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April 8, 2014: Microsoft is going to End Support for XP Operating System

Regardless of the fact that Windows XP will never die and it is still very popular in various countries including China, Microsoft has decided to stop supporting XP operating system..

12 March 2014
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April 8, 2014: Microsoft is going to End Support for XP Operating System

2014: The Most Expensive Year for the Travel Industry

MasFlight, a corporate software company that monitors and analyzes big data for the logistics and transport sector, reported that due to poor weather conditions...

05 March 2014
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2014: The Most Expensive Year for the Travel Industry

WeChat: The biggest innovation of China’s Biggest Internet Company

The people of China are always in search of new technology and innovations and they often get success brining out an innovation to the entire world...

01 March 2014
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WeChat: The biggest innovation of China’s Biggest Internet Company

A Great News for WhatsApp Users: Enjoy Voice Calls using WhatsApp

The world’s famous texting application, WhatsApp was acquired by Facebook in $19 billion and the best thing is that they are introducing voice call service

26 February 2014
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A Great News for WhatsApp Users: Enjoy Voice Calls using WhatsApp

Was Microsoft smart to play it safe with CEO pick?

After compiling a list of more than 100 CEO candidates, Microsoft settled on Satya Nadella a home-grown leader who joined the software maker in the early 1990s. That’s back when Google’s founders were teenagers and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was in elementary school.

05 February 2014
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Was Microsoft smart to play it safe with CEO pick?

Sears to close flagship Loop location in April

Sears Holdings said Tuesday it plans to close its flagship location in the Loop this spring. The troubled Hoffman Estates-based retailer will start its liquidation sale at the location at 2 N. State St. on Jan. 26 and shut its doors in April.

22 January 2014
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Sears to close flagship Loop location in April

Google contact lens could be option for diabetics

Brian Otis gingerly holds what looks like a typical contact lens on his index finger. Look closer. Sandwiched in this lens are two twinkling glitter-specks loaded with tens of thousands of miniaturized transistors. It's ringed with a hair-thin antenna. Together these remarkable miniature electronics can monitor glucose levels in tears of diabetics and then wirelessly transmit them to a handheld device.

17 January 2014
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Google contact lens could be option for diabetics

World Bank sees stronger growth as rich economies expand

The World Bank on Tuesday raised its forecast for global growth for the first time in three years as advanced economies started to pick up pace, led by the United States.

15 January 2014
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World Bank sees stronger growth as rich economies expand

Abenomics drives Nikkei to highest yearly gain since 1972

Japan's main bourse has posted its steepest annual rise in more than 40 years following 12 months of "Abenomics", the new Japanese premier's suite of measures to catapult the economy out of a decades-long slump.

30 December 2013
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Abenomics drives Nikkei to highest yearly gain since 1972

U.S. sells rest of GM stock

The federal government closed the books on the taxpayer bailout of General Motors Co., selling the remaining shares in the nation's largest automaker and taking an expected $10.5-billion loss.

10 December 2013
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U.S. sells rest of GM stock