Porsche announces a special band for Real Racing 3
Real Racing 3 for pc is revealed a little more with a special announcement Porsche band. This trailer gives a tantalizing taste of the gameplay of this third installment of Real Racing. It reveals the Porsche range available in the game: the 911 GT3 RS 2010, the 911 GT3 RS 4.0 in 2012, the 911 GT3 Cup
This trailer gives a tantalizing taste of the gameplay of this third installment of Real Racing. It reveals the Porsche range available in the game: the 911 GT3 RS 2010, the 911 GT3 RS 4.0 in 2012, the 911 GT3 Cup 2010 and the Carrera GT 2006 Pretty cars that will heat the asphalt in the best ways..
EA Mobile has not yet provided a release date for Real Racing 3 if not a “scheduled in 2012” on iPhone - iPad and Android. Anyway to the editor, we look forward to test driving of these items!
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BBM has 20 million users on iOS and Android
BlackBerry announced on his blog have 20 million active users to its BBM service on the iOS and Android platforms. By grouping users with a BlackBerry device, this data amounts to 80 million. 1 user BBM 4 is on iOS or Android.
BlackBerry rightly recalls the early success experienced by its application when publishing on the App Store and Google Play. 8 hours later, five million downloads were made. The milestone of 10 million was achieved within 24 hours. The Canadian company thanked everyone, whether new or old users of BBM.
20 million is therefore an important factor in a week. It will be observed more closely over the coming months, however. New users may well have tested BBM then remove or stop using the service fairly quickly. Meanwhile, several new features for the brand new BBM for pc app are expected over the coming weeks, the coming months
Facebook: why is forced to Messenger App
After Facebook forces its users to Messenger app so that they can continue to send and receive mobile messages, low mood prevails among Facebook users. Now the company Zuckerberg himself has expressed it.
Facebook is justified for the App-compulsive
Facebook itself calls the app forced “Why do we ask people to install the Messenger”. Herein it is, it was in the interest of Facebook especially important that users can reach all the people that are important to you. “Our goal is to provide a fast, reliable messaging app available that is fun,” said Peter Martinazzi from Facebook Messenger team. “For this reason we have placed the focus on the messenger and moved the messages from the Facebook app.” As further advantages of the app group chats and sending stickers are called.
Circumvent Facebook Messenger forced
From the perspective of various Facebook users are the most serious arguments against the infamous Facebook Messenger, the required change forced itself as well as privacy concerns. The allegations that Facebook uses both the camera and microphone to monitor all activities of the respective user, the company denies. “These allegations are not true and many have been corrected. […] If you’re not using the app, we can not activate your camera or your microphone.” In our practice we Announcements tell you how to circumvent App compulsion
Mozilla: thousands of email addresses and passwords open
The month of August started at Mozilla with a nasty data leakage, the thousands of e-mail addresses and passwords revealed - and just as the month ends. Were once again access by users cost unprotected on a server. Overall, e-mail addresses and passwords are affected by 97,000 users of the bug tracking tool Bugzilla. The three months were unprotected after a server change, Mozilla now confirmed in a blog post . , the visible files were open dump files that were created during the migration of a Tetservers. Mozilla has the files now removed and the process changed so that if a server move no more dump files must be created. All passwords have been reset and the affected users will be asked at the next logon in Bugzilla to choose a new password. Affected but only the users who had signed up on the test server were. All other Bugzilla users are not in danger. beginning of the month were 76,000 email addresses and passwords of 4,000 members of the Mozilla Developer Network for 30 days public on a server.