Vinay has been interested in writing since his college years. Having joined a reputed banking institution he published regular daily internal briefings, monthly & quarterly magazines on everything banking and how technology influences banking. Vinay has now taken to full time writing and has interests in gadgets and everything related to Internet. Vinay has been actively involved in the shaping up the overall content of ParityNews.com
The French government is pondering over introduction of new tax on technology specifically on products like smartphone, tablets and laptops as a move to protect the French culture.
World of Warcarft, gaming industry’s most popular franchise and one of Activision Blizzard's cash cow, is bleeding subscribers with 1.3 million defecting the game in the first quarter of 2013 alone.
Sony may have a hard time shipping out the expected 12-16 million units of its next-gen gaming console – the PlayStation (PS) 4 it has been reported.
Google has indirectly walked right into one of Middle East's most obstinate conflict by putting Palestine as an independent nation wiping off the term Palestinian Territories and replacing it with Palestine in its localized search page.
Microsoft officials have told Bloomberg that Redmond’s cloud offering – Azure, has joined the billion dollar a year business club alongside the likes of Windows, Windows Server and Office.
Hamburg's Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information has handed down a $190,000 fine to Google in Germany for gathering emails, photos, password and chat protocols and storing them using Street View cars from unprotected Wi-Fi networks.
Capcom hasn’t had a good year financially and gone for a revised outlook again of some of its big name games for the last financial year with the blame landing on "excessive outsourcing".
EU has reportedly agreed to the settlement terms proposed by Google in ongoing investigation about company’s alleged anti-competitive business practices through the use of its web search dominance.
Google, in a bid to address and alleviate concerns that EU has against the search engine giant, has reportedly proposed a set of changes it would bring about in its search results page and the manner in which it will display results.