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One of the apps is myPersonality, that collected psychological information shared by members who voluntarily took psychometric tests

No matter where you live, youll be able to see what Microsoft collects about you and correct or delete that information if necessary.

The weekend saw some fantastic social media campaigns to save and crack down on certain figures

The past few days saw anger over another false call to the police and anti-Dabangg-ness…

The story of Garfield, an analog cat in a digital age

The users can get the specially designed emoji by tweeting Kaala

Behind the rise of Netflix in India

Chinas Twitter blocks references to John Oliver

At 40, the lasagna-loving, Monday-hating Garfield is adapting wonderfully, says his creator Jim Davis

Delhi power struggle: Supreme Court has not defined trivial

The app, currently available in Mumbai, will help users answer queries related to the neighbourhood.

Bollywoods biggest piracy khiladis

Google extends support for Telugu language ads

On Laurel or Yanny debate, the royal wedding and more

The doodle is a tribute to the university of familial love.

Another bridge in Mumbai develops cracks, closed

Rahul Gandhi seeks time to reply to notice

The past week saw a meme factory of a British royal wedding and a racist lawyer who keeps ICE on his speed-dial.

WhatsApp sharing limited data with Facebook on payment feature

Google doodle celebrates Gauhar Jaan, Indias first recording artist

This past week saw another tech show trailer drop, and the Internet has a new favourite aunty

Can artificial intelligence help weed out fake news in a post-truth era?

Chennai-based developers app wins Apple design award

Centre to launch a hotline to curb child pornography, videos of rape and revenge porn

Union Cabinet clears DNA profiling bill

Social influencers and the changing game

A Chennai-based developer has won a design award for his app Calzy 3 at the Apples Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2018.Developed by Raja

Ban proposed on obscene depiction of women on Net

Facebooks size no barrier to deal in new areas

How social media killed the food critic

Theatrum Orbis Terrarum was published on this day

Dancing uncle busts a move and Fire And Blood calls to GoT fans

Remove posts with abuses, rape threats, Maneka tells Twitter

Delhi power struggle: Legal experts welcome Supreme Court verdict

Wandering Around The Web: Down the rabbit hole

Google celebrates Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, the man behind the modern-day binary system

Vacuum cleaner has made cleaning an easier process but Huber Cecil Booth didnt have it easy inventing it

FB unveils a platform for blood donations

Social media hub idea may not take off

Russia 2018 underachievers playground

Exploring the murky world of influencer marketing in the food business

Google Doodle celebrates Abraham Ortelius, inventor of the first modern-day atlas

Google pledged on Thursday that it will not use artificial intelligence in applications related to weapons, surveillance that violates international

Todays Google doodle features legendary musician and dancer Gauhar Jaan, the first Indian to record music on a 78 rpm record, thus opening up a new avenue for Indian classical music. Gauhar Jaan was born on this day in 1873.The illustration is by Aditi Damle, showing Gauhar Jaan with her cat, and the gramaphone in the background. Gauhar Jaan was born Angelina Yeoward to an Armenian Christian father and an Indian Jewish mother. Angelina converted to Islam along with her mother in the 1880s and

Chinese telecommunications companies have come under scrutiny from U.S. intelligence officials who argue they provide an opportunity for foreign espionage.

Kailash-Mansarovar pilgrims being evacuated

Kimbho is a Sanskrit word and according to Patanjalis spokesperson SK Tijarawala, it means How are you? or Whats new?

WhatsApp, which is testing its payments services in India, on Saturday said it is updating its terms of service and privacy policy to reflect the

WhatsApp updates privacy policy, terms of use ahead of payments service launch

Google Doodle celebrates Huber Cecil Booth, inventor of vacuum cleaner

Can artificial intelligence help weed out fake news in a post-truth era?

Social influencers and the changing game

Rajinikanths Kaala gets new Twitter emoji

Its developer season, and both Microsoft and Google made major announcements at their Build and I/O conferences. Here are the big takeaways

Can artificial intelligence help weed out fake news in a post-truth era?

Amazon gets rights to broadcast Premier League for the first time

Google India launches Neighbourly to solve local queries

Google Doodle celebrates Huber Cecil Booth, inventor of vacuum cleaner

While the Facebook says it stopped the error on May 22, it was not able to change all the posts back to their original privacy parameters until later.

How digital technology is changing the face of marketing in India

A data protection rights group has accused Instagram and WhatsApp as well over the way they obtain users consent.

Google extends support for Telugu language ads

U.K. lawmakers appeal to E.U. to help in Facebook probe

Facebook privacy-setting bug made 14 million users posts public

Googles doodle remembers Apgar Score and its creator Virginia Apgar

The Ministry of Electronics and IT has written to NPCI to verify compliance around WhatsApp payment

Facebook suspends 200 apps over data misuse

Google celebrates Fathers Day with dinosaur-themed doodle

Behind the rise of Netflix in India

The last date for tenders has been extended for the fourth time after the govt. didnt get enough bids

Chinas Twitter blocks references to John Oliver

Google doodle celebrates Gauhar Jaan, Indias first recording artist

Google doodle celebrates Gauhar Jaan, Indias first recording artist

Facebook, one of the largest corporations by market capitalization, has grown in part through acquisitions.

Google Doodle celebrates Huber Cecil Booth, inventor of vacuum cleaner

While most of the world would be seeing the third doodle on FIFA World Cup on Friday, Indians and Germans were offered an artwork of a woman trying

A look at how digital marketing is changing the face of the industry, one viral video at a time

WhatsApp, which is testing its payments services in India, on Saturday said it is updating its terms of service and privacy policy to reflect the addition of payment interoperability features ahead of the full-fledged launch of the service. Almost one million people are testing WhatsApps payments service in India, which is the largest base for the Facebook-owned company that has over 1.5 billion users globally. WhatsApp has over 200 million users in India.Well be updating our WhatsApp

The IRW Act provides for punishment of up to two years in jail for an offence committed for the first time and imprisonment of six months to five years for a second conviction.

The new blood donations centre can be accessed from the explore menu on the device.

Trump had suggested that U.S. could invade Venezuela

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Protect your privacy, stay anonymous

GDPR is here and the memes are not far behind. Plus, Winnie the Pooh gets a visual upgrade

Amazons Prime Video service has bought the rights for two rounds of live matches each season in Britain in a three-year deal from 2019

His show Last Week Tonight had mocked Xi Jinping in one of its episodes

The big takeaways from Microsoft and Googles developer conferences

Facebook says its sharing data with Chinese firms

A day after its launch, Ramdevs messaging app Kimbho disappears from Google Play Store

Five to know in a market where micro influencers are gaining value and fees are touching ₹25 lakh

Who is Marga Faulstich and why a Google doodle for her

Dystopian gaming and hugs all around

Social media hub idea may not take off

Saving Brooklyn Nine Nine and not saving abusive musicians

Social media hub idea may not take off

In her debut book, Cyber Sexy, Richa Kaul Padte rethinks porn, pleasure and consent in the Indian womans context

The story of Garfield, an analog cat in a digital age

Now, repost Instagram Stories you are tagged in

Who is Marga Faulstich and why a Google doodle for her

WhatsApp updates privacy policy, terms of use ahead of payments service launch

Google celebrates Fathers Day with dinosaur-themed doodle

Delhi power struggle: Constitution is boss, says BJP

Political parties in India have multiple ideologies: Ramesh

Google on Thursday created an animated doodle dedicated to Dr. Virginia Apgar, who is best known for developing the Apgar score to test newborn

How digital technology is changing the face of marketing in India

Google celebrates Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, the man behind the modern-day binary system

Is the influencer marketing bubble set to burst?

Microsoft pledges to extend EU data rights worldwide

Supreme Court verdict big win for Delhi, democracy: Kejriwal

Wandering Around The Web: Down the rabbit hole

Some device makers could retrieve personal information even from users friends who believed they had barred any sharing.

Can AI and machine-learning, promoted by Internet giants as part of their new manifestos, help solve the spread of misinformation?

Google pledges not to use AI for weapons or surveillance

The dancing uncle is an inspiration to us all, while we wait for a penned prequel to Game of Thrones

Facebook gave firms broad access to data on users, friends: NYT

Cyberpunk 2077 is coming, but keep warm with Humans of Bombay

Services PMI returns to growth in June

Committee chair Damian Collins writes to Facebook expressing disappointment at its lack of transparency

Complaint filed against Google, Facebook under new GDPR laws

When someone mentions you in their story, you receive a notification in your Direct message thread

WhatsApp updates privacy policy, terms of use ahead of payments service launch

FB unveils a platform for blood donations

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