Browsing: Archive for July, 2013

Apple Hit Hard by Child Labor Accusations

Apple comes under the scanner once again. The company is now tackling accusations of worker rights violations at Chinese factories after reports stated that over 10,000 students and underage workers work in crowded production rooms, and


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Android 4.3 -Developer’s Take

Google has wrapped off its next Android OS for developers on last Wednesday in San Francisco. The new Android 4.3 seems to be similar as its predecessors and hence, make sense why the new OS is


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iOS 7 Fourth Beta is Out—Is There Any More Beta?

As developer’s zone is warm with running and testing software for iOS versions, Company rolls out iOS 7 fourth beta for developers to test. Speculations are that this version may be the final verdict by Apple


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Nokia Blaming Microsoft For Windows App Failure – Weekly Technology Updates for July Week 4

This week’s roundup has plenty of interesting news from around the tech landscape. Nokia and Microsoft are failing to influence the mobile users. On the other hand, a triple sim mobile has been commercialized in Brazil


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Technical Products that Went Rags to Riches and Vice-Versa

Rome wasn’t built in a day and so was technology. It is the result of years of research, development and constant practice that has led to evolution of technology. Be it machines, Internet or software –


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Android 4.3 is Finally Out – No giant leaps but significant changes

A lot of hype was created before the launch of the next Android version. A whole lot was expected from the upcoming version. However, the Google Android update Jelly Bean 4.3 was let loose with minor


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Social Commerce -The Next Big Thing on Internet for Marketing

When the internet arrived, one hadn’t imagined the potential it has given the world. Today the internet provides ample scope for every individual to improve their workflow and quality of life. Businesses were able to make


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Google – Himax tryst; Glass for Consumers to be Made Affordable

With news on Google Glass heating up, the tech giant has taken another step towards making their new ‘wearable technology’ affordable. We can now expect the affordable Google Glass to hit the market soon. Google has


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5 Ways to Make Your PowerPoint Presentation an Absolute Hit

PowerPoint is one of the most effective tools of MS Office Suite. Whether it is teaching, training or any official presentation, PowerPoint has made talking easy for people related to these jobs. But, there are proper


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It’s a Hackers’ Week- Catch the latest news updates in IT industry

It’s a new week, filled with a lot of interesting tech news, for all the tech-lovers out there. This week could be called hackers week, with the Apple developer’s site put down and the vulnerability of


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