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7 Free Office Tools to Save Non-Profits Money

by Pablo A. Valdivia M. - on Dec 20th 2011 - No Comments

Giving programs and donations to non-profits are generally the first thing that companies scale back on when a struggling economy forces budget cuts. Fortunately there are great no-cost ways for non-profits to continue to administrate and build their organization in spite of leaner times. One simple solution that will shave cost dollars...

Instagram Is Coming to Android

by Pablo A. Valdivia M. - on Dec 20th 2011 - No Comments

Instagram, the hugely popular iPhone photography app that evokes 1970s style, has announced it’s finally developing an Androidapp. The company believes its membership base of 50 million could double with its Android launch, CNET reports. “We have two people working on Android now,” Kevin Systrom, CEO of Instagram said at LeWeb in...

Visor OLAP y Análisis multidimensional en IDempiere ERP

by Pablo A. Valdivia M. - on Dec 20th 2011 - No Comments

Android posted a series of infographics on Thursday with impressive app stats to celebrate its 10 billionth downloadfrom the Android Market. Android users from 190 countries download apps every day, according to one of the infographics. The U.S. is not the most app crazed country either — it ranked fourth behind South Korea (no. 1),...

Google Currents Becomes Latest News Aggregator App

by Pablo A. Valdivia M. - on Dec 20th 2011 - No Comments

Google has released its new Currents app for Android devices and iOS. The universal app offers a personalized news experience in a magazine-like format. Google Currents contains three “editions,” including Publisher, Google trending, and favorites. In a blog post, Google said: We strive to give you beautiful and simple ways to experience...

Bug in Adobe Reader Could Endanger Your PC

by Pablo A. Valdivia M. - on Dec 20th 2011 - No Comments

Describing a vulnerability in some of its reader software as “critical,” Adobe identified a flaw that could “potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.” We’re not just talking about your mom’s e-books. Adobe says hackers have used this flaw in targeted attacks against at least one U.S. defense contractor. Some sharp...