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Playboy to focus on digital

Digital boom forces Playboy to remove nude images

In upsetting news for nearly 800,000 readers of Playboy magazine, its top editors have decided to strike out nudity from the pages of the...

Palace Museum Beijing goes online to sell tickets

Authorities at Beijing's Palace Museum are planning to sell tickets online in an effort to reduce long queues of visitors standing outside ticket counters...
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Indian youth search for love online

India's youth, like their counterparts elsewhere, are increasingly searching for their love online, thanks to a range of dating apps available on the internet.Experts...
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Web designs influence how much we reveal online

Web design and the information shown on the screen largely influences how much a user discloses personal data, says a study by Joint Research...

Truecaller app looks to engage SMBs, startups

Truecaller, an app that helps identify unknown numbers and also block spam calls, has said it is looking to engage with small and medium...
Visa opens technology development center in Bangalore

ICICI Bank introduces electronic cardless transaction on Visa

The ICICI Bank on Thursday launched a service enabling customers to make electronic payments from their smartphones at physical stores, e-commerce portals, radio taxis...
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Survey: Enterprises find digitalizing important

Digital transformation has reached every aspect of business today, CA Technologies said, citing results of a global study on the role of software.CA Technologies...
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Adobe targets 20% revenue growth between FY 2015 and 2018

Adobe today said it targets 20 percent revenue growth (CAGR) between FY 2015 and 2018.Adobe will host a financial analyst meeting at its Adobe...
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Digital technologies impact governments globally – Deloitte survey

Digital technologies are having a major impact on governments globally, a new report from Deloitte's Public Sector Research group showed Tuesday.The survey, conducted among...
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APUS to invest Rs 100 crore in Indian start-ups

APUS Group announced its plans to invest Rs 100 crore in Indian start-ups at their early stages.These programs will range from providing incubation to...

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