Month: March 2017

Some valid reasons that why you should select Business AnalysisTraining?

March 26, 2017

With the concept of startup, make in India and made in India drive, the entire business is reshuffled to gain more. With the industry facing a blow is soon going to see its benefits in coming years. The new concept has provided with better working opportunities and have opened endless gateways for keeping people professionally […]

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What is Django

March 26, 2017

For someone who knows nothing about Django, it is a web development framework that is easy to use, highly effective and performance oriented and a completely fun way to work and you’d feel the same when you take a Django online certification. One common complain that most of the developers who work on building web-based […]

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WhatsApp Text Status Comes Back to iPhone as ‘About’: How to Get and Use It

March 25, 2017

WhatsApp has tried to curb the outrage over the removal of the text status feature by quickly bringing it back. The Facebook-owned company brought back the feature earlier this week for Android and soon after rolled it back for iPhone users as well. The latest WhatsApp for iPhone update will get you your old text […]

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Nokia 150 Dual SIM Feature Phone Now Available in India at Rs. 2,059

March 25, 2017

HMD Global announced its first Nokia-branded phones with the Nokia 150 and Nokia 150 Dual SIM feature phones back in December last year. The company had mentioned then that the phones will go on sale in the first quarter of 2017, and now the Nokia 150 Dual SIM has been spotted online on Amazon India […]

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US Senate Says ISPs Free to Sell Customer Information Without Permission

March 24, 2017

The Senate voted to kill Obama-era online privacy regulations , a first step toward allowing Internet providers such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to sell your browsing habits and other personal information as they expand their own online ad businesses. Those rules, not yet in effect, would have required Internet providers to ask your permission […]

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iCloud Not Hacked, but Some Passwords in Criminals’ Possession Reportedly Genuine

March 24, 2017

Apple has denied that its security has been compromised, following ransom demands from a criminal group that claims it has the usernames and passwords of hundreds of millions of iCloud and Apple email accounts. However, independent verification of samples of this set provided to media outlets indicate that at least some of them are in […]

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Koho, a mobile-only suite of financial services for millennials, launches in Canada

March 17, 2017

The world of consumer financial services has been turned upside down by the rise of newer technology like apps and the growing expectation from people that they should have a lot more flexibility and access when it comes to controlling how they spend and save their money. The latest development on this comes out of Canada, where […]

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Sign up now for 2-for-1 tickets to TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin, released April 5

March 17, 2017

Disrupt Berlin 2017 doesn’t take place until December, but if you’re looking to attend the best startup show in Europe for the lowest possible price, an important deadline is fast approaching. We’ll be releasing a limited number of tickets to Disrupt Berlin on Wednesday, April 5 and the special price of two for the price of […]

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A new, affordable naming startup for startups

March 9, 2017

A few years ago, I launched a daily email newsletter, and I was ecstatic to be striking out on my own for the first time. Alas, just a few weeks after filing to secure a trademark,  an officious-sounding note appeared in my inbox, and soon after, I found myself shelling out $10,000 in lawyer’s fees over a short-lived […]

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Google is the latest company to brush off most of the Wikileaks vulnerabilities

March 9, 2017

Wikileaks dumped thousands of alleged CIA documents online yesterday that contained lists of vulnerabilities in popular tech products, sending companies scrambling to make sure their security patches were up-to-date. But as companies reviewed the documents, it became clear that most of the vulnerabilities they contained were outdated. Apple first dismissed the majority of the listed […]

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