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Data Friendly Twitter Lite Now Available in India

  San Francisco:  The micro-blogging platform has made its data-friendly Twitter Lite Android app available in 21 more countries, including India, which can be downloaded from...

Samsung or Xiaomi, Who’s leader of smartphone market in India?

New Delhi: Smartphone users in India are a confused lot after market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC) on Monday crowned Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi...

Techno Mobile launches 2 budget smartphones

New Delhi: Expanding its camera-centric portfolio, Hong Kong-based Transsion Holdings' subsidiary Tecno Mobile on Monday launched two budget smartphones in India. The "Camon iACE" and "Camon...
Google

‘Doodle 4 Google’ can Get you Rs 5 Lakh Scholarship

  New Delhi: Google on Monday announced the "2018 Doodle 4 Google" contest inviting creative, art-loving students from across India to bring their imagination to life...

Photo-editing app on Instagram faces users’ ire

San Francisco:  Photo-messaging app Instagram is facing criticism for not removing an advertisement of a paid photo editing app "Facetune" that is targetted at women...

ASUS India launches 3 new laptops in ZENBook Series

New Delhi: Taiwanese technology company ASUS on Monday unveiled three new models in its popular ZENBook Series in India. The three laptops -- ZenBook Pro 15...

Microsoft builds digital solution for CBSE to prevent paper leaks

By Gokul Bhagabati New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which came under heavy criticism this year following the leak of class 10 mathematics...

India’s 2nd lunar mission on Jan 3 with lander, rover

Bengaluru: India will launch its second lunar mission on January 3 next year to land on the moon with a lander and rover, a top...

India to launch 2 space missions every month

Bengaluru:  India is ready to launch two space missions every month, with 31 launches slated to take place over the coming 16 months, a top...

Why won’t NASA’s Parker Solar Probe melt?

Washington:  With NASA launching a historic Parker Solar Probe deeper into the solar atmosphere than any mission before it, the question arises: Why won't it...

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