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Indian Messaging App GupShup Goes Multi-Lingual With 9 Local Languages

In a bid to expand its reach among non-English and non-Hindi speaking mobile users in India, locally-made mobile messaging app GupShup is going multi-lingual. Nine Indian regional languages namely Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu have been made available along with English. With these nine languages newly added, GupShup can strategically… Read More »

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Microsoft Office comes to Android phones for $100-per year

Microsoft is bringing a pared-down version of its Office software to Android phones, but it won’t work on Android tablets just as it doesn’t on iPads. The software was to be available starting July 31. It requires a $100-a-year (U.S.) subscription to Office and won’t be sold separately. The new offering follows the release of… Read More »

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Pinterest adds animated pinning shortcut to iOS app

Pinterest has updated its iPhone app to version 2.6, adding a faster way to pin and several other improvements. The newest iPhone version, for instance, brings with it an animated shortcut for repinning, liking and sending pins to pals when you press on an entry. Though similar in function to Tumblr’s sharing tools, the menu… Read More »

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Our Top Ten Cloud-Based Apps & How They Can Benefit Your Business

Cloud applications have gone down a storm with companies everywhere, but what is the cloud really used for, and how can it benefit your business? You’re probably using some cloud based software already; they are programs, such as web-based email accounts, that you can access from any platform connected to the internet. This has massive… Read More »

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Kenya’s Safaricom launches new subscription internet bundle Chattitude for social media access

Kenya’s telecommunication giant Safaricom will tomorrow launch a 60 day promotion for their new subscription internet bundle called Chattitude which will allow subscribers access to Twitter, WhatsApp and Facebook for KSh10 a day. The daily access social internet bundle, Chattitude, will target the growing youth market that has taken to social media for their daily… Read More »

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Is Instagram turning its back on third-party app Instance?

Instagram’s native application doesn’t work with Windows Phone 8. And if a new report is true, it appears Instagram wants no part in allowing other app providers to use its private API to create their own alternative. Speaking to The Verge in an interview published on Tuesday, Daniel Gary, the creator of Instance, a third-party… Read More »

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Google reveals it spent $966 million in Waze acquisition

Google disclosed Thursday how much it paid for the Israel-based company behind the mapping app Waze: a whopping sum of $966 million. After weeks of speculations about the how much Google had spent on the Waze acquisitions, search engine finally confirmed it had spent $966 million, a price a few million dollars shy of the… Read More »

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