Author: Miles

Social media platforms present voluntary code of ethics

March 23, 2019

Platforms like Facebook, Google and Twitter would act against paid advertisements that violate the Election Commission norms, the IAMAI said.  Image for representation The ‘Voluntary Code of Ethics for the General Election 2019’ was presented by social media platforms and the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) to the Election Commission (EC) and came […]

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Welcome to the Gadget Bridge App for Android users

March 23, 2019

Today is a momentous day for YA Media Networks as the company has launched its first Media app catering to an audience who want to read the latest news from the world of technology and gadgets called Gadget Bridge. The new-age news app has everything from the GadgetBridge.com website in a fluid mobile-friendly interface. The articles […]

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Some Other Games That A Good Rummy Player May Enjoy Equally

March 23, 2019

People in different parts of India enjoy different variations of rummy card game. The beauty of this game is that it is easy to learn as well as teach. People who love rummy tend to love some other games too. Here we have listed out which other games may interest people who enjoy indian rummy […]

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Our Expectations Of Software Have Changed — It’s Time UX Caught Up

March 22, 2019

Last year, I argued that many enterprise software vendors are missing the point when it comes to user experience. They aim to embrace user expectations by providing a user interface that looks good on the surface without considering how people want to work with it. Here, I want to take that thinking to the next […]

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Ring in spring with Istanbul festivals

March 22, 2019

From foodies to martial arts enthusiasts, Istanbulites will celebrate the coming of spring with a variety of festivals In the weeks to come, Istanbul will host a number of wonderful feasting, fun and lifestyle festivals, which will make you want to get out there and literally try something new. A feast of colors at the […]

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Samsung Galaxy A40 With 19:9 Infinity-U Display, Dual Rear Cameras Goes Up for Pre-Orders: Price, Specifications

March 20, 2019

Samsung Galaxy A40 has been launched in the Netherlands. The new Galaxy A-series model, which was initially a part of rumours and leaks, is available for pre-orders on Dutch online store Belsimpel.nl. However, the phone is expected to launch globally on April 10. Highlights of the Galaxy A40 include its ‘Infinity-U Display’ panel, dual rear […]

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Life After Facebook: The Untold Story Of Billionaire Eduardo Saverin’s Highly Networked Venture Firm

March 20, 2019

When Eduardo Saverin greets entrepreneurs who come to visit him in his eighth-floor offices at the Singapore Land Tower, the 36-year-old knows he’ll get asked the question. The Facebook question. The cofounder of the social media giant is not only one of the world’s youngest billionaires (net worth: $10 billion), but also something of a household name after […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Put All Your Focus on Only One Social Media Network

March 17, 2019

It happens here and there – Facebook goes down, Instagram goes down, then everyone runs to Twitter to figure out what the heck is going on. Last week, we experienced this again, with both Instagram and Facebook going down for 10+ hours, and sparking panic among many brands and influencers who now rely on these platforms […]

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Microsoft Introduces Windows 7 Update Charges And Upgrade Pop-Ups

March 17, 2019

Microsoft has announced is will start taking payments for ongoing Windows 7 support STEVE KOTECKI Spotted by the ever-alert Mark Wyciślik-Wilson for BetaNews, Microsoft has used blog post promoting its Microsoft 365 subscription service to quietly announce it will start taking payments for extended security support for Windows 7 users at the end of the month. Why pay? Because […]

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Polls during Ramzan: Yogi Adityanath says festivals can’t hinder voting

March 12, 2019

Yogi Adityanath LUCKNOW: A day after cleric Khalid Rasheed Firangi Mahali objected to poll dates falling during the month of Ramzan, the Election Commission of India said on Monday that election process cannot be held back for a month. Mahali had on Sunday said that the polling period from May 6 to 19 will cause difficulty to […]

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