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Review: ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

Review: ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

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There was a time when songs used to come packaged together as things called “albums” that you had to listen to in order. This created an indelible link between the songs placed near each other on a record, tape or CD. To this day, if I hear Aerosmith’s Magic Touch — off of the still incredible Permanent Vacation — I expect to hear the familiar strains of Rag Doll coming in close on its heels. Watching Star Wars: The Force Awakens is like listening to one of those beloved albums. It’s at turns comforting, thrilling and full of feeling. But it’s also very, very reminiscent of both A New Hope and Empire Strikes Back. So familiar that you will find yourself listening for the strains of certain plot points to come wafting in, and they always do. As a reset of the franchise and a rebirth, some f
8 things CEO Sundar Pichai said at Google for India event

8 things CEO Sundar Pichai said at Google for India event

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100 stations to go live with Wi-Fi by 2016-end Technology giant Google will bring internet connectivity to 100 railway stations across the country by next year. The telecom wing of the Indian Railway, RailTel, had signed an agreement with the subsidiary of Google India to provide Wi-Fi facilities at 400 stations across the country. Mumbai Central station will be the first station to get Wi-Fi by January. Google is hiring Google is looking at hiring people for Bangalore and Hyderabad. New campus coming in Hyderabad We will also build huge new campus in Hyderabad to build capabilities. To train 2 million developers in India The company is also partnering with the National Skill Development Council to train 2 million developers in India. Internet for all Stressing on imp...