Washington, Feb 8:Chinese short-video making app Tiktok is reportedly planning an expansion into e-commerce in the US, where it will go head-to-head with Silicon Valley giant Facebook.
New Delhi, Feb 7: Driven by a renewed surge in India amid WhatsApp privacy row, Telegram has become the most downloaded non-gaming app worldwide for January 2021 with more than 63 million installs, 3.8 times its downloads in the same month a year ago, according to latest data released by app analytics firm Sensor Tower.
New Delhi, Feb 5: Investigating the 'toolkit document' uploaded on a social media handle which the Delhi Police believe scripted the January 26 violence in the capital, the police are now writing to Google to know the IP address from where the toolkit was uploaded.
California, Feb 2: Google will pay USD 2.6 million to more than 5,500 employees and past job applicants to resolve allegations that the internet giant discriminated against female engineers and Asians in California and Washington state. The settlement announced Monday closes a 4-year-old case that the Labour Department brought as part its periodic reviews of the pay practices at federal government...
Mumbai, Feb 1: Equity benchmark indices swung higher in volatile trade during early hours on Monday as Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman prepared to present the Union Budget in Parliament.
As enterprises struggle to understand the importance of data lifecycle where destructing the data is equally important to archiving or retaining it in the systems of on the Cloud, only 43 per cent organisations in India are fully aware of current and upcoming data protection laws, a new report said on Thursday,
Twitter has allowed third-party academic researchers free access to the full history of public conversation via the full-archive search endpoint, which was previously limited to paid premium or enterprise customers.
Mumbai, Jan 25: Equity benchmark indices swayed between gains and losses during early hours on Monday while their Asian peers were on an upward trajectory.
Washington, Jan 19: As the debate rages over new WhatsApp data sharing policy, another Facebook family product called Messenger does not offer any end-to-end protection and is more prone to data breach, a security expert has claimed, adding that Messenger users should opt for safer apps first.