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Siri’s Fellow-Software Trapit Gets $6.2 Million In Series A Funding By Horizons

Siri’s Fellow-Software Trapit Gets $6.2 Million In Series A Funding By Horizons

Trapit is a very unique web search tool. It makes the web-searching experience much more personalized for you by bringing you content that is unique and relevant to your search terms. It’s been hailed as a sibling of Siri because both of them were created at the same AI project. In the latest news on Trapit, this tool has raised $6.2 million from Hong-Kong based Horizons Ventures. Trapit intends to use it to expand it’s scope and R & B operations.

By On January 7, 2012 Respond
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China Telecom Intends To Expand Network In Germany, France and US

China Telecom Intends To Expand Network In Germany, France and US

China Telecom (CT), the world’s largest CDMA mobile operator plans to expand its network footprint in US and Europe. Though wireless assets are secured in the UK, our Friend Bloomberg reports that France and Germany is their next target. It’s vision is to be more Familiar with own Country’s people with native network along with low cost, as Chinese peoples are wriggling all over the world, mostly in Western Europe.

By On January 6, 2012 Respond
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Internet Explorer Top Browser Of 2011, Followed By Firefox And Chrome

Internet Explorer Top Browser Of 2011, Followed By Firefox And Chrome

Peoples’ usage on Internet Browsers have led Microsoft’s official Web Browser ‘Internet Explorer (IE)’ on top in 2011. Through many ups and downs, Google’s Web Browser Google Chrome and Firefox hangs on 2nd and 3rd position respectively. It appears that Web Browsers are Fighting for something special. And Google Chrome is gaining market share first. Check details data and stat below.

By On January 5, 2012 Respond
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Apple Celebrates Red Friday To Commemorate Year Of The Dragon

Apple Celebrates Red Friday To Commemorate Year Of The Dragon

The Christmas celebrations bring with them, special treats from Apple. From special discounts to free content on App Store, Apple is known for it’s Christmas charm. And this year, the charm has extended to the celebration of ‘Year of the Dragon’ which will be celebrated in China and other neighbouring countries. On this occasion, Apple has decided to celebrate ‘Red Friday’ with special offers for customers from China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Philippines.

By On January 4, 2012 Respond
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Run Full-Screen iOS Apps On Your Apple TV

Run Full-Screen iOS Apps On Your Apple TV

With the untethered jailbreak of iOS 5.0.1 by Pod2g, things have been rolling. The untethered jailbreak is being deployed to all iOS devices as well as all the popular software that are used for jailbreaking. The latest in the series of awesome exploits uncovered by this untethered jailbreak is this: now you can run iOS apps on Apple TV!! This is undoubtedly one of the coolest exploits as a result of Pod2g’s hard work.

By On January 3, 2012 Respond
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Verizon Backs Off From Plans Of Imposing $2 Fee On Payment

Verizon Backs Off From Plans Of Imposing $2 Fee On Payment

While more and more carriers and telecom companies are offering free online payment services, Verizon had apparently decided to do the reverse. It didn’t charge any fee on online and mobile payments done through Verizon but then, according to a document leaked, it had decided to start charging customers $2 per month fee for online bill payments. Luckily, Verizon backed off this plan after a rather severe backlash online and announced that it won’t be imposing the fee.

By On January 1, 2012 Respond
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Holiday Best-seller Products At Amazon And Newegg

Holiday Best-seller Products At Amazon And Newegg

Amazon and Newegg are the among the leading retailers in the US. Amazon continues to take the crown of being the top retailer while Newegg comes in second, although it was launched as recent as 2001. The holidays is the hottest season for nearly all online retailers with the sales boasted significantly throughout the winter holidays. Here we have the list of items which were the hottest sales during holidays on Amazon as well as Newegg.

By On December 31, 2011 Respond
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Break Up Of Sony And Samsung’s Joint VentureS-LCD for $939 Million

Break Up Of Sony And Samsung’s Joint VentureS-LCD for $939 Million

Finally, Sony and Samsung have decided to break up their 7 Years friendly relationship of S-LCD. S-LCD Corporation is the joint venture of The Japanese Entertainment and Electronics Giant Sony Corp and South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. whose vision was to create a new defination of LCD TV.

By On December 29, 2011 Respond
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China Launches Super Fast Test Train Capable Of Travelling 310 MPH

China Launches Super Fast Test Train Capable Of Travelling 310 MPH

Though in February 2011, Liu Zhijun, former Railways Ministry chief of China, was accused of pocketing $122 million USD and subsequently terminated from his position from corruption charges and in July 2011, a collision between two high-speed trains in Wenzhou killed at least 40 people and injured another 210, for which, construction of new high-speed trains in China had been Halt nearly, this past weekend, China’s largest train provider CSR Corp Ltd. launched a new high speed test train, which is able to cross 310 mile (500 Kilometer) per hour. New shape, design, technology, all in one in this train has been made to resemble an ancient Chinese sword.

By On December 29, 2011 Respond
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Mobile Broadband Technology Transforms the Way We Work and Play

Mobile Broadband Technology Transforms the Way We Work and Play

With every single day, the technology undergoes many changes and is providing better conveniences for people. Information technology is considered one of the competent factors. One great revolution is mobile broadband, that people considers as a real boon for bringing everyone closer. Gone are the days when people had to be in their office or home to be in touch with communication, information or even work via internet.

By On December 27, 2011 Respond
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iWatch – Apple Likely To Launch A Wrist Watch Soon

iWatch – Apple Likely To Launch A Wrist Watch Soon

Imagine sitting at your sofa, lounging comfortably, wearing a cute, nifty watch. Through this watch, you talk to your very own personal assistant, Siri, and then use Siri to access content from iCloud to your iPhone, iPad or iMac. You may even transfer data from these devices to iCloud and have it stored there. Or, once Apple launches it’s TV, stream data through Siri on your watch to be displayed on your Apple TV. Analysts are of the view that Apple may launch just such an iWatch in the coming days.

By On December 26, 2011 4 Responses
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Apple And Samsung – Allies And Enemies Both

Apple And Samsung – Allies And Enemies Both

We have been covering the Apple vs Samsung legal war for some time and we stated time and again that it’s strange that two tech giants, who greatly depend on each other for their overall growth, are also at the same time engaged in legal battles. Especially with Samsung supplying the A5 chip and other key components for iPhone 4, Apple greatly depends on the former for it’s products. Given below is a teardown analysis of what percentage of iPhone 4 does Samsung contribute.

By On December 26, 2011 Respond
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GoDaddy Continues It’s Official Support For SOPA

GoDaddy Continues It’s Official Support For SOPA

It seems like the web hosting giant, GoDaddy, hasn’t taken a hint from the outcry that had ensued when it announced that it was supporting SOPA. Even when it immediately started damage control when people starting quitting the use of it’s services and released statements that it no longer supports SOPA, the fact is that so far, no official step has been taken by GoDaddy to formally quit support for SOPA.

By On December 26, 2011 Respond
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Why Should Google Take A Stand Against Verizon Over Wallet?

Why Should Google Take A Stand Against Verizon Over Wallet?

Over the years Verizon wireless has been a significant supporter for the smartphones and various other devices from Google’s Android software. But recently, the relationship between both the companies seems to have gone more complex than it appears. Google has withdrawn a significant feature of wireless payment system from a phone that was expected to be an innovative introduction particularly made for Verizon’s network. This feature is Google Wallet and it’s said that it’s appearing to be an obvious competition to a service that is not only being developed by Verizon but also by two of the other mobile networks. Although Verizon has already denied about it blocking the application but it still can – is the foremost reason behind the support shown to the broader federal rules.

By On December 25, 2011 Respond
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60 Seconds Make A Lot Of Difference In The Tech World

60 Seconds Make A Lot Of Difference In The Tech World

According to a latest infographic that was based on what happens in the tech world, a number of startling revelations have come to fore. So much happens within sixty seconds that you may be forced to believe that sixty seconds are very significant indeed. From Apple’s sales every 60 seconds to the total computers purchased every sixty seconds, it’s all in here.

By On December 25, 2011 Respond
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