India Wants High Quality Porn Instead Of No Porn At All

India wants high quality porn instead of no porn at all

More than a decade ago, when I covered the porn industry for the first time for NRI magazine India Empire I wrote, In this day of easy sex and dial-a-porn, Indians are beginning to let go of their penchant for equating sex on screen with smut. Liberalization and exposure to the Internet may have got a lot to do with the change in attitudes—on both sides, the middle-class movie goer, and the lumpen vandal—but what has helped in this transformation is the arrival of a new breed of Bollywood actresses and directors.    India Empire, October 2004   Little did I know how far India would come within the next 10 years? Not far ahead, far below. From what I know, the Indian government has a duty to protect the rights and integrity of its citizens. Whenever did they get the freedom to rid people of their rights? Banning porn sites [+more]

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How Windows 10 May Annoy You?

Project Juggernaut Alpha to be launched as Surface Mobile

Windows 10 may be giving permission to Microsoft to share your internet bandwidth with others. Next Web is the first to spot this feature in the new version of Windows. The feature called Windows Update Delivery Optimization downloads the same updates and apps that you get through Windows Update and the Windows Store and then shares it with other people on local internet. Delivery Optimization creates a local cache, and stores files that it has downloaded in that cache for a short period of time.” Next Web opined, “Depending on your settings, Windows then send parts of those files to other PCs on your local network or PCs on the Internet that are downloading the same files.” This feature works similar to BitTorrent. This is a feature that is enabled by default in all the Windows 10 desktop editions. However, on Windows 10 Education and Windows 10 Enterprise, this feature distributes [+more]

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Xiaomi 5, Redmi Note 2 Photos Leaked; Redmi Note 2 Expected to Hit Market First

Xiaomi 5 and Redmi Note 2 photos leaked on internet

Rumors surrounding the Xiaomi 5 launch seem to be getting stronger with each passing day. Most recently, leaked images of the Xiaomi 5 hint at some of the expected specifications of the handset. These leaks also seem to have some good news for those who are anxiously waiting for the Redmi Note 2. Specifications at a Glance Though there is no official confirmation from the company, these leaked images indicate that Xiaomi 5 will sport dual camera arrangements similar to the ones found in HTC One M8, reports TechRadar. The handset is also expected to feature dual flashes between the two sensors of the phone. Even though detailed specifications of the phone are not known, the leaked image reflects that this phone will have a glass or glossy plastic back cover, which will significantly add to the look of the phone. The leaked image of Redmi Note 2 is also quite impressive. The phone is expected to feature a new fingerprint sensory [+more]

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Google News Labs to train journalists and make internet a better place

Google Inc Rejects Allegations Leveled By European Commission

Google has taken a step forward to make the internet a better place by training online journalists with the standards that they need to follow for presenting news in a better way, reports TechRadar. Google has created its very own News Labs to ensure that the news quality can meet the standards expected by the online readers.  Mission of News Lab  In a recent blog post, Steve Grove said that the News Lab aims to collaborate with the entrepreneurs and journalists on how to apply technological innovations in news reporting. The News Lab not just intents to sharpen the skills of the journalists but also serve millions of readers or users across the globe. According to Grove, both technology and media landscape are evolving continuously and he believes that better information can be created only when the journalists and technologists coordinates with each other. Though Google News Lab is turning [+more]

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Net Neutrality: Facebook’s Internet.Org Expands In India

Save Your Facebook Pictures From Landing Into Wrong Hands

We can always bank on Facebook to work a miracle even while TRAI is trying to pack up net neutrality for once and all. Facebook has launched a platform, internet.org on Monday. This offers ground for developers to allow net access in growing niches and low income sectors in India. Currently, developers are trying to gauge the regulations applicable for joining the same besides also understanding the kind of content considered apt for being featured here. The platform had earlier been launched in February this year in alliance with Reliance Communications. However, a large number of content creators and e-comm portals pulled out citing plausible violations of principle for net neutrality back then. The service is currently available in eight different countries besides India and is eyeing to bring in more than 8 million people online. With the issues related to net neutrality taking on more severity in India, Chris [+more]

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FREECULTR: Back to Basics, with Discounts!

Yes, the scope of e-commerce in India is growing rapidly and more people are realizing the convenience of shopping online. Internet users in India are now spoilt for choice with a plethora of e-commerce websites offering almost every kind of product imaginable online – books, clothes, watches, gizmos, shoes, and even home furnishing. FREECULTR is one such website that designs and manufactures its own brand of apparel and its USP lies in the fact that it is THE place to shop at if you are looking to add stylish basics to your wardrobe without burning a hole in your pockets. FREECULTR is based out of Noida and was founded by Sujal Shah, former head of fashion (India) at IMG, Harish Bahl, founder and group CEO of The Smile Group, Sandeep Singh, former brand and media solutions lead at Quasar, and Rajesh Narkar. It was in the news towards the end [+more]

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