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Japanese telecommunications giant SoftBank is pouring in a series of investments in India. SoftBank has invested $627 million in India’s leading e-commerce company Snapdeal, and around $210 million in Olacabs, an Uber like service in the country.

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xiaomiChinese mobile manufacturers tend to face a lot of concerns over data security. Earlier it was Huawei in the United States, and now it’s Xiaomi in India. The country’s Air Force advised its employees to avoid smartphones from the Chinese smartphone maker due to data security issues. But Xiaomi has reacted very quickly.

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amazonandfutureIndian retail industry has experienced phenomenal growth with noticeable interest towards online retailing. Considering the growing awareness and brand consciousness among common consumers, the total concept of shopping has changed in terms of format and consumer buying behavior.

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inboxGoogle primarily may be a search company but e-mail is at the core of its business now. When Gmail launched, it took web based e-mail to a whole new level. A large storage space, cleaner interface, and the trademark Google search capability made Gmail a winner. Google is now all set to reinvent what it started with Gmail.

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dreamforceMicrosoft and Salesforce had earlier announced a partnership to integrate their offerings some time back. At the Dreamforce conference today, both the companies announced a new Salesforce1 app for Windows Phone. The app will be released in the second quarter of 2015.

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win10Microsoft recently revealed its upcoming desktop operating system Windows 10. Alongside, it also launched a new program called the Windows Insider Program, which users can join to test the upcoming desktop release. With Windows 10 the company is planning on revealing more information before the actual release than ever before.

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salesforce-ceoSalesforce is all set to launch Wave, its all new analytics service. The company is holding its Dreamforce conference in San Fransisco tomorrow. The app, however, is already available in the AppExchange. The new service will be launched by the company’s CEO Marc Benioff at the conference.

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amazon dynamodbAmazon has updated its DynamoDB NoSQL database service, and has announced a new expanded free tier along with ability to store entire JSON format documents in single database items. DynamoDB always had a free tier for developers who want to try out the service.

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dockerDocker, Inc., the company behind the Docker open platform for distributed applications, announced that it has acquired Koality, the developer of a highly regarded continuous integration solution. The Koality team will help accelerate the development of solutions for managing the lifecycle of Dockerized, distributed applications.

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onenote 2Microsoft has finally launched its OneNote Class Notebook Creator. The app has been designed to make it easier for teachers to perform their job. In a modern classroom where a new set of devices are starting to take over conventional Windows-powered machines, the OneNote Class Notebook Creator might just make Windows cool all over again, in schools.

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