm of the value of the copy, and seeks to offer a good reading experience for users.
If you need to do a Google search on your iPhone or iPod touch it's now faster and easier when you use our redesigned Google Search app, formerly Google Mobile App. If you've been using Google Mobile App for a while, you'll notice that things look different.
First, you'll see that there are now more ways to interact with the app. When browsing through search results or looking at a webpage, you can swipe down to see the search bar or change your settings. For those who use other Google apps, there's an Apps button at the bottom of the screen for rapid access to the mobile versions of our products.
We also included a new toolbar that will make it easier for you to filter your results. You can open this toolbar by swiping from left to right either before you search or once you've got your results. If you only want images, just tap Images,and the results will update as shown: