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New LG Smartphone Added to the G3 Line Has a Stylus Pen

LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company is getting set to introduce a new smartphone to the G3 line it introduced earlier this year. The latest advent of this series will feature a stylus pen, according to new information from the company. The announcement comes just days ahead of LG’s official unveiling of the aptly-named G3 Stylus at the IFA conference in ... Read More »

Facebook Now Has Over 166 Million Monthly Active Users in India, Its ‘Most Critical and Strategic Market’

Facebook Now Has Over 166 Million Monthly Active Users in India, Its ‘Most Critical and Strategic Market’ HIGHLIGHTS Facebook contributes $4 billion and 335,000 jobs to India Facebook revealed a three-fold business strategy for India The company has a strategic partnership with India’s top 100 advertisers As we aim to connect the next billion people on mobile platforms globally, 70 ... Read More »

How Digital Marketing Has Shaped Advertising

When Internet users hear about companies like iCrossing, they might understand that they are experts in digital marketing but aren’t aware of everything that the concept entails. The rise of digital marketing agencies like iCrossing has helped add whole new dimensions to the way companies advertise their products and services. Companies today have virtually unlimited opportunities to reach new customers. ... Read More »

If Google Has a Mobile First Strategy, So Should You

There is a tendency within the digital sphere to uphold a future-oriented mindset. From social media to SEO, from algorithms to user experience, our approach and practices maintain a forecasting nature. Trends and methods are always observed and developed with the next step in mind and the future in sight, the end goal being to evolve with complexity and instinct ... Read More »

Modular phones: A dilemma that has been bolted on by phone makers

Moto Z A brainchild of Google, the modular smartphone concept also known as Project Ara first surfaced in 2013. Three years down the line and many prototypes, all we know is that Ara remained delayed. Eventually, enough was enough and Google decided to suspend the idea of making modular phones by itself in September 2016. Instead, the company will be ... Read More »

Review: InFocus Epic 1 has all the makings of a budget stalwart

InFocus Epic 1 poses serious competition to the likes of Moto G4 and Yu Yunicorn The recent run of ‘powerful specs at a low cost’ smartphones followed by lucrative deal and discounts during the recently concluded online festive sales by Chinese phonemakers, has overshadowed almost every major brand in the budget segment. US based InFocus’ latest phone Epic 1 is ... Read More »

MirrorLink Car Smartphone Network Has Vulnerabilities, Claim Researchers

MirrorLink Car Smartphone Network Has Vulnerabilities, Claim Researchers A system of rules that allow vehicles to communicate with smartphones may be vulnerable to hacking, a new study suggests. Many of today’s automobiles leave the factory with secret passengers: prototype software features that are disabled but that can be unlocked by clever drivers, researchers said. In what is believed to be ... Read More »

Instagram Has a New Logo – What Do You Think? [Poll]

Instagram, the photograph-based social media site, now has a new logo. We wondered: do you think the new Instagram logo is an improvement over the old one? The old logo (pictured left) was a rather-brownish icon of a camera.  In the new logo, the concept of a camera is still there, but it’s now more stylized.  And the new logo ... Read More »

Reasons Why Instagram Has 500 Million Users Today

Last September Instagram took great pleasure in announcing that its active monthly users crossed the 400 million mark. Moreover, it took immense pride in revealing that it had achieved that noteworthy milestone in less than even a year after achieving the target of 300 million users. And now when only around nine months have passed, the Facebook-owned social media platform ... Read More »

Twitter Has Paid Out $322,420 in Its ‘HackerOne’ computer virus Bounty Programme

Micro-running a blog internet site Twitter has paid $322,420 (kind of Rs. 2.1 crores) to researchers andworm hunters who, underneath its worm bounty “HackerOne” program, have disclosed vulnerabilities in theclosing two years. “We maintain a cozy development lifecycle that includes cozy improvement education to all people that ships code, security assessment approaches, hardened safety libraries and sturdy testing throughinternal and ... Read More »