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Google Allo made its grand foray into the chatting realm a few days ago. It is right now the new kid on the block, but the day isn’t far that it takes over the messaging platform and makes its rivals a matter of history. Currently available on Android and iPhone, Allo has not ventured into […]
Facebook launched 360-degree video last year, and it appears to be a hit. This week the company released a list of its most popular 360-degree videos to date, most of which had over 10,000,000 views. The most popular — which was calculated by time watched, not by total views — hit 18,000,000 views.
#C***downToBeauty is the latest trending. After all, what comes from the famous, becomes famous; as is the case here with make-up giant, Sephora’s, much awaited first Australian store opening that was the talk of the town owing to a conspicuous typo on their Facebook page.
Founded in 1995, Thirdware is a business technology firm that extends Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Business Intelligence solutions.
The objective was to increase employee engagement and interaction on the firm’s Facebook page.
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The digital media industry in India has arrived. E&Y, the global consultancy major, has forecast that the industry would set to touch the Rs. 200-billion mark by 2020
Digital marketing programs are driving adoption of big data, Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud technology, research shared today by 2nd Watch reveals.
Indian government has blocked 32 websites citing national security concerns, as they were allegedly carrying anti-India material from terror groups such as ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria).
“We have blocked some websites, as there were serious national security concerns,” a government official.
The websites that have faced the crackdown include popular video sharing platforms like DailyMotion and Vimeo, while some of them have been allowed to function after removing the objectionable content.