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Unbreakable phones come closer to reality

MELBOURNE: Imagine dropping your cell phone and seeing it bounce rather than break! Transparent bendable electronics could soon be a reality thanks to a new method developed by scientists, including Indian-origin researchers, in Australia. Scientists from RMIT University's Functional Materials and Microsystems research group have developed a new method to transfer electronics with versatile functionality, w ...

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Intellectual Property Course Offerings For IT & Technocrats

Trivandrum: Law Pundits, a premiere legal academic services firm, is offering online certificate courses on profession-centric areas of law, namely Intellectual Property Law and International Business Law. The firm has global operative presence and conducts legal training programmes for professionals and organizes law conferences globally. Renowned jurists and academicians are heading the course offering of ...

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Apple unveils iPad Air at $499; slashes price of Macs

SAN FRANCISCO:  Apple Inc is refreshing its iPad line-up and slashing the price of its Mac computers ahead of the holiday shopping season, as it faces an eroding tablet market share and growing competition from rival gadget makers. Apple unveiled a new, thinner, lighter tablet called the "iPad Air" along with a slew of new Macs yesterday at an event in San Francisco. The iPad Air weighs just 0.45 kilogram, ...

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6 coolest futuristic gadgets from Japan’s biggest tech show

Panasonic’s ToughPad Tablet Apple popularised the idea of tablets with its iPad. Others have followed Apple’s design but they have not been able to make a huge impact on the market share for tablets. This year Panasonic introduced its own version of the tablet –Panasonic ToughPad UT-MB5, a 20” tablet that runs on Window 8.1 and had a 4K resolution. The very impressive looking tablet weighs only 2.35 kilogra ...

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Registration opens for the GHCI Conference 2013

BANGALORE, INDIA: Registration has opened for the 4th Annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing India(GHCI) Conference 2013. The annual conference, presented by the Anita Borg Institute (ABI) and the Association of Computing Machinery India (ACM India), is the largest gathering of women in computing in India. This year's theme "Together We Rise" encourages women in computing to collaborate acros ...

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Yahoo Is Ordered To Start Using Microsoft Search In Hong Kong And Taiwan

Signed in 2010, Microsoft and Yahoo’s ten-year Search Alliance was supposed to lift Google’s stronghold on search advertising. But the deal has steadily eroded since then, with the latest sign coming from a court filing that says Yahoo tried to delay adopting Bing search in Taiwan and Hong Kong. U.S. District judge Robert P. Patterson ruled on Monday that Yahoo must start using Microsoft’s search technology ...

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Will customers want to invest in a ‘made for the Internet’ device that has limited storage

                      Starting this week, hardware vendors Hewlett Packard and Acer will sell Chromebooks in India. The much-hyped ‘made for the Internet’ devices come to the market at a time when netbooks, which, positioned as a small screen alternative to chunky laptops were quite a rage till last year, are beginning to lose out to tablets. Google Inc. hopes that these devices, which run on its proprietar ...

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IEEE releases study on cloud computing in India

BANGALORE:  The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a global technical standards body that sets the standards for technology, has released a study on cloud computing in India. The study titled ‘Roadmap for cloud computing innovation in India’ looks at different ways in which cloud computing can benefit India. Kris Gopalakrishnan, Executive Vice-Chairman, Infosys, said: “The Government ...

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Apple to Refresh IPads Amid Challenges for Tablet Share

Apple Inc. (AAPL) is upgrading its iPad lineup to fend off a growing list of competitors, which are introducing their own tablets at lower prices with snazzier features. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook will debut a high-definition iPad mini and a thinner iPad at a San Francisco event tomorrow, people with knowledge of the plans have said. Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., takes a photograph ...

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ArthaYantra Recognised for Innovation

Mumbai, Maharashtra, October 09, 2013 :, an India based online Personal Finance advisor, has been selected as one of the most innovative companies in Asia to present at FinovateAsia 2013. The event would take place in Singapore on November 14 and would be attended by world's leading financial services companies and investors. Finovate is considered the Mecca of Fintech innovations incubated ...

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