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Indore-Patna Express Derailment: WhatsApp Being Used by Doctors to Find Kin of Survivors

Indore-Patna Express Derailment: WhatsApp Being Used by Doctors to Find Kin of Survivors Eight-year-old Sejal Yadav was pulled from the wreckage of a derailed train in northern India and rushed alone to hospital. Hours later she was reunited with her brother – thanks to WhatsApp. As survivors were rescued from the mangled carriages of the Indore-Patna Express on Sunday, many ... Read More »

Video Will Be 79 Percent of Online Traffic by 2018, Says Cisco

If you’re not using online video to market your small business or brand, you’re likely missing out on a lot of traffic. And now is probably a good time to get started. A new study from Cisco, the company’s VNI Global IP Traffic and Service Adoption Forecasts, 2013–2018, reveals this. The study says that by 2018, 79 percent of all Internet traffic will ... Read More »

Video Will Be 79 Percent of Online Traffic by 2018, Says Cisco

  If you’re not using online video to market your small business or brand, you’re likely missing out on a lot of traffic. And now is probably a good time to get started. A new study from Cisco, the company’s VNI Global IP Traffic and Service Adoption Forecasts, 2013–2018, reveals this. The study says that by 2018, 79 percent of all Internet traffic ... Read More »

Vivo Says Will Double India Manufacturing Capacity by Next Year

Vivo Says Will Double India Manufacturing Capacity by Next Year HIGHLIGHTS Vivo India announced its new smartphone V5 at Rs. 17,980 The company has said to increase its India manufacturing capacity Vivo India currently has its manufacturing facility in Greater Noida Buoyed by increasing demand, Chinese handset vendor Vivo on Tuesday said it is planning to double its manufacturing capacity ... Read More »

PhotoScan by Google for Android and iPhone Wants to Help Digitise Your Old Photos

PhotoScan by Google for Android and iPhone Wants to Help Digitise Your Old Photos Google wants to make digitizing your many boxes of old photo prints as easy as opening an app. The PhotoScan app for iPhones and Android phones will use the phone’s camera to capture an old photo in four sections and stitch them together, much like a ... Read More »

Modular phones: A dilemma that has been bolted on by phone makers

Moto Z A brainchild of Google, the modular smartphone concept also known as Project Ara first surfaced in 2013. Three years down the line and many prototypes, all we know is that Ara remained delayed. Eventually, enough was enough and Google decided to suspend the idea of making modular phones by itself in September 2016. Instead, the company will be ... Read More »

Review: Amkette Trubeats Sonix T30 is bettering its rivals, by some margin

Amkette Trubeats Sonix T30 is ideal and adequate for causal personal listening Click here for enlarge Portable Bluetooth speakers with compact form factor, multiple playback options and in-built battery are very popular with youngsters. They are easy to carry around, clutter-free to use and work with all Bluetooth-based smartphones, tablets and laptops. Delhi-based company Amkette has a new compact speaker ... Read More »

Small Business Failure Rates by Industry: The Real Numbers

“Mamas don’t let your babies grow up to start construction companies,” could be the first line of a country song about new small business failure rates. Five years after starting, the share of mining companies remaining alive is nearly 15 percentage points higher than the fraction of construction businesses still in operation (52.3 percent versus 36.4 percent). Five Year Survival ... Read More »

Online Privacy May Be Boosted by New US FCC Data Rules

New privacy rules may make it easier to escape at least some online tracking. The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday approved rules that require Internet service providers like Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to ask customers’ permission to use or share much of their data. That could potentially make it harder for them to build advertising businesses that could serve as ... Read More »

Google, YouTube Directed to Provide User Details by Madras High Court

The Madras High Court has directed Google and its subsidiary YouTube to provide details, including identity and address, of a user ‘Marupakkam Seithigal’, who posted a video content dubbed defamatory by petitioner Lebara Foundation. The court dismissed an appeal by Google and YouTube against the order of a single judge who directed them to disclose the IP address and other ... Read More »