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  • Tamil Nadu: Germany to boost smart city projects

    Tamil Nadu’s smart city projects will now move faster at a different pace. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Germany assured that Indo-German pacts would boost the TN smart city projects further. According to Secretariat sources: “TN is looking forward to German technologies to execute smart city projects and[Read More…]

  • Did you know that your router could secretly leak sensitive data?

    Scientists have demonstrated that it is possible to secretly draw off sensitive files, passwords or other critical data from any common router. The researchers at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel explained how functionality light-emitting diodes (LEDs) can be quietly overridden by malware they developed (code named[Read More…]

  • Watch: Rajiv Gandhi, the man who connected millions to their loved ones

    “India is an old country, but a young nation; and like the young everywhere we are impatient. I am young, and I too have a dream. I dream of an India strong, independent and self-reliant and in the front rank of the nations of the world in the service of[Read More…]

  • Extratorrent.CC is shutting down forever!

    In another news, a popular torrent indexing website, ExtraTorrent is closing down permanently. It is to be noted that previously many such torrent websites have been closed down. Although, clone websites to these have replaced them to serve the users. “ExtraTorrent with all mirrors goes offline.We permanently erase all data.[Read More…]

  • Zomato hacked; user payment details remain safe

    Just when the world was paranoid about the cyber threats, Zomato has admitted that 17 million usernames and passwords have been stolen by hackers from its platform. However, it further added that information relating to payment remains safe them. Notably, this is the second breach of Zomato’s system the past[Read More…]

  • Mukesh Ambani tops Forbes list of Global Game Changers

    Just when Reliance was enjoying Jio’s popularity and success over making 4G Internet incredibly accessible to Indians, Mukesh Ambani, 60, comes at the top of the list for his game-changing efforts to bring the internet to India’s masses. “Anything and everything that can go digital is going digital. India cannot[Read More…]

  • WannaCry: No compromise in ATMs clarifies RBI

    Soon after the invasion by ransomware WannaCry which threatened the global security, the Reserve Bank of India has denied that it has asked banks in the country to shut down ATMs despite multiple conflicting reports on the same. The central bank’s spokesperson clarified, “The RBI has not passed any circulars[Read More…]

  • Iconic Nokia 3310 returns at Rs 3310

    The iconic Nokia 3310 is officially launched in India and comes in its revamped form now. It is a feature phone by HMD Global, which is now manufacturing and selling Nokia-branded phones. Nokia 3310 phones will be available in stores across the country from May 18, 2017 onwards. The company[Read More…]

  • Ransomware threat: No serious impact in India

    On Monday, the Centre said that India is not a victim of the ransomware attack, adding that the government is keeping a very close watch to ensure that these attacks can be addressed in an effective manner. “As far as this cyber issue is concerned, the Government of India is[Read More…]

  • A timeline: How Nokia changed

    One of the pioneer companies in the world of communication technology, Finland-based Company Nokia has given us innovative and technically- evolving mobile phones over the years. Here we take a look at some of the influential mobile handsets the company has produced.

  • Ransomware attack hits 74 countries, says Kaspersky

    Over 45,000 attacks of ransomware were recorded in 74 countries around the world, mostly in Russia. Kaspersky Lab, the cyber security and anti-virus provider’s Global Research and Analysis Team said, in these attacks, data is encrypted with the extension “.WCRY” added to the filenames. The attack, called as ‘WannaCry,’ is[Read More…]

  • Large-scale layoff in IT firms due to digitisation

    Those working in IT giants of India are facing serious crunch due to the recently executed large-scale layoffs. While this comes soon after the industry slowed down in growth, giants ranging from Infosys to Cognizant, almost all are witnessing the crunch. As per reports, the layoffs are attributed to growing[Read More…]

  • Technology has the power to transform our economic potential: PM Modi

    Speaking at the inauguration seminar on Supreme Court’s move towards becoming a ‘Digital Court’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said e-governance must be encouraged as it is environment-friendly and will cut down the usage of papers in offices. PM Modi on Wednesday said, “Our understanding of technology should not be limited[Read More…]

  • GSAT-9 launch: ISRO successfully launches South Asia Satellite

    The Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO) GSLV-F09 carrying the South Asia Satellite (GSAT-9) took off from the second launch pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh on Friday. The ₹ 235-crore satellite, funded entirely by India, will improve disaster and telecommunication links between six south Asian[Read More…]

  • For GoT spoilers, follow Bengaluru City Police on social media!

    Bengaluru City Police is not leaving any stone unturned in entertaining its netizens on Twitter while educating them about traffic rules. After giving a Harry Potter reference last month, the team hit the right chord with a Game of Thrones based meme this time. The recent tweet shows Jon Snow[Read More…]

  • Google Maps now helps you find your parked car!

    Now Google will not only help you to get where you’re going, but it’ll also assist you to remember where you parked once you’ve arrived. Google Maps has introduced a new feature that will help you remember where you parked your car in case you happen to forget. The new[Read More…]

  • NASA astronaut sets record for most days in space

    NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson has broken the record for most days in space by a US astronaut. She has completed a total of 666 days in space with at least 8 spacewalks. “I’m not here because of the record. But I think having the record is important because we have[Read More…]

  • 7 fancy words used in bios to sound cool!

    Most of the social media sites require users to fill a bio, which defines the identity of the person. Initial social media interactions are usually based on the user’s profile. In a bid to stand out from the crowd, most people use fancy words which end up making them look[Read More…]

  • ASAN holds ‘first protest in space’ against Donald Trump

    The Autonomous Space Agency Network (ASAN) launched a “protest in space” against US President Donald Trump in solidarity with the upcoming March for Science. The group sent a weather balloon to space with a printed-out anti-Trump tweet attached to it. The group said that their protest was inspired by the[Read More…]

  • Twitter launches ‘lite’ version for data-starved users

    Micro-blogging giant Twitter has launched a new speedier version of its site for the mobile web and dubbed it, ‘Twitter Lite.’ Focused on budding markets and users with unreliable connectivity, Twitter Lite takes up less than a megabyte and comes with an additional data saver mode that blurs pictures and[Read More…]

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