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More CCTVs, cabinet notes on Kindles: What to expect after oil ministry leaks

Updated : Feb 20, 2015

By : Rajeev Sharma

Category : India

More CCTVs, cabinet notes on Kindles: What to expect after oil ministry leaks

This will inevitably lead to more ministries being put under CCTV surveillance, particularly all those which have a fair share of public dealing and large financial transactions routinely taking place. #WhatNext #Delhi Police #Kindle #leak #CCTVs #Oil Petroleum
Flipkart's expensive gaffe: Lists book for Rs 32,17,223 after a discount

Updated : Nov 04, 2014

By : FP Staff

Category : Life

Flipkart's expensive gaffe: Lists book for Rs 32,17,223 after a discount

So, here's presenting you the most expensive book in the world: A book by Antonya Cin, Foretold is apparently worth Rs 32,17,223. #Amazon #Kindle #Flipkart #Antonya Cin #Foretold #expensive book
Amazon slashes Fire Phone price to 99 cents. Yes, 99 cents!

Updated : Sep 09, 2014

By : hidden hidden

Category : International

Amazon slashes Fire Phone price to 99 cents. Yes, 99 cents!

The 32GB version will now be available for 99 cents with a two-year contract, a year of Amazon Prime membership and various other cloud services #India #IPhone #Huawei #Smartphone #Apple #Fire #Samsung #Amazon #Kindle #Jeff Bezos #IDC #Ecommerce #firfly
Amazon's 'Fire' dismantled: A look inside the Firefly-feature phone

Updated : Jul 25, 2014

By : hidden hidden

Category : Biztech

Amazon's 'Fire' dismantled: A look inside the Firefly-feature phone

Amazon.com's new "Fire" smartphone, aimed at extending the online retailer's reach, includes chips from Qualcomm Inc, NXP Semiconductors NV and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. #Smartphone #Fire #chip #Amazon #Kindle #Qualcomm #Firefly
Amazon unveils all-you-can-read e-book subscription

Updated : Jul 18, 2014

By : hidden hidden

Category : International

Amazon unveils all-you-can-read e-book subscription

Subscribers to the Kindle Unlimited service, which costs $9.99 per month, can read the e-books on Amazon's Kindle reader or on any device that supports the Kindle app.
#Amazon #Kindle #Oyster #Life of Pi #EBook #unlimited #diary of a wimpy kid
Microsoft hopes new, old leaders can rekindle magic

Updated : Feb 05, 2014

By : hidden hidden

Category : Business

Microsoft hopes new, old leaders can rekindle magic

Microsoft Corp is betting a mix of old and young blood will revive the aging technology pioneer, but new Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella may find it tough to push change with co-founder Bill Gates and former CEO Steve Ballmer breathing down his neck. #Internet #Google #Technology #Android #IBM #Apple #Microsoft #Harvard University #CEO #Samsung #Xbox #Windows #Bill Gates #Amazon #Kindle #PC #US Department of Justice #Satya Nadella #Steven Ballmer #Paul Allen
Microsoft's journey: Four decades, three CEOs

Updated : Feb 05, 2014

By : hidden hidden

Category : Business

Microsoft's journey: Four decades, three CEOs

Satya Nadella's elevation to CEO and co-founder Bill Gates' decision to relinquish his chairmanship at Microsoft Corp marks a changing of the guard at a 39-year-old company that fueled the PC revolution but is now struggling to establish its long-term identity. #Internet #Google #Technology #Android #IBM #Apple #Microsoft #Harvard University #CEO #Samsung #Xbox #Windows #Bill Gates #Amazon #Kindle #PC #US Department of Justice #Satya Nadella #Steven Ballmer #Paul Allen
Despite China doubts, Apple set to report record holiday

Updated : Jan 25, 2014

By : hidden hidden

Category : Tech

Despite China doubts, Apple set to report record holiday

But it will continue to draw investor scrutiny over sales in ultra-competitive China, its No. 2 market but a drag on revenue and margins in recent quarters. #Apple Inc. #Yahoo! #Technology #Apple #Tim Cook #Amazon #Kindle #values #China Mobile
US to expand electronic device use on flights

Updated : Nov 01, 2013

By : hidden hidden

Category : World

US to expand electronic device use on flights

Airline passengers will soon be able to use electronic devices throughout their entire flight after the US Federal Aviation Administration ended a long-standing ban on Thursday. #Aviation #Apple #iPad #New York #Amazon #Kindle #Washington DC #US federal laws #airplane mode #radio signals