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5 Innovations That Will Transform India in the Next 5 Years

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MUMBAI, India — Following the United States and China, India is the world’s third largest Internet population. The country is projected to be home to 243 million Internet users by June 2014 -– but that’s still only a fraction of the country’s 1.2 billion population

As access to the Internet penetrates deeper into the Indian population, it is changing the ways politicians campaign, companies lead and people connect.

Mashable was in Mumbai last week to explore the influence connectivity is having on the country at the first-ever India +SocialGood conference. The event brought together more than 400 members of India’s technology, social media and non-profit communities for a day of exchanging ideas and networking...

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Nikon’s Next CoolPix Point And Shoot Camera Powered By Android; Coming In May For $350

Digital cameras powered by Android. The idea isn’t anything new and there have been several before now, but that shouldn’t stop one of the top digital imaging companies from throwing another hat in the ring, right? Nikon’s latest Android-powered point and shoot camera, the CoolPix S810C, is coming in May and will retail for $ 349.

For that price point, the specs are on-par with other other, non-Android point and shoots. It’s certainly on the upper end range for most consumers, but there’s surely a market for this thing.

  • 16 megapixel backside illuminated CMOS sensor
  • Nikkor f/3.3 – 6.3 retractable lens
  • 1080p video recording
  • 12x “wide” optical zoom
  • VR image stabilization
  • ISO range up to 3200
  • 3.7-inch touchscreen LCD
  • Built-in WiFi and GPS

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Next ‘Super Smash Bros.’ Coming to 3DS in Summer, Wii U in Winter

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Nintendo’s next iteration of the popular Super Smash Bros. fighting game is coming to the Nintendo 3DS handheld this summer, and then several months later to the Wii U.

Super Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai announced the news during Nintendo’s 35-minute streaming presentation Tuesday night. Sakurai highlighted the differences between the two platform’s versions, and unveiled new features and characters.

Both versions of Super Smash Bros. will feature online play. Users can play with their friends through Miiverse, Nintendo’s social network, or via random online matches...

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Layar app for Google Glass takes the wearable to the next level [VIDEO]

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When Google first introduced Android Wear early last week — their all new version of Android custom built for wearable devices — our first thought was, “What was to become of Google Glass?” For those unaware, Google Glass runs an OS different from Android Wear, based on Ice Cream Sandwich and utilizing a custom Android launcher.

But today, a new application from the folks at Layar are reminding us of, not only Google Glass’s true potential, but how the wearable differentiates itself from the plethora of smartwatches set to launch this year. Two words: augmented reality.

Layar, who you might remember from the early days of Android, is back again, this time with a new augmented reality app for Google Glass...

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