You must already be knowing that all your Blogger Blogs have the Favicon of the Blogger logo which you can see above. This is the Favicon which is seen next to your website’s URL in the browser. It is also known as pageicon or urlicon. You may wish to change this favicon with your own logo. This will help your viewers to easily identify your site. Changing the favicon involves simple HTML technique.
Facebook held a mobile centric event at the company headquarters, California, U.S. At this event, Facebook unveiled new features for Android and Apple iOS mobile platforms. According to these features, both these mobile platforms would be updated with Groups and Places feature.
Our recent post mentioned about Facebook’s privacy breach in which it was stated that Facebbok Apps like Farmville and Texas HoldEm Poker were allegedly transmitting user information to third party advertisers and Internet Tracking firms. Facebook has made an announcement on its developer’s Blog regarding this issue. Facebook Inc. said that a data broker has been paying the application developers for identifying user information. The application developers are those programs which let the users play online games, quizzes and much more. These applications were sending Facebook user’s ID numbers to the third party for advertising and marketing purposes. The ID is used to look up a user’s name, e-mail id and other contact information which the user provides in the social networking sites. This information is used by companies to build profiles of Internet users by tracking their online activity.
An excellent use of technology can be seen in the mobile-controlled cars by General Motors. So if you possess a GM car, you can control it right from your mobile phone. You can unlock your car, activate horn, check oil and fuel levels, tyre pressure and you can even start your car’s engine with your mobile phone regardless of wherever you may be but obviously, your car must be a GM car which comes with an embedded mobile phone.