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No cost on incoming calls, anywhere in India - BSNL June 15, 2015 12:10

BSNL has launched free roaming, starting from today the 15th June 2015, which will allow its mobile customers across the country to receive incoming calls at no cost. "Now BSNL mobile customers will not need…

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Boeing Dreamliner shoots straight up into the sky June 12, 2015 15:45

The Paris Air Show is the world’s oldest and largest gathering of aircraft from around the world. Since 1909 is being held at Le Bourget Airport in northern Paris, France. The event starts with four…

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Airtel inject mysterious lines of codes into the web browsers used by customers June 10, 2015 15:44

Airtel, the major private telecom operator has been allegedly caught spying on users by injecting mysterious lines of codes into the web browsers used by the customers to visit websites through its 3G network. This…

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Apple Launches Apple Music June 09, 2015 15:33

Apple Music which was launched by Apple on Monday may not differ from its arch rivals, feature wise, but the brand which is hailed by music lovers globally and loads of iTunes available makes the…

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A Sneak peek of Microsoft's New service 'Wi-Fi' leaked June 04, 2015 19:46

A sneak peek of Microsoft’s new service free ‘Wi-Fi’ has been released on 2nd June in microsoftwifi.com website. A twitter user named “WalkingCat” first identifies this. The webpage boasts about the new service as ‘hassle…

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Facebook Confirms its Support to GIFs May 30, 2015 18:12

Facebook has finally adopted GIFs into the news feed so now you can share your moving image files directly into your timeline - no longer to use third parities workaround. Just throw the URL link…

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Super computers for advanced research May 26, 2015 17:49

India will be employing super computers, predominantly for defense research and predicting climatic changes by 2022. The grid-like setup of these research facilities have been approved by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs. Supercomputers will…

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Aren't you using a genuine version of Windows? Then this news is not good for you May 19, 2015 16:37

People running pirated copies of Windows are going to have to pay - or keep pirating - if they want to update their computers to Windows 10. That may sound painfully obvious, but there's actually…

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CHIP Will Be The World’s First Microcomputer At Just $9 May 12, 2015 19:10

As the technology improves and gets more powerful, gadgets become smaller and smarter. Thanks to the new technological advancements, we now have a chip-sized computer among us, from a $1 million venture-backed startup, Next Thing…

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A hybrid of plane and helicopter May 06, 2015 20:12

Planes and helicopters have their strengths and weaknesses. Planes are fast and can carry a lot of stuff a long way, while helicopters are slow but they don’t need enormous runways and they’re extremely maneuverable.…

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Tenfold WiFi bandwidth can make internet access faster and easier April 22, 2015 18:52

Having blazing fast internet speed is a dream for thousands of netizens across the world. Researchers at Oregon State University have invented a new technology which can boost the bandwidth of WiFi systems by 10…

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Internet connectivity through Project Loon of Google April 21, 2015 15:38

Google is planning to send helium balloons around the world and deliver Internet to users in remote areas. The project is named ‘Project Loon’ and was started in June 2013 by the top secret Google…

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