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Microsoft Launches Windows 8 Mobile Operating System

In a bid to make the competition even stiffer, Microsoft has launched its much awaited new Windows 8 operating system for PC’s and tablets on Monday in San Francisco. With this launch, Microsoft plans to take a big chunk of tablet and mobile market that is currently ruled by Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android. Microsoft plans to launch aggressive marketing of the new operating system and as CEO Steve Ballmer ...

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Pets in Need of Shelter and Food Supplies after Sandy

After hurricane Sandy hit New York and other parts of the country, thousands of animals are in dire need of shelter and food supplies to remain alive. According to the estimate of the American Humane Association, more than 15 million dogs, 14 million cats, 1.5 million horses were in the path of the hurricane Sandy, not to mention the fishes and other assorted animals. Richard Gentles, spokesman for Animal C ...

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Arsenal Wenger Wants Theo Walcott

After Tuesday night’s thrilling 7-5 Capital One Cup victory over Reading in which 23 year old Theo Walcott displayed his goal scoring hunger and threat by scoring a hat-trick, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger wants to retain the Englishman with his side. Although Theo Walcott’s contract with the side expires in January at the end of the season and the player and the club is at loggerheads over salary negotiations ...

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Optimize Your Website Regularly

Most of us enter the SEO game only once that is when we launch our website and then forget to optimize our website as we fail to understand the need of optimization on regular basis. SEO is not a quick coat of paint before calling the house ready for occupation and then leaving it the same way till it starts to peel off. SEO is a science with which your website talks to the search engines in the language th ...

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U.S. Presidential Elections 2012

As the last 24 hours to the final countdown arrive and both the Democrat incumbent Barrack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are tied equally at 48-48 in the nationwide popular vote, all attention has turned towards a handful of states that have in the past never been considered significant for the outcome for the presidential post. These states have assumed so much significance because never has ...

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Obama the World’s Favorite to Win US Election

The elections in America are just round the corner with less than 48 hours left for its citizens to vote. While the rest of the world is going to watch intensely, they would not be able to influence the outcome. The world is riding on a lot of expectations from the US presidential elections though it will not be able to vote to have any influence on the results. Most non-US citizens are looking forward to a ...

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Robert Thanks his Indian Fans

Robert Pattinson, better known as the brooding vampire Edward Cullen from the “Twilight” series has a huge fan following in India and Robert is well aware of this fact. Thanking his Indian fans for their love and support to the vampire character, Robert said that the Indian film market was huge and he hoped that the love that he has been bestowed upon with continues with “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – ...

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Government Pumps Money Into Green Programs

The green energy as must be known is the use of alternative sources of energy rather than burning of the fossil fuels. Countries are fast realizing that the limited sources of energy are fast being depleted and therefore, there is urgent need to switch to green energy. While the developing nations are realizing the importance of this aspect, some of the most developed countries of the world are already doin ...

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GCSE Marking Scandal

Much has changed on the education sector in the past decade. Students and classes have gone online, which is considered a welcome change. However, sometimes there are some instances that bring a bad name to the entire sector. This is what happened recently as the GCSE marking scandal was revealed. As per the reports revealed teachers were found to be inflating the marks of their students so that they get to ...

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Oil Rises While World Shares Fall

Hitting land on Monday, the storm ‘Sandy’ had forced everything and everyone to shut down and this applied to the New York Stock Exchange as well. However, as the storm subsided by Wednesday, Wall Street was again trading with all shares trading in the red except the crude oil ones, which were on a rise. ‘Sandy’ has changed the course of exchange trading to an extent as the futures on the US lumbar soared a ...

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