Two widely popular applications, which use DirectShow API appeared to be locked in a combat: Google video chat is installing a plugin which registers artificial video capture sources “Google Camera Adapter 0″ and “Google Camera Adapter 1″. As the application does not announce any integration capabilities and is only using video for internal purposes for [...]
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Tags: chat, crapware, DirectShow, google, skype, Video
I envy those who can pass this… By the way going disabled way was of little help because the audio hint was hardly better recognizible…
Tags: bug, google, microsoft, stupidity
It is amazing how it might come that Microsoft Forums‘ RSS feed appears broken on Google Reader with duplicated entries for each of the items. Regardless of whose the bug is, it seems to me that it is the Microsoft’s one, both are sophisticated applications of a large scale while RSS thing is just nothing [...]
I am curious if Google has a bias against Microsoft websites in search results. It was rather unexpected to see this site first in search for _CONVERSION_DONT_USE_THREAD_LOCALE with following results from connect.microsoft.com and blogs.msdn.com (at least as relevant as I think).
Tags: chat, google, jabber, XMPP
Google Talk offered a marvelous new feature: <iframe> and instant messaging based web chat through Google Talk (Jabber, XMPP) which I immediately put on the sidebar of the website —–>> Isn’t it just great that Google invests into development of Jabber/XMPP community this way?