• Sun, Sep 23, 2018
  • Two weeks after that report, Google CEO Sundar Pichai told the company's employees that the China plan was in its early stages and exploratory .
    Google asks employees to delete China search engine memo: Report
    In its bid to suppress a memo revealing information about a plan to launch a censored search engine in China, Google has sent an email to employees asking them to delete the sensitive document, The Intercept reported.Authored by a Google engineer familiar with the project, the memo disclosed that the search system would require users in China to log in to perform searches.  Codenamed Dragonfly, the search engine would track the location of users and share the data with a Chinese partner who would have unilateral access to the data, said the report on Friday, citing the memo.  The news about Google's plan to build a censored search engine in China broke in August when The Intercept reported that the search platform would blacklist sensitive queries about topics including politics, free speech, democracy, human rights and peaceful...
  • Samsung India launches 2 smartphones in Galaxy J series Samsung India launches 2 smartphones in Galaxy J series

    Galaxy J6+ and Galaxy J4+ with glass-finish design and Dolby Atmos will be available from September 25 on retail outlets, Amazon, Flipkart and Samsung Shop.

  • Twitter bug may have sent users' DMs to unknown developers Twitter bug may have sent users' DMs to unknown developers

    The bug ran from May 2017 and within hours of discovering it on September 10, Twitter said it fixed the bug to prevent data from being unintentionally sent to the incorrect developer.

  • Google still allowing third-party apps read your Gmail: Report Google still allowing third-party apps read your Gmail: Report

    Gmail lets third-party developers integrate services into its email platform.

  • Apple's new iPhones, Watch Series 4 now on sale Apple's new iPhones, Watch Series 4 now on sale

    The new iPhones and Apple Watch Series 4 will be available in India starting September 28.

  • WhatsApp phases out support for older iOS versions WhatsApp phases out support for older iOS versions

    For older iPhones, the app would not get any new features and updates anymore and it is also possible that some already existing features may stop working

  • Facebook dating app now in testing phase Facebook dating app now in testing phase

    It is currently available to users 18 and above, free of cost, and doesn't include any advertisements or premium features.

  • Facebook building war room ahead of Brazil, US elections Facebook building war room ahead of Brazil, US elections

    The company also announced two new partnerships on election integrity ahead of Brazil elections next month and the US midterms in November.

  • OnePlus among top 5 premium Android OEMs in Q2 2018: Report OnePlus among top 5 premium Android OEMs in Q2 2018: Report

    Meanwhile, Cupertino-based Apple led the global premium smartphone segment and captured 43 per cent share of the segment, followed by Samsung (with 24 per cent) and OPPO (10 per cent).

  • Samsung set to launch A7 with 3 rear cameras, A9 with 4 rear camera system Samsung set to launch A7 with 3 rear cameras, A9 with 4 rear camera system

    According to reliable industry sources, the disruptive A7 smartphone will be a mid-price segment device (priced below Rs 30,000). The phone is all set to make an appearance this week.