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  • Is the PDF dying? May 13, 2014

    London: You download it often to read academic paper, research note, even a profile of your favourite candidate on your smart phone or tablet. But according to a World Bank study, most of PDFs are left buried unread on the servers. Of the 1,611 PDF reports the study looked at, only...
  • Adobe launches new version of Acrobat software October 4, 2012

    New Delhi: IT firm Adobe Systems launched the new version of its Acrobat XI software, which will help users create, collaborate and edit PDF documents across devices, including smartphones and tablets. The new software will now feature Portable Document Format (PDF) editing and export to Microsoft PowerPoint, along with new...
  • Manipur: Congress wins by thumping majority March 6, 2012

    Imphal: In perhaps the only solace to the Congress government in the state Assembly elections 2012, the Manipur electorate gave a thumping majority to the party, helping it win 42 seats out of 60. The party scored a hattrick and returned to power in the northeastern state, helped by a...
  • Elections 2012: Congress set to retain Manipur March 3, 2012

    New Delhi: Manipur looks set to return the Congress to power yet again, according to the postelection survey by the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) in association with The Week and CNNIBN. The ruling party may win 2432 seats in the 60member Assembly. The antiCongress alliance, the...
  • Tight finish in Punjab; U'khand, Manipur to Cong March 3, 2012

    New Delhi: Punjab is locked in a close contest between the Shiromani Akali DalBharatiya Janata Party (SADBJP) alliance and the Congress, with the former ahead by a narrow margin, according to the latest postpoll survey by the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) in association with The Week...
  • Adobe unveils Acrobat X October 18, 2010

    San Jose: Adobe Systems announced the launch of its new Acrobat X software family, that includes Acrobat X, Reader X, the Acrobat X Suite and new document exchange services at Acrobat.com. The new version of Acrobat makes its easier to export documents to Microsoft's Word and Excel software. It can...
  • Google rolls out online library August 30, 2006

    New York: Google Inc on Wednesday plans to begin letting consumers download and print free of charge classic novels and many other, more obscure books that are in the public domain. Using Google's Book Search service, web surfers hunting titles like Dante's Inferno and Aesop's Fables will be able to download...