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  • Twitter Archives Now Available In 12 More Languages, Including Japanese, Portuguese, Russian And Simplified Chinese

    Twitter Archives Now Available In 12 More Languages, Including Japanese, Portuguese, Russian And Simplified Chinese

    On the occasion of its seventh birthday today, Twitter has announced that personal archives of tweets are now available for 12 more languages: In December, when Twitter rolled out the option to download a massive archive of your history, this is what they had to say about the feature: Today, we’re introducing the ability to download your Twitter archive, so you’ll get all… Read More

  • A Few Reasons Why You’d Want To Download All Of Your Tweets

    A Few Reasons Why You’d Want To Download All Of Your Tweets

    Today, we learned that Twitter made good on its promise to start letting its users download all of their tweets from the beginning of their history with the service. For many geeks, there is excitement about this. It means that Twitter is showing how truly “open” they can be when it comes to your data and information, finally catching up with companies like Facebook and Google… Read More

  • Windows 8 Is Now Available For Developers (And For Everybody Else, There’s A 90-Day Free Trial, Too)

    Windows 8 Is Now Available For Developers (And For Everybody Else, There’s A 90-Day Free Trial, Too)

    As expected, Microsoft today announced that Windows 8 is now available for download for its paying MSDN and TechNet Professional subscribers. The company, however, is also making a 90-day evaluation version available to all developers (or anybody else who wants to give the Windows 8 RTM a try) without the need to pay for a subscription. There are some caveats, though: this version will expire… Read More

  • CEATEC 2008: Fujisoft launches Japan-only VOD service for the Wii

    At CEATEC 2008, Fujisoft for the first time presented their “Ulexit” video player for embedded devices. The company will use its technology for “Minna-no (everybody’s) Theater Wii”, a video-on-demand service for the Nintendo Wii. A Fujisoft representative told me the service goes online in December 2008 in Japan. Asked whether Everybody’s Theater Wii will… Read More

  • Japanese DS owners get full-length anime movies, all others don't

    Japanese Nintendo fans are able to download digital manga on their Wii and their DS for a few weeks now. The DS service, called DSvision [JP], requires a special hardware add-on to view episodes of Japanese anime series downloaded from the DSVision web site. Now am3 [JP] and DaiNippon Printing are planning to launch a service that makes it possible to watch full-length animated features on the DS. Read More

  • Download files in Mobile Safari

    A new “plug-in” from hachu lets you download files straight to your unlocked iPhone. This lets you download zip and tar files as well as save MP3 files to the internal memory. So what does that get you? Not much, but thanks to Erica Sadun, you can now use the SendFile application to send files from the Downloads folder in your iPhone, creating a fairly cool little way to download… Read More

  • Free Movies From AOL

    AOL is really trying to push its new video service, blandly dubbed “AOL Video,” to the masses. If you mosey on over to this URL, there’s complete instructions and information on beta testing and getting a free movie. You best hurry though, as the offer expires…today! Welcome to the AOL Video Movie Download Beta Test! [AOL] Read More