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75 Percent Of BlackBerry Owners want To Migrate To Android Or iPhone

Last year in October, when RIM was lashing out severely for its three days outage, meanwhile, Android and iOS devices had made their penetration in the market. Recently, a research analysis firm has revealed that during October/November Android was...

Is Steve Ballmer A Real Providential Indication for Microsoft ?

The eye-catching events for Microsoft in last couple of years; marriage with Nokia, the acquisition of Skype, second its entrance into blockbuster gaming console in the Xbox, followed by its decision to bring Windows Phone 8 this year. It’s...

eBay And PayPal To Reach $8 Billion And $7 Billion Respectively In 2012

In last few years e-commerce sites have grown exponentially both in revenue and by demands. People are showing more confidence in online stores and preferring to purchase range of products from e-commerce sites with the help of e-payment process. Recently at CES event...

Toshiba Qosmio F750: World’s First Glasses-Free 3D Laptop

At the end of 2011, world will witness one of the most fascinating invention coming from Toshiba. Toshiba unvield a prototype of its latest laptop Qosmio F750 in CES'11, which they will be releasing in the end of this...
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Ajit Doval Bears Down On Digital Payment Platforms in India

The grass really isn’t always greener on the other side. With the hoopla and convenience that Digital...
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Facebook Spying On Instagram Users Through Camera: Claims A Recent Lawsuit

When it comes to privacy, the Mark Zuckerberg led social media behemoth Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) always manages to land itself in...

US Bans TikTok And WeChat: Oracle Deal Fails To Excite Trump

Amidst all the news about TikTok's proposed IPO in the US and Oracle deal, this news is no less than a surprise....

TikTok IPO In US: The Injection Of Trust To Clinch Trump’s Confidence?

What started with the ban on TikTok could end with TikTok IPO in the US. TikTok is leaving no...

White Collar Employees Suffer The Worst: 6.6 Million Jobs Lost in India During May-August

When the coronavirus spread all over the world rapidly, apart from record death tolls, the other significant damage it did was to...