25 Feb 2019Security
Hackers can use these 4G, 5G vulnerabilities to track you
Security researchers have identified critical vulnerabilities in 4G and 5G networks, bugs that allow hackers to intercept phone calls and use them to track locations.
19 Feb 2019YouTube
Shocking! YouTube found recommending soft-core porn videos featuring minors
Once again, YouTube is facing backlash over its content moderation practices.
16 Feb 2019Twitter
Soon, Twitter may get Snapchat-like 'News Camera' feature
In a bid to compete with Snapchat and Instagram, Twitter is working on a new media-sharing feature.
16 Feb 2019Twitter
Twitter doesn't remove direct messages even when you delete them
In a major surprise, a security researcher has discovered Twitter doesn't really remove direct messages from its servers even when you delete them.
07 Feb 2019iPhone
Several popular iOS apps found recording screens without user permission
Modern-day apps are known to collect user data to improve their services or to show ads; it is a fairly common practice.
31 Jan 2019India
SBI Data Leak: What can you do to stay protected?
Just a few hours ago, India's largest financial institution, the State Bank of India, was found exposing customer data from an unprotected server.
31 Jan 2019State Bank of India (SBI)
SBI data leaked: Millions of customers' information exposed from server
The largest financial institution of our country, State Bank of India, has leaked data of millions of its customers.
30 Jan 2019Facebook
Facebook secretly paid teens to access their messages, browsing history
Once again, Facebook is making headlines for its shady data collection practices.
21 Jan 2019Facebook
Soon, Facebook might launch LOL meme app for teens
Over the years, Facebook has been trying to attract young teen users.
10 Jan 2019Facebook
Now, post on multiple Instagram accounts simultaneously: Here's how
Popular photo-sharing platform Instagram is always testing new and intriguing features.
10 Jan 2019Google
#BugAlert: Anyone can manipulate Google's search results, spread fake news
A new bug has been flagged in Google, one that can be exploited by anyone to manipulate search results and spread fake news.
07 Jan 2019iOS
Over dozen iPhone apps caught communicating with malware-linked server
Historically, the problem of malicious or fake apps is more pronounced on Android than iOS.
15 Dec 2018Facebook
Bug leaks 70 lakh users' photos; Facebook says 'sorry'
Seems like data privacy and Facebook just don't see eye to eye.
12 Dec 2018Microsoft
Multiple bugs left Microsoft accounts vulnerable to attacks: Details here
A series of bugs left millions of Microsoft accounts - Office, Outlook, Onedrive, etc - vulnerable to attacks.
12 Dec 2018India
Google acquires India's hugely popular train tracking app: Details here
In a major move, Google has acquired Sigmoid Labs, the company behind one of India's most popular train tracking app - 'Where Is My Train'.
08 Dec 2018Facebook
Soon, Facebook could let you shop from Live Videos
After Instagram's e-commerce-focused moves, Facebook is leveraging its 'Live Video' feature for the purpose of shopping.
20 Nov 2018Facebook
Instagram goes after accounts with fake followers, likes: Details here
Popular photo-sharing service Instagram has vowed to combat apps boosting the audience of its users.
18 Nov 2018Facebook
Soon, you and your Facebook friends could 'watch videos together'
Facebook appears to be building a new feature for Messenger, one that could let you and your friends 'Watch Videos Together' while chatting.
16 Nov 2018Facebook
Facebook Messenger users can now 'unsend' messages: Here's how
Finally, Facebook is rolling out 'unsend' capabilities for its Messenger platform.
15 Nov 2018Facebook
This Facebook bug allowed websites to access users' personal information
When it comes Facebook, the news is mostly related to privacy.
10 Nov 2018Facebook
Facebook Dating comes to Canada, Thailand: Details here
Nearly two months after taking off in Colombia, Facebook Dating is coming to two new countries - Thailand and Canada.
30 Oct 2018Twitter
Twitter could kill the 'Like' button, but not anytime soon
On October 29, The Telegraph reported that Twitter is thinking about removing its heart-shaped 'Like' button as part of an effort to support healthier conversations on the platform.
16 Oct 2018Donald Trump
Dating app for Trump fans leaks users' data on launch-day
A new dating app, meant exclusively for Donald Trump supporters and American conservatives, has found itself in a soup.
30 Jul 2018Android
Want to learn coding? These 5 apps can help
In an increasingly tech-driven world, coding is certainly a must-have skill even for people with non-technical backgrounds.
02 Jul 2018China
Reportedly, China has developed a Star Wars-like laser rifle
If a report by the South China Morning Post is to be believed, we may be pretty close to seeing a mass deployment of Star Wars-like laser rifles.
19 Jun 2018Ethereum
BitTorrent is being sold for $140mn to blockchain start-up Tron
BitTorrent, one of the most recognizable brands in the world, is reportedly being bought by blockchain-based start-up Tron for a whopping $140mn, according to TechCrunch.
08 May 2018Instagram
Instagram rolls out in-app payments feature for commerce
Weeks after launching its "Shoppable Tags" feature, Instagram has quietly rolled-out an in-app payments feature that allows you to make payments without leaving the app.
30 Mar 2018Instagram
Instagram restores GIFs after GIPHY re-moderates its library
Instagram has reactivated GIPHY integration to bring back GIFs to its Stories after GIPHY claimed to have reviewed and re-moderated its library, ensuring that its content was safe for the Internet.
04 Mar 2018India
Facebook testing voice clip status updates in India
In a bid to bring more people, speaking regional languages, on board, Facebook is beta-testing a micropodcasting feature in India which will enable status updates through voice clips.
09 Jan 2018Cryptocurrency
Telegram app gearing up to launch own cryptocurrency
Popular private messaging app Telegram is creating its own Blockchain platform "Telegram Open Network" (TON) and native cryptocurrency "Gram" to enable payments on its app and beyond.
11 Dec 2017India
Taking public-transport? Google-Maps will tell you where to get off
Ever took public transport and missed your destination while traveling to a new place? Well, Google Maps will now make such journeys less stressful.
06 Oct 2017Snapchat
Snap CEO says Spectacles sales are 'over 150,000 units'
When Snap launched Spectacles, it didn't hold back from making marketing gimmicks. One of the brilliant ones was the idea of Snapbot vending machines, which would pop up at random places and from which, you could buy Spectacles.
08 Sep 2017Amazon
Amazon files for arbitration against fraudulent Kindle Direct authors
Amazon has filed for arbitration against book publishers, authors etc. who allegedly made use of the Kindle Direct Publishing system to inflate sales numbers by unscrupulous means.
21 Aug 2017Uber
Report: Former GE CEO being considered for Uber CEO
Since Uber CEO Travis Kalanick was asked to resign from his post in June, Uber's search for a new CEO has been long and dramatic.
16 Jul 2017WhatsApp
Amazon has been creating a new messaging app in secret
Messaging apps are widely popular and a bunch of them are already available on the market.
15 May 2017Apple
Apple acquires Lattice Data to strengthen its AI base
As an effort to establish a stronghold in the AI business, Apple has now acquired Lattice Data by paying a rumored amount of $200 million.
11 Apr 2017Google
Google to invest $875 million for curved Pixel screens?
According to reports by the South Korean press, Google is engaged in talks to invest $875 million in LG Display, a world leader in producing screens for smartphones and tablets.
30 Mar 2017Facebook
Facebook to launch group chatbots at F8 conference
Facebook's F8 annual global developer conference is set to be held in San Jose from 18th to 19th April.
09 Mar 2017Technology
Tinder Select: The exclusive dating app
According to a TechCrunch report, over the past six months or so, Tinder has been operating a secret, invite-only version of its hugely popular dating app.
02 Nov 2016Lyft
Study finds Uber and Lyft guilty of racial discrimination
A recent study by the National Bureau of Economic Research revealed that ride-hailing start-ups Lyft and Uber have problems of racial discrimination.