09 Apr 2020
Linda Tripp, whose tapes exposed Bill Clinton's affair, dies
Linda Tripp, who secretly recorded her conversations with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky that exposed ex-US President Bill Clinton's sex scandal leading to his impeachment, died on Wednesday at the age of 70.
11 Mar 2020
Twitter users almost certainly believed Daniel Radcliffe has coronavirus. How?
Misinformation on coronavirus spreads like wildfire, and this time, it has roped in Daniel Radcliffe.
11 Mar 2020
20 popular VPN, ad-blocking apps caught spying on users
In a major shocker, at least 20 apps dedicated to VPN and ad-blocking services have been caught spying on their users.
02 Feb 2020
As locust swarms ravage crops, Pakistan declares national emergency
As swarms of desert locusts continue to wreak havoc in Pakistan, the nation has declared a national emergency to eliminate the pest infestation.
24 Oct 2019
Instagram makes "stalking" difficult with major changes: Details here
Instagram is evolving in more ways than one could imagine.
24 May 2019
#ScareAlert: Amazon to record even before you say "Alexa"
AI-powered smart assistants have been making quite an impression with their ability to understand/handle queries.
28 Apr 2019
Why Google banned Chinese developer with 600 million app downloads
In a major move, Google has launched a crackdown against DO Global, a popular Chinese app developer.
28 Mar 2019
Viral 'birth year' prank can get you suspended from Twitter
If you're a Twitter regular, you may have noticed that some people are calling for a birth year change on the platform, saying it will change the looks of your feed.
03 Nov 2018
Twitter lists 'Kill all Jews' as trend, apologizes later
Twitter is facing flak for promoting hateful, anti-semitic content on its platform.
29 Aug 2018
Facebook launches its video-on-demand service, Watch, globally
Last year, Facebook had launched its video-on-demand (VOD) service, called 'Watch', in the US that would let users watch episodic TV content, as well as sports content on Facebook.
13 Apr 2018
Trump wanted ex-FBI director to investigate pee-tape to pacify wife
James Comey, former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), makes startling revelations in his book "A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership," due to release on April 17.
09 Apr 2018
Humans (and not algorithms) will curate new YouTube Kids app
YouTube is reportedly working to replace algorithms with humans for its new app for kids.
10 Aug 2017
It's official! Facebook launches TV-like video platform 'Watch'
Facebook has finally announced the launch of its dedicated online video platform 'Watch', months after reports about its increasing focus on video content surfaced.
27 Jul 2017
Facebook to launch its own TV shows by August!
Facebook has been competing for years with TV for advertisements; however, it no longer wants to just "compete", it wants to take over TV!
25 May 2017
Amazon CEO donates $1 million for the Freedom of Press
Jeff Bezos, Amazon CEO donated $1 million to the Reporters Committee for the Freedom of the Press.
25 May 2017
Facebook ropes in BuzzFeed, Vox and others for its shows
Facebook is leaving no stone unturned to become the all in one solution for the internet savvy millennial.
21 Mar 2017
Swaraj comes to help of Indian woman suffering in Pakistan
When the father of Mohammadia Begum, an Indian woman allegedly being ill-treated by her in-laws in Pakistan, reached out to Sushma Swaraj through an SOS YouTube video, the External Affairs minister soon directed the Indian High Commission to renew her passport and facilitate her return.
26 Feb 2017
Trump may skip White House correspondents' dinner
In a break from tradition, US President Donald Trump indicated that he may not attend the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner.
25 Feb 2017
White House bars key media outlets from briefings
In what appears to be an intensifying conflict between Trump Administration and media, several prominent news outlets have been excluded from covering White House's daily briefings.
21 Feb 2017
Former US Attorney General to lead Uber probe
Former US Attorney General Eric Holder will lead the probe into sexual assault allegations against Uber, made by a former employee.
20 Feb 2017
Sexual harassment claims rock Uber
A former Uber engineer, Susan Fowler, has revealed via a blog, multiple instances of harassment, sexual and otherwise, that she faced while working at Uber for a year.
30 Jan 2017
Donald Trump's decision to ban refugees and immigrants
On Friday, Donald Trump signed an executive order which suspended the intake of refugees from Syria for 120 days, and blocked immigration from Syria, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, Sudan and Somalia for 90 days.
14 Jan 2017
Operative who wrote report on Trump identified
The former officer in Britain's Secret Intelligence Service MI6, who wrote the report on compromising information the Russians had on Donald Trump, has been identified as Christopher Steele.
13 Jan 2017
Match fixing back in spotlight ahead of the Australian Open
A year after allegations of corrupt practices surfaced in tennis, new sanctions against players for match-fixing put the spotlight back on the issue, ahead of the Australian Open.
12 Jan 2017
Highlights of President-elect Donald Trump's press conference
US President-elect Donald Trump faced a wide array of questions during his first press conference since July 2016.
11 Jan 2017
Trump denies Russia has compromising evidence against him
US President-elect Donald Trump has denied allegations that Russia is in possession of compromising evidence against him; Trump took to Twitter, rejecting the reports and calling it a "political witch hunt."
15 Aug 2016
Facebook and a creativity platform
Social media trends have undergone immense transformation; from no-frills text content sharing to gaming, picture sharing and currently the hottest trend of all - imaginative content creating applications.