Internet giant Yahoo! is planning to publish content in six Indian regional languages apart from Hindi and English, by next year. Currently Yahoo is looking for content partners who can create content for Yahoo! in these 6 regional languages.

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Twitter has finally rolled out Location Based trending for India. Some India specific topics that are trending for the day include Eid Mubarak and Ratan Tata.

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Personal computer manufacturer, Dell overtook all other big brands to become the No. 1 in the desktop PC segment for the first time in India with a market share of 9.8 per cent in the third quarter of 2010.

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Online greetings portal 123Greetings.com has launched a new service called Studio which enables artists worldwide to upload their personal creations and showcase them as e-cards on 123Greetings.com.

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Big Digital, an initiative by Reliance Broadcast Network, has launched Big Net Radio which is a talk internet radio channel that offers entertainment through talk channels over the internet.

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According to a global consumer study conducted by Juniper Networks, Indian smartphone users have shown highest level of concern towards smartphone security issues. The figure stood at 90 per cent for India among the 16 countries which were considered for conducting this study.

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has revamped its official website, BCCI.tv with new features such as live online streaming of cricket matches played between India and other countries and live ball by ball commentary.

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We recently had a tip off from a student of one of the best engineering institutions in India located at Kharagpur that Facebook has started the recruitment process for hiring engineers from their campus.

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In a recent interview with Simon Galpin, director-general of InvestHK, he said that Hong Kong feels it has strong economic ties with India and wants more Indian IT companies to start business in Hong Kong.

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So what, if the Indian Government finally decides to shut down BlackBerry services in the country. Rajasthan based Data Infosys has launched a solution for all blackberry users. Titled “BharatBerry”, this product is a mobile communication service that works with all blackberry phones and provides more advance push mail with over the air (OTA) backup of your Contact, Task, Calendar and notes.

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UK-based mobile operator Vodafone is now planning to set up a global applications research and development (R & D) centre in India in order to leverage on the expertise in India. Mr Marten Pieters, the Managing Director of Vodafone Essar said that Vodafone is already in the process of setting up the application centre in India.

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A global research has put India at the top of 17 developed and emerging nations where Web 2.0 is used widely by businesses. Incremental benefits at low costs is one of the reasons that has lead more than 75 per cent of Indian firms to use web 2.0.

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The World Wide Web (WWW) conference for the year 2011 (WWW2011) will be held at Hyderabad from March 28 to April 1, 2011. This conference is held anually is attended by thinkers and most influential people on the web in order to take stock of the new developments and trends shaping the web.

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The Tihar Jail administration in India recently launched a website – TiharTJ.nic.in in order to showcase the various consumer goods produced by the jail inmates and to promote the ‘TJ’ brand online. The Jail authority has also included information about where these products can be purchased and the administration is also looking at plans of selling the products online.

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Here is iDuple for you – yet another Indian tablet PC but this one is with a difference! This tablet from iDuple basically has one app – just a web browser. It does not have a hard drive, boots in just 5 seconds and everything else happens on the cloud.

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