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Google has discovered an overabundance of pictures of flowers, adorable babies, birds and sunsets sent along with cheery Good Morning messages in India
Honda maintains its grasp of the Indian scooter market
The world watched 91,980,225,000 videos last year on PornHub alone. That’s 12.5 videos for every person on the planet, but we’re still afraid to talk about it.
As Google joined race in the premium smartphone segment by launching Pixel last year, Apple and Samsung, the two segment leaders, took immediate note of it.
People might be hooked onto various on-demand services for entertainment content, but television remains the primary viewing device for consumers across Asia Pacific, according to a report.
After struggling to sell Windows smartphones for quite some time, Microsoft has finally admitted that the software giant will no longer develop new features or hardware for Windows 10 mobiles.
Apple's upcoming iPhone will be called the "iPhone X" and is expected to be priced at nearly $1,000.
Vivek Oberoi says he is choosy about the work he does as he likes to distribute his time between family and his philanthropical activities.
BlackBerry 'KEYone', introduced earlier this year by Chinese firm TCL, has now been launched in India.
Emoji fans around the world celebrated World Emoji Day by setting the world’s first Guinness World Record title for the largest gathering of people dressed as emoji faces
Cells engineered to produce insulin under the command of a smartphone helped keep blood sugar levels within normal limits
Research results shows that American teenagers visit Instagran and Snapchat more than Facebook
Sticking around with their smartphones are actually helping many to stay away from drugs
Restaurant meals may cause 60 per cent risk of overeating
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