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Target Launches Image Recognition Shopping App Aimed At Boosting Sales

Now shopping for products will only be a photo away, thanks to image-recognition technology. In its latest effort to boost sales, Target Corp has introduced ... Read more

Apple Granted Patent for Its Wearable Tech, iTime

A recent US patent granted to Apple bolstered rumours that the California-based company has designs on a smartwatch which is expected to launch this fall. ... Read more

CIT Group to Acquire OneWest Bank for $3.4 billion

CIT Group, a supplier of business loaning and renting administrations, declared Tuesday that it plans to purchase Pasadena-based Onewest Bank, paying $3.4 ... Read more

Yahoo Snaps Up Flurry To Bolster Mobile Ad Business

Yahoo is adding to its mobile lineup with the acquisition of Flurry, a mobile analytics company and an advertising startup, in its bid to beef up a fast-growing ... Read more

China’s internet population growth reaches to 632 million, majority using mobile devices for online access

China’s Internet adoption rate had been growing over the years but that growth now appears to be decelerating, analysts say. China is now home to ... Read more

The Car that runs Solely on Salt Water is Now Road Legal!

(All Image Courtesy of nanoFLOWCELL) A large number of automotive companies work on concepts and leave them mid-way proving that not all eye-popping innovations ... Read more

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  • An investigative report found that stale meat products were repackaged after processing and their shelf life was increased for another year.

    Another China Scandal Over Alleged Use of Expired Meat, Meat Supplier for McDonald, KFC Suspended

    U.S. fast food chains McDonald’s, KFC and Pizza Hut in China faced a new food safety scare on Monday while authorities investigate a report that alleges a supplier has been selling beef and chicken which are nearly one year past their expiry dates. The Shanghai Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) authorities have suspended the operations of supplier, Shanghai Husi Food [...]

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  • describes Jibo as an emotive robot that is designed specifically to better the lives of the family that owns it and to become part of that family.

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    German Automaker, BMW is Auto Industry’s Leading Exporter in the U.S.

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  • In an unclassified but restricted report, FBI predicts that Driverless cars have the potential to be used as deadly weapons

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  • goTenna is partially disaster relief-smartphone accessory that Perdomo invented with the assistance of Brooklyn-based design firm Pensa

    No Service? GoTenna Lets You Text When There’s No Service

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  • Members on desktop computers or mobile devices can make use of the buy button to purchase goods directly from participating businesses through their advertisements or other posts on the site.

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    Social network Facebook is testing a new buy button on its website to facilitate users to purchase products that are advertised on its social network. The new service represents Facebook’s latest efforts to help businesses accelerate their sales through the world’s largest online social network. The company said in a statement that the button will [...]

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  • The settlement would compensate consumers in nearly 33 states whose attorneys sought damages for Apple's price-fixing.

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  • IBM and Apple plan to develop more than 100 industry-specific enterprise solutions including native apps developed exclusively for the iOS platform along with IBM cloud services, analytics and security.

    IBM and Apple join forces to push iPhone and iPad into the enterprise market

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  • Googles Project Zero to search for online bugs and hackers

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    On Tuesday, Search giant Google unveiled a new initiative called Project Zero, a broad attempt to weed out security bugs in third party applications through which Google users are harmed every day by a variety of targeted attacks. These vulnerabilities are known as zero-day exploits. Through these flaws, hackers of criminal, government-paid agencies and industrial origin [...]

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  • With the evolution of internet and the way lives have changed around us, Nielsen can no longer depend on its presently obsolete methods for measuring TV ratings.

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