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Is Blackberry on its Way Out?

Blackberry was the hottest phone there was five years back. Businessmen and IT folk paraded their blackberrys as though it was a reflection of their status. They could read their emails on this phone - how cool is that? And then, things started to change. Windows mobile, iOS and Android

Facebook to Acquire Whatsapp?

Rumor mill is hinting at a possible takeover of Whatsapp by Facebook. If this move is to come to fruition, Facebook can effortlessly add another nine hundred million users to its tally. Whatsapp works on phone numbers, and the Mark Zuckerberg company through this acquisition can get a handle on all

Warren Buffet Down with Prostrate Cancer

Legendary investor Warren Buffet is diagnosed with prostrate cancer. It was detected in the 1st stage, and the doctors have concurred that the situation is far from being life threatening. And, Buffet says he feels fit as always, with 100% energy levels. The radiation treatment will start in July and is

IT News – 9 April 2012

UK Government Websites Hacked - Hacker group anonymous has snuck under the British intelligence to hack the following government websites - (Home Office), (Prime Minister’s Office) and (Ministry of Justice). The attacks were carried out through distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. It is understood that the

IT News – 6 April 2012

US Visa Rejection Affecting US Clients - A number of L1 visas for IT workers from India are rejected on ground that it should have come in as H1 visas. Indian companies find L1s far cheaper than H1s and hence opt for it. This in turn, is hitting US clients

IT News – 3 April 2012

HCL Launches 3 More Economy Class Tablets - HCL Infosystems, one of India's leading billion dollar IT corporations has launched three more tablets aimed at students. It starts at Rs.7999 and carries Android 4.0. Motorola Demands $4 billion from Microsoft - Motorola has claimed a new sum against annual patent royalty