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Google Plans To Buy Mobile Payment Company Softcard

by DRajon January 29, 2015
Softcard is a mobile payment company which is troubled nowadays and that is a reason why many potential buyers are planning to take over Softcard. Google, the tech giant is also planning the same. Google is interested in buying payment groups which are relatively small which are controlled by Telecom companies of US. Google is [...]

Federal Appeals Court Rejects San Jose’s Antitrust Case Against MLB

by Ranjan Yadavon January 26, 2015
Federal Appeals Court Rejects San Jose’s Antitrust Case Against MLB. A ruling of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals didn’t consider San Jose’s claims that baseball’s refusal to let the A’s to move to a downtown ballpark breaches federal antitrust laws. The appeals court stated that baseball’s age-old exemption from antitrust laws forecloses San Jose’s [...]


Google, Apple, Adobe & Intel Ink $415m ‘Non-Poaching’ Settlement

by Ranjan Yadavon January 26, 2015
Google, Apple, Adobe & Intel ink $415m ‘non-poaching’ settlement. World’s top four technology firms Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe have reached to a settlement of a class action case that alleged they conspired holding down salaries. The case alleged that the tech giants agreed to resist from poaching staff from either of the companies. This, [...]
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Five Ways that Voice over LTE will Change the Phone Call Experience

by Gizmoration January 21, 2015
An increasing number of wireless operators are currently offering an upgrade to traditional voice services. For the network operators, it makes sense to switch from an old-fashioned 2G infrastructure to a more cost effective wireless network. A voice over LTE service allows operators to transmit voice services over the data network in the same way [...]


FCC Filing Shows That Sprint is A Supporter of Net Neutrality

by Gizmoration January 17, 2015
Supporters of net neutrality got a boost from an unlikely source on Friday as telecom giant Sprint stated in a letter to the FCC that it would support so-called “Title II” regulation, which is the only legal tool that the agency can use to ensure internet providers can’t favor some websites over others. “So long as the FCC [...]

RadioShack Rumored To File For Bankruptcy in February

by Gizmoration January 17, 2015
According to a Wall Street Journal report citing unnamed sources, the cash-poor retailer could submit its filing as soon as February 2015. A RadioShack spokesperson e-mailed Ars to say, “We decline to comment except to say that RadioShack has not confirmed any of the information that is being reported.” The Texas-based firm did not deny the Journal’s report, however. The [...]

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Google Play Store Has Now More Apps Than Apple’s iTunes

by Gizmoration January 16, 2015
Apple’s App Store. Google Play ended 2014 with 1.43 million apps, compared to App Store’s 1.21 million apps. According to appFigures, for the first time Google Play has outnumbered App Store. In a report titled “App Stores Growth Accelerates in 2014″, the company has published a growth chart showing how the three major app stores [...]
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APAC Online Games Revenue Projected At $30bn In 2018

by Ranjan Yadavon January 13, 2015
APAC online games revenue is anticipated to reach $30.39bn in 2018 according to a recent statement by the IDC. Asia-Pacific for that reason will be accounting for over 335.88 million online gamers in 2018, amongst which 150 million will be paid gamers. This is due to the thriving market owing to enhanced mobile gaming and [...]
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Apple Clears iPod Anticompetitive Conduct Litigation

by Ranjan Yadavon January 6, 2015
Apple Inc. has recently won over the antitrust charge of having illegally stopping the iPod iTunes users from playing music from services other than iTunes on their iPods. Apple has challenged the century old notion that “big” is deemed to be bad for consumers and that “competition” is always good. Apple has in fact succeeded highly [...]


Noovo, is A Unique Startup That Builds Your Brand

by Ranjan Yadavon January 3, 2015
Noovo founded by A Ein, is a brand building startup campaigned on the crowdfunding portal, Indiegogo. Launched and started being active since, though not officially incorporated yet, the end of September, 2014, Noovo is a brand building company, providing consulting, research, design, and publishing services to brands internationally. Noovo defines brand image as the personality [...]
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LG and Samsung Plan For Bendable and Curved Displays

by DRajon December 30, 2014
CES 2014 is the first exhibition of foldable screen technology showcased by Samsung. One day these technologies might give us a direct access to TV tablets and mobile under single device.  Samsung and LG, the Korean tech giants are already planning and working in this field and Samsung recently released a folded edge mobile. These [...]

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Apple, Sony, Microsoft Sold Off Smartphone Patents For $900M

by DRajon December 25, 2014
Apple along with other tech giant companies sold off their smartphone patents for $900 million to clearing house, the new owner of these patents announced it on Tuesday. The Apple led Rockstar Consortium which also includes Microsoft, Blackberry, Ericssion and Sony sold their patents, which are initially purchased at $4.5 billion four years ago to [...]

Economics Of Information And Its Versatile Applications

by Ranjan Yadavon December 25, 2014
The situations of asymmetric information, where one economic agent knows something that another agent doesn’t, represent the core of information economics. The study of Information Economics represents how information affects an economy and economic decisions, e.g., a worker might have a better idea of his capabilities than his employer does; managers know more about investment [...]


Consumer Data Security and Wearables to Drive Growth

by Ranjan Yadavon December 23, 2014
Consumer of the generation next is open to sharing personal information when they are assured and convinced that they are getting comparable value against doing so. Sharing personal information without consent and that too for dubious reasons is not poised to be welcomed by consumers of future. Paying with cash doesn’t always lead to the [...]

Xiaomi Raises $1B In Fresh Funding, Valued At $45B

by Ranjan Yadavon December 23, 2014
Xiaomi, the Apple of China and the world’s third-biggest smartphone maker in Q3 2014 as per the IDC, has recently raised $1 billion at a $45 billion valuation, as reported by the Wall Street Journal. The investors include Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC that values the smartphone giant at over $45 billion. If the rising [...]

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Cool Film Gadgets in Real Life

by Gizmoration December 18, 2014
One of the best things about watching a film is feeling like you’re immersed in that world. Be it sci-fi, action, comedy, romance, or any other genre, the mark of a quality film is its ability to draw you in and make you believe you’re part of that experience. But then the lights come up, [...]

Dropbox Releases Desktop Office Collaboration Tool

by RJ Kon December 14, 2014
Dropbox, the cloud storage and sync pioneer, has rolled out its collaboration plug-in for the desktop versions of Microsoft Office. This release is named as Project Harmony and has been made available in early access for the business customers of Dropbox. Early access means that the plug-in is still in development stage and the final [...]

Microsoft Gives Outlook a Mobile Advantage With Acompli

by RJ Kon December 13, 2014
Microsoft has been keen in developing and updating its services to provide the best user experience. Recently it has been achieving its goals through its mobile apps by having most of the functionalities even on the mobile platform. Development of mobile apps is different from that of desktop apps. Microsoft Outlook is one of the [...]

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“Innovators’ Collective” New Section Debuts on eBay

by Dharti Shahon December 6, 2014
eBay has rolled out a new product category on its U.S. marketplace which features a collection lifestyle products and other items from companies ranging from emerging small businesses fresh off a crowdfunding round to larger, better-known tech brands like Nest, keeping in mind the few weeks of holiday shopping remaining. Called the “Innovators Collective,” this [...]

Nokia To Hit New Asian Markets in 2015

by RJ Kon November 24, 2014
Nokia just sold its handsets market to Microsoft and now it comes up with something new for itself. The company plans to launch a 7.9 inch tablet next year in the biggest market of world, China.The Finnish company always made its mark since its launch in 19th century as a paper manufacturer. The Apple manufacturer, Taiwan-based Foxconn, will [...]