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It has been an increasingly open affair under the CEO Satya Nadella and Microsoft made another announcement regarding its new software that can run network devices across platforms. It's based on Linux.
This news came from New Delhi after the Facebook held company noticed slower growth after the inception of 0.99 cents subscription fee post the first year of free usage, especially in the developing countries. Thus, WhatsApp is now completely free for lifetime.
IBM had launched Bluemix with a vision to make available all the latest open source technologies for developing and deploying cloud based applications. It has found success with Infosys, an IT firm based out of India, for setting up its upcoming innovatio
Truecaller is a Scandinavian firm that makes security apps for Android. In a thanks giving gesture, it has launched another security and alert system for SMS to identify the sender and block spams, first in India. It will be released for other countries a
Nintendo has finally confirmed that it would be entering the mobile market by developing games for smartphones and tablets. The new mobile games from Nintendo will not be ports from its gaming consoles, 3DS and Wii U.
It is not just hardware, but also truly compatible software that is crucial for developing driverless cars, simply because of inherent issues to build human-like systems. After Google, BMW and Mahindra, Uber also joins in the revolution.
Jay Z has placed a bid of fifty six million dollars for taking over Aspiro, a Scandinavian company. This company operates streaming music Tidal venture in US, Canada and UK as well as Wimp music service in certain European countries. He is definitely set
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