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Bajaj drives into Indonesia again,this time pillion-riding KTM
Times of India MUMBAI: Bajaj Auto that markets and manufactures the premium bike brand KTM, is making a second attempt to enter Indonesia, this time pillion-riding on the number one European bike brand. Bajaj owns 49 per cent stake in the Vienna Stock... -

LG Signature OLED 65-inch TV
  Of all its high end televisions in India, LG’s Signature OLED series is like the holy grail. Its OLED panels set it apart, and at least until we get to see how Sony’s OLED panels work out,...

Samsung Gear S2: A Good Thing Gets Better
Samsung Gear S2: A Good Thing Gets Better. Read full details

Shortened URLs Can Let Hackers Spy on You: Study
While URL shortening tools may be useful, the short length makes it simple for hackers to brute force (trial and error) them.

Study shows common group to Facebook’s growth as an important news source
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton voters had different media diets, but a study finds common ground in Facebook as an important news source - even if their individual feeds bore little resemblance to each other's. The post Study shows common group to Facebook’s growth as an important news source appeared first on Tech2.

Twitter testing new design for Android app
Micro-blogging website Twitter is testing a new design for an Android app version to make it more user-friendly and easy to navigate

Delhi zoo hobbles back to normalcy, exotic deer births brings back visitors
"We have received more than 25,000 visitors since the zoo was reopened on January 11. More than 20,000 people, including foreigners, visited the park last weekend," zoo curator said.

UK high street retailers race to keep up with online demand
LONDON (Reuters) - British fashion retailers will switch their spending firepower to technology from the high street in 2017 after online shopping became the key driver of sales growth over the all-important festive period.

India semi fab project in jeopardy
Jaiprakash Associates, the lead partner of the Indian government's plan to build two wafer fabs in the subcontinent has announced its withdrawal from the project, stating it's not commercially viable to set up the plant at present.