When will my problems end?
Ek aur shaadi kar lo, kripa aani shuru ho jayegi
Director Phil Coulson of S.H.I.E.L.D.in a press conference yesterday urged the Indian government to let S.H.I.E.L.D. scientists study PM Modi’s eyes. As per Director Coulson this study will help the agency create powerful camera sensing technology which will help Avengers as well as S.H.I.E.L.D. agents in their quest to fight the bad guys.
After completing two years in IT Company and after realizing he has done virtually nothing productive apart from warming the benches, Saurabh Gupta decided that he had enough of it.
Concerned about rising level of user inactivity, social media giant Facebook is planning to hire people to physically poke FB users who remain inactive for more than 30 minutes.
In a bizarre incident, iPhone’s Siri has reportedly started assisting phone owners in Hindi all of a sudden, going to an extent where it freaked out westerners by singing top Bollywood numbers.
After revealing plans to introduce Dislike button based on user feedback, social media giant Facebook is planning to introduce an ‘un-comment’ button, that will undo all comments that appear stupid in hindsight.
In what could be a major breakthrough for the download culture, a software engineer from India’s Silicon Valley has reportedly developed a highly useful plugin for those facing difficulty in determining the genuine torrent download link from the list of links available in various corners of the page.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is planning to visit the Googleplex later this month during his highly anticipated tour of Silicon Valley. While Mr Modi will be focusing on attracting investment from the tech giant, sources reveal that Google is also planning on taking Mr Modi’s help for their own benefit.
Net-neutrality and OS-neutrality experts across Mumbai were up in arms on social media, after rumors were out that Maharashtra government plans to ban windows usage across the state for 7-days.
Pushing technological boundaries to a degree never seen before, Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a glimpse of what customers could expect with the next generation of iPhone’s.