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  • Sundar Pichai delivers on promise: Fixes ‘burger’ and ‘beer’ in just a month!

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai has brought a strange gratification to the internet generation by resolving the most bizarre of issues over which a storm was blowing for weeks recently. I think we need to have a discussion about how Google's burger emoji is placing the cheese underneath the burger, while[Read More…]

  • Indians shun websites that fail to load in five seconds: Survey

    When it comes to online browsing, two-thirds of Indian users do not wait for even five seconds for a web page to load and move on to next website, a survey said on Wednesday. According to the survey by global digital content provider Limelight Networks, Indians are the most demanding[Read More…]

  • Google working on feature to accurately estimate battery life

    San Francisco: In an attempt to make battery life estimates more accurate, Google is set to introduce a new “on-device” feature named “smart battery” to Pixel smartphones. “Previously, your phone would estimate your battery loss with simple assumptions. If you’ve used about 10 per cent per hour over the past[Read More…]

  • Samsung to set up 20 ‘Smart Healthcare’ centres in Uttar Pradesh

    Samsung India on Wednesday signed a MoU with the Uttar Pradesh government to add 20 new “Smart Healthcare” centres across the state to provide affordable and quality healthcare to needy patients. As part of the agreement, Samsung will provide advanced and innovative healthcare equipment such as ultrasound and digital radiology[Read More…]

  • Review: OnePlus 5T – stellar flagship killer worth every rupee

    When it comes to the premium smartphone segment in India, Samsung and Apple rule the roost, with Google round the corner. Now, almost doubling its market share in the premium category — capturing 28 per cent market share in the third quarter this year — Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has[Read More…]

  • Dangerous web of ‘I accept’: Where all does your data really end up?

      The biggest fallacy in many people’s understanding of online data gathering is the widely-held belief that the only real downside to what they willingly offer up online is them seeing a few more harmless ads. Nothing, sadly, could be further from the truth. While ad-targeting is both prominent and[Read More…]

  • Man arrested for creating fake website, conning thousands

    New Delhi: A 27-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a fake website resembling a government one and cheating several thousand persons of lakhs of rupees on the pretext of providing them jobs, police said on Sunday. Sumit Kumar along with two others had hosted a website named ‘Women[Read More…]

  • In a first, Ericsson demonstrates 5G technology live in India

    Aiming to bring the latest innovations and creating a 5G ecosystem in India, global communications technology leader Ericsson on Friday showcased the first-ever live 5G end-to-end demonstration in the country. The demonstration using Ericsson’s 5G test bed and 5G New Radio (NR) delivered a throughput of 5.7 Gbps and ultra-low[Read More…]

  • Facebook, Google join ‘The Trust Project’ to fight fake news

    In their bid to fight fake news and help readers identify trustworthy news sources, Facebook, Google, Twitter and several media organisations have joined the non-partisan “The Trust Project”. “The Trust Project” is led by award-winning journalist Sally Lehrman of Santa Clara University’s Markkula Centre for Applied Ethics. Starting from Friday,[Read More…]

  • Mobile handset shipments to hit 262 mn units in India

    With mobile handset vendors shipping 80 million mobile handset units in India in the third quarter this year, the shipments are likely to touch 262 million units by the end of fourth quarter, market research firm CMR said on Thursday. According to CMR’s “India Monthly Mobile Handset Market Review Report[Read More…]

  • LinkedIn rolls out ‘Career Advice’ feature in India

    Microsoft-owned professional networking platform LinkedIn on Wednesday rolled out its “Career Advice” feature in India that will help its over 45 million members in the country seek professional guidance from experienced mentors. Piloted in Bengaluru, the move is aimed at addressing the current mentorship gap in India. According to a[Read More…]

  • The future of wine: AI to revolutionise wine-buying

    Wondering whether a Chardonnay pairs well with fish, or a nice juicy steak would work nicely with a Cabernet Sauvignon? In a few years, Artificial Intelligence (AI) would address these dilemmas for you, playing its part as a virtual sommelier, according to Robert Joseph, a wine expert, wine producer and[Read More…]

  • Government manipulation on social media increasing: Report

    Governments around the world have drastically increased their attempts to manipulate information being shared on social media networks, contributing to a seventh consecutive year of decline in internet freedom, a global report said. In its annual report released late Monday, the Washington-based Freedom House said that manipulation and disinformation tactics[Read More…]

  • Revenge porn: Trained person to review nude images, says Facebook

    Facebook has stressed that its experiment to fight revenge porn that requires users to provide their intimate images proactively to the social network where a “specially trained” professional reviews and hashes the image is voluntary. “To be clear, people can already report if their intimate images have been shared on[Read More…]

  • Apple hiring more diverse workers but women

    When it comes to gender equality, Apple has a long way to go. According to the company’s annual diversity report only about a third of its employees are women. The Cupertino-based iPhone maker’s annual “Inclusion & Diversity Report” said, as of July 2017, only 32 per cent of its workforce[Read More…]

  • Ford EcoSport Facelift Launched At Rs 7.31 Lakh

    Ford has finally launched the EcoSport facelift in the country at a starting price of Rs 7.31 lakh for the base petrol and Rs 8.01 lakh for the base diesel variants. The Ford EcoSport facelift made its world debut in the US in November last year and the US-spec EcoSport will be exported from India.[Read More…]

  • Send your nude images to Facebook to stop revenge porn

    Facebook is testing a new method to stop revenge porn that requires you to send your own nudes to yourself via the social network’s Messenger app. This strategy would help Facebook to create a digital fingerprint for the picture and mark it as non-consensual explicit media. So if a relationship[Read More…]

  • Renault Captur Launched At Rs 9.99 Lakh

    Renault has finally launched the Captur in the country at an introductory starting price of Rs 9.99 lakh for the petrol and Rs 11.39 lakh for the diesel (all prices, ex-showroom New Delhi). The Renault Capturis positioned above the Duster in the compact SUV space and will take on the segment’s bestseller,[Read More…]

  • E-commerce will be able to do deliveries using drones

    E-commerce players like Amazon and Flipkart will be able to make airborne delivery of products to customers in India using drones enabled by technology being developed by the country’s aviation sector, a minister announced on Thursday. “E-commerce deliveries using drones are certainly going to be possible in India. Companies like[Read More…]

  • Work with Google, Yahoo!, Facebook to block offensive videos: SC to Centre

    The Supreme Court asked the Government to work together with firms like Google, Yahoo!, Facebook and WhatsApp to advise list of keywords that will help curb indecent videos. The order was passed in a bid to ensure explicit videos showing rape, gang rape and child pornography are not available for[Read More…]

  • Facebook launches Workplace Chat app for desktop now

    Facebook on Thursday launched the desktop version of its Workplace Chat app that can be downloaded by anyone on PC, Mac, Android or iOS. “Now, we’re offering a messaging-focused experience through Workplace Chat, both on desktop and mobile,” said Julien Codorniou, Vice President, Workplace by Facebook. “Workplace Chat has always[Read More…]

  • ‘Nowadays, I am afraid to be happy’: 19-yr-old wrote on WhatsApp before committing suicide

    A 19-year-old final year engineering student hanged herself to death after posting a depressing message on WhatsApp status.  “Nowadays, I am afraid to be happy. I don’t know y ppl dnt want to look at me ven I’m happy in ma life (sic). Every moment in my life is gng[Read More…]

  • World’s first fidget spinner feature phone launched in India

    Chilli International Holding (HK) Ltd, a Hong Kong-based mobile technology company, on Tuesday launched one of its kind feature phone in India, called K118. The phone is touted as the world’s first fidget spinner feature phone. The phone is priced between Rs 1,200-Rs 1,300 and the spinner mobile ‘K188’ is[Read More…]

  • Apple replaces Bing with Google search in Siri and Spotlight

    Apple has shifted default provider of its web searches for Siri on iOS and Spotlight on the Mac to Google from Bing. Thus, if you ask Siri to search something on the internet, you will get Google results instead of Bing now. Apple’s browser Safari already uses Google search as[Read More…]

  • Smartphone apps are effective in reducing depression

    A research showed that Smartphone apps are an effective option to treat depression. Smartphones open up non-stigmatising and self-managing avenues of care for the people with depression, the study says. Thus, smartphones can help them check, recognize and administer their own mental health. This may head for safe and accessible[Read More…]

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