[PN] Twitter – Official Sponsor of Apache software foundation

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Twitter – Official Sponsor of Apache software foundation

From Twitter - Sponsoring the ASF is not only the right thing to do, it will help us sustain our existing projects at the ASF by supporting the foundation’s infrastructure. We have a long history of contributing to Apache projects, including not only Mesos, but also Cassandra, Hadoop, Mahout, Pig and more. As Twitter grows, we look to further our commitment to the success of the ASF and other open source organizations.

http://thenextweb.co...te-open-source/

Brazil to get B2G Devices

Brazil will be the first market to get Mozilla’s ‘Boot to Gecko‘ open source mobile phones, the Brazilian blog Ztop reports. The announcement was made today in Sao Paulo by Mozilla and Telefonica Digital, which confirmed that the devices will be start selling in Brazil in late 2012 or early 2013.

http://thenextweb.co...en-web-devices/

Facebook,Google ,Twitter and Youtube – Indian servers

India’s union law ministry, which is looking into a solution that would see the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Google and its video service YouTube asked to set up servers to handle content from the country’s Web space to better regulate ‘Objectionable Content’.

http://thenextweb.co...-servers-india/

YouTube updates its Audio Editing interface, adds featured tracks and mixing options

Updates:-

- You asked for more tracks, and our library of songs now includes more than 150,000 tracks–and growing!

- You can now mix music into your video’s soundtrack at levels ranging from “soft background†to “completely replace.â€

- Our “featured tracks†make it easy to find the best songs across genres for a variety of moods.

- We’ve revamped the Audio Editing user interface to make it easier to use.

http://thenextweb.co...mixing-options/

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The process about india’s union law ministry, which is looking into a solution that would see the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Google and its video service YouTube asked to set up servers to handle content from the country’s Web space to better regulate ‘Objectionable Content’.