Monthly Archives: August 2014

People stick with favourite few apps to avoid clutter

There may be a growing number of applications for smartphones, but people in the US tend to cling to the few they like and shun the rest, an industry tracker says. Nearly two-thirds of US smartphone owners download no applications … Continue reading

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How to take a great selfie? It’s an art to impress

Taking a good selfie is an art. The higher art though is knowing how many selfies to post and which of them need to be uploaded on which of the social media platforms. Since selfies can be annoying to a … Continue reading

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FREE ONLINE LEARNING TOOLS THAT WILL MAKE YOU SMARTER

Continue educating yourself in a range of subjects from science and math to history and humanities You have a degree in a subject of your choice and are pursuing the field you were always interested in. However, it’s not enough … Continue reading

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Social Media or Zara Design ?

Who played the most vital role to pull the design’s from the market within few hour’s of the product going live for sale? You decide and let me know here is what is happened actually???? #zara #nazicampsshirts #rages #starofdavid #jews … Continue reading

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Pinterest India users grow 150% in 1 yr

San Francisco: Housed in SoMa or South of Market, the hip startup neighbourhood in San Francisco, Pinterest’s headquarters is spread across 45,000 square feet in what used to be a giant brick warehouse, now transformed into one of the quirkiest … Continue reading

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RICE & SHINE – How India turned ice bucket to rice bucket

Desi Idea Of Giving Rice To The Needy Goes Viral As the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge touched Indian homes, engaged Bollywoodians, CEOs and students, it got a very Indian twist in one Hyderabad home.The bucket stayed, but ice turned into … Continue reading

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Tips for Marketing Hospitals in Rural India

INTRODUCTION Marketing is essential for both rural and mission hospitals in order to enable the optimum use of the hospital services. Here are some of the innovative ways that worked in mission hospitals (1). THE GROUNDWORK The groundwork and preparations … Continue reading

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`Social media stifles political debate’

People Less Likely To Voice Opinions That Differ From Those Of Friends: Study The Internet might be a useful tool for activists and organizers, in episodes from the Arab Spring to the Ice Bucket Challenge. But over all, it has … Continue reading

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US intel built secret search engine for snooping

A top US intelligence agency has built its own secret “Google-like” search engine for about two dozen government agencies to search information through over 850 billion communications records, including phone calls, emails and internet chats, a media report said.Reported by … Continue reading

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Amazon Bets on Video Game Service Twitch in $970m Deal

Jeff Bezos is ramping up Amazon.com’s entertainment ambitions, buying video game service Twitch Interactive in one of its biggest-ever acquisitions.Amazon is paying $970 million in cash for the online gathering place for gamers. The deal, which trumped Google’s pursuit of … Continue reading

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