• Amazon and Alibaba tussle for India's B2B e-commerce market Both e-commerce giants are on a crusade to win in India

  • Twitter sets sale price tag at $30 billion Would the multibillion dollar deal of LinkedIn has something to do with Twitter's move to go on sale? The answer is, yes!

  • Disney wants to buy-out Twitter Disney confirmed its potential acquisition with Twitter soon. Up to this moment, Disney is currently in progress of communicating with bankers whether they would close an agreement to buy one of the most popular social media sites in the world.

  • Clinton 'won' first debate, according to pundits After organizing the reactions for the first debate of the 2016 campaign at Hofstra University in New York between US Presidential Candidates: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, experts said that the Democratic candidate Clinton won the first debate battle.

  • Self flying taxis coming The application known for taxi hailing surprises the world with another fantastic ambition.

  • Google’s Self Driving Car Crash Incident Highlights Key Problem for Autonomous Cars on U.S. Roads Google’s autonomous car on Friday was hit in its worst car crash incident in Mountain View, California. Bystanders call it the worst car crash that a self-driving car has ever been involved in. No injuries have been reported in the incident.

  • Record video like a spy with Snapchat's Spectacles $130 sunglasses "What if you could go back and see that memory the way you experienced it? That's why we built Spectacles."

  • Tesla's lithium-ion battery to end natural gas disasters Last October 2015, the world was shocked when the natural gas reservoir in Aliso Canyon ruptured, making it one of the worst catastrophes in the United States. In response to this matter, the US government has no options but to support the rise of Tesla Motors as it won the bid for building a power storage facility in Southern California.

  • Twitter's new owners may include Google, A number of major tech companies are supposedly in the talks of purchasing the floundering Twitter.

  • Apple's iMac 2016, beyond the limits of modern technology At the very moment IMac 2016 was introduced, rumours become rampant while buyers expect new and advanced features from one of the world's leading company, Apple.

  • Looking for torrent? Here's the top 6 best torrent sites in 2016 If you are frustrated on the latest news of hacker invasions over Kat, Kickass and The Pirate Bay torrent sites, it is time to move out from your comfort zone and try something new.

  • Hackers disguise malware as popular torrent downloads Regular torrent clients must be alarmed for cyber criminals find a new way to infiltrate the said site through spreading malware using popular downloads. Audio, video and other innocent torrent files received an attempt to infect more cyber victims that have yet no idea.

  • AMD Radeon RX 490 AMD’s Radeon RX 490 graphics card has been floated around to hit the market before 2016 ends. Given that this motherboard partner will be providing a gaming performance at the highest resolution level, it is likely that the chip will be out during the first half of 2017 at the earliest.

  • Jailbreaking Apple’s iOS 10.0.1 The Chinese hacking group Pangu has been on the move to come up with a jailbreaking tool for Apple’s newest iOS. In order the check this activity and confuse the hackers, the tech giant has released the Golden Master edition which is technically iOS 10.0.1.

  • Samsung plunges as Apple rises with iPhone 7 The sales of Apple’s iPhone 7 are expected to rise given the disaster brought about by exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

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