Dancing is one of the most popular forms of entertainment throughout the world. From traditional dances to new age forms of dancing, there have always been masters of the art who serve as tutors or instructors for those interested to learn.
Quite a number of home owners are interested in tech solutions that allow them to monitor their homes using video. When you look around, you will find that there is no shortage of high end products you can use for this.
Micromax – Largest Indian Smartphone Brand Micromax is the largest Indian manufacturer, and has been steadily growing over the years. This year has been great for the vendor, with a tenfold increase in sales and revenue.
As the volume of marketing content increases, smart brands are creating more natural campaigns that fit seamlessly into people’s experiences. This approach avoids the interruption of traditional marketing.
In a first-of-its-kind pilot initiative in Africa, Airtel, and the Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit that operates Wikipedia are set to announced a provide Airtel’s customers access to the knowledge and information available on Wikipedia through...
We had a chance to talk to Christian Aberger, developer of creative app Postcard Plus. Take a look at the Q&A session. Give us a brief background about yourself (education, employment etc) I have a Master of Physics, Software Development.
Twitter Inc was sued for $124 million on Wednesday by two companies claiming the social media darling fraudulently had them organize a private sale of its shares to stoke investor interest for an initial public offering then canceled it.
Eight major U.S. web companies, including Apple, Google and Facebook, made a joint call on Monday for tighter controls on how governments collect personal data, intensifying the furore over online surveillance.
Last week, Yahoo Mail turned 16, and to celebrate the occasion, the constantly-revamping Yahoo announced an inbox redesign In true Marissa Mayer fashion, the company gave its email service a minimalist makeover last week, stripping away...
Charleston-based PeopleMatter announced on Monday that it has secured $16 million in Series E funding bringing its total startup capital kitty to $63 million. The $16 million funding was led by New York-based StarVest Partners.