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14 Mar 2019

Mohammed Shami

Chargesheet filed against cricketer Mohammed Shami: Details here

Indian cricketer Mohammed Shami has been enjoying a good form, since mid-2018, in both Tests and ODIs.

14 Mar 2019


WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook not working for many users: Details here

In a major surprise, Facebook's entire family of apps, including WhatsApp and Instagram, appears to have gone down for some users.

12 Mar 2019

Tamil Nadu

Pollachi sex abuse: Four-member gang harassed, videographed 50+ women

In a shocking incident, a group of four men, all in their 20s, sexually harassed over 50 women in Tamil Nadu, police said.

12 Mar 2019


Here's how to check the data WhatsApp has on you

Today, WhatsApp dominates as one of the most famous messaging platforms in the world offering audio/video calling capabilities.

10 Mar 2019

Mark Zuckerberg

Now, Facebook is working on machine capable of reading minds

Even after several privacy-related debacles, Facebook is working on projects that may not get the best of responses.

10 Mar 2019

Himachal Pradesh

This start-up is helping rural women 'knit' their future

Heard of 'The Original Knit'? It's both an online and offline platform, where you can find handmade woolen wear for babies and toddlers.

09 Mar 2019


Soon, you and your friends could watch Instagram videos together

Facebook is doubling down on Instagram's content-first strategy with a handy new feature.

08 Mar 2019


Celebrating female leaders in technology, this Women's Day

They have long broken the glass ceiling and continue to disrupt the status quo with their aggressive leadership and indomitable spirit in a field long considered men's domain: technology.

08 Mar 2019

Facebook Messenger

This Facebook Messenger bug exposed who you chat with

Just a day after Mark Zuckerberg's promise of a more private Facebook, security firm Imperva has revealed a vulnerability that marred the platform.

07 Mar 2019


New to TikTok? Here are some tips to get started

If you're a regular on the internet, you would have heard about TikTok, a content-creation app that is taking the world by storm.

05 Mar 2019


Apparently, your Facebook profile can be searched with 2FA number

Once again, Facebook's two-factor authentication (2FA) system is being criticized for overreach.

02 Mar 2019


Soon, you will get 'Advanced Search' features on WhatsApp

In a bid to enhance user experience, WhatsApp has started testing 'Advanced Search' capabilities on its iOS app.

27 Feb 2019

Mark Zuckerberg

Soon, you'll be able to clear websites visited on Facebook

After a flurry of scandals and data leaks, Facebook has been working hard to rebuild user trust across the globe.

24 Feb 2019

Robert Vadra

Is Robert Vadra joining politics? His Facebook post gives clue

A month after Priyanka Gandhi joined active politics and was appointed Congress' in-charge of Uttar Pradesh East, it appears that her husband, Robert Vadra, is also eyeing an entry into politics.

23 Feb 2019


iOS apps caught sharing sensitive information with Facebook: Details here

Facebook's data mining practices are no secret; the company collects user-data and employs it for ad-targeting.

23 Feb 2019

Social Media

How Facebook's legacy contact can manage your profile after death

Nobody wants to talk, or even think, about the event of their death.

21 Feb 2019


Want to stop Facebook from tracking location? Here's the way

By now, we all know that Facebook has been mining user data for long. It then uses that information for ad-targeting.

18 Feb 2019

Jammu And Kashmir

Guwahati: College professor suspended for Facebook post on Pulwama attack

A college professor in Guwahati has been suspended for questioning the Indian security forces' actions in Kashmir in the aftermath of the Pulwama attack that has left 40 CRPF jawans dead.

16 Feb 2019


Facebook tracks location of users whom it considers 'credible threats'

It has now been reported that Facebook tracks users for the safety of its employees.

13 Feb 2019


Is Twitter really biased against right-wing? Let's dig deep

Come election season and lines have been clearly drawn on social media. Before parties send their cadres on streets, millions are doing the same job on Twitter.

12 Feb 2019


Malaysia: Man leaves pregnant wife, child to play PUBG freely

In the past few weeks, we reported how PUBG fever has gripped India, resulting in the Gujarat government, among others, banning the online multiplayer game as it adversely affects the students.

12 Feb 2019


Customer finds blood stained band-aid in food, Swiggy left red-faced

In a disturbing incident, a man in Chennai found a blood-stained band-aid in the food item that he ordered through food delivery giant Swiggy.

09 Feb 2019


Bollywood's popular villain Mahesh Anand passes away at 57

Bollywood actor Mahesh Anand, who was known for playing negative roles in the movies of 80s and 90s breathed his last today. He was 57.

09 Feb 2019


What will happen to your digital personality when you die?

It's important to think about what happens to our digital selves after we die.

09 Feb 2019


Kerala: Elephant brought for housewarming tramples two guests to death

What was supposed to be a jolly occasion for a family in Kerala turned into a nightmare after a temple elephant brought for a housewarming party panicked, ran amok, and ended up killing two elderly people, and injuring nine.

07 Feb 2019


Man to sue parents for birthing without consent, mom replies

Not so long ago, we reported about a Mumbai-based man who was planning to sue his parents for giving birth to him without taking his consent.

05 Feb 2019


Man to sue parents for giving birth without his consent

"I didn't ask to be born," if you have ever said these words to your parents out of spite, you will understand the emotions of Raphael Samuel from Mumbai.

05 Feb 2019


Russian couple performs dangerous stunts with their baby, arrested

A Russian couple was detained in Malaysia on Monday after a video surfaced on social media showing them perform dangerous stunts with their infant.

03 Feb 2019


Modi-bhakts married each other; woman now accuses husband of torture

A few days back, a tweet from a youngster in Gujarat went viral which had a picture of him with a girl, both wearing 'NaMo Again' T-shirts.

03 Feb 2019

Delhi Police

Now, Delhi Police will have access to Facebook private chats

Joining hands with the Delhi Police, Facebook will now provide details of private chats to the police for sensitive cases, specifically pertaining to crimes against women and children.

31 Jan 2019

Manohar Parrikar

Smriti slams RaGa on Parrikar meet, says he is hallucinating

In a stinging Facebook post, Union Textile Minister Smriti Irani tore into Congress President Rahul Gandhi on the claims he made after his recent meeting with Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar.

31 Jan 2019


Like Facebook, Google also paid to monitor private user data

Just like Facebook, Google also had a private app that bypassed Apple's App Store regulations and collected user data.

30 Jan 2019


Facebook secretly paid teens to access their messages, browsing history

Once again, Facebook is making headlines for its shady data collection practices.

28 Jan 2019


Moments, Facebook's rarely-used, photo-sharing app to shut down next month

Facebook has announced that it is shutting down its standalone photo-sharing app, Moments, next month.

26 Jan 2019


Why Zuckerberg wants to merge WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Instagram?

Facebook is working on a bold move to merge its key messaging products.

24 Jan 2019


Get real-time traffic updates from Delhi Police's Facebook Live feed

The next worse thing after Delhi's pollution is the traffic congestion, which makes commuting really difficult.

23 Jan 2019

Social Media

Social media political ad spending expected to touch Rs. 12,000cr

2019 being an election year, social media platforms are set for a major rise in revenue as experts believe that advertising expenditure on social media will see a rise of 150% compared to the previous general election year, 2014.

23 Jan 2019


Google will now help track money spent on political ads

With India gearing up for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, Google, on Tuesday, announced a new policy to promote "transparency" in online political advertisements.

22 Jan 2019


US man threatens to mass-shoot girls because he's a virgin

A man was arrested in Utah in the US for threatening to kill as many girls as he could in a public place because he is a virgin and single.

22 Jan 2019


Google to make political ads information on its platform public

In the run-up to 2019 general elections, tech titan Google today announced that it will make information on political advertisements on its platform public.