Pepsi introduces the Social Vending machine

Pepsi connects to social media via Social Vending machine, a device through which you can send beverage gifts (from Pepsi, obviously) to friends. Equipped with touch-screen interface, the Social Vending machine allows you to buy, gift or redeem a drink, or connect to the Pepsi Refresh Project. By choosing the “gift” option, you are required to choose a drink and input your friend’s phone number, along with an optional video message. They will receive your message with an attached code which permits them to “redeem the gift” at another Social…

The Dangers of Social Networking: “Facebook Depression”

Most of us spend time on social networks, like Facebook or Twitter. While our maturity stop us (or a part of us) from crossing a line, teens are in danger of falling into a depression. Teens spend so much time online that they lose all contact with reality. Do you need proof on that? Have you noticed they don’t meet their friends for coffee? They just… “hang out” online. They share their most personal experiences with the entire world, hoping that they will gain some sort of trusted community to…

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12 Happy Years for Google

The American company Google is celebrating 12 years since it have made easier the search on Internet and it is offering a big and nice cake. The company was registered on September 4, 1998, the first technical specification was on September 20, 1998, but Google like to celebrate on September 27 (maybe their lucky number). This year, Google is celebrating with a cake designed by the American painter Wayne Thiebaud. Now we have to wait for more surprises and to wish Google: Many more years! 🙂

Google search engine was closed in China

After many months of thinking, Google decided to leave China. We all know that the Google Search Engine censored searches from China, but now it decided to stop its working there, so, the Chinese that wants to search on Google will be redirected to Hong Kong server. Google announced its decision to renounce the censure and to redirect its searching trough, because of latest hackings (at the beginning of 2010), and for those the Chinese Government was accused.

After AVATAR, James Cameron is preparing for 3D TITANIC

Rightly, James Cameron is confident that can be made much money from 3D cinema. Avatar was just the beginning. Canadian director and producer of 3D films will continue with a remake. We don’t speak about any movie; we speak about the Titanic from 1997. James Cameron is preparing for 3D TITANIC Why James Cameron chose to continue mishap 3D Titanic instead of a new movie, he is the only one that can tell. Probably he didn’t found a better idea, for a film that has a greater impact in 3D.…

Google and Facebook Sued for Social-Networking Patent

Google and Facebook have been sued by a data company from New York for infringement of a patent that allows users to participate in social networks on mobile phones. Google and Facebook Sued for Social-Networking Patent Wireless Ink Corp. has Winksite site service and told that both Facebook and Google Mobile Buzz use a patent issued in October 2009. In a complaint submitted to a court in Manhattan, company wants to get compensation and a court order preventing use of the services offered by the two companies charged.

Yahoo turns to mobile web share

Yahoo is changing its approach to the mobile segment of the web, putting mobile division, in reorganization. Yahoo turns to mobile web share Thus, the employees of rival Google from mobile section will be distributed in other parts of the company, integrating elements of mobile web in them. The move is due to Management’s Carol Bartz, who decided to make some changes to Yahoo to make the brand competitive again.