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Microsoft buys keyboard software maker SwiftKey

Microsoft said Wednesday it acquired British-based software keyboard maker SwiftKey, saying it would be integrated with the tech giant’s “intelligent systems” for mobile devices. SwiftKey makes keyboard apps which are used on some 300 million Android and Apple devices, replacing the default interfaces with a more efficient one. The price …

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HSL Mobile launches their first ever Hammer Screen phone in India

HSL Mobile launched the Y501 Plus today. The smartphone is priced at Rs 3,999 and will be exclusively on sale via Snapdeal. The unique property of the handset is something the company calls “Hammerscreen”, which they claim is unaffected even after breaking Walnuts. Naresh Yadav, Director, India of Consumer Experience, …

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Telecom Commission approves Trai’s views on spectrum cap

New Delhi(PTI): Inter-ministerial panel Telecom Commission has in-principle approved Trai’s recommendation on determining spectrum holding limits and sought suggestions from the sector regulator to implement it in future auctions. “Telecom Commission discussed spectrum cap recommendation of Trai and in-principle agreed to the recommendations. It has sought regulator’s view on implementing …

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Facebook is launching a real-time news app called Notify

Facebook is planning another addition to its already varied repertoire of offerings, this time attempting to take over news distribution. The social media giant has been working on a new real-time news app, called “Notify”, that it expects to launch. Notify lets users subscribe to various news organisations on Facebook, …

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Google Gaffe: When Narendra Modi became India’s first Prime Minister

New Delhi,Nirmalya Dutta: Sometimes, search engine giants Google’s features end up in embarrassing gaffes. Earlier, when you searched Top 10 Criminals or World’s Stupidest Prime Minister, you’d end up with pictures of current Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A similar blunder seems to have occurred now in which if you …

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