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IT officials says YouTube will remain blocked ‘indefinitely’ in Pakistan

Advertisements ISLAMABAD: A government official said, You Tube will remain blocked ‘indefinitely’ in Pakistan, as experts failed to find a way to filter content deemed offensive and blasphemous. The video-sharing website has been blocked in Pakistan since September 2012 over its hosting of the “Innocence of Muslims” movie that sparked …

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PTA introduces new draft for Retail Tariff Regulations 2015

ISLAMABD: According to official website of Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), anchorites introduced draft under the name of Telecommunication Services Retail Tariff Regulations 2015. A draft of the regulation reveals that PTA will be able to make sure that tariffs of the telecom services, will be in the reach of consumers …

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Pakistan tops the list of most porn-searching countries Google reveals

Pakistan tops the list of most porn-searching countries and leads the way in porn searches for animals like pigs, donkeys, dogs, cats and snakes, according to data revealed by Google. It further explained that six of the top eight porn-searching countries were Muslim majority states. The country at number two in …

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5 milliom 3G connection sold out in five months

KARACHI: Pakistan’s telecommunication sector sold five millions high -speed Internet connections within five months of launching third-generation (3G) mobile spectrum licenses with China Mobile Pakistan (Zong) winning most of market share, PTA revealed on Monday in its first ever public report on 3G and 4G subscriptions. The four mobile operators …

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30 seconds maximum to recharge Phones, StoreDot claims

TEL AVIV: An Israel based company claims, it has developed technology that can charge battery of phone and electric car in merely seconds. Applying nano-technology instead of conventional method to synthesize artificial molecules, StoreDot says it has developed a battery that can store a much higher charger quicker than every, …

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Google launched ad-free net experiment

Google has just unveiled a project that comes with option for the users to pay visit sites without be teased by adverts. Dubbed Contributor, users can pay a monthly fee of ranging $1 to $3 for ad-free sits. When those who have paid their subscriptions visit a partaking site they …

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Ayyan Quershi British Pakistani becomes the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional

London: Ayyan Quershi, a Pakistani boy living in Britain has become the youngest ever Microsoft Certified Professional at the age of five. Ayyan’s father, an information technology consultant, said: “From a very early age he used to watch me on the computer. He used to sit beside me and watch …

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Contractor sues Google, overtime payment breach

Google was sued by worker this week who stated the company did not pay overtime,  improperly recognized him as an independent contractor then terminated him after he asked for  more hours to be covered under his contract. The case, filed in a New York federal court on Wednesday, seeks to …

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Video games are not making us more ferocious, study reveals

Chirstpoher Ferguson, a psychologist at Stetson Unvierstyi n Florida, carried out two research studies into media violence. In the first, his team correlated US homicide rates between 1920 and 2005, with events of violence depicted in movies. Although there was evidence of slight connection between a rise in screened and …

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Microsoft is all set to launch its smartwatch

NEW YORK: Microsoft Corp. is getting ready to commence a smartwatch within next few weeks that will passively track the user’s heat rate and operate across different mobile platforms, Forbes reported on Sunday. The wearable gadget’s battery life span will exceed two days of regular use, Forbes reported, citing that …

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4, best yet by Samsung

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the fourth iteration of Samsung’s popular phablet series that features a new metal body, a good camera and less gimmicky software. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has 5.7 inches screen, after streching from 5.3 inches in its first Galaxy, then rising to 5.3 inches and then 5.7 inches. …

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Search Query Gap over iPhones and iPads

It is expected that Apple is going to introduce new iPads next week. But question is how stimulated do users get about new iPads. Unlike as much they did about new iPhone. This is the tale described by a sampling of Google search queries made worldwide. Fondness in new iPhones …

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Pakistan: 3G users exceed more than 2.5 million

In such a short time 3G users reaches more than 2.5 million, auction of 3G and 4G was done in the month of April in Pakistan, it was more than the expected subscribers, Revealed by government official. This number of 3G users is quite close to the broadband users, around …

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Google launched ‘Camel view’ in United Arab Emirates

As the changes are coming all over the world, it’s quite difficult to accept that changes are positive or negative. New inventions , visions are introduced but time proves there efficiency. Google launched ‘Camel Cam’, which is said to be evolved form of Google street cam. The trial in the …

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