Uber fares in Delhi slashed by 25 percent for a limited time

By on October 21, 2014 at 10:55 AM.

Uber fares in Delhi slashed by 25 percent for a limited time

Uber has got into the festive mood early, and it is celebrating by slashing the fares in Delhi by 25 percent. This offer is valid for a limited time only, and doesn’t require any promo codes either. More →
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BSNL cuts call rates to Nepal by 35 percent as Prime Minister’s Office raises issue

By on October 20, 2014 at 11:33 AM.

BSNL cuts call rates to Nepal by 35 percent as Prime Minister’s Office raises issue

State-owned BSNL has reduced call rates to Nepal by about 35 percent as the Prime Minister's Office had raised the issue of high call charges to the neighbouring country with the Department of Telecom. More →
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Uber shifts service tax pressure onto cab drivers, will provide member list to authorities

By on October 14, 2014 at 7:21 PM.

Uber shifts service tax pressure onto cab drivers, will provide member list to authorities

After the service tax department weighed in on Uber, the company has passed on the pressure to its cab drivers or registered owners. As per a report in Economic Times, Uber has agreed to provide the authorities with information about its member drivers implying that these members working under Uber's support may have to register with the service tax department, pay tax and file returns every month. More →
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Dropbox-owned Mailbox for Mac opens public beta to all users

By on October 14, 2014 at 2:24 PM.

Dropbox-owned Mailbox for Mac opens public beta to all users

The newly launched email client Mailbox, which received overwhelming response when it made its official debut on Mac in August is now available to anyone to give it a try without waiting in line, the company announced on Twitter earlier today. The Dropbox-owned email application is still in its beta phase, however, new users are no longer required to have “betacodes” to start using the service. More →

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Dropbox hacked? Hacker says 7 million Dropbox accounts hacked, company refutes claim

By on October 14, 2014 at 9:33 AM.

Dropbox hacked? Hacker says 7 million Dropbox accounts hacked, company refutes claim

Earlier this morning reports surfaced online that Dropbox had been hacked with nearly seven million accounts believed to have been compromised. The company has however allayed fears by saying that the passwords were hacked from third-party services, and most of the leaked account details have “expired for quite some time now,” TheNextWeb reports. More →
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