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Germany Won; So Did Microsoft: How Bing Predicted World Cup Winners

Microsoft’s Bing and Cortana accurately predicted almost all winners in the knock-out rounds with the help of data sets, algorithms and predictive analysis.

Monetization of Mobile Apps for Indian Developers, the Amazon way

Paid apps or in-app purchase only gets you so far. There are more ways of monetizing an app, Amazon tells developers

Intel Ivy Bridge Graphics: Entry-Level Graphics Cards are Dead

Intel's new Ivy Bridge CPU, next to its predecessor, is a only a bit faster and consumes less power, but the real gains are on the graphics side.

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News

Supporting Linux wasn't 'worthwhile,' says creator of one of 2015's best PC games

On the plus side, Obsidian says actually creating a Linux port of Pillars of Eternity wasn't difficult.

Google's Niantic Labs to become independent company

Two days after announcing a sweeping reorganization, Google has detailed its first departure. Niantic Labs, an augmented reality unit of Google, will be spun off into an independent company.

The International, Valve's $18 million Dota 2 tourney, disrupted by DDoS attack

It's day two of The International 2015, Valve's massive $18 million Dota 2 tournament, and play has ground to a halt in the very first match of the very first round due to a crippling distributed denial of service attack (DDoS).

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Opinion

How Enterprise Social Networks Can Address Collaboration Inefficiencies

In this mobile age, where work is not restricted to a physical space and employees need to be connected 24/7, enterprise social collaboration solutions eliminate the risk of duplicated efforts and miscommunication.

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Slide-Show

8 Ways Technology Kicked Off the FIFA 2014 World Cup

The FIFA 2014 World Cup is as much about the adrenaline and the glory of winning as it is about technology this year. New high-tech innovations are not only assisting decision-makers but also enhancing the football fans' delight.

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