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Windows 8, 8.1 used by 10% of PCs January 03, 2014 18:22

Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 are being adopted by owners of desktop computer as Microsoft's older versions of OS is fading from use. According to reports, latest Net Applications data suggest that at least 10.49…

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62 Indians in one way trip to Mars January 03, 2014 11:34

62 Indian have been shortlisted for one way trip to Mars planet in 2024 to establish a permanent colony there. From a pool of over 2 laks applications from 140 countries, the Netherlands based non-profit…

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Number portability in entire nation delayed January 02, 2014 18:27

Full mobile number portability (MNP) service will not be available nationwide anytime soon. The department of telecom (DoT) has not accepted the recommendation for nationwide MNP by sector regulator, said the secretary of Telecom Regulatory…

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MS Windows phone offers safety app for women December 27, 2013 18:28

Microsoft India has launched a safety application for women on its mobile operating system Windows Phone. Its unique feature titled Guardian will enable authorised users to keep track of the  the phone user in real…

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Soen Transit Answers Why A Music System Is Needed December 24, 2013 15:35

Soen is a California based company which came up with the speakers with blue tooth so that the audio files in your smart phone can be read and played with heard with a good sound…

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Facebook adds 'Donate Now' button December 17, 2013 17:53

Facebook has introduced a new feature 'Donate Now' button to enable users to contribute to charity online. However, the button would reportedly help the social networking company to further develop its e-commerce and gaming efforts…

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Emerging nations' electronic trash overtaking West December 16, 2013 17:49

Electronic trash from emerging economies like China has overtaken the dumping by the Western countries. According to reports, a UN-backed alliance stated that between 2012 to 2017 the emerging nations will lead in the amount…

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Driverless fusion hybrid research car from Ford December 14, 2013 16:45

Have you ever dreamt of roaming the streets of your city in a driverless car. Well, your dreams may be just answered by Ford's Fusion Hybrid research vehicle that was recently unveiled. The car can…

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Rock dating on Mars surface December 13, 2013 17:15

First time in the history of mankind, researchers have predicted the age of a Martian rock successfully. The experiments are being performed on the Mars surface by a team of scientists led by geochemist Ken…

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Scientists pronounce Comet ISON dead December 12, 2013 21:24

Comet Ison has been pronounced dead on Tuesday at a scientific conference. The comet was not able to withstand the the sun's powerful gravity and was also affected by solar radiation. On Nov 28, Ison,…

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First Curved TV and Smart Phones from LG December 11, 2013 18:25

LG has made first TV and smart phone Gflex phone with curved screens.  The Curved screened 55 inch OLED TV costs Rs.9,99,000 just a 1000 less than Rs. 10 lakh.  The TV has won The…

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How Far We Can Trust Google? December 09, 2013 18:04

How far we trust Google or other social network sites that the personal data in that will not be used by the Government? We cannot trust anymore! We may entertain suspicion that the data may…

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