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Zuckerberg seeks peace with telcos on web-for-all push

Wants to make basic Internet services available to nearly two-thirds of the world's population who are not yet connected

Tech startups get Rs 1,000 crore fund, but several wishes left unfulfilled

Sector leaders cheer "positive intent"; say disbursement of fund will be key

SAP's tech head of security likely to join Sikka at Infosys, says report

Gordon Muehl, a veteran at SAP where he joined as a developer in 1998, was a direct reportee of Sikka in his previous role

India well behind US, Europe in software products

Country's software product revenues estimated at only $6.1 bn in FY15

Indian tablet market sees steady increase in Q4

iBall climbs to No.1 position, displacing Samsung

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Startling vistas and gory play

Far Cry 4, the latest game in the franchise, is a visual treat with great gameplay but is let down by a weak story

Technology in sci-fi movies a reality: Google [x]

Everything shown in sci-fi movies has already happened today but we ignore it, says Mohammad Gawdat, the firm's Business Innovation head

The World Cup project (or)

Here are two new projectors that are ideal for viewing the World Cup matches on the big screen

Game for South Park aficionado

It's a third person role-playing game where the player is a 'new kid' in the town

Digital gets a seat at the CxO table

The vertical is increasingly moving from the fringes to the centre of the management table at agencies

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Samsung unveils sleek new Galaxy phones to battle Apple

Stand-out features include a casing made from light-weight metal used in airplanes

Govt, education projects to help India tab market grow in 2015: IDC

During the fourth quarter, iBall led the market with 15.6% share, followed by Samsung at 12.9%

Soon, wrap your smartphone around your wrist

Researchers have manufactured a thin film that keeps its useful electric and magnetic properties even when highly curved

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Shift to new credit cards won't fix security issues

The new technology will be nearly as vulnerable to other kinds of hacking and cyber attacks as current swipe-card systems, security experts say

Intel says it has chips ready for smartphones

Intel Corp, seeking to foray into the mobile-phone chip market after more than a decade of failed attempts, said new processors going on sale ...

Apple beats Samsung to be the No 1 global smartphone vendor for Q4 in 2014

Apple reported its best quarter ever in the fourth quarter of 2014, which saw it sell 74.8 million units of smartphones

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