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Meet India-Born Sundar Pichai Named CEO Of Restructured Google

Meet India-Born Sundar Pichai Named CEO Of Restructured Google

Software giant Google is headed for a radical restructuring as the company’s founders Larry Page and Sergei Brin announced the creation of a parent company called Alphabet and elevated Sundar Pichai to CEO. 43-year-old Pichai, soft-spoken leader popular within the company, joined Google in 2004 as a product manager, then moved up through the company

Update Your WhatsApp Now!!! Got Some Great Features Instantly

WhatsApp is the most popular instant messaging client in town. The developers behind the popular messaging app continue to update WhatsApp with new features from time to time to make it better. Updates can be picked up automatically via Google Play Store/Apple iTunes Store/Windows Phone store depending on your phone. There’s also an option to

SIM Cards May Soon Disappear, Introducing Virtual SIM By Samsung & Apple

Our very own SIM card may soon disappear as we speak. Companies like Apple and Samsung are in discussions with mobile carriers to help develop an ‘e-SIM’ via which consumers will have the ability to switch carriers without getting a new card. This implies that swapping SIMs to switch phones may soon be long gone as everything would

Delhi Metro: Now Recharge Your Metro Smart Card By ‘Top Up’ Like Mobile

Now commuters of Delhi Metro Railway will not have to stand in long queues to recharge their smart cards as they will be able to recharge their smart card just like they recharge their mobile phone by visiting ICICI Bank Business Correspondent Network (Outlets), located across the national capital and NCR region. Delhi Metro Rail

Net Neutrality: WhatsApp, Viber, Skype Calls To Be No Longer Free

A high-level government committee hooked to applications like WhatsApp, Skype and Viber may no longer be able to make free domestic calls (barring negligible data charges) through these voice over internet protocol (VoIP) services. However, instant messaging and international calls through these services will remain free, if these recommendations are implemented. Another suggestion by the