Artificial Hardware Fragmentation: The Next Big Problem for Android

The proliferation of games that are exclusive to certain hardware might turn out to be the bane of the Android ecosystem.

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A discussion on the current state of engineering institutes and students in India.

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New York Times will be adding a paywall for accessing their content. Users will be asked to pay $15, $20 or $35 each month to access NY Times. Are you willing to pay to each month to access NY Times?

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A discussion on why Twitter’s recent ToS changes are bad for both developers, users and Twitter itself.

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Is it safe to build your business around someone else’s business? Twitter recently ask developers to stop developing new apps, so what happens to businesses built around it?

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Google Penalized Red Card

Recently, Google rolled out new algorithm changes to search which would curb out unoriginal content and low quality content from the search engine and degrade their rankings.

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Why Is Opera Not Popular?

Opera is one of most feature rich browsers available today, however, it only commands 2% market share. Why is Opera not as popular as Google Chrome or Firefox?

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Firefox vs Google Chrome

Google Chrome is gaining browser market share at a rapid pace. It now has almost 10% market share, whereas Firefox has been losing out on users? So why is Chrome better than Firefox?

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Amit Agarwal wrote a post telling readers about how TechCrunch were not displaying comments on posts older than 10 days, the post quickly made it to TechMeme and TechCrunch wrote a counter post saying that Amit Agarwal was making allegations against them, this was not true and here is why.

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Did Apple Get the iPad Name Right?

Let’s be honest since Apple announced the iPad earlier today, people have talked about, however, not much because of the features the device has, but because of it’s name. iPad has quickly become one of the biggest butt of Apple jokes across the Internet. iTampon an iPad parody trended on twitter. MAD TV also had a iPad parody product video done quite sometime ago.

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Anybodyoutthere is a free service that lets you start an online discussion and interact in real time. You can share your thoughts on a subject, ask a question or geed useful feedback.

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Feedburner is the most widely used service by websites to deliver RSS feeds and emails to subscribers. Last year, Feedburner was bought out by Google and things have started to go downhill after that. This has continued for too long now, and it is time to Google to buck up and deliver or just move out of the way.

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Dell has reportedly made $6.5 million from Twitter over 2 years. Twitter has been a revenue generator for many brands, and this puts them in a very lucrative position for future deals

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Usually when you come across an article, you might find several links in them, some of which you might want to click and read.

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Open source software: Is it hype or just good software? Well, before we go into this question, we really need a definition. Let’s start with this good, basic definition of open source.

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