Monthly Archives: November 2013

Sony And Mercedes Come Together To Organise A ‘GT6 Racing Challenge’ In India

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Any person spotting the GT6 branded cars and inboxing it’s image to Sony PlayStation India’s Facebook page will stand to win a prize
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How mGaadi is Changing Your Auto-Rickshaw Experience, And the Drivers’ Lives

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A little startup in Bangalore is trying to solve a major problem in the city. The task? Organize auto drivers & make it work really well for commuters.
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Apple iPhone 5C Outselling Samsung Galaxy S4 In India

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Before the launch, the colorful iPhone 5C was rumored to be an affordable handset and will target emerging markets like China and India. However, it turns out that’s not the case as iPhone 5C is just $100 less than the forward-thinking iPhone 5S.
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Push for ‘traffic light’ food labelling to fight obesity in India

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An Indian consumer group is conducting a pilot project for traffic light food labelling.
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Switched-on girls serious players in gaming world

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VIDEO games are not just for children or 30-year-olds playing in their mothers’ basements anymore. Toowoomba gaming expert Samantha Brooke can attest to that.
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Study shows TV watching worse for kids than video games

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A wide scale United Kingdom study of some 11,000 preschoolers has concluded that there was no relation between playing video games and later behavior problems.
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The Dark Side of Farmville: When Social Media and Mobile Gaming Go Too Far

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The sun may never set on Farmville, but hopefully a generation of people will be able to look back and say, I have not wasted my life and alienated those around me by buying fake cows and harvesting fake crops for hours on end under the guise of…
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