GMail Mobile 2.0

31 10 2008

Google ha rilasciato l’attesa versione 2.0 di Gmail mobile. Gli sviluppatori dell’azienda di Mountain View si sono concentrati soprattutto sull’implementazione del client software per migliorare le performance velocistiche. Insomma, l’obiettivo era quello di incrementare l’efficienza, l’usabilità e rendere lo scrolling a display più fluido.

Gmail mobile 2.0 è compatibile con tutti gli smartphone BlackBerry e i cellulari con supporto J2ME – praticamente la maggior parte. Da rilevare soprattutto l’attivazione della gestione multipla degli account Gmail e Google Apps, l’archiviazione delle bozze e-mail, le scorciatoie per le tastiere QWERTY, la possibilità di digitare e leggere le e-mail anche senza segnale.

Gmail mobile 2.0 è disponibile in 35 lingue, ma non tutte le nuove funzioni sono compatibili con tutti i terminali mobili presenti sul mercato. Per scaricare la nuova versione di Gmail è sufficiente accedere via cellulare a m.google.com/mail.

Fonte | Tom’s HW





Flock 2.0 con MySpace !

16 10 2008

Ne parlavo giusto ieri ed ecco che Flock rilascia la versione ufficiale di Flock 2.0 ed aggiunge anche MySpace

http://www.flock.com/node/64027





Flock è lo strumento ideale per Facebook (ma non solo)

15 10 2008
FLOCK

FLOCK

L’esplosione di Facebook in Italia è in pieno svolgimento !

Ce ne stiamo accorgendo, noi iscritti della prima ora, dalla quantità giornaliera di richieste di amicizia da gente che non pensavi nemmeno sapesse accendere un pc.

A questi ultimi miei amici, il mio consiglio spassionato è di usare Flock

Flock, come ho già detto, è un browser (un programma per navigare su internet !) derivato da Mozilla Firefox da cui mutua velocità, sicurezza, la navigazione a tab (più schede in una sola finestra), e le estensioni, cui sono stati aggiunti strumenti e migliorie per migliorare l’esperienza coi cosiddetti social network

Vi basterà scaricare questa versione, standalone/portatile, estraetene il contenuto e clicckate sull’icona azzurrina di Flock

Prima di tutto installate due estensioni indispensabili come AdBlock Plus e il suo Filterset.g Updater così da adesso in poi navigherete senza pubblicità, poi andate su Facebook, vi loggate e vedrete comparire una barra arancione che vi chiederà se volete che Flock memorizzi il vostro account su FB; rispondete ovviamente di sì e adesso a destra cliccate sull’icona che ho cerchiato in rosso qui sotto

e vedrete comparire i vostri Amici in quella barra laterale.

Da li potrete avere sott’occhio tutto: status, media aggiunti, inviare un messaggio, uploadare foto…etc etc etc

Oltre a Facebook, con Flock potete tenere d’occhio anche

e tanti altri…

Il fatto che sia standalone vi permette di tenerlo su una penna usb e portarlo sempre con voi..





Kaspersky Internet Security 7 gratis x un anno ! (again)

11 06 2008
  1. Andare in questa pagina;
  2. Cliccare su “Kaspersky Barclays offer page”;
  3. Compilare il modulo. Nel campo “Online Banking membership number” inserire un numero composto da 12 cifre che inizi con 2010 e.g 201012345678
  4. Cliccare su Next;
  5. Riceverete un email con subject “Register with Kaspersky”;
  6. Cliccare sul link in essa contenuto x l’attivazione;
  7. Cliccare su Next;
  8. Scaricare il software da quella pagina (cliccando su “download the software”);
  9. Installare e registrare con il codice ottenuto da una seconda email che Kaspersky vi inviera'(una mail che ha come oggetto “Your Kaspersky Activation Code and download instructions”)

Posso dire che l’ho registrato con una disposable mail e funziona benissimo…





Flock 1.2.1

2 06 2008

Flock 1.2.1 Release Notes and Known Issues

Flock 1.2 delivers a more personal experience of the web, where its users are in control and more connected to what’s important to them. By automatically managing updates and media from popular social services such as Facebook, Digg, Flickr, AOL Webmail, Yahoo! Mail, Gmail, YouTube, Pownce and Twitter, Flock makes sharing with friends and services drag-and-drop easy.

These Release Notes contain information about what’s new in this release as well as known issues that we’d like you to be aware of.

What’s New

New Features in 1.2

  • Digg has been integrated as a people service.
  • AOL Webmail has been added as webmail service.
  • Pownce has been added as a people service.
  • Several performance and stability enhancements have been implemented and several memory leaks have been fixed.

Known Issues

General Issues

  • Several Firefox extensions are known to be incompatible with Flock’s toolbar causing icons to be misplaced or missing.
  • Several plugins such as Macromedia’s Shockwave are not installed in a place where Flock can find them.
  • If Flock is uninstalled from a Vista machine, IE is not correctly set as the new default browser.

Import and Migration Issues

  • Importing after the initial installation will cause the people sidebar and the media to not show the correct content until after the Flock is restarted.
  • The January 2008 Vista upgrade can cause the import wizard to fail to launch during install. To import Preferences, Bookmars, History, Passwords and other data, please select “Import…” from the File menu.
  • Users that import bookmarks from FireFox may see extra seperators in the Favorites Manager.
  • Photos dragged to the uploader but not yet uploaded will not migrate when updating Flock.
  • The Yahoo! toolbar will not be imported from FireFox on the Mac Platform.

People Issues

  • Non-ASCII characters are not displayed correctly in Pownce.
  • The Digg Man flyout may appear in the wrong place.
  • Digg friends’ last dugg status will be cleared if the dugg article is older than 7 days.
  • If a story has only one Digg, the number (1) is not displayed in the Digg friend card.
  • Digging a page with multiple iframes may confuse the Diggman.
  • When a user logs into Digg or Pownce from the Accounts & Services sidebar, the green status light is missing.
  • Flock has been tested for Facebook users with up to two thousand friends. Beyond a thousand friends, unforeseen challenges may exist. Closing the People sidebar may return your surfing speed to normal. If you are incredibly popular with more than 2000 friends, we would love to hear about how the People sidebar is working for you. Please send your feedback to popularitycontest at flock.com.
  • Facebook friends will occasionally not show up in the people sidebar. To fix this problem, open the Accounts and Services sidebar (click on the key symbol) and find your Facebook account in the topmost field. Click on “Forget Account.” Then log back into Facebook, and your friends should appear in the people sidebar.
  • Facebook friends’ avatars sometimes show a black icon.
  • Clearing your Twitter status causes an alert to show up indicating “An Error Updating Your Status”. Twitter does not allow an empty status message.
  • Logging out of Twitter from Twitter’s web site doesn’t log Flock out from Twitter. The only way to really log out of Twitter is to forget the Twitter account from the Accounts & Services sidebar.

Webmail Issues

  • If AOL Webmail auto signoff is activated and after AOL has signed off from the website, checking for email via Flock will result in an AOL error message.
  • In AOL Webmail the Flock sharing breadcrumb will be below the users signatrue if it exists.
  • Two breadcrumbs may appear in the gmail compose window if you drag-n-drop an image onto the window before compose email’s breadcumb renders.
  • Yahoo! Mail may not work correctly with all sbcglobal.net accounts.
  • Yahoo! Mail Classic does not interpret unicode characters correctly. Users of Yahoo! Mail Classic will see “???????” in the webmail flyout.

Media, Mediabar and Uploader Issues

  • When tagging Facebook photos in the Photo Uploader, all tags are removed after deleting one of them.
  • When adding tags to Facebook photos in the Photo Uploader, double clicking on the picture will duplicate the the entries in the tag list.
  • When creating a Picasa account using Flock, the initial Mediabar message indicates an error. This error will go away after clicking on Picasa’s terms & services and then reloading the Mediabar.
  • Uploading a small, rotated photo to Facebook can cause Flock to display an error.
  • If the Photo Uploader is interrupted during the upload process, a “There was an invalid response from server” error is displayed.
  • Drag’n Dropping a non supported file onto the Photo Uploader on Mac 10.5 causes and error dialog that cannot be dismissed to appear.
  • The Media Magic bar does not show up when mousing over a Picasa video.
  • Drag’n Dropping a Picasa picture from the Mediabar or My World to the “Post Link” button in the people sidebar when showing Facebook people causes a Facebook error: “You are using a browser that is not fully supported.”
  • Some valid Flickr accounts are not discoverable through the media search bar.
  • Picasa private photos are still viewable even after a user has logged out.
  • Due to a Picasa limitation, photos larger than 20MB or 16,000 pixels cannot be uploaded.
  • While logged into Picasa, search based streams will not show owner’s private photos.
  • Scrolling too fast through Picasa photos in the media bar can cause the error: “There was an error in the servie to prevent your request.”
  • Uploading photos with two capital cyrillic characters to Picasa causes Flock to throw an error and stops the upload from proceeding.
  • When rearranging thumbnails in the Photo Uploader they can not be placed at the end of the stream.
  • Whene deleting all photos from an account My World will continue continue to show photos from that account.
  • Non english characters entered in the Photo Uploader are not displayed correctly in Picasa.
  • When uploading to any media service, immediately afterwards, the user account’s name will not be visible at the top of the Media Stream dropdown.
  • When uploading to Facebook, if no album is specified, the photo will be uploaded to a default album for the application, which will be created if necessary. Regular albums have a size limit of 60 photos. Default application albums have a size limit of 1000 photos.
  • When uploading photos to Piczo, photos uploaded to the “New Pictures” album will not appear in the media bar. They will, however, be visible from Piczo’s website.
  • Flock is unable to upload files with the “.jpeg” extension to Piczo.
  • We have seen occurances where Flock cannot upload to Piczo because subalbums cannot be retrieved.
  • Drag and dropping a photo from your desktop to the blog editor will not work if the photo is being uploaded to Piczo.
  • Accessing own private Photobucket photos when not logged in to Photobucket does not bring you to the Photobucket login page.
  • Some Truveo search terms cause Flock to return the error: “You appear to have lost your internet connection”.

Favoriting Issues

  • Adding a favorite to a folder will also add the favorite at the top level.
  • Flock will not auto discover your account when logging into Ma.gnolia using your Facebook account ID.
  • If your computer’s clock is too slow or fast, you may experience errors when publishing your favorites to Del.icio.us or Ma.gnolia.
  • Drag’n Dropping online favorites to local favorites does not sync the online favorite locally.
  • After restoring default chrome settings the Favorites icon does not work until after the browser is restarted.
  • Dragging a feed to the Favorite’s toolbar will result in a broken feed.

Blogging Issues

  • Depending on your blog service, Drag and drop video may not work as expected. Services that do work are Blogger and Xanga. WordPress will show a link. Services that don’t work include Typepad and Live Journal.
  • If you are a Xanga blogger, please log in from the the Accounts & Services sidebar. There is currently an issue when logging in from the blog editor, you won’t be able to publish your post.
  • Replacing a Blogsome blog entry does not work correctly.
  • Replacing a self-hosted WordPress blog entry does not work correctly.

Other Issues

  • When using Hotmail in plain text, dragging a picture from the media bar the email recipient will receive blank content.
  • Flock does not prompt the user with a “Remember Account” notification bar when logging in to a related Google service such as Picasa and Blogger using a Googlemail.com account.
  • Drag’n Dropping nested folders in the Web Clipboard does not work correctly.
  • Selection of a single entry in the Web Clipboard does not getting high lighted correctly.
  • Cannot delete a clipping from the Web Clipboard if it is nested in a folder. The clipping must be moved out of the folder first.
  • Due to the mime type set by Picassa, when clicking on a shared Picasa URL a dialog box opens to save or open the photo.
  • The subject field will be blank when Drag-n-Dropping a Picasa photo onto a YouTube compose message.

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Flock aggiornato a 1.1.4 / Versione 1.2 in arrivo (Digg la novita’)

15 05 2008

Hey Flockstars,

Late last night we discovered that Facebook had changed some of their code and thus broke the Facebook integration in the People sidebar. We have fixed this bug and released Flock 1.1.4 to http://www.flock.com. Auto-updates will go out later tonight. You can get the details here: http://flock.com/node/62101 Thanks for your patience!

In happier news, Flock 1.2 is coming soon! Check out what is coming up in Flock and give us a Digg: http://digg.com/software/Flock_social_web_browser_adds_Digg_Pownce_and_AOL_Mail

We also won a Webby last week, so it’s been quite an exciting month so far! Stay tuned…things will only get more exciting as we roll the 1.2 public beta out to you!

Evan Hamilton
Flock Community Ambassador
evan at flock dot com

Se ancora non conoscete Flock leggete qua e SVEGLIATEVI !!





Flock 1.1.3 Eco-Edition – (la usa Guy Kawasaki !!!)

23 04 2008

Sono abbonato ai feed del Blog di Guy Kawasaki – How to change the world e oggi scopro che anche lui usa Flock come browser di default ! E che con l’uscita della Eco-Edition si puo’ anche fare del bene alla Terra e a noi stessi..

Pertanto correte a scaricare la nuova versione di Flock  !

Flock 1.1.3 (Windows Eco-Edition)

Flock 1.1.3 (Windows Standalone)

Flock 1.1.3 (Linux)

Flock 1.1.3 (Mac OS)

Per chi non conoscesse Guy Kawasaki ecco qui il suo Visual CV. ( Software Evangelist mi fa impazzire..)





Peer2Mail 1.61

2 01 2008

Peer2Mail is the first storage space, you can use P2M to store files on it. Web-mail providers such as Gmail (Google Mail), Walla!, Yahoo and more, provide storage space that ranges from 100MB to 3GB.
P2M splits the file you want to share/store zips and encrypts it. P2M then sends the file segments one by one to your account. Once P2M uploaded all file segments, you can download them and use P2M to merge the segments back to the original file.
Peer2Mail is 100% FREE.

http://www.peer2mail.com/download.html

Sembra interessante





Yahoo! ancora troppo distante per Gmail

28 12 2007

Email remains one of the most popular of online services. Companies such as Yahoo, AOL and Microsoft have offered free online email since the earliest days of the internet. Google was late the party, launching Gmail in April 2004. Where as Google has come to dominate many of the verticals it enters, email hasn’t been one of them. This Christmas many more people will be using Yahoo! Mail to send Christmas well wishes than will be using Gmail.

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Statistically this is where tracking online email popularity becomes difficult. This year Microsoft has launched Windows Live Hotmail with users logging in via its various “Live” properties, making it difficult to place exactly how many users were logging in and using Live and Hotmail email addresses. In April comScore placed Hotmail at 47 million unique visitors. No figures were available from comScore on Live.com traffic (which includes search and related traffic as well) or Windows Live Mail, although sites such as Live.fr hit 154,000 uniques in November and Live.de did 1.39 million. AOL remains a fairly popular choice for email as well, with comScore reporting 42.3 million uniques in April.

There are still no shortage of Gmail fans out there, but at its current growth rate Google wont be catching Yahoo! Mail until 2010. Yahoo showed 3.21% growth for the 12 months to November 2007 compared with Gmail’s 53.60%

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FreePOPs 0.2.6

19 11 2007

FreePops 0.2.6

FreePops è un software che è in grado di scaricare la posta dalle più famose webmail. Questo software può essere utile in quanto e’ in grado, navigando al posto dell’utente nei siti in questione, di rendere le email disponibili direttamente al client di posta elettronica preferito. (Outlook Express e tutti gli altri). Il sito del produttore offre inoltre un dettagliato tutorial di configurazione con tutte le istruzioni da seguire passo a passo.

Queste le novità:
Added monitoring support trough the monitor.lua plugin and the –statistics-* switches. This allows to monitor a running FreePOPs daemon, reading informations like the number of requests successfully satisfied.
Improved the popforward plugin and added a manual page describing how to use it to realize a cheap load balancing mecanism.
Integrated all patches on the 0.2.5 core. Thanks to russell822, cdmack, nvhs and all the others who contributed!
Many minor fixes in the core, both in the C code and in some lua files.
OpenWrt packages ported to kamikaze 7.09, updated urls in the download section.

Per chi usa Thunderbird invece basta installare l’estensione WebMail

Fonte: Wintricks.it








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