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Tech giant Google has announced that it is bringing picture-in-picture (PiP) support to its video conferencing app alongside pinning multiple videos feeds
Ten-page guideline from National Informatics Centre issues 'do's and don'ts' for cyber security
The company said that Galaxy F13 is slated to come with a slew of attractive features such as an FHD+ display for an immersive viewing experience
From music player from Saregama to all-weather air purifier from Dyson, here is a list of consumer tech products and services you can gift your dad on father's day 2022
Instagram users on iPhone were experiencing an issue on the application where they were forced to see stories again and again after having watched them once. This issue was resolved by Instagram
Meta-owned Instagram faced teething troubles with its Stories feature and several users were left in the lurch while viewing someone's stories
Microsoft has begun working on bringing online games to its Microsoft Teams service. The software maker has started testing games like Solitaire, Connect 4, and Wordament inside Microsoft Teams
63% global firms are AI experimenters, barely scratching the surface of its potential with AI maturity score of 29; Many others with higher scores are still leaving the full value of AI untapped
Only 12 per cent of organisations that use AI are doing it at a maturity level to achieve a strong competitive advantage while the rest are still experimenting with the technology, a new report said
In March, the company had announced plans to expand its device ecosystem beyond the audio segment starting with foray into the smartphone business.
The agency released the vulnerability note a week after Google made the security risks public in its Android Security Bulletin-June 2022
Microsoft has announced the retirement of 27-year-old Internet Explorer as the browser will be completely phased out from June 15
There are no new fixes in Android 13 Beta 3.1, and Google claims that the known issues from Beta 3 still apply to Beta 3.1
Software-as-a-service provider FarEye has laid off around 250 employees at the time of their appraisal, according to industry sources. When contacted, FarEye said softness in market conditions and restructuring of the team led to reduction in team size. With the softness in market conditions, in the year ahead, we are focusing on our efforts and aligning resources in areas that drive maximum value for our customers while addressing their key challenges around operational efficiencies, cost optimization, and delivery experience," FarEye CEO and co-founder Kushal Nahata said in a statement. He said the company is strengthening core competencies, deepening focus on product differentiation and automation, and optimizing the effort required to manage operations. "This strategic realignment has resulted in the need to restructure a part of our team. For a company like FarEye that has always kept its people at the core, and believes that our people are our strongest asset, it has been a .
The two companies 'ecosystems' stifle competition and 'meaningful choices' to customers, according to UK regulator, Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)
After strict COVID lockdowns in China that led to months of supply chain disruptions, Apple is now moving some iPad production out of China and shifting it to Vietnam.To guard itself against future shortages and supply snags, Apple has also asked multiple component suppliers to build up their inventories, as per the sources cited by Asia Nikkei.Plans of exiting China and moving its business into Vietnam were under consideration earlier as well, however, due to the sudden surge in COVID-19 cases in Vietnam a few months later, Apple delayed its plans.This decision by Apple to move away from China reflects the company's continuous efforts to diversify its supply chain. It also highlights the growing importance of Vietnam to the company.In particular, Apple is asking suppliers outside the lockdown-affected areas to help build up a couple of months' worth of component supplies to ensure supply continuity over the next few months. The requests apply to all of Apple's product lines -- ...
South Korean tech giant Samsung has been reportedly sued by a patent troll over the use of an algorithm that predicts the remaining battery life on its Android smartphones
Microsoft also detailed new gaming experiences coming to Windows 11 and Edge browser for desktop
Industry body BIF batted for direct allocation of spectrum for private 5G networks to enterprises at a nominal administrative fee, as the war of words intensified between telcos and tech companies
The Reserve Bank of India will soon come out with regulatory architecture for digital lending platforms, many of which are unauthorised and illegal, Governor Shaktikanta Das said on Thursday. There have been increasing cases of alleged suicides of borrowers due to harassment by a few of the operators of digital lending apps. "I think very soon we will be coming out with a broad regulatory architecture, which should be able to address the challenges that we are confronted with regard to lending through digital platforms, many of which are unauthorised, unregistered and, should I say, illegal," Das said while delivering a lecture on - Indian Businesses (Past, Present and Future). He was speaking at the Iconic Week celebration as part of the 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' to mark the 75th anniversary of Independence, organised by the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC). Das on Wednesday suggested that customers borrowing from unregistered digital lending apps should approach
Nothing phone (1) will be launched in a live event in London that will livestream on the start-up's website (nothing.tech) on July 12 at 8:30 pm (IST)
With an aim to empower teachers and students, tech giant Google on Wednesday announced that it is sharing new updates to Chromebooks, Google Classroom and Google Meet.
Chargers will be harmonized for small and medium-sized portable electronic devices by 2024 in the European Union (EU), negotiators of the European Parliament and the Council have agreed.
At WWDC22, Apple showcased the next generation CarPlay software solution
Previewed at the Apple's annual WWDC, the iOS 16 will bring personalised lock screen, shared iCloud library for family sharing, new functionalities to Messages app, improved Mail app, and much more
Here is a quick recap of platforms related announcements Apple made at the WWDC22 keynote address
The new software will for the first time power the instrument cluster on a car's dashboard showing speed, directions and gas mileage
Users can make four equal payments with no interest or fees on Apple Pay Later.
Apple on June 6 previewed new features and upgrades coming to its platforms later this year. Here are the highlights from the WWDC22 keynote address
The Apple WWDC 2022 will start with a keynote address on June 6 at 10:30 pm (IST)
Apple WWDC22 keynote event is an online-only event but a select number of developers have been invited to the Apple Park campus in the US for a viewing event
A year after releasing IT Rules 2021, the govt proposed a clutch of changes in it. While we await the revised version, find out what the original draft proposed and its impact on social media giants
After announcing that some major features are under development such as group polls and WhatsApp Premium, WhatsApp is now working on the ability to edit text messages for a future update
As the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2022 is approaching, reports say that tech giant Apple's operating systems are expected to be the centerpiece of the keynote.
The move follows recent transition of Manu Kumar Jain to a global role as Group Vice President responsible for international strategy including international marketing and PR
Top tech companies turn to a Dutch firm for ultra-advanced machines to make chips. The machines use light beams to make narrow circuits on chips - which are now the backbone of the world economy
The smartphone comes with 6.5-inch IPS LCD display along with 90Hz refresh rate, 16MP triple rear camera setup, 5000mAh battery and much more
Microblogging site Twitter's social media dashboard application for management, TweetDeck, will no longer be available as a standalone Mac app from July 1.
Google TV app, which aggregates content recommendations from streaming services and lets users create a universal watchlist of their favourites, is now available on iOS
South Korean tech giant Samsung is reportedly once again working with tech giant Google to create the next 2nd Generation Tensor SoC that will be underpinned in the upcoming Pixel 7 and 7 Pro.
A survey by Slack of over 2,000 Indian knowledge workers found 4 in 5 respondents desired flexibility, and would switch jobs if their employer didn't provide it
Due to an outage on podcast hosting platform owned by Spotify, Megaphone, podcast listeners could not access many of their shows for more than eight hours this week.
A Netflix experiment to crack down on password sharing outside of households has left users flummoxed, forcing some of them to cancel their subscriptions
Tech giant Amazon has informed its customers that they cannot buy books on Kindle App for Android anymore.
In a series of tweets, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo mentioned that he expects the tech giant's headset to launch in 2023.
American tech giant Apple's upcoming iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max smartphone might finally get the always-on display feature.
ShareChat counts Twitter and Snap as investors and if the bid by Tesla CEO Elon Musk to buy Twitter goes through, Musk will have potentially a stake of between 6% and 8% in ShareChat
According to 9to5Google, the tool will help Google Assistant get "better at recognising your frequent words and names"
29% think existing laws surrounding privacy are enough to enable elders to protect their privacy online
The messaging platform is also preparing a 2.0 iteration of Reactions by bringing the ability to react with any emoji available