Google updates Maps to help people deal with pandemic

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New Delhi-- More than 1 billion people now turn to Google Maps to navigate the new normal and the company on Tuesday announced new...

‘Are you a platform or publisher?’ Twitter, Facebook CEOs face angry US lawmakers

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By Nikhila Natarajan New York-- Twitter and Facebook CEOs are making the case to US lawmakers that their warning labels on Donald Trump's false "I...

How WhatsApp video calls are connecting Indians this Diwali

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New Delhi-- Rajshree Saraf, 24, recently shifted to New York to pursue her dream of becoming a creative technologist. She has never been away...

7 in 10 urban Indians now hooked to mobile gaming: Report

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New Delhi-- Seven in 10 urban Indians are now playing video games or mobile games on any device, taking the country into the top...

‘Who the hell are you?’, US lawmakers scold Twitter, Facebook, Google CEOs

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By Nikhila Natarajan New York-- "Baloney!", "sham!" and "who the hell are you" scoldings dominated a Senate hearing on Wednesday where the CEOs of Twitter,...

Women now represent 28.6% of Microsoft’s global workforce

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New Delhi-- Women now represent 28.6 per cent of the global Microsoft workforce, an increase of 1 percentage point since last year. However, the tech...

India warns Twitter, says misrepresentation of map unacceptable

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New Delhi-- Taking strong exception to misrepresentation of the India map, the government has written a stern letter to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, saying...

Microsoft discovers most dangerous mobile Android ransomware

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New Delhi-- Microsoft has discovered a sophisticated mobile Android ransomware with novel techniques and behaviour, evading many available protections and registering a low detection...

Facebook took political manipulation lightly, says leaked memo

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San Francisco-- Facebook has been accused of ignoring fake accounts undermining political affairs around the world, according to a memo by a former employee...

Chinese, Russian hackers hit Biden, Trump campaigns: Microsoft

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Seattle-- Hackers with ties to Russia, China and Iran are attacking groups involved with the US presidential election, including people associated with both Joe...
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