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France Caught in Smartphone Wars

France Caught in Smartphone Wars

France is one of the world’s biggest smartphone markets with 53% of its entire mobile population owning a smartphone. In a research done by the University of Paris-Dauphine and Médiamétrie about France’s digital economy, it has been found that in 2012, 56% of France’s aged 15+ population has mobile computers…. Read more »

Information Technology, an Ever-Growing Career Path

Information Technology, an Ever-Growing Career Path

Scope and Growth A midst the global slowdown, each sector in India is looking for some growth. There is a decline in demand for goods and services and constraints in the supply as well. However, the field of Information Technology (IT) has seen no discernible decline in growth. Of course,… Read more »

A Fast Moving Career in the FMCG Sector

A Fast Moving Career in the FMCG Sector

What is FMCG? The Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry focuses mainly on non-durable consumer goods. These goods comprise of those items that are fast selling and move fast off the shelf of retail outlets that display them.  In India, the FMCG sector is massive and is said to be… Read more »

Zynga Games Reportedly Heading to Xbox Live

Zynga Games Reportedly Heading to Xbox Live

Considering the massive spending from Zynga recently, it won’t be surprising that the social games giant Zynga will bring its game to other platforms with a view to expand its presence. This is certainly surprising that what actually held Zynga until now to expand its presence to home console market,… Read more »

Microsoft Improves Internet Explorer’s 9 Image

Microsoft Improves Internet Explorer’s 9 Image

You might be wondering what this news is all about. To tell the truth, you will find both funny and factual one at the same time, The Redmond-based software giant, with its odd new advertising campaign for Internet Explorer (IE), seems to be making real efforts in sharpening the market’s… Read more »

Dilemma between Public Sector Bank and Private Banking Career

Dilemma between Public Sector Bank and Private Banking Career

Students and professionals aspiring for a banking career often find themselves in a dilemma of opting between a public sector bank and private sector bank. Honestly, this is quite a serious dilemma. This is because each sector has its set of pros and cons. There is a very thin line… Read more »

Twitter Opts For Berlin for its German HQ

Twitter Opts For Berlin for its German HQ

Twitter has opted for Berlin as the location for its German HQ, reports Focus. We have already given the hint by the Jack Dorsey, company’s Executive Chairman, who said at the January’s DLD conference in Munich that company was hiring in Germany. So, the company has obvious plans to come… Read more »

Google Advises Developers to Submit Privacy Policies

Google Advises Developers to Submit Privacy Policies

It has been noticed over the past few weeks that the Android and iOS apps being targeted for their treatment of customer data. The growing criticism about the way apps were handling customer data urged Google to become more practical about app privacy. The search giant has recently added a… Read more »

Google Might Let You Buy Movies via Google Play

Google Might Let You Buy Movies via Google Play

The search giant is in talks with movie studios to start selling movies via Google Play, Google’s recently redesigned hub for exploring and buying apps, movies, books, and music, according to new report. Consumers can only rent movies via Google Play at the moment, even though they can still purchase… Read more »

Angry Birds Space Coming to Windows Phone

Angry Birds Space Coming to Windows Phone

Angry Birds is one of the massive hit developed by Rovio. Recently, the developer has released the newest version of its most popular mobile game, Angry Birds Space. There were some earlier reports like the one reported by Bloomberg claiming that the game wasn’t supposed to be developed for Windows… Read more »

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