The war for web supremacy between Facebook and Google looks set to escalate, as the social network giant is soon to launch their new e-mail service. According to TechCrunch, Facebook is hosting an invite only press event in San Francisco on Monday to unveil Project Titan, their answer to Google's immensely popular Gmail service.
Social networking giant Facebook has updated its Blackberry Application adding its newest feature, Places to it in a bid to turn the popular business mobile platform into a location-based service one. Version 220.127.116.11 can be downloaded from Blackberry App World and is compatible with all smartphones running Blackberry OS 4.5 or newer.
Vince Cerf might actually be wrong in his predictions that the final pot of web addresses will run out in the UK sometime in 2012 as it has been widely reported in the national press.
There's a widely countdown clock that estimates when the IPv4 regional registry addresses would exhaust - roughly 392 days from now which equates is roughly towards the end of 2011, on 12th of December to be precise.
Google is rolling-out of a new AdSense online advertisement interface for its 2 million users around the world. According to the company, the update will offer the product in 30 languages across 200 countries.