Sunday, July 5, 2020

Facebook fails to stop users from sharing pirated movies

San Francisco-- Several Facebook groups are sharing pirated Hollywood movies to hundred of thousands of users and the social media giant's automated software are...

Google to verify political ads in India ahead of 2019 polls

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New Delhi-- As India gears up for the Lok Sabha elections, Google on Tuesday announced an updated election ads that will provide comprehensive information...

Now smartphone can help men test sperm health at home

New York--Those men who find it too embarrassing to visit a fertility clinic to test the health of their sperm have reasons to cheer,...

Intel Lakefield chips to power foldable, dual screen PCs of the future

San Francisco-- Chip giant Intel on Wednesday launched new Hybrid Processors codenamed Lakefield for next-gen PCs that would power foldable and dual screen devices...

Google CEO Sundar Pichai predicts AI, cloud computing’s future at Google

New York-- Taking a break from the tradition where Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin shared the company's progress and vision every year,...

Foldable phones to reach 30mn units by 2023: Gartner

Mumbai-- Foldable phones will account for 5 per cent of high-end phones by 2023, amounting to 30 million units as they are expected to...

Indian-origin professor develops new method to hunt dark matter

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NEW YORK-- An Indian-American professor has devised a new method to characterise dark matter that can help hunt for the mysterious space phenomenon. Sukanya Chakrabarti,...

Here comes a cellphone that works without batteries

Washington--In a major leap ahead to life beyond chargers, cords and dying phones, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have invented a cellphone that works...

Video streaming set to trigger smartphone war in India

By Nishant Arora New Delhi-- Smartphone shipments are on the decline globally. Devices launched with same features and specifications and price cuts are so far...

Trump, Obama lose followers as Twitter sanitises its platform

New Delhi/San Francisco-- US President Donald Trump lost about 100,000 of his 53.4 million followers and former President Barack Obama lost about 400,000 as...
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