Remains of the Day: Chrome OS Updates to Support Netflix, Kindle, and Cloud Print [For What It's Worth]
Google adds games to it's social network, LinkedIn updates its privacy settings to allow for the use of your likeness in its advertisements, and Facebook updates the ordering of your friends in the chat bar.
- Google Launches Games for Google+: Google's Social Network has added games like Angry Birds and Bejeweled to the service; the gaming options are rolling out to all users over the next few days. [Google Blog]
- LinkedIn Changes Privacy Settings: Head to your profile page to disable a new profile setting, on by default, that allows the company and its partners to use your name and pictures in their advertising. [Brand Impact via Gizmodo]
- Facebook Makes More Changes to Your Chat Bar: Now friends you interact with most frequently are in their own category at the top of the redesigned chat bar. [Mashable]
- Google Makes Lots of Improvements to Chromebooks: Google adds Netflix and Kindle Cloud Reader compatibility, Google Cloud Print, and faster start-up times to their Chromebooks. [Chrome Blog]
- Twtrland Provides Details Of Users Posting Habits: Enter a Twitter username into the twtrland search box and the service will return detailed analytics about the user's Twitter stream including post frequency and a chart of what types of content they post. [twtrland via Mashable]
- Retrieve Your PC's Serial Number With Windows Command: If you need to know your Windows computers model number or serial number but can't find or reach where it is printed on the hardware you can run the WMIC command from the start menu to find out. [Digital Inspiration]