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Amazon launches Amazon.in marketplace in India

After testing waters with Junglee.com, Amazon has fully jumped in the Indian retail market. The company today announced that its India-specific marketplace Amazon.in is now live for business. The site is currently offering books and physical media for movies and TV shows, although the company is promising to start offering mobiles, cameras and more in the coming weeks.

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Mega.co.nz, Kim Dotcom’s Dropbox challenger, is live

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Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has made his brand new cloud storage service Mega live. Accessible at Mega.co.nz domain after the Me.ga debacle, the service offers 50GB of free cloud stage to anyone who signs up. In addition, there are three paid pro plans as well, which provide as much as 4TB of online storage for just $30 per month. Running …

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Mega plans to take on Dropbox with 50GB free storage, paid ‘Pro’ tiers

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Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom is ready to take the wraps off his new offering “Mega,” a cloud storage service, which aims to grow into a lot more. The official launch is scheduled for January 20th, but early reports and a set of tweets from founder itself have revealed a lot of details. Mega will come with 50GB of free storage …

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Two top Yahoo executives leave the company

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Yahoo Chief Information Security Officer Justin Somaini and Yahoo Connections SVP Shashi Seth have been confirmed to have left Yahoo, notes All Things D, which was first to report on their departure. The exact reasons for the sudden departure of these two executives is not clear right now, but Justin’s end of days at Yahoo might be related to the …

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Amazon launches Instant Video app for Nintendo Wii

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After bringing Instant Video service to Nintendo Wii U, which debuted on November 18, 2012, Amazon has announced that this video streaming service is now available for all Wii owners.  It can found in the Wii Shop Channel to download and install on your Wii console. “Customers can purchase, rent and stream more than 145,000 movies and TV episodes from …

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Anonymous hacks MIT website; leaves tribute for Aaron Swartz

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Internet is dealing with Aaron Swartz’s suicide in different ways, while some are paying tribute to this free-information activist by uploading academic papers online for free (#pdftribute), others like Anonymous are doing what they do the best – hacking. This hacker collective broke into two of MIT websites earlier today and posted memorials for Aaron Swartz. The hacked webpages have …

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