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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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Xperia Motion Snap is a new app from Sony, which converts short videos into attractive live wallpapers.

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Opera Software has released its financials for the third quarter of 2012, and they look pretty good. Strong showing in the mobile segment helped mask a weak desktop performance and increase revenue on the whole.

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Redington, one of the official distributors of Apple products in India, has revealed the prices for the next generation iPhones. As always, you will have to pay a premium if you wish to own Apple’s latest and greatest offering.

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Halloween is fast approaching, and if you don’t want to deal with a security nightmare, it might be prudent to take another look at your passwords. Splashdata has released a list of top passwords of 2012 compiled from files containing millions of stolen passwords posted online by hackers.

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A list with more than a millions active email addresses harvested from Facebook apps has shown up for sale in the open market.

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LG has launched the Optimus Vu in India, with which it is hoping to eat into Samsung Note’s share in the phablet segment.

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Kim Dotcom has revealed that he is working on Mega, which will be a cyber-locker like Megaupload, but will work around the legal pitfalls that burnt the latter.

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Facebook has rolled out Mobile App Install Ads for iOS and Android, which are demographics and interest based targeted ads that can drive installs and discovery for third party app developers.

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Microsoft has revealed that Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 will be arriving towards the middle of November. However, it will only be a preview build.

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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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