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Pallab De is a blogger from India who has a soft spot for anything techie. He loves trying out new software and spends most of his day breaking and fixing his PC. Pallab loves participating in the social web; he has been active in technology forums since he was a teenager and is an active user of both twitter (@indyan) and facebook .

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After ditching trackers and torrents, The Pirate Bay is now dropping most of their servers and is opting for cloud hosting in an attempt to increase mobility and raid-proof themselves.

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With developed nations like US and UK in the bag, the social networking giant Facebook is turning its attention to developing nations like India, where millions of new internet users are being added every year. The social networking giant has announced a new promotion, which is going to give any all new users signing up with their mobile phones a Rs. 50 talktime.

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Looking for the best HTC One X case? Here are two great slim cases to consider for your precious smartphone.

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One of the most iconic changes in Windows 8 is the lack of a start button as well as a start menu. While the new Start Page is a lot more informative and interactive, it will undoubtedly confuse a lot of users. This has prompted some manufacturers like Samsung to bring back the Start Menu through software patches. Pokki is amongst those that are trying to fix Windows 8.

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An Italian website has leaked an unannounced device called the Galaxy Premier, which should fit in between the Galaxy SIII and the Galaxy SIII Mini.

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Google might no longer be the cool new kid in the block, but it still hasn’t lost all of its street cred. It tops LinkedIn’s ‘Most InDemand Employers 2012’ list not just in the US, but also around the world.

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Firefox 16.01 fixes a security and privacy issue that lead to the original release being pulled by Mozilla.

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A teenage hacker who goes by the name ‘Pinkie Pie’ managed to hack Chrome for the second time and win $60,000.

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TweetDeck has been updated to support a new light theme and tweak the appearance of tweets to make them consistent with the main website.

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Opera Software has released a new version of Opera Mobile in the Play store. The changes are not massive, as indicated by the point increment in version number. However, they are still significant enough to make updating to the latest version worthwhile.

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RailRadar is Google Maps mashup that tracks the position of trains running in India in realtime. Check it out as it’s not often that you see something as cool as this from Government of India owned entities.

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Gmail now allows you to send an SMS to contacts who are offline. The service is free; however, there is a restriction on how many SMSs you can send.

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Sony’s Xperia 2013 lineup has been leaked. C650X, codenamed Odin, will be the next xperia flagship, while C150X and C160X will be budget smartphones.

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A fresh set of rumors teases us about the new features Google is working on for Android 4.2

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LG Optimus 4X HD P880 Review

The LG Optimus 4X HD has a lot riding on its shoulders. Until the Optimus G arrives, the 4X will have to bear the responsibility of keeping LG’s head high in front of giants like the Galaxy SIII, the One X, and the iPhone 5. Thankfully, at least on paper, the Optimus 4X HD looks well equipped to go head to head against the latest and greatest smartphones from its competitors. Let us find out if the actual product lives up to its specifications.

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