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Google gives a blow to Oracle : Hires Father of Java, James Gosling

Guess who’s the new kid at Googleplex? It’s James Gosling, the developer of Java. The reason he migrated to Google from Oracle (Oracle had acquired Sun where James developed Java in 1991) was “openness” he found at Google. He has carefully considered his decision before making a move. At Google, Gosling proudly said “I don’t [&hellip

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Microsoft set to screw retailers on behalf of manufacturers using pirated software

It’s going to be tough time soon for all the vendors in U.S selling products which arrive from manufacturers who use pirated software copies of any of Microsoft’s product. It’s extremely difficult for Microsoft to go around the world and sue companies using pirated software because different laws prevail. Well, once they themselves got fined [&hellip

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Why most Startups fail within 24 months and how you should avoid it

I wouldn’t be wrong to quote that about 50% of startups fail within 2 years of their inception [Source]. If that’s so, its a large number and possibly you could be affected by it. In past few years, i’ve been monitoring news and realized that almost all failures have one root cause. The problem with entrepreneurs [&hellip

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Superb Innovative Windows 7 and Windows Live Advertisement

Here is a refreshing advertisement from Microsoft for Windows 7 + Windows Live.  We’ve heard about this, Cloud Computing , all over the web but this time it’s not about the content about the ad but about the innovation. Give it a look and you’ll be amazed. Video after break

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Facebook’s Email Service, Titan coming this Monday

For all of you, Facebook freaks we’re breaking some real great news. Back in February, we reported Facebook could possible working on a WebMail service to replace its existing Inbox System or possibly redesign it. From what we are hearing now, Facebook is all geared up and set to release the service this Monday. Media [&hellip

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iOS 4.2 for iPad and iPhone coming tomorrow?

Fresh from the rumors, we’ve heard Apple will be releasing the common OS to all its iDevices (iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch) tomorrow. Numerous sources have pointed out. We all are excited for it. It brings Multitasking, Folders, GameCenter, Wireless printing and Television streaming (with Apple TV ofcourse) to all the devices and is the [&hellip

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RockMelt doesn’t melt a rock : Desktop Social Browser won’t work now

I just landed on Techmeme and was greeted with tons of posts hitting rocking the headline about RockMelt, the new Social browser which opened up for Beta today. Frankly, it really doesn’t bother me which browser I am running as long it is fast, reliable, has a good UI, bookmarks, and it doesn’t clutter the [&hellip

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Kinect for Xbox 360 Review : The good and the bad

Soon after the Pre-order era, we’ll be observing motion gaming hitting the drawing rooms. Thanks to Microsoft’s Buttonless, Chordless controller, which uses player gestures, movements and voice to record instructions and play. A daring move though as this could possibly evolve the current gaming atmosphere. Sony’s Motion controller, Move for PS3 will be seen battling [&hellip

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iPhone 5 might bring in remote computing to the crowd

If iPhone 4 was not enough, we have started collecting rumors about the next iPhone, perhaps iPhone 5. Let me get straight to it. The Rumor suggests that Apple is building in a NFC chip into the next version of iPhone. For those who don’t know what NFC is, here is a excerpt from Wikipedia. [&hellip

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Its’s time to screw Android makers : Apple

iOS definitely got some huge user base but Apple’s not done with it. In recentness, we had heard of Motorola suing Apple regarding infringement of 20 patents. Obviously, Apple was going to respond and the answer comes in form of two lawsuits. What Apple Says : Moto has infringed 6 patents ranging from Multi-Touch to [&hellip

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