Over 65% of mobile users install at least one app per month: App Annie

A new report by App Annie – Spotlight on Consumer App Usage – takes a look at mobile user engagement in ten major markets and unveils some new insights.

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Everything you wanted to know about InFocus

Earlier today, InFocus made a comeback of sorts in India with the launch of their budget smartphone, the InFocus Turbo 5. Priced at ₹6,999 for the base variant and ₹7,999 for the higher spec’d variant, the smartphone will go on sale on July 4 exclusively on Amazon.

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UberMOTO is a masterstroke from Uber in markets like India

It’s been over a year since Uber launched a unique mobility option in India – UberMOTO. Also available in markets like Thailand, UberMOTO enables riders looking to save time and money on short trips to book a ride on a motorcycle using the familiar Uber experience.

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Mobile Learning: The Ubiquitous Learning

I was invited to speak at the HCL Social Learning conference, a maiden initiative of the L&D team at HCL. The event at Chennai saw a keynote from Naveen Naryanan, Global Head – Talent Management at HCL and four other experienced speakers with interesting speakers.

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Computex 2013 Panel Discussion: Connected Automobiles

So, it was a great trip to Taipei, Taiwan for Computex 2013. It is estimated that total visitor count for the five days was over 130,000! At the event, I was part of a panel discussion discussing technology in automobiles, something that SYNC by Microsoft brings to Ford cars. We talked about the scenarios, the need, and […]

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Amazon: Building Earth’s Most Customer-Centric Company

The title of this post is actually the email signature of the Amazon Kindle support representative that I communicated with. I think I agree. Here’s the story… On my recent trip, my Kindle’s display went kaput. After some chest pain, and mild heart-attack, I called up Amazon Kindle support. Customer details, and a couple of […]

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iPad vs. Kindle. Not.

A few days back, around the Kindle 3 (not official version name, but third generation in releases) launch, I tweeted saying the Kindle is now tempting me, and I might just take a dive into the world of eBook readers, and add another gadget to my bag. Surprisingly, several folks on my social networks advised […]

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Search, Save, and Export Twitter–The Archivist

MIX Online has released a new Azure-hosted lab called The Archivist. The Archivist allows you to create archives of Twitter topics that you can save, export and analyze.   There are now over 50,000,000 tweets being created each day. But, tweets are transitory. Twitter itself doesn’t allow access into their database more than two weeks […]

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Where are you watching the World Cup?

Can’t make it down to South Africa to watch the games? No worries, the Bing Home Turf Finder has you covered! You can find out where to watch matches around the Seattle area and across the US with our new Bing map app. In select cities, we populated a Bing map app with venue information […]

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