Articles By Valli Meenakshi Ramanathan

From Tech Aug 28, 2012

How To Expose Fake Twitter Accounts Of Celebrities

A UK-based firm has unveiled a new software tool that can identify fake Twitter accounts, especially those that carry a pretension of being "followers" of celebrities, politicians and other personalities.

From Politics & Policy Aug 28, 2012

Mitt Romney, RNC Delegates Hold Court Amid Hurricane Isaac Spell, Protests: Day 1 Images

Mitt Romney and the Republican National Convention delegates held court among the keen observers of the U.S. politics as the convention got off to a subdued start Monday, lasting barely a minute owing to the concerns about Tropical Storm Isaac becoming a full-fledged hurricane.

From Companies Aug 28, 2012

Apple Vs Samsung Lawsuit: Apple Seeks Quick Ban On Eight Samsung Phones In US, Files Injunction With District Court

After its decisive win over Samsung in the patent trial Friday, Apple has formally filed a notice with the District Court in California, San Jose Division.

From Companies Aug 27, 2012

Apple-Samsung Component Supplier Partnership For iPhone, iPad Will Remain Intact: Experts

While Samsung Electronics lost out to Apple in the high profile patent trial, wherein the U.S. court ordered the former to pay $1.05 billion for patent infringements, experts aver that the ongoing partnership among the two companies for supplying components will hold good.

From Politics & Policy Aug 27, 2012

RNC: How Tampa Has Changed Fortunes For Mitt Romney Apart From Revised Convention Schedule

As the Republican National Convention (RNC) grapples with revised schedule of events owing to Tropical Storm Isaac that struck Florida Sunday and is heading toward Gulf of Mexico, the convention venue, Tampa seems have revised fortunes for Mitt Romney in several ways.

From Society Aug 27, 2012

After Tropical Storm Isaac, Earthquakes Rattle US; No Casualties Reported

Even as U.S. reels under the spell of Tropical Storm Isaac that lashed Florida Sunday, two other natural disasters seem to have struck southeastern California and the Pacific Ocean Sunday and this time it is an earthquake measuring 5.5 magnitude and 7.4 magnitude, respectively.

From Companies Aug 26, 2012

Apple Matches Microsoft Step-For-Step; Plans iPad Mini Release In October

After scoring a decisive win over competitor Samsung in the high-profile patent trial Friday, August 24, Apple has now shifted focus toward Microsoft, and is planning to unveil a smaller iPad, popularly referred to as "iPad Mini" to take on the Redmond software giant's tablet, Surface.

From Politics & Policy Aug 26, 2012

RNC Attracts Thousands To Florida Braving Hurricane Isaac Threat; Puts Spotlight On Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan

Even as Tropical Storm Isaac managed to reschedule the Republican National Convention (RNC) to Tuesday August 28, the excitement in Tampa, Florida remains unabated as thousands gear up to host the Convention that puts spotlight on Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and vice presidential running mate Paul Ryan.

From Politics & Policy Aug 24, 2012

Tropical Storm Isaac Wreaks Havoc In Puerto Rico, Gathers Strength Towards Haiti (PHOTOS)

After unleashing heavy rains in Puerto Rico, tropical storm Isaac is inching closer to the Dominican Republic and Haiti Friday, even as the organizers of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, make alternate arrangements in lieu of the National Hurricane Center's weather forecast that Isaac is likely to pass near the state's Gulf Coast Monday.

From Companies Aug 24, 2012

Nokia To Unveil 'Phi', 'Arrow' Windows Phone 8 Handsets With AT&T, T-Mobile; Plans 'Atlas' With Verizon

Finnish mobile handset manufacturer Nokia finally seems to have made some headway with long-term partner Microsoft. Nokia is planning to introduce two new Windows Phone 8 devices in association with Microsoft Sept. 5.