A new study explains why despite Google+'s massive membership, the social network is more like The Matrix than a metropolis.
Call it superstition or the Mumbai school of batsmanship which teaches one to put team before self, 14-year-old Prithvi Shaw had categorically told his teammates not to prompt his personal score, which is why he didn't know that he reached 490s during his knock of 546.
Standing at just over five feet, 15-year-old Prithvi Shaw stood tall at Azad Maidan on Wednesday, the ground where Mumbai cricket dreams are built. Playing for Rizvi Springfield (Bandra), he struck a mammoth 546 against St. Francis D’Assisi.
Teenager Prithvi Shaw, playing for Rizvi Springfield (Bandra), etched himself a name in the hallowed school of Mumbai cricket, with blazing knock of 546 in a Harris Shield (Elite division) match.
Gabriel Weinberg, founder of zero-tracking search engine, credits Prism with prompting rise in traffic. Charles Arthur reports
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As the SMS celebrates its 20th birthday, there are signs of it losing popularity. Charles Arthur writes.
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The US Federal Trade Commission has carried out a huge international crackdown on a number of "tech support" scams run out of India which have conned people in the UK, US, Canada and elsewhere out of millions of pounds since 2008.
Apple iPhone 5 has won rave reviews from tech bloggers and other reviewers who were given the faster, slimmer and lighter smartphone ahead of its release to customers later this week, with CNET describing it as "flat out lovely."
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In 1951, American author Issac Asimov's literary agents requested him to write a juvenile science fiction novel that would serve as the basis of a television series.
Leaked documents reveal the social network site’s attitude towards sex, violence.
Facebook, Myspace and Twitter chide Google for artificially push Google+ results up rankings. Charles Arthur reports.
As Wi-Fi hotspots increase, small businesses across the UK are waking up to the benefits of offering free internet access.
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Amazon confirms that Kindles were the biggest selling products this Christmas. Britain seems to have finally accepted the trend of electronic books.