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Playing It Smart

In a direct challenge to Google, Facebook has extended its Audience Network beyond apps to include mobile web support.

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Globescan: Just A Blip

US employment gains slowed more than expected in January as the boost to hiring from unseasonably mild weather faded, but rising wages and an unemployment rate at an eight-year low suggested the labour market recovery remains firm.

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Unregistered Births Put Many Indian Teen-Crime Suspects At Risk

The new Juvenile Justice Act 2015 came into force last month, paving the way for juveniles aged 16 to 18 to be tried under adult laws for heinous crimes.

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IoT: The Year of More Wearables

All data points to 2016 being the year when wearables go from being a curiosity to mainstream must-have devices

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New GSMA Guidelines For A Secure IoT

Different ecosystems, different ways of working, different devices and technologies - all of it has been an unholy mess crying out for someone to neaten things out

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Indian Stock Market Better Off Than Many Others: Shaktikanta Das

Says Indian markets are performing relatively well and that their decline is driven by global trends

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Indian Gold Demand To Rise In 2016, Says WGC

Stronger demand from the world's second-biggest gold consumer could support the global bullion price, which is trading near its highest in 8-1/2 months

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Twitter Disappoints Investors As User Growth Hits Wall

Twitter reported its first quarter with no growth in users since it went public, stoking fresh concerns on how long it will take for the company to reverse the trend

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Facebook Director Andreessen Sorry For India Internet Remarks

Marc Andreessen, who often takes to Twitter to offer his opinions, said the new rules denied India's poor access to the Internet

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Sensex Remains Weak, Opens 148 Points Down

Stock markets drop on sustained selling by funds and retail investors amid weak Asian cues; the rupee falls 8 paise against the dollar

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