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4 ways to store cut fruits

Summer is here and so are a variety of lip-smacking fruits. Sadly, allergies are synonymous to the hot weather and cut fruits are infamously famous for fueling them. So what we do? While an apple or a kiwi can be finished in one go, what do we do with the mightier ones like papaya, watermelons and more? We spoke to leading nutritionists and got the right solutions for you: USING LEMON JUICE Lasts upto 6 hours Lemon juice inhibits the oxidation of the fruit which prevents browning as well as…

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Apple Forms Team to Explore Changes to App Store: Report

Apple has formed a secret team to explore changes to its App Store, including a new strategy for charging developers to have their apps more prominently displayed, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the plans. The iPhone maker is considering paid searches, similar to Google’s model, where companies would have to pay to have their apps appear among top search results based on what a customer is seeking, Bloomberg said. About 100 employees are working on the project, including many engineers from Apple’s advertising group iAd, which is being scaled…

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Box’s New Service Allows Customers to Store Data in Europe, Asia

Cloud storage provider Box Inc unveiled a service that allows businesses in Europe and Asia to store data regionally, at a time when governments demand greater protection for their data in the backdrop of revelations about massive US surveillance programs. Box Zones, to be available next month, uses the cloud services of Amazon Inc and International Business Machines (IBM) to store its customers’ data across Germany, Ireland, Singapore and Japan, Box said on Tuesday. The company, which serves about 57,000 customers including Unilever Plc and Home Depot Inc, has witnessed…

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Apple Resubmits India Retail Store Application; Xiaomi Follows

iPhone and iPad maker Apple has resubmitted its application for opening single-brand retail stores in the country as there were certain gaps in its earlier proposal. “The proposal is being processed by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP). Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi too has submitted an application,” an official said. In January, Apple had filed proposal seeking permission for single-brand retailing and sell products online but due to certain gaps in the application, DIPP had sought more information from the US-based technology giant. According to the sources, the…

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