23 Technology Facts We’re Sure You Never Knew!

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Look how much the world can change in 40 years (To be more specific, look how much technology can change the world in 40 years). On April 3, 1973, a Motorola employee Martin Cooper stood in front of the New York Hilton on the Sixth Avenue holding Motorola DynaTAC: the first ever commercial mobile phone. It wasn’t a tiny handset that could easily fit into your pockets. Instead, it was 30-ounce something and nine-inch long handset that the world had…

India Braces Itself For The Grandest Republic Day Celebration Ever!

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Facts Obama Visit India Republic Day 2015

The largest democracy in the world, India, celebrates the 66th birth anniversary of its Constitution– the longest in the world- this January 26. Needless to say, the highlight of the national celebration is the Republic Day parade at Rajpath, New Delhi: a breathtaking spectacle of immaculate march past, stunning maneuvers by Air Force, and rich cultural display of unity in diversity. Like each year, thousands and millions out of the 1.2 billion Indian population will tune in to watch the…

Black Friday Facts & Stats We’re Sure You Didn’t Know

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Black Friday Facts

Keep calm. Black Friday is here! Or is it the Black Thursday? Yet again, the biggest retailers have decided to throw open their doors on the Thanksgiving Day itself. No, they will not wait for midnight as they did in 2012. Or 8 pm as J.C. Penney and Macy’s did last year. It’s 5 pm on Thanksgiving evening for Best Buy and J.C. Penney this year while Wal-Mart, Kohl’s and Macy’s are opening at 6 pm. What will happen next…

Super Bowl XLVIII: Who will take home the Vince Lombardi Trophy?

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Image Courtesy: MTAPhotos on Flickr Super Bowl Sunday is here!  Who are you rooting for this year, Seattle Seahawks (Cheer for Seahawks) or Denver Broncos (Cheer for Broncos)? The highlight of this year’s Super Bowl XLVIII (48) is for the first time ever its going to be played outdoors at the MetLife stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on Feb 2 at 6.30 pm ET. A whopping 164.1 million people watched the Super Bowl XLVII, making it the most viewed…