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Bhanu Jamwal

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Living in Aldine, TX, he writes about Mac, iOS, Android and IT Hardware. Apart from writing on The Next Digit, he is also an expert in providing valuable seminars on IT Peripherals and IT Security. All posts by Bhanu

Microsoft’s $7.2 billion Nokia deal is accomplished

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Microsoft and Nokia’s $ 7.2 billion deal is now complete. By this, Microsoft takes up Nokia’s devices and services – the transaction news was confirmed by Nokia at a press release. Nokia expects a little higher final price tag to be given, than when the deal was initiated last September, saying transaction was subject potential to purchase price adjustments. The adjustments ...

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Facebook announces FB Newswire for Journos, no filtering available

Trying to deliver more important news resources, Facebook is providing a brand new tool that will post real-time content related to the day’s news – FB Newswire. On Thursday, the company has launched FB Newswire – a product of a partnership with News Corp-owned Storyful – with the intention to make it more convenient for journalists and newsrooms to find, ...

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Vic Gundotra, Chief of Google+ social network says “Good Bye” to Google

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The man behind creation of the successful social network Google+ is leaving the company after working for it for eight continues years, said good bye in his “And then” post in Google+. Gundotra led the Google’s social networking service Google+, aggressively. Not revealing about his future plans, Gundotra said in his post in Google+ that it is time to start a new journey. ...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Gionee Elife E7 – Battle of 16MP cameras

Samsung S5 is not alone with 16 MP camera sensor, but also Gionee and Micromax have the 16 MP camera. Gionee’s Elife E7 and Micromax’s Canvas Knight are the handsets based on second-gen BSI sensor. Let’s compare the camera quality of two smartphones – Galaxy S5 and Elife E7, having 16 MP sensor, having CMOS technology to see which is ...

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Dell Venue 8 PRO: An 8-inch Windows 8 tablet you would want to buy

Dell Venue 8 PRO

Dell has launched an 8-inch, Windows-powered Venue 8 Pro tablet recently, to compete with Apple’s iPad mini tablet by aiming to please the Windows users. Dell Venue 8 PRO tablet, with Windows 8.1 and Office and Home Student 2013, gives you versatile PC experience. Apple’s iPad is most sought out among tablets, but if you are looking for a tablet ...

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Google updates Hangouts app With merged SMS Conversations

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Google has updated its Hangouts app for Android to version 2.1, where it merged the hangout with SMS conversations in a single page. With the new version of the messaging app, the user can choose between Hangout and SMS for sending a message. Apple has this approach through iMessage, where Facebook also has this feature on its Messenger application. The user ...

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Facebook detects close friends’ location using phone numbers

We may have many or all of our friends in Facebook, but we don’t know how to trace them. Here Facebook has come up with a new app, which detects our friends in our mobile’s contacts and give us his/her exact location. So far, this works only in United States. This mobile application is added to both iOS and Android app markets ...

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