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El conjunto de aplicaciones que hacen de tus amigos, los protagonistas.
Solo tienes que encender el teléfono para ver una secuencia continua de las fotos y publicaciones de tus amigos. No volverás a perderte nada gracias al acceso directo a las aplicaciones más importantes y a tus notificaciones. Además, podrás seguir charlando con tus amigos mientras uses otras aplicaciones.
Facebook Home te ofrece todo esto: no existe un teléfono, aplicación o sistema operativo igual.
Recibe las notificaciones donde las necesites
Las notificaciones sobre llamadas, eventos, actualizaciones de Facebook y de otras aplicaciones permanecen en la página de inicio hasta que ya no las necesites.¹ Las fotos del perfil y los iconos de las aplicaciones facilitan saber qué es cada cosa. Toca lo que quieras ver y arrastra con el dedo lo que no te interese.
¹En el celular HTC First se reciben todas las notificaciones. La descarga gratuita de Home incluye las notificaciones de Facebook.

¿Ya tienes un celular Android? Descarga Home gratis

Disfrutar de Facebook Home en el Android es facilísimo: solo tienes que descargar Messenger y las aplicaciones de Facebook. Pronto podrás descargar Facebook Home para Android en Google Play. Estará disponible para algunos dispositivos, como el HTC One X, HTC One X+, Samsung Galaxy S III y Samsung Galaxy Note II.
Descarga gratuita disponible a partir del 12 de abril.

Messi ya tiene su tipografía


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El tipo tiene su tipo. Se llama “Fenómeno” y fue creada por el diseñador Syahrul Salleh, quien dijo que está inspirada en la forma de jugar de Messi: “audaz y fluida, que con sus gambetas atraviesa las defensas como un cuchillo una manteca”.

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El Samsung Galaxy Note recibe Android 4.1 no oficial


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Samsung Galaxy Note

Desde la surcoreana Samsung todavía no han detallado cómo tienen pensado desplegar la actualización más reciente de Google entre sus teléfonos compatibles. Los Samsung Galaxy S2Samsung Galaxy S3 o Samsung Galaxy Note son algunos de los candidatos para subirse al carro de Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, aunque como decimos, no está claro con precisión cuando podríamos ver lo último del robot verde funcionando en los citados dispositivos —aunque hay pistas que señalan que este mes de agostocomenzaría el despliegue—. Pese a todo, gracias a CyanogenMod 10, ya es posible disfrutar de una versión no oficial de esta plataforma en el teléfono de amplia pantalla firmado por la firma surcoreana.

El funcionamiento de esta edición tan peculiar de Android 4.1 en el Samsung Galaxy Note va razonablemente fluida, según informan desde XDA Developers, donde puede conseguirse la ROM. No obstante, advierten de que algunas de las funciones de la plataforma no están operativas.

Samsung Galaxy Note Android 4.1

La radio FM, por ejemplo, es una de ellas. Pese a todo, las carencias que van parejas a la instalación de este sistema son mínimas. En cualquier caso, recuerda que la instalación de una plataforma de terceros por canales que no sean los oficiales de Google o de Samsung queda a tu entera responsabilidad, con lo que si decides hacer la operación, mejor que estudies bien cómo se realiza el proceso y hayas realizado una copia de seguridad de todos tus datos. Sigue leyendo

Why The Web Is Becoming Less Social | by jeffbullas.com


 

Written by  | jeffbullas.com

The web today is continuing to grow at an astonishing rate and it’s not just the humans that are becoming connected at accelerating rates but  ’things’.

This month non-human objects such as GPS devices and Broadband TV’s are coming online in greater numbers in the last 3 months with AT&T and Verizon than new human subscribers according to research analyst Chetan Sharma.Why The Web Is Becoming Less Social

So you thought social networking was the center of the web growth universe?

That laptop that is placed conveniently at arms length from your bed is not the the only connected device that is making an impact on the way we live, interact, work, socialize and play.

Even though our web social interaction has picked up at a fierce pace with Facebook, Twitter and You Tube being our most popular social media interaction channels of choice the ‘things’ we use are having micro chips attached and are being linked and networked via the internet into the world wide webs backbone and nervous system.

So what are some of the facts and figures and predictions that will impact our social web and how we will use the Internet over the next few years and decades.

  • The number of devices are that are connected to the Internet is expected to pass 5 billion later this month according to IMS research (this includes digital picture frames, cameras and ebook readers)
  • Predictions are that by 2020 that the number of  connected ‘things’ will surpass 22 billion
  • Currently over 1 billion computers worldwide are regularly connected to the internet
  • Internet connected phones have now passed 1 billion (exceeding the number of computers) and growing far more rapidly
  • By 2020 there is predicted to be 6 billion cell phones with most being connected to the net

This 5 minute video from IBM will give you some perspective on this fast growing world of the Internet of things. Sigue leyendo

AT&T Will Unlock Your Out-of-Contract iPhone Starting Sunday


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HTC estrena campaña global realizada en caída libre


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HTC estrena campaña global realizada en caída libre

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La marca de móviles HTC presume de ofrecer nuevas experiencias personales e tomar la inspiración directamente de la gente. Para demostrarlo y anunciar su gama de smartphones HTC One ha creado un spot publicitario junto a la agenciaMother.  En el spot un fotógrafo aficionado se ha encargado de realizar las fotografías de la campaña publicitaria mientras se lanzaba en paracaídas. Esta campaña que se engloba dentro de su estrategia global “Recomendado por” ha retado a los protagonistas a realizar una sesión de fotos en caída libre.

Agencia: Mother
Anunciante: HTC

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LinkedIn More Popular With Small Businesses, But Twitter Use Falls


Via Scoop.ithuman being in – perfección

While smaller businesses are slowly getting to grips with the different number of social media sites available, a new report shows that while more businesses are integrating social media into their business, other methods of communication and marketing are held in much higher regard for networking and marketing.

According to the 2012 AT&T Small Business Technology Poll, 39 per cent of small businesses rely on social media to promote their business but they place greater importance on their company website (63 per cent) and on word of mouth (79 per cent).
The poll, which surveyed more than 1,200 small businesses with two to 99 employees across the U.S., found that those with a presence on LinkedIn increased from 25 per cent in 2010 to 31 per cent in 2011, while those with a Facebook presence increased slightly from 41 per cent in 2010 to 44 per cent. However, Twitter is beginning to decrease in popularity with small businesses, but only slightly, with a drop of 1 per cent to 18 per cent for 2011.
An eye catching statistic involves the attitude of gender demographics towards social media. While male business owners are more likely to rely on their company website for marketing than female owners (65 per cent vs. 58 per cent), female owners are more likely to rely on social media for promotion (48 per cent vs. 34 per cent). This suggests that female owners are more interested (or comfortable) in talking with their fans and followers online, whereas male owners prefer their website to do the talking for them instead. Sigue leyendo

By Combing Social Media, LocalResponse Gets Down to Business


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Nihal Mehta has started several successful businesses. His most recent venture is LocalResponse, and it just may be something that turns traditional advertising and marketing on their head.

You are fed up with AT&T‘s customer service, so you change your Facebook status, tweet your displeasure or post in another social media forum to let others know just how you feel about AT&T. Seconds later, you receive a message, not from your friends, but from Verizon offering you $100, if you switch.

Think that sounds like something out of the future? Think again. That is an actual campaign being conducted by a new social advertising platform called LocalResponse.

“This is a relatively new phenomenon that people are raising their hand and saying, ‘I’m here,’” said Nihal Mehta, CEO and co-founder of LocalResponse. “They are broadcasting their location and what they are doing.” Mehta said his company analyzes that data and helps marketers respond with relevant offers. Sigue leyendo

Apple Sells 3 Million New iPads in First Weekend


By BRIAN X. CHEN
 http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/

Apple said on Monday that it had already sold more than three million new iPads during the product’s first weekend on the market, including preorders. That’s triple the number of iPad 2 tablets that analysts

iPad 2 wordmark, by Apple Inc.estimated the company sold during that product’s opening weekend last year, though the company did not take advance orders for the iPad 2. Sigue leyendo

Which Smartphone Apps are the Biggest Data Hogs?


Which classes of apps eat the most data? Which single apps in each category are the least data-efficient? We tested various popular Android apps to find out.

Are you aware of how much data your smartphone’s apps are using up? Android phones are averaging about 583 megabytes (MB) of data usage monthly, according to 2011 stats from Nielson.

Some apps are far worse than others when it comes to data usage, and it’s important to know which ones are the hogs, especially for those on limited or low-end data plans.

And limited or capped data plans appear to be the wave of the future. For instance, AT&T offers tiered plans ranging from 300MB to 3 gigabytes (GB) per month. When you exceed your monthly allotment of data, your carrier either throttles down your speed or hits you with expensive overage charges.

We tested the data usage of popular apps in six different categories to find out which are easiest and hardest on data. If one of your go-to apps is a data hog, you may be able to find a similar app that does the same things but uses less data.

We tested the apps using a Droid Razr phone running on Verizon’s 4G LTE network, and used theMy Data Manager and Onavo apps to measure the data being used. Sigue leyendo

¿Cómo conviene pagar desde el celular?


Esta semana Google retiró del mercado su servicio de Google Wallet después de encontrar fallas en su sistema de Near Field Communication (o comunicación de campo cercano, en castellano). Algunos dicen que la solución podría estar en los servicios de tecnología en la nube.

Google 的貼牌冰箱(Google refrigerator)

¿Apple o Mac? ¿Coca-Cola o Pepsi? ¿Tecnología NFC o en la nube? Esa parece ser la última controversia en el mundo de la tecnología. Después de que Google anunciase esta semana la interrupción de su servicio Google Wallet para pagar productos con un teléfono inteligente vía NFC, algunos dicen que la respuesta a los problemas de seguridad estaría en la tecnología en la nube que usan empresas como PayPal para pagar productos online.
No hay que confundirse. La tecnología en la nube está de moda pero expertos como Lana Albert, de Globys, dicen que no hay que dar por muerta a la tecnología NFC. Algunos de los gigantes de la industria móvil todavía apuestan al pago mediante este servicio aunque, aclara Albert, la controversia se definirá cuando Apple decida si usará o no un chip NFC. Sigue leyendo

Samsung Galaxy Note: Does the World Really Need a 5-Inch Phone With a Stylus?


 


The Galaxy Note has a 5.3-inch screen, making it almost tablet size. Photo: Jim Merithew/Wired.com

 

The Samsung Galaxy Note is a beast of a phone.

The Note’s gigantic 5.3-inch, Super AMOLED display makes it the largest “smartphone” we’ve seen so far. It’s practically a mini-tablet. In fact, a 5-inch touchscreen device, the Dell Streak, was marketed as a tablet in June 2010. But the Note is even larger. And it’s a smartphone.

We played with the Note at CES, but when Samsung announced Monday that the phone — er, tablet… er, tabphone — will be landing in AT&T stores Feb. 19 for $300, the device suddenly became a lot more real to us, and deserving of closer scrutiny. Its size notwithstanding, the Note is also interesting because it comes with a super-sensitive stylus Samsung has dubbed the “S pen.”

When you handle such a large smartphone, you can’t help but wonder if anyone actually needs something this size. After all, even a 4.5-inch screen (like on the Samsung Galaxy S II) is plenty large (perhaps too large) for most everyone’s smartphone needs. Bumping it up a notch, a 4.7-inch screen, coming soon in the HTC Titan II, seems almost ludicrously large. So what’s the deal?

The transition to ever larger smartphone displays is a natural byproduct of humankind’s embrace of the mobile lifestyle, DisplaySearch analyst Richard Shim says. Now that more and more people depend on accessing information, videos and websites on the go, we’re discovering that larger screen sizes enhance that experience. Samsung is a leading member of this trend. Sigue leyendo

2011′s breakout terms in Mobile Media predict the year to come in phones, tablets


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by Damon Kiesow

http://www.poynter.org

This Mobile Media blog turned a year old on Jan. 21, 2010. It started with a write-up of a blog post by Chip Oglesby: “Newspapers need to connect their content to smart devices, location awareness.” More than 1,000 other updates followed.

Typically, such an anniversary could call for a list of the most popular stories from the last year, as well as a cogent analysis of the state of the industry. But I did those just before the new year:

So instead, let’s look back and forward, with the help of a Wordle tag cloud of the headlines of the last year:

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2010 Reliability and Service Survey: Smartphone and Wireless Providers


Apple’s iPhone and Verizon‘s wireless service are the favorites of respondents in this year’s survey.

By Jeff Bertolucci, PCWorld

R&S 2010 Survey Results
R&S 2010 Survey Results

Apple fans love the iPhone, but they’re not particularly thrilled with AT&T, which at press time was the exclusive iPhone carrier in the United States. Readers rate AT&T last in voice call quality and data speed, while Verizon Wireless is the overall favorite.

John Moncure, an iPhone 3G owner in South Carolina, says AT&T’s 3G service is unreliable where he lives. “Sometimes walking from one side of the house to the other–and I live right downtown in the county seat–I lose connectivity,” says Moncure, headmaster of a Montessori school in Camden, a small town of 7000 people.

“I like the iPhone, it’s a good machine. If it were available with all the providers, I would pick the provider that gave me the best service–and I don’t think that’s AT&T, not out here,” he adds.

Research In Motion (RIM) should take note that BlackBerry users aren’t a happy lot either. RIM’s widely used smartphone received below-average grades in nearly every reliability and usability category, although BlackBerrys arrive with few out-of-the-box problems. Nearly 1 in 3 BlackBerry users report at least one significant problem with their phone, compared with roughly 1 in 5 Motorola handset users.

RIM has another serious issue to contend with: Younger consumers in their twenties tend to favor phones from Apple, HTC, and vendors that use Google’s Android mobile operating system, according to a recent Yankee Group study. RIM’s demographic skews a little higher–in the 30-plus range–mostly because a BlackBerry “tends to be used a lot in work environments,” says Yankee Group mobile analyst Carl Howe.

T-Mobile deserves kudos for its customer support. While the fourth-place wireless carrier’s overall service rating is very close to its competitors’ scores, the company excels in phone support, readers report. T-Mobile’s average hold time is 4.6 minutes–significantly lower than the others, which have times ranging from 5.2 minutes (AT&T) to 6.1 minutes (Verizon).

And 84 percent of T-Mobile customers report that they’re satisfied with the voice call reliability of the carrier’s network, second only to Verizon’s 86.7 percent. (AT&T was a distant fourth with 72.8 percent, no doubt an indication of the dropped-call problems many iPhone users have reported.)

We should also note that Motorola takes the honors in phone reliability.

After reading this article, you may want to jump to PCWorld’s Facebook page, where readers can add their own stories of product reliability and vendor service.

The four charts below summarize our survey’s findings on smartphone reliability by brand, wireless carriers’ customer service, smartphone ease of use by brand, and satisfaction with wireless network service. For more on the measures used in the charts and the survey methodology, see “The Tech Brands You Can Trust .”

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Teens Deliver Word of Mouth


- Mark Dolliver, Adweek
Anyone who has tried to shut a teenager up will be unsurprised to learn that teens produce a disproportionate amount of “word of mouth” about products and services. A recent report from Keller Fay Group has the numbers to document this phenomenon.

Based on data collected during a one-year period (July 2009 through June 2010), the report says teens “engage in a significantly higher level of word of mouth about all categories than the total public.” For instance, 78 percent of 13-17-year-olds, vs. 57 percent of the general public, engaged in word of mouth about “media & entertainment” brands during that period; 67 percent of 13-17s, vs. 39 percent of the public in general, talked about “technology” products. Sigue leyendo

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