Yahoo To Announce Q2 Earnings One Day After Appointing New CEO

Yahoo Makes A Deal With Mozilla To Drive Google Out of Race

by RJ Kon November 23, 2014
Yahoo is making moves to increase its search market share through various investments, acquisitions and deals. One such recent deal was between the internet giant and the web browser Firefox maker Mozilla Corp. According to the deal Yahoo will be made the default search engine for the web browser in the US. The idea of […]
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How The Unified Communications Is Changing The Workforce

by Gizmoration November 20, 2014
Is your business considering deploying a cloud-based communication tool? While the benefits far outweigh the costs, you still may have lot of unanswered questions that need to be addressed. First of all, how will this tool affect your workplace? Following the introduction of unified communications as a whole, this tool has quickly established itself as […]

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For Both Business & Home: Top Tips for Buying Best Printer Ever

by Gizmoration November 15, 2014
It wasn’t that long ago that the first inkjet printer was noisily struggling to produce a blistering two pages per minute, but printer technology has really moved on and you can get a decent printer with good features for a reasonable price. There are many things to consider when you are trying to work out […]
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OnePlus Sells 500k Devices With A $300 Marketing Budget

by DRajon November 9, 2014
When it comes to smartphone industry, advertising is the best and most costly expenditure any company faces. We already know Chinese smart phone manufacturer which is named as a flagship killer, OnePlus recently released it budget for marketing which is just  $300 .Samsung almost spends millions only in advertising and marketing which is what makes […]


Microsoft – Dropbox Aims to Improve Integration of Office and Dropbox

by RJ Kon November 5, 2014
The recent announcements reveal that Dropbox and Microsoft Office are pairing up to integrate Microsoft Office with the cloud-storage platform more closely than any other save Microsoft’s own OneDrive service. This partnering allows the users to access Dropbox directly from Office apps and edit Office files from the Dropbox app. Dropbox and OneDrive has been […]

Google Gets New Product Chief, Sundar Pichai

by RJ Kon October 29, 2014
Google a giant company which has many divisions and numerous products, which is why it becomes difficult to handle them. To tackle this, Mr. Larry Page , chief executive of Google has promoted Mr.Sundar Pichai to oversee every major Google products except YouTube. This move to promote Mr. Sundar Pichai by Mr. Page will let […]

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Amazon Is Opening a Store in NYC, Not Really for Shopping

by RJ Kon October 12, 2014
Amazon is opening a store, a physical store. This is like a dream to many of us, amazon opening a store to showcase its products for shopping. It had to happen, that’s what The Wall Street Journal is reporting citing unnamed sources. The Journal adds that the physical store location across from the Empire State […]

Symantec May Split in Two, According to a Report

by RJ Kon October 10, 2014
Earlier this week HP has confirmed its split into two divisions for its own betterment. Following its lead the security firm Symantec has also might have made the decision to split. Reports for Bloomberg suggested that the security giant tech may split in two. The report cited unnamed people connected and with knowledge of the […]

EU to Probe Amazon Over Luxembourg Tax Deal

by RJ Kon October 8, 2014
European regulators are scrutinizing tax deal between Luxembourg and Amazon which may amount to “illegal state aid,” reports suggest. According to the financial times, the EU’s Competition Commission is on the verge of launching an intense probe into the country’s tax arrangements with the online retail giant. The publication says that a 2003 arrangement may […]


HP Splits Into Two, Aims to Regain the Top Position

by RJ Kon October 7, 2014
The recent revelations from the reports of The Wall Street Journal indicate the break up of Hewlett-Packard business sectors. The business would be segmented into two, one focusing on PCs and Printers and the other on corporate products and services.The new HP PC and Printers division include PCs, tablets, printers and other accessories. HP, the world’s-second […]
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Killer Alternatives to Skype for Online Meetings

by Gizmoration September 11, 2014
Let’s be frank, Skype is fantastic for one-on-one interactions or discussing business amongst a small group of colleagues. The problem with Microsoft’s voice-and-video chat software appears when you attempt to do anything other than talk to a handful of people –it gets overwhelmed with messages and voices too quick for much sense to be made […]


Microsoft To Acquire Maker of Minecraft, Mojang for $2 Billion

by RJ Kon September 11, 2014
It is reported that the tech giant Microsoft is in advanced talks to acquire the maker of the most interesting game Minecraft. The deal is worth more thatn $2 billion. The sources say that the move was intended to make the most popular games from this maker to be available for the computer giant’s family […]
Yahoo To Announce Q2 Earnings One Day After Appointing New CEO

Yahoo Acquires New Platform to Aid the Ailing Ad Business

by RJ Kon September 7, 2014
Yahoo, the tech giant is definitely focused to bring the fame for its once-mighty ad business. For this it has acquired the startup Luminate, a  service that focuses on advertising on top of online images. The Internet giant is making all the possible attempts in order to gain a huge business. The acquisition was confirmed by […]

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Infographic: 5 Steps to Achieving PCI Compliance

by Gizmoration September 4, 2014
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard was instituted to guarantee data security in companies dealing with sensitive information. While the process should be relatively simple and pain-free to achieve, many businesses, whether large or small, struggle with compliance. This can leave their information and customers vulnerable to any possible security problems. With the recent […]
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Choosing the Right Property for Your Business or Startup

by Gizmoration September 4, 2014
They say that moving home can be one of the most stressful things a person can do, so it follows that moving into new commercial premises can be quite daunting as well. There are things you can do to make it less worrying. What Do You Need? As with residential property, there might be some […]

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Plasticity Labs Raises $2.1mil To Boost Employee Morale

by Ranjan Yadavon August 30, 2014
Plasticity Labs, a company that utilizes data analytics to gauge workplace morale, has announced that it has raised $2.1 million led by Fibernetics Ventures. The funds will be primarily used for sales and development. Plasticity Labs is a single, integrated, mobile and web app, changing the way organizations of all sizes measure, manage and stimulate […]

Tencent, Baidu, Wanda in $814M JV to Compete Alibaba

by Ranjan Yadavon August 30, 2014
Tencent and Baidu, the Chinese Internet biggies have joined with real estate giant Wanda to form an RMB 5 billion or around $814 million e-commerce joint venture to compete Alibaba. Wanda, a real estate and movie theatre chain group, is poised to hold a 70 percent stake, whereas Tencent and Baidu will each embrace 15 […]

Pluralsight Raises $135mn, Valuation Imminent $1bn

by Ranjan Yadavon August 28, 2014
Pluralsight, the online technology training service has raised a gigantic $135 million in new financing as it aims to consolidate its position as a key player in personal and professional continuing IT education. “We believe in the vision we have of democratizing professional education,” opines Pluralsight chief executive Aaron Skonnard to TechCrunch’s Jonathan Shieber, and […]


Snapchat Inc. Valued at $10bn by Kleiner Perkins

by Ranjan Yadavon August 28, 2014
Snapchat, a photo messaging application founded by Stanford grads, Evan Spiegel and Jonathan May in 2011, has received a valuation of $10bn. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers has agreed to invest in the fast-growing instant message service. Kleiner Perkins has put Snapchat among most valuable start-ups. Snapchat first launched in July 2011 with the name Picaboo […]
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Top Ink Saving Laser Printers for Smart Offices

by Gizmoration August 27, 2014
Top ink saving printers for smart offices Printers are an integral part of any office. In a world where all information and nearly all work is done online, printing out you material for submission becomes the only way to have a physical copy of your work. An office typically processes a large volume of work […]