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Dropbox is a “MUST HAVE” cloud data storage solution.

Dropbox

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posted this on Apr 11 06:11 pm

Dropbox is a “MUST HAVE” cloud data storage solution and allows users to access their data on multiple computers and through a browser anywhere in the world. We highly recommend anyone who stores documents, pictures, music, videos, and any other files to start with a free 2GB account to see how it works. Click the link below for a tour. We love Dropbox!!! We use it regularly on a daily basis.

https://www.dropbox.com/tour

HELPDESK PORTAL LAUNCH

We are excited to announce our new Tech Help LA Helpdesk Portal. After entering the Helpdesk by clicking the link below or in our main menu above, you will be able to submit tech help requests, ask general community questions, get tips and tricks, and announcements by logging in. If you are a new customer you can signup easily directly through the portal. Enjoy the convenience of having our staff at your fingertips.

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PARC PARLOR V – LOS ANGELES

THURSDAY JUNE 23RD 2011 6PM-10PM
PLEASE RSVP EMAIL NAMES TO INFO@TECHHELPLA.COM

 Just a few reminders

•Please arrive early as we will be reaching capacity

• There will be FREE valet available in front of the building

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•Facials will be available; ladies, please bring your makeup should you wish to retouch your makeup after

• Bring your business cards for networking/employment opportunities

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Technology: Apple WWDC: iOS 5

The business and culture of our digital lives:

From the L.A. Times

Apple WWDC: iOS 5 integrates Twitter into contacts, photos, Safari and more

June 6, 2011 |  8:20 pm

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Apple and Twitter have teamed up to allow iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch users to tweet photos, maps, websites and other items directly from within the iOS operating system.

Scott Forstall, Apple’s senior vice president of iOS software, announced Monday morning at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco that Twitter would be baked into iOS 5, which is coming to i-devices this fall.

“People send more than a billion tweets per week,” Forstall said during the event’s first-day keynote. “And we hear from a lot of our customers on iPhone and iPad and iPod Touch that they love Twitter. And so we want to make it even easier for all of our customers to use Twitter on iOS products.”

One of the major ways that Apple is integrating the microblogging site into iOS 5 is with a single sign-on feature. Users will be able to sign into their Twitter accounts once, and all Twitter-enabled apps will respond — eliminating the need to enter a username and password for each individual app.

The single sign-on feature then will enable iOS 5 users to post directly to Twitter from built-in iOS apps such as Photos and Camera, Safari (for tweeting links to websites), YouTube (for tweeting videos) and Maps (for tweeting locations). And Apple has made APIs available so third-party developers can take advantage of the single sign-on feature for their own apps.

Apple’s iOS 5 will also pull Twitter profile pictures and Twitter handles into an iOS user’s contacts list alongside names, email addresses and phone numbers.

Jack Dorsey, who co-founded Twitter and oversees the San Francisco company’s product development, wrote a short post on Twitter’s blog about the iOS integration.

“Building Twitter into iOS 5 truly creates the easiest way to share everything that’s happening in your world,” Dorsey wrote. “Take a picture, tap ‘Tweet.’ Tweeting has never been simpler.”

— Nathan Olivarez-Giles

twitter.com/nateog

Image: The steps of how to share a photo via Twitter from an iPhone’s Camera app. Credit: Apple

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