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Biggest update of Minecraft Console Edition

Although the last big releases of the year have finally hit the shelves both digital and physical, that has not stopped developers from releasing new content for existing games this late in the year. Well, that’s true at least for Microsoft-owned Mojang. The studio has just announced a massive update …

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Google’s Angular 2 Framework Hits Beta

Angular 2, Google’s framework for building mobile and web apps in HTML and JavaScript, is now in beta. Google first announced Angular 2, which represents a significant (and controversial) break from Angular 1, in September 2014. Since then, it’s gone through an alpha and developer preview. By applying the ‘beta’ …

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8 things CEO Sundar Pichai said at Google for India event

100 stations to go live with Wi-Fi by 2016-end Technology giant Google will bring internet connectivity to 100 railway stations across the country by next year. The telecom wing of the Indian Railway, RailTel, had signed an agreement with the subsidiary of Google India to provide Wi-Fi facilities at 400 …

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Star Wars vs. Science Fiction

Like many others I’m looking forward to seeing the new Star Wars movie and hoping that it will recapture some of the magic of the first trilogy. However, it’s important to acknowledge that while Star Wars gives us a hugely entertaining story, it is extremely low grade science fiction. And …

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India replaces China as next big frontier for US tech companies

Padachuri, who runs a construction business in this city, the center of India’s technology industry, uses his smartphone to reserve movie seats through BookMyShow and to order pizzas from Domino’s. His wife, Vasavi, orders clothes from Myntra and Amazon.com, and downloads videos and games from YouTube and the Google Play …

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PM Modi in US: 5 key announcements made by technology CEOs

Prime Minister Narendra Modi got a rousing welcome from America’s top tech titans. The Indian Prime Minister met who’s who of the tech world, including Apple CEO Tim Cook, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Qualcomm executive chairman Paul Jacobs, Cisco executive chairman John Chambers and Adobe CEO …

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