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Amazon Expanding Deliveries by Its ‘On-Demand’ Drivers: Report

Amazon.com Inc is quietly inviting drivers for its new “on-demand” delivery service to handle its standard packages, as the online retailer known for low prices and razor-thin profit margins looks to speed up delivery times and tamp down its growing multi-billion dollar logistics bill. The move, which has not been announced publicly, is the latest sign that the world’s biggest ... Read More »

Delhi High Court Asks Uber How Many Diesel Cabs It Has Added to Its Fleet

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked the app-based cab service provider Uber to apprise it of the number of the new diesel taxis it has added to its fleet after court’s order that no diesel-based cabs will be included by taxi service providers. “File an affidavit with respect to new diesel taxis you have added for carrying passenger from ... Read More »

No Assassin’s Creed This Year, Watch Dogs 2 to Take Its Place?

As we reported last month, Ubisoft will not be releasing an Assassin’s Creed game this year. Due to the poor response to Assassin’s Creed Unity there won’t see another entry in the immediate future. This of course, refers to the mainline series that sees a 3D open-world Assassin’s Creed game annually, and not spin-off entries in 2D such as Assassin’s ... Read More »

Microsoft’s New App Can Identify the Breed of a Dog From Its Photo

Remember Microsoft’s funny website that could almost accurately guess your age? Well, the Redmond, Washington-based company is at it again. It has released an app called Fetch! which utilises facial recognition and artificial intelligence to recognise your dog’s breed. It is available for Web users as well on what-dog.net. Microsoft on Thursday announced the release of Fetch! for iPhone users. ... Read More »

Microsoft Says 74 Android OEMs Now Pre-Installing Its Apps; Acer Joins List

Microsoft’s Windows Phone may have lost the battle to Android in capturing substantial market share, but it doesn’t mean that there won’t be footprints of the company’s services and apps on your Android device. The Redmond, Washington-based company has announced that it now has 74 Android hardware partners in 25 countries, with Acer now joining that list. These OEMs either ... Read More »

Apple to Soon Accept Broken iPhones in Its Trade-In Program: Report

Apple may soon allow you to trade-in your damaged iPhone for a store gift card. According to a report, the company has updated its iPhone trade-in program to accept old iPhone models – the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus – with damaged screen, home button, and camera sensors. In the meanwhile, Apple has tied up with at ... Read More »

Swachh Bharat Mission to Get Its Own App

The Urban Development Ministry announced on Thursday that it would launch a mobile app for citizens to post their complaints about garbage pile-up in their areas and seek timely redressal of their grievances. Named ‘Swachh City Solutions’, the proposed mobile and Web-based application will be developed in partnership with Bengaluru-based NGO ‘Janaagraha’ Centre for Citizenship and Democracy, to ensure timely ... Read More »