The wait for all Sony Playstation lovers and aficionados is finally over. Sony has now officially launched the Playstation store in India. You can download full games for your Sony Playstation starting from Rs 225 for the Sony PS3 and Rs 170 onwards for the PSP (Playstation Portable) and the PSP Go.

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Finally we have some good news! Google Music is now available in India. However it is currently limited to only Hindi songs from Bollywood. To power Google Music in India, Google has teamed up with three Indian online music services – in.com, saavn and saregama. All the songs are directly streamed from these partner websites.

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PurpleTalk Inc., a California based mobile application development company plans to provide funding to mobile web based and mobile startups in India and has launched an incubator called PollenEight. The goal of PollenEight is to help aspiring entrepreneurs and engineers with their business ideas with seed (initial funding) capital.

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eBay India now supports 27 new net-banking options in addition to the three net-banking options which were provided earlier, making it a total of 30 net-banking options, along with the Credit Card / Debit Card options.

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IL&FS Education and Family Planning Association of India (FPA) have joined hands to launch a mobile phone based sex education program in India. Titled Sparsh, it is world’s first sex education program to be promoted in a commercial format through leading telecom operators in India.

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Tata Communications has launched two different services in the cloud space to deliver self-service and pay-as-you-use IT application plus data center infrastructure services which are easily accessible via the internet.

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After making a wave in the computer peripheral market with their inexpensive but good products, Intex Technologies has now launched its LCD and CRT television range. Intex has already launched their mobile phones and other consumer electronics goods prior to this.

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XIX CWG Delhi 2010

Common Wealth Games 2010 had a splendid opening ceremony, if you missed out on watching it, you can catch up on CWG 2010 Delhi Opening Ceremony video highlights. Sadly, the event will be coming to an end today October 14, 2010.

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After the Google revolution, we have seen many desi search engines coming up from time to time. Well here is a search engine with a difference. Titled as JantaKhoj, this search website is a people search engine for India which manually collects data from different “publicly” available sources. This data is then compiled and put together on the web to make it easily search-able.

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The International and Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) has released the reports of a study which was conducted recently by them. The study has some very interesting facts about the behavior of Internet users in India.

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PlayStation-Move-India

Sony has announced the launch of PlayStation Move controller in India, along with its pricing.

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Ubuntu Rupee Symbol

Ubuntu 10.10 will be the first OS to get the Indian Rupee Symbol Font. The new Indian Rupee Symbol is now part of the Ubuntu Font.

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When Google Instant was launched almost a month back, it was not available in many countries including India. Google has now finally started rolling out Google Instant in India (via Google.co.in) and the roll-out is expected to complete all over India by the end of this week.

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Powered by Drupal, the official website of the 19th Commonwealth Games, cwgdelhi2010.org now gets 7 – 8 million page views every day. Additionally, the results page also gets half a million pageviews daily.

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Times Internet has partnered with CWG 2010 to bring a live stream of the games to the masses on Indiatimes.com).

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