This Year is Somewhat special for Webbies because we got a lot of gifts from Google,Facebook and more…
Now Google Android Team wishes Us a Happy Holidays.hey have decorated their offices with lots of stuff to celebrate Christmas. Look at the video below.
Another Rejoice For Facebook Junkies after the Timeline!
Facebook has released Messenger Client for Windows.Facebook Messenger for Windows as a standalone desktop app with which we can use without visiting the website facebook.com
After the beta leaked late Thursday, Facebook officially released the Messenger for Windows desktop client mere hours later. With Facebook Messenger, you can chat with your Facebook friends, check the latest updates from your friends and also get notifications.
The app will be residing in your Windows system tray.you can easily do Facebook login and log out by right-clicking the Facebook icon.Keep the “Keep me logged in” option on the login page checked.
choosing Exit will close the app but still keep you logged into Facebook; OR choose Log out to completely log out of both the Messenger app and facebook.com particularly, if you are on a shared computer.
- Only for Windows 7
- Chatting with a group is not possible
- Video calling not Possible
- Other settings like limiting chat availability are not yet activated.
- It is a trial application. So you are bound to expect some bugs.
Download Facebook Messenger for Windows 7.
You can also download Facebook Messenger App for mobile phones (available for Android, BlackBerry, and iPhone)
India’s Government Sponsored $45 ultra-low cost tablet computer aimed at providing connectivity to the country’s masses.
The tablet, called Aakash (meaning Sky)was announced in October this year Previously nicknamed as Sakshat.The susbsidised Aakash tablet is likely to cost Rs. 1,750.And sold out less than one week after the device went on sale in the country online.While many will be disappointed by the lack of availability of the tablet there is a Positive News that DataWind, the Canada-based firm manufacturing the tablet,However is offering the commercial version of the Aakash tablet.
As a spokesperson of DataWind told The Hindu Business Line:
We have closed bookings for Aakash and opened online pre-bookings for the second generation Aakash tablet.
The new tablet is called the UbiSlate 7 and it is set to begin shipping next month for $55 (2,999 INR). Measuring 7 inches, the device packs more punch that the first generation version which will apparently be “three times better” than the original Aakash in performance. The tablet will also come with a 3,200 mAh battery, which is expected to give a back up to 5 hours. It comes with a headphone/mic plus integrated speaker.
To Get More details About the UbiSlate 7 and To Pre-Order For The Device Visit This Website