Chinese Billionaire’s Son Purchases Eight iPhone 7 Smartphones for His Dog

Chinese Billionaire’s Son Purchases Eight iPhone 7 Smartphones for His Dog

In today’s weird news, a Chinese billionaire’s son purchased eight iPhone 7 smartphones. But that’s not the weird part. The iPhone 7 smartphones were purchased for the son’s dog. You may need a moment to digest what you just read,...
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Google, Microsoft, Yahoo Will Block Indian Gender-Selection Ads

Google, Microsoft, Yahoo Will Block Indian Gender-Selection Ads

Google, Yahoo and Microsoft have agreed to block ads for Indian services that help determine a baby’s sex before birth, adhering to laws intended to address one of the world’s worst gender imbalances. All three companies pledged to honour bans...
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MakeMyTrip and Ibibo to Merge Under the MakeMyTrip Brand

MakeMyTrip and Ibibo to Merge Under the MakeMyTrip Brand

MakeMyTrip and Ibibo, two of the biggest online travel platforms in India, have announced a merger that will combine the two businesses under the former’s brand. The combined entity, said to have a valuation of $1.8 billion (approximately Rs. 12,010...
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ESA Maps More Than a Billion Stars in Our Galaxy

ESA Maps More Than a Billion Stars in Our Galaxy

The Gaia space probe, launched in 2013, has mapped more than a billion stars in the Milky Way, vastly expanding the inventory of known stars in our galaxy, the European Space Agency said Wednesday. Released to eagerly waiting astronomers around...
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No Man’s Sky PR Strategy ‘Wasn’t Great’: Sony Worldwide Studios Boss

No Man’s Sky PR Strategy ‘Wasn’t Great’: Sony Worldwide Studios Boss

Aside from being one of the biggest disappointments of the year, No Man’s Sky was a debacle for fans and the press. Reason being, creator Sean Murray promised a host of features that never quite made it to the final...
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India’s Internet Users to Touch 500 Million by 2020, Says Google

India’s Internet Users to Touch 500 Million by 2020, Says Google

With the advent of affordable smartphones and growing reach of internet across the country, India’s online population will reach 500 million by 2020, Google’s Asia Pacific Language Head, Richa Singh Chitranshi said. “India’s online popu...
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Google Brings Interactive Display to African American History Museum

Google Brings Interactive Display to African American History Museum

Lonnie G. Bunch III traveled to Google’s Mountain View, Calif., headquarters a little more than a year ago to meet with leaders of the Black Googler Network, an employee group. The director of the National Museum of African American History...
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Microsoft Brings Google Drive and Facebook Support to Outlook on Web

Microsoft Brings Google Drive and Facebook Support to Outlook on Web

Microsoft has finally added Google Drive support for Outlook on Web to allow users to receive and edit the files from the Internet version of its email client. The company has also added the support for Facebook and made it...
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Facebook Chooses New Mexico as Site for Next Data Centre

Facebook Chooses New Mexico as Site for Next Data Centre

Facebook has chosen a village on the edge of New Mexico’s largest metropolitan area as the location for its new data center, an announcement that spread quickly Wednesday as elected officials celebrated a hard-fought win that could have ripple effects...
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Google’s Shop the Look Feature to Show Smarter Shopping Ads in Search Results

Google’s Shop the Look Feature to Show Smarter Shopping Ads in Search Results

Google last year added ‘Purchases on Google’ or ‘Buy buttons’, making it easier for mobile users to shop while using Google Search. This was part of the company’s attempt to lure customers to its site rather than shop via Facebook...
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