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Mobile internet services suspended in Kashmir
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RA Mobile Apps Meeting Some Needs, Missing the Mark on Others
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EE and Vodafone are UK’s worst mobile providers, says Which?
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Google will soon find you a job as the tech giant refines its mastery over AI
The Economic Times of India • Sreeraman Thiagarajan
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India imposes Ramadan curfew in Kashmir after violence
Al Jazeera
Thousands of people on Sunday defied a strict curfew across most of Indian-administered Kashmir to attend the funeral of a top rebel commander killed by security forces. Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, a senior leader of the Hizbul Mujahideen group, was fatally shot on...
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Advertising Industry, Facebook Inc
Don't Buy Snap If You Think It Will Be The Next Facebook
Seeking AlphaArmin Rahmani
Summary Snapchat had a disappointing Q1 report. Facebook has a platform based model that is not like Snapchat. Snapchat's data does not have the predictive power that Facebook has. Instagram and WhatsApp have already surpassed Snapchat in Daily Average Users. Snapchat is...
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American Express Co, Credit Cards
Why MobiKwik is attempting to morph into a financial services provider
The Economic Times of IndiaRajiv Singh
The chances of beating the odds, reckons Bipin Preet Singh, increase manifold for an “underdog”. The cofounder of India’s second largest mobile wallet, MobiKwik, knows the kind of odds stacked against him: the Alibaba-backed largest wallet player Paytm, which recently raised $1.4...
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Mobile, Social Media Industry
Mobile internet services suspended in Kashmir
The Economic Times of India
SRINAGAR: Mobile internet services were suspended in Kashmir Valley today as a precautionary measure in the wake of killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat in an encounter with security forces in Tral. Mobile internet services have been snapped across the...
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Health Care Industry, Mobile
RA Mobile Apps Meeting Some Needs, Missing the Mark on Others
MedPage TodayAmy Reyes
A scientific review of mobile apps for tracking rheumatoid arthritis disease activity finds that most apps are either simple calculators for physicians to measure disease activity or tools for patients to track symptoms, most of which do not uniformly collect data using...
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Android (operating system), Google Inc
Seven awesome apps and hacks to improve office productivity
The Economic Times of IndiaSimar Bedi
Whether you are doing a nine-to-five job or running a business, being productive is a must. But with the profusion of technology, information, websites, apps, and work pressure, staying focused and organized is becoming difficult. To put all the right numbers at...
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Apple Inc, Artificial Intelligence
Apple Uses Its Chip Expertise To Move Ahead In AI
Seeking AlphaMark Hibben
Summary Apple reportedly developing an AI chip for mobile devices. Apple gaining on its competitors in AI. Thank you, TSMC. Rethink Technology business briefs for May 26, 2017. Apple reportedly developing an AI chip for mobile devices Source: Artificial Intelligence Online Mark...
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Mobile, Mobile Phones
EE and Vodafone are UK’s worst mobile providers, says Which?
The GuardianMiles Brignall
EE and Vodafone have been named as the UK’s two worst mobile phone providers by the consumer group Which? In its sixth annual survey of members, EE and Vodafone, which together account for more than half the market, recorded the worst scores...
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Android (operating system), Cloud Computing Services
Google will soon find you a job as the tech giant refines its mastery over AI
The Economic Times of IndiaSreeraman Thiagarajan
Looks like Google I/O, their annual developer conference is now likely to stay at their backyard at Shoreline Amphitheatre as opposed to Moscone center in San Francisco where eight of their previous conferences were held. Shoreline Amphitheatre is an open-air venue in...
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Credit Cards, Credit Services
For mobile wallet players, it's survival of the fittest, not the fastest
The Economic Times of IndiaRajiv Singh
DELHI: Pictures might tell a story, but numbers instil life into it. Take, for instance, mobile wallet startup MobiKwik. Since last November, it's been adding 10,000 merchants every day. "We have doubled in last seven months," says Upasana Taku, cofounder of the...
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