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Use Facebook as email, sounds unusual. Well, the social networking giant Facebook can be also used like a email service. We guide you to know how to use Facebook as email.
You must have a username. If you don’t have why not set one at Setting page. Your username is your email address. For example, my username is techinusrock then my Facebook email address will be firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can use your email address on various sites. The best example is subscribing for daily emails from TechInUs. Lets try it, open this page and type your email@example.com in “Your email address” field.
3. Reading mails
For reading emails, go to Facebook > Messages > Other Messages. You will find a email from firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Activate your Email Subscription to: TechInUs“. Click on expand and open the link in the email to get daily emails from TechInUs. You can also send the message to Inbox.
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The data for October released by ComScore, Gmail saw 287.9 million unique worldwide visitors during the period, defeating out Microsoft’s Hotmail, which finished with 286.2 million unique visitors. The findings were first reported by GigaOM.
In third place was Yahoo, the once mighty e-mail power, with 281.7 million, according to ComScore. Yahoo, however, holds a comfortable lead in the United States with 76.7 million, compared to second-place Gmail with 69.1 million and third-place Hotmail with 35.5 million.
US technology giant Apple is in talks to license music for broadcast on a custom online radio service modeled after Pandora, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
The Journal, citing people familiar with the matter, said Apple’s service would work on the company’s hardware, including the iPhone, iPad and Mac computers, as well as potentially on PCs using Microsoft’s Windows operating system.
But it would not work on smartphones and tablets that use Google’s Android operating system, as the two technology giants are at loggerheads to dominate the lucrative mobile market.
The licensing negotiations are still at an early stage, the newspaper stressed, adding that it could take months for such a service to launch.
Just as with Pandora, ads would be placed between the music on the would-be service, which would use Apple’s iAd platform.
The Journal noted that Apple had previously weighed launching a Pandora competitor, but dropped the bid due to licensing costs.
Pandora reported last week that its revenue climbed in the recently-ended quarter but that it still lost money due in large part to royalties paid out for songs.
The Oakland, California-based firm, which creates personalized radio stations for users, reported a net loss of $5.4 million on revenue that rose 51 per cent to $101.3 million compared with the same period last year.
Pandora went public last year at $16 a share, one of several Internet companies to make their debut on Wall Street in 2011.
The WeeUp is a new service from HackingTag Security where you can store files. They don’t annoy the person by making him or her wait for some time. The person can instant download the files. Their is no need to register or give your details. You can upload files with one click. The WeeUp is currently in beta mode. The person can upload 4 files at one time.