Just when you began contemplating over the thought of whether, or not, technology has reached its peak, Google pleasantly crashes your entire thought process with its latest contribution to the world of technology. Well, that’s vintage Google!
Archive for November, 2011
This one is definitely going to get ears locked in! The prominent social networking website, Facebook, is supposedly planning to go public next year. There had been many speculations regarding Facebook IPO for couple of years, but the company itself has never really been vocal about the rising possibilities of Palo Alto going public.
Earlier today, the IT hub of India, Bangalore woke up to a rude shock. Close to 2 lack accounts were hacked on the popular social network Facebook and morphed photos of the victims found their way on the net.
The digital world has a new name on everyone’s mind – Santhosh Pandit! We are well aware of the sheer power possessed by social media in the form of YouTube and Facebook.
Popular social gaming developer Zynga has gained massive popularity over Facebook since its launch. Due to its potential, many people from the investment community were looking forward to the company going public.
The concept of Mobile Internet is growing rapidly in India and it seems that even the search engine giant Google can’t resist a piece of this market.
From now on, if you want to catch your favorite Disney videos, just log on to the popular video hosting channel Youtube.
In the past few years, India has been known to the world as a formidable leader in the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO). According to a recent study, this status is going to last for a while.
For many citizens of Mumbai, traveling can be a nightmare thanks to the pothole ridden roads. But come tomorrow, many concerned citizens will be able to do something about it.
A month back, hacktivist group Anonymous declared on the Internet that they would shut down the popular social network Facebook.
For many Indian news lovers, there is some good news. One of the world’s leading news houses British Broadcast Corporation (BBC) has started an Indian edition of its website.
Using social media as a platform to launch products seems to be a trend everyone is following. Now, even major electronics brand Samsung has joined the bandwagon.
For many small and medium scale Indian businesses, Google has some good news. The search engine giant will be giving out free websites to these businesses as part of a new campaign.
Just last week, Google gave out news that they were upgrading their E-mail service Gmail. Today, those changes have started to come out.
Asia is rapidly adopting social media for information and entertainment. Banking on this, many Asian corporates are taking to social media to interact with customers and improve their brand presence.
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- Cricket360.com - A Cricket Fans Playground. Launched by 360 Sports Media (12)
- OyeItsFriday.tv is the Online Extension of Farhan Akhtar's New TV Show (8)
- PRODUCT REVIEW: DigiMouth.com Unravels the Crederity Product Offering (8)
- Watch out iPhone, here comes the N96! (7)
- New Reality Show “Hello Kaun? Pehchan Kaun!” Launches Online Game (7)
- Proto.in Bangalore Edition- The DigiMouth Coverage (Day 1) (7)
- SutraHR.com Releases a Fantastic Viral Promoting their Brand (7)
- Reliance Broadband launches new campaign “Right Here, Right Now” (7)
- Admart.Asia tries summing up Asia on a single domain (6)
- Reliance Mobile offers free phone calls through its micro-site (6)