Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational software corporation.
The gradual advancement in the field of science has led to the development of new technologies that contribute a lot in solving complex tasks.
The use of analog technology and physical switches are still prevailing in the phone network of the nation, thereby supporting POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service).With the advancement in technology use
The HBO GO app has recently been updated with Google Chromecast streaming support on Android and iOS.
According to a latest report, the web portal Yahoo has recently added a sum of $5 billion in its stock-buyback plan and has been able to return more cash to its shareholders.
For second continuous week, Call of Duty has secured the position of the UK Video Game Chart No. 1 spot. It is despite the fact that there has been a fall of 76% in sales week-on-week.
Game maker Blizzard is going to create history by expanding its massively multiplayer online role-playing game for the fifth time. The game has been titled as World of Warcraft.
According to a new study, online daters generally prefer dating with people who do not belong to their race or culture, even though they end up communicating within their race initially.
As per a latest report, Square Enix is the upcoming foray into the world of cloud gaming. It is not like the earlier systems but is something different from them as it points at the Project Flare.
Samsung's new tablet -- which is officially dubbed the Galaxy Note 10.1- 2014 Edition -- is set to hit the US markets on Thursday; with the base model of the device to be priced at $550.
Steve Jobs was the man who led Apple to become the most valuable company in the world.
Internet costs could see a cut of 30% of monthly income to five percent in poor countries. Well, this is what the alliance for Affordable Internet is aiming for.
It has been affirmed lately by the data protection watchdog of France that the US giant Google would be sued by it for it has shown failure to abide by national privacy guidelines.
It might be hard for BlackBerry Ltd., but it is true that the company has been slashing 4,500 jobs. Not only this, it has been taking other actions for the betterment of the company.
Hiroshi Yamauchi, the prominent Japanese businessman, died at the age of 85.
Twitter made an announcement on Thursday through a tweet that it has initiated the process to be a stock offering company in the tech sector.
Angry Birds Star Wars 2 game is ready to go on its go. The official gameplay trailer has been posted by Rovio, a report has newly unfolded.
A total of 12 men have been arrested recently by police force in London. All of them have been accused of giving a try to lacerate into Banco Santander SA (SAN) computers.
According to a new report by researcher IDC, tablet-computer shipments will go ahead of personal computers for the first time in the fourth quarter.
Focus Home Interactive and Cyanide Studio are looking forward to come up with something different about Space Hulk.
Increase in amount of carbon dioxide levels in water has turned out to be cause of stress in fishes. As per Scripps Institution of Oceanography new release, the carbon emitted by man is causing the ocean's pH to fall down. This results in increased acidity.
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Love for the country and the sacrifices he has made for his nation made him express a wish which he could not speak but his lips said correctly that he didn't want to die, said General Jose Ornella at the death of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez...
UK's consumer confidence has been fuelled after the price of petrol has been cut to the lowest level this year. From this morning, the price has been reduced by 2p a liter by Asda. It has set a national cap of 126.7p a liter for unleaded and 133....
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