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Invisage QuantumFilm ready to bring better cameras to VR headsets

Invisage QuantumFilm ready to bring better cameras to VR headsets 0

Mobile photography has come a long way, but it is still true that a smaller sensor has more complications. This is especially an issue for the tinier products in the

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Angry Birds 2 receives a substantial content update, with new levels and piggies 0

The seasons are a-changing, and Rovio’s way of acknowledging falling leaves and the return is the PSL is by throwing Angry Birds 2 a bunch of new content. The forefront of this sizable

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4 Reasons Why You Need An MBA Degree Right Now 0

An MBA is one of the most lucrative job-oriented courses out there. In fact, an MBA-holder’s pay grade can even trump the average salaries earned by doctors and engineers in

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The Mushrooming Solution ToMuscle Loss 0

People have always perceived mushrooms as being carcinogenic and dangerous to the health. On the contrary, Lingzhi mushrooms are actually beneficial for humankind. Just give it some thought for a

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Bitdefender Internet Security 2016: Review 0

When you look for an effective Internet Securitysuite, what is the first thing which comes to your mind? An effective tool should have a good internet presence, which enables malware

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Facbook tweaks News Feed again 0

As more and more people are watching “Facebook Live Videos,” the social networking giant has pushed its live video feature to top of its News Feed. The company is considering

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Idea may have to pay Rs 496-crore tax for Videocon’s 4G airwaves 0

The government’s budget proposal to levy service tax on spectrum trading deals could compel Idea Cellular, India’s No. 3 telco, to fork out Rs 496 crore to the government for

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Telcos to challenge HC order in Supreme Court over compensation for call drops 0

Mobile operators are ready to challenge a Delhi High Court order in Supreme Court over compensating consumers for call drops, but are taking a cautious approach to first double-check the

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UK government revises draft internet spy law after criticism 0

The British government says it has amended a proposed internet surveillance law to strengthen privacy protections after criticism from lawmakers. Home secretary Theresa May published the Investigatory Powers Bill on

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Why Budget 2016 offers little cheer for telecom sector 0

Nation’s hero Shaheed Bhagat Singh once said: “Bombs and pistols do not make a revolution. The sword of revolution is sharpened on the whetting-stone of ideas”. With a promising growth

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