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Motorola to start 'Moto Xpress' pilot project for after-sales customer <strong>service</strong> at doorstep

Motorola to start 'Moto Xpress' pilot project for after-sales customer service at doorstep

05 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Mobile handset maker Motorola said it is launching a pilot project this month to offer customer care service at the doorstep of consumers across Delhi-NCR.

Motorola,   Motorola customer care,   Motorola service centre,   Moto Xpress,  
German car makers to buy Nokia map <strong>service</strong> for 2.8 billion euros

German car makers to buy Nokia map service for 2.8 billion euros

04 Aug 2015

Frankfurt: German car makers BMW, Audi and Mercedes-Benz have teamed up to buy digital mapping service HERE for 2.8 billion euros (USD 3.1 billion) from Nokia, the Finnish telecoms group said today.

German car makers,   BMW,   Audi,   Mercedes-Benz,   Digital mapping service,   HERE,   Nokia,  
Sony launches PlayStation Now game streaming on PS TV, PS Vita

Sony launches PlayStation Now game streaming on PS TV, PS Vita

04 Aug 2015

Washington: Sony has announced that it is officially bringing its PlayStation Now game streaming service to the PS Vita game system and the PlayStation TV.

Sony,   Playstation,   PlayStation Now,   Sony streaming service,   PS Vita game,   PlayStation TV,  
Cricketer Sreesanth joins as volunteer for social <strong>service</strong> in Kochi

Cricketer Sreesanth joins as volunteer for social service in Kochi

03 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Indian cricketer S Sreesanth who was recently discharged in the sensational 2013 IPL spot-fixing case by a court in Delhi, joined as a volunteer for RSS inspired Seva Bharati Free-Food distribution scheme at Kochi.

Indian cricketer,   S Sreesanth,   2013 IPL spot fixing,   volunteer for RSS,   Seva Bharati Free Food distribution scheme,   Latest News ,  
IOC ready to <strong>act</strong> if Olympic medals affected by doping

IOC ready to act if Olympic medals affected by doping

03 Aug 2015

Kuala Lumpur: The IOC will take action against any Olympic athletes if they are found guilty of the latest doping allegations rocking the sport of track and field, IOC President Thomas Bach said Monday.

IOC,   Olympic athletes,   doping in sports,   track and field sports,   IOC President,   Thomas Bach,   Latest News,  
Amazon allows developer to use Alexa in devices

Amazon allows developer to use Alexa in devices

03 Aug 2015

Washington: Amazon has released a developer preview of the Alexa Voice Service (AVS). According to the Engadget, Alexa Voice Service developer preview is open for integration for both hobbyists and hardware manufacturers into their own connected devices. Also, the company is offering its technology for free.

Amazon,   Developer preview,   Alexa Voice Service,   Hardware manufacturers ,  
 Porn banned in India? RGV criticises move

Porn banned in India? RGV criticises move

03 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Taking a dig at the inaccessibility of porn sites over various internet service providers in the country, filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma said 'depriving consenting adults' of watching porn is equivalent to what 'Taliban and ISIS is doing to freedom'.

Porn banned,   RGV,   Porn sites,   Internet service providers,   Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma,   Taliban,   ISIS,   Latest Nation News,  
Facebook ready to test giant drone for Internet <strong>service</strong>

Facebook ready to test giant drone for Internet service

31 Jul 2015

Menlo Park (US): Facebook says it will begin test flights later this year for a solar-powered drone with a wingspan as big as a Boeing 737, in the next stage of its campaign to deliver Internet connectivity to remote parts of the world.

Facebook,   giant drone testing,   Internet service,   solar powered drone,   latest tech news,  
Google rejects French demand over global '<strong>right</strong> to be forgotten'

Google rejects French demand over global 'right to be forgotten'

31 Jul 2015

Paris: Google has rejected a French demand to globally apply the so-called right to be forgotten, which requires the company to remove links to certain information about users if asked.

Google,   Right to be forgotten,   Google information,   Google users,   Google search results ,  
Reliance to roll out 4G <strong>service</strong> in December

Reliance to roll out 4G service in December

26 Jul 2015

Mumbai: India's diversified major Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) will roll out its ambitious 4G mobile-cum-broadband service Jio in December through 1,000 retail stores, a senior company official said.

Reliance Industries Ltd,   RIL,   4G mobile and broadband service,   Reliance Jio,   Latest News,  

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