Amazon India has launched with more than 7 million books and over 12 thousand movies and TV shows. The Seattle based ecommerce giant has signed up a hundred vendors already, and is looking to signup more. What does the entry of Amazon mean for existing players?

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HTC, the company that helped Android grow is itself struggling now. The company has made some serious mistakes, and needs to rectify them before things will improve for it.

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Rumors have it that a Amazon smartphone is going to be unveiled soon. But will it be able to repeat Kindle Fire’s success? My answer is no, and here’s why.

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Opera 12 is a significant update, but it lacks the kind of unique and exciting new feature that we have come to expect from Opera Software. Is Opera still innovative enough?

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Windows 8 fails to offer third-party app developers a level playing field by allowing only Microsoft applications to access many of the restricted APIs. However, is this sufficient cause for an antitrust investigation?

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A Delhi High Court judge has threatened to follow the Chinese model of banning websites with objectionable content. However, is forcing Facebook and Google to pre-screen content reasonable, or even legal?

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Windows 8 tries to provide the best of both worlds by merging the new touch-first Metro UI and the classic desktop shell. However, this approach requires perfect harmony between the various element. Does Windows 8 succeed in pulling it off?

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The news that Windows 8 Explorer will feature a Ribbon interface has been met with overwhelming negativity. However, the Ribbon UI helps Windows stay true to its tradition by enhancing both functionality and flexibility..

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A discussion on the cons of Mozilla’s new rapid release cycle, which tries to fix something that wasn’t really broken and creates new problems of its own.

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On the face of it Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility might seem to be an incredibly aggressive move. However, in reality, it is all about defense.

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Google Chrome is the most used browser on Techie Buzz. More than 1 million users out of the 3.5 million users visiting Techie Buzz use Google Chrome as their browser. Here is a look at how Google Chrome is growing so quickly.

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Does Google Plus have enough substance to challenge Facebook, or will it fade away like Wave and Buzz did?

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Tony Price shares his thoughts on Google+, its features, and what all of it means for Social Networking and the Internet as a community. This post is an editorial.

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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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