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Pichai thanks his well wishers for overwhelming response

Pichai thanks his well wishers for overwhelming response

‘It’s been overwhelming to see such generous and warm responses,’ Pichai tweeted. Google CEO Sundar Pichai has expressed gratitude over the deluge of wishes extended to him on his promotion to the helm of the technology giant. "It’s been overwhelming to see such generous and warm responses from many dear friends, colleagues and strangers - heartfelt thanks," Pichai, 43, tweeted on Wednesday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Apple CEO Tim Cook and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella ..., 2 weeks ago

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School celebrates Pichai's appointment

The school’s staff said they did not have any records showing the new Google chief executive officer studied there. It was a joyous occasion at the Vanavani Matriculation Higher Secondary School in Chennai as news broke that Sundar Pichai, a former student, had been appointed the new chief executive officer of Google. During assembly in the morning students held up posters. However, the school’s staff said they did not have any records showing the new Google chief executive officer ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Satya Nadella’s Strategy for Microsoft

The CEO wants to capture a handset market lost to Google’s Android by upgrading desktop computers and laptops to a Windows 10 loaded with attractive apps for any device 17 July 2015 BY: Aresh Shirali
 Open Magazine1 month ago
IndiaTV News

#Top10Criminals trends on Twitter: PM Modi on Google search list

New Delhi: Modi’s supporters are feeling enraged with Google search engine. Their anger stems from the fact that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s picture appears thrice on a Google Image search for ‘Top 10 Criminals’ tag. The picture ...
 IndiaTV News2 months ago 15 astonishing facts you never knew about Google  Jagran Post1 week ago Google pays tribute to Kalam with 'black ribbon'  Jagran Post1 month ago What next for Google's $3.2bn guru?  DangoteNews.com1 month ago

Google apologises after showing Modi in top criminals' list

After Twitter erupted over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s image showing up in a search for the ‘Top 10 criminals in India,’ Google apologised to the Indian leader. In a statement, the search giant said, “These results trouble us and are not reflective of the opinions of Google. Sometimes, the way images are described on the internet can yield surprising results to specific queries. We apologise for any confusion or misunderstanding this has caused. We're continually ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Google apologises to PM Modi for showing his images in #Top10Criminals list  IndiaTV News2 months ago
Jagran Post

Google to launch smartphone worth USD 50 to revive Android One programme in India

According to Financial Times, the company’s managing Director in Southeast Asia, Rajan Anandan remained “very committed” to Android One. “The much-hyped mobile standard had not delivered to expectations”, Anandan admitted in ...
 Jagran Post3 weeks ago LG to make 2015 Nexus smartphone for Google: Report  Jagran Post1 month ago Top 10 tablets in 2015  Rediff.com1 week ago Lava planning to launch Android One handset for Rs 12,000 in Indian market  Jagran Post1 month ago

Tomatina is back! Tomato fest leaves Spanish town red

Yes, it’s that time of year again when people start hurling mushy tomatoes at each other in the street of Spain for absolutely no reason. Here are the best images from the world’s best food throwing festival.  In its 70th year, the Tomatina festival is held in the Bunol village in Valencia, Spain. As many as 20,000 people hurled tomatoes at each other at the festival, which is believed to have started in 1945. Photograph: Heino Kalis/Reuters During the festival, 175 tonnes of ...
 Rediff.com5 hours ago

15 facts every Indian must know about Independence Day

The first revolt for Independence began in 1857 with the sepoy mutiny in Meerut. 2. After the ‘purna swaraj’ promulgation, 26th of January was declared as Independence Day. 3. India got Independence between 11 pm to 12 am, midnight on ...
 Jagran Post2 weeks ago

Nikesh Arora's tweet on Pichai: Now I feel cheated

In an earlier tweet Arora who recently left Google to join SoftBank Corp and is now its President said, “Brilliant guy, clear thinker, gets things done and a wonderful person at that. @sundarpichai With just 1,66,778 followers on Twitter, Sundar Pichai may still be far behind Microsoft’s India born chief Satya Nadella (5,04,020) and Apple chief Tim Cook who has over 1.3 million followers, but Monday’s announcement which elevated Pichai as the chief of Google Inc. has put him ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

With Rs 20 lakh, he built a Rs 350-cr business

  'I found my motivation in the fast emerging mobile market.' 'Nokia’s biggest mistake lay in its stubbornness to change.' 'It’s important to understand the pulse of the people.' “To succeed in life, you need to be a dreamer and need to follow that dream with passion, hard work and dedication,” said Md Gyasuddin, top, managing director of Hitech Mobiles. He observed this simple rule of life and today he is the owner of Rs 350-crore (Rs 3.5-billion) business.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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