Dinerotaxi.com – Manuel Torino @manutorino


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Dos amigos crearon una app para que conseguir un vehículo no sea una odisea.

 “¡Taxi!” El clásico grito a mano levantada en las calles porteñas corre riesgo de entrar en la lista de costumbres argentinas en desuso por la irrupción de las nuevas tecnologías. A la proliferación de servicios de radio-llamada, ahora, aparecen nuevas formas de pedir un taxi en Buenos Aires. Conocedor de la idiosincrasia del mundo negro y amarillo por ser tercera generación de una familia vinculada al negocio de los taxis, Matías Biglieri (28) creó, junto a Federico Scaduto (28), Dinerotaxi.com, una aplicación para smartphones a la que presentan como “la evolución del sistema de radio taxi”.

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“Sólo se necesita bajar la aplicación para que, de manera rápida y segura, enviemos el taxi al lugar donde uno está. A través de un celular o smartphone, localizamos la ubicación del usuario y le mandamos el taxi más cercano”, explican los emprendedores, ambos, expertos en sistemas y desarrollo de software, que se conocieron trabajando en Telecom. “Es fácil: en dos clicks, uno tiene un auto esperándolo. Y, además, le mandamos la información del chofer y del móvil”, agregan.

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¡Taxi! Matías Biglieri, uno de los emprendedores detrás de la app.

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Twitter currently not integrated with Windows Phone 7; 3rd parties to the rescue?

Back a few months ago, when Windows Phone 7 was first announced, there was talk about how there won’t be a separate, native Twitter application when launched. Instead, Microsoft talked-up their Live services which could access and pull down your Twitter feed for you.

Sure, it wasn’t a direct route but if you use Live, you had a one-punch solution to social integration on WP7.

Now we’re getting word that’s just not the case as Twitter as changed their Terms of Service back in June (which explains why it was missing as of late) and have blocked companies like Microsoft from accessing via that method. To be clear, Microsoft is working with Twitter to come to a solution, but it seems Twitter has Redmond by the Rocky Mountain Oysters on this one and since the end of June, it hasn’t be restored.


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Back a few months ago, when Windows Phone 7 was first announced, there was talk about how there won’t be a separate, native Twitter application when launched. Instead, Microsoft talked-up their Live services which could access and pull down your Twitter feed for you.

Sure, it wasn’t a direct route but if you use Live, you had a one-punch solution to social integration on WP7.

Now we’re getting word that’s just not the case as Twitter as changed their Terms of Service back in June (which explains why it was missing as of late) and have blocked companies like Microsoft from accessing via that method. To be clear, Microsoft is working with Twitter to come to a solution, but it seems Twitter has Redmond by the Rocky Mountain Oysters on this one and since the end of June, it hasn’t be restored. Leer más “Twitter currently not integrated with Windows Phone 7; 3rd parties to the rescue?”