We’ve launched and are now at iDigiD.com

Visit us at iDigiD.com We’re proud today to announce that we have launched iDigiD.com and will be sharing news, updates and much more from the site. We will no longer be updating iDigiD.Wordpress.com as we are moving all our operations, focus and dedication to iDigiD.com Features of iDigiD.com News: We keep sharing Tech and gadget … Continue reading

Influence of Social Media on US Presidential Campaign [Infographic]

Last night I received a tip from a person at @HowToMBA via the iDigiD Connect page about a new infographic the company has rolled out on their blog. The infographic details the influential use of Social Media on the 2012 Republican Primaries. I don’t want to say much about this because the infographic speaks for itself, have … Continue reading

‘To get a copy of the newspaper’ man climbs New York Times building

And you thought that standing in line for an iPad or iPhone is the hardest thing you ever did. Well I have never been to New York but I happen to know a lot about it via Movies, TV and News and I have seen in many films that people grab a copy of the … Continue reading

Mobile Internet grows in India, larger than US

A survey conducted by Google has revealed that Mobile Internet has grown in India and now 56% Indian Mobile Users access the Internet more than once a day. It also reveals many groundbreaking stats which i will list below with an infographic 94% Smartphone users have used their devices to access the Internet 56% access … Continue reading

Major Torrent sites consider shutting down due to pressure

Raids, arrests, seizures, extraditions and jail time in the file-sharing world hasn’t gone unnoticed by the operators of major BitTorrent sites. Yesterday, the owners of BTjunkie decided to close their site because the stress became too much, and there are others who consider doing the same. While there are still plenty site owners who are … Continue reading

$15 billion taxes paid by Indian IT companies in US in the last 5 years

Excerpt from Economic Times The Indian IT industry in the US has contributed $15 billion in taxes alone in the last five years, Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai said, stressing on the need to eliminate discriminatory actions. Mathai, on his first bilateral visit to the US in his capacity as the Foreign Secretary, expressed hope that the economic challenges … Continue reading