March2012

Google +1 Button Turns Red & Give Thanks For +1s

Google has made a couple of changes involving the +1 buttons. The first in an aesthetic change that will change the button’s color scheme to red and white, while the other gives you the option to thank other Google+ users for +1’ing web pages. Red Google +1 Button The +1[…]

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Twitter launches Hebrew Menu

Just 6 weeks after Twitter came out with a new version for “right-to-left languages,” the micro-blogging site has now added language support for Hebrew, as well as for Arabic, Farsi and Urdu. Twitter currently has around 500 million users, and offers its services in 28 different languages. Tweeting was already[…]

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