• News Updates
    Instagram Removing Fake Followers, Comments, and Likes From Accounts

    Instagram on Monday said it is booting fake followers, likes, and comments generated by applications tailored to make accounts appear more popular than they actually are. The crackdown comes as Instagram parent Facebook strives to assure people that the leading social network and its services can be trusted. “Recently, we’ve seen accounts use third-party apps to artificially grow their […]

  • Gadgets
    Google Pixel 3 Lite Purported Camera Samples Spotted in a New Leak

    Google Pixel 3₹ 60,998 Lite, rumoured to be affordable variant of the company’s flagship smartphones Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL₹ 83,000, is apparently in the works. While Google has not revealed any details regarding the launch of such a handset, rumours about the Pixel 3 Lite have already started doing the rounds. Last week, a series of […]

  • Internet
    Google News to Fund New Ideas for Quality Journalism in Asia-Pacific

    Google News has launched a new innovation challenge to help scribes and publishers in the Asia-Pacific region produce quality journalism in the digital age. The Asia-Pacific Google News Initiative (GNI) Innovation Challenge will fund selected projects up to $300,000 (roughly Rs. 2.13 crores) and finance up to 70 percent of the total project cost, that inject new […]

  • Internet
    India Among Top 4 Countries Targeted for Phishing Attacks: RSA Security

    India is among the top four nations targeted by phishing attacks, a new report said on Monday, adding that the country is also among the top hosting countries for such online frauds, second only to the US. The other three countries most targeted by phishing are Canada, the US and the Netherlands, showed research from […]

  • Internet
    Google News May Shut Down in EU Over ‘Link Tax’

    Google may shut down its Google News service in the European Union (EU) if a proposed “link tax” for using news stories comes into force in member countries, The Guardian reported. According to the new copyright directive, adopted by the European Parliament on September 12, tech giants must pay for work of artists and journalists […]

  • Science Updates
    SpaceX Wins US FCC Approval to Put 7,000 Starlink Internet Satellites Into Orbit

    Federal regulators are allowing entrepreneur Elon Musk to use an expanded range of wireless airwaves for his plan to deliver cheap, high-speed Internet access – from space. The decision Thursday by the Federal Communications Commission paves the way for SpaceX to build its full network of about 12,000 satellites intended to blanket the earth in wireless Internet […]