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Facebook Chat Messenger

Imagine life without the internet or the telephone. Imagine walking to the next town to deliver a message. Compared to days past, today’s far reaching and nearly instantaneous social networking technology is magic. With the new third party Facebook Chat Messenger integration, the new Facebook photo uploader and the new Facebook privacy settings, the magic keeps getting better.

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Wikileaks controversy could be devolving into a Wiki-War

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange looms like the mysterious British freedom fighter V atop the Drudge Report, threatening a “devastating” confidential document dump if his organization suffers any more hack attacks. Paypal says Wikileaks and its donors are pals no more. Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) boots Wikileaks off its virtual cloud, citing vague and unconfirmed suspicions. The […]

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Monetize a Facebook Fan Page

According to recent research an average person spends 2-4 hours per day on social media websites. It is the same amount of time that people used to spend watching TV. Now almost everyone and his dog switched to social media websites, primarily to Facebook. Having more than 300 million users it is considered to be the world’s largest social network.

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Microsoft’s Kinect is amazing

The first time you try the “crank that” Soulja Boy dance on Dance Central, or slam a ping-pong ball in Kinect Sports using only your awkward, flailing arms–those are moments of sheer futuristic glee. The Kinect, as we noted in our review, is definitely lacking in must-have games, but the potential of Kinect is way […]

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Wikipedia needs money

The nonprofit group that runs Wikipedia launched its annual appeal to donors on Wednesday, seeking $6 million to cover the costs of the volunteer-created Internet encyclopedia. That figure would be a threefold increase from what the campaign raised last year. This fundraising campaign is set to last until January 15, Wikipedia’s eighth anniversary. This is […]

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Microsoft Surface Touch Screen

The slick touchscreens of our iPhones and Droids are visually magnificent and the epitome of tech chic, but their slick, untextured glass screens don’t resonate with humans’ tactile nature (that’s why some people just can’t kick the hardware button keyboard). Good tactile touchscreens – screens that impart a feeling of touch or texture in sync with a displayed image – have thus far eluded device makers. A new Microsoft project could change all that.

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About Geeks4Share: A cool site founded on May 06, 2010 , Geeks4Share aims to help you with your little tech problems, provide you with general info about computers and the internet, and give you some interesting facts and figures. Here at Geeks4Share, we do thorough research to provide you with first class data. This blog is […]