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Google Glass can help people with autism

The software has been designed to help those with autism make eye contact, engage in conversations and more easily read social situations

Online portals, social media hire most in IT industry in FY2015

Digital wave has changed the paradigm of hiring, with skills on data scientists being the top skill in demand

758 cases against explicit content transmission in 2014

Highest number reported from Uttar Pradesh at 371, followed by Karnataka and Rajasthan

Beauty meets technology in Vivo X5 Pro

The X5, priced at Rs 27,980, comes with a curved mettalic frame and double-faced 2.5D glasses

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Six free eBook apps every bibliophile must try

Business Standard brings you the most popular six eBook apps and what makes them tick

A personal secretary for your phone

An invite-only app for now, Goodservice promises to find the best possible solution for your query

Katie Benner: Humans win in Google's 'mobilegeddon'

Mobilegeddon offers a window into why the EU's seemingly strong case against Google might be more tenuous

Jungah Lee: How Samsung is using the S6 to challenge Apple's iPhone

The South Korean giant is counting on new designs to lure users willing to pay more for latest features and win back customers from Apple

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Canon launches new series of colour office printers

Equipped with hard disks that can store mails and messages

Samsung unveils new Galaxy Tab S2 tablet

Tablet to come in two sizes - 9.7-inch and 8.0-inch

Samsung launches 4G enabled Galaxy J series

The J series has been designed specifically to ensure a superior 4G experience

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Zuckerberg's piece defending Internet.org

Facebook co-founder writes on his page that net neutrality is not in conflict with working to get more people connected

Airtel defends toll free platform; supports net neutrality

Says will provide same treatment to every website and application

BLOG: Why India needs net neutrality

Any policy that creates sub-monopolies on a public utility is neither market-friendly nor in the larger public interest

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