Thursday, January 17, 2013

Orange says has it has forced Google to pay for traffic/Acer launches Google Nexus 7 rival Iconia B1 at Rs 7,999.

Orange says has it has forced Google to pay for traffic
News PictureThe Head of the Orange said on Wednesday it had been able to impose a deal on Google for generating vast amounts of traffic on its telecoms networks. 

Orange CEO Stephane Richard said on France's BFMBusin..more
Acer launches Google Nexus 7 rival Iconia B1 at Rs 7,999
News Picture Acer today announced the launch of Iconia B1, its 7-inch tablet unveiled at CES 2013, in India. This device is touted as a GoogleNexus 7 rival and costs Rs 7,999 in the country, thus stepping into the territory captured by Microm..more
Aaron Swartz's suicide: Computer crimes statute blamed
News PictureAs funeral services were held for internet activist Aaron Swartz, the debate intensified over what some called a "draconian" US computer crime law used by allegedly overzealous prosecutors.

An online petition calling for the..more
Facebook rolls out friends-based search product to take on Google
News PictureFacebook Inc took the wraps off a new search tool on Tuesday that lets people trawl their network of friends to find everything from restaurants to movie recommendations, an improvement that's likely to increase competition with review websites ..more
Facebook's new search feature will reveal only 'shared' results
News Picture Facebook Inc CEO Mark Zuckerbergsaid on Tuesday the No. 1 social network's new search fea
ture will initially focus on helping users sort through photographs, people, places and other content that has been shared with them.&..more

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