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Why Is Twitter Anxious Towards Non-Official Twitter Apps ?

Recently Twitter has made few “imperative” changes in its API policy and “warned” developers to stay out of competition of challenging Twitter through various Twitter client application development. Though, Twitter did took few steps against couple of such apps...

How Much Money Your Twitter Account Can Fetch For You ?

Alright ! So you have thousands of prominent followers, an impressive retweet ratio and influenced status among your friends due to your commendable activeness on Twitter. But have you ever tried to check how much valuation your Twitter account...

Twitter App Suits You The Best – Twitter Ecosystem Infography

Launched in July 2006, Twitter has become one of the major source of updates, information and trending. Today there is a whole universe of applications which surrounds twitter to enhance its experience but are boundless.  While the ecosystem was...

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Backed By First-Time Shoppers, Flipkart And Amazon Dominated Festive Online Sales in India

It seems like Flipkart and Amazon squeezed the most out of the month-long festive season in India...
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Amazon Gets Slapped With Penalty As GOI Prepares To Tighten The Noose On Ecommerce Players!

In a recent move, the Indian Government slapped Amazon on its wrist for not mentioning the country of origin detail for products...

Facebook’s Past Comes Back To Bite As South Korea Fines Them For 2018 Scandal

The social media behemoth Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) has once again proved they are the true arch-nemesis of modern-day user-privacy!

Amazon Future Group Dispute Deepens As Singapore Court Turns Down Future Group Plea

The dispute between Amazon and Future Retail is, apparently, far from over anything soon as the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) has...

Google Pay Fee On Instant Transfer: An Indication Of Google’s Aggressive Monetisation Strategy?

Google has decided to levy fee on instant payment, starting from the US market. A few days back, Google...