27 May 2020
Finally, government open-sources Aarogya Setu: Here's what it means
In a major development, India's Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) has open-sourced Aarogya Setu, its contact-tracing app for COVID-19.
07 May 2020
Facebook led to crashing of several popular apps on iOS
A few hours ago, Spotify, Tinder, TikTok, Pinterest, and many other popular apps started crashing on iOS.
22 Apr 2020
Watch: AI-created Elon Musk Zoom-bombs virtual meeting
You may already know about deepfakes, the AI-generated clips that show one person's face or voice in another person's video.
05 Oct 2019
Alert: Don't send GIFs via WhatsApp, till you update it
A new vulnerability has been discovered in WhatsApp which allows hackers to gain access to your files and messages by leveraging malicious GIFs.
05 Jul 2019
DeepNude, app that made women appear nude, still remains accessible
In a shocking development, multiple outlets have reported that DeepNude, the app that made women appear nude, is still available on the internet.
24 Jun 2019
Why Microsoft banned employees from using Slack, other software products
Microsoft appears to have banned certain software products for its employees.
05 May 2019
Someone is hacking, deleting GitHub repositories for Bitcoins
Reportedly, GitHub has been hit by hackers who are hijacking private code repositories and deleting them in order to blackmail their owners for ransom.
23 Mar 2019
Microsoft's 'Clippy' Office assistant resurrected, then killed
Back in the day, when Microsoft Office wasn't really popular, it had an animated assistant called Clippy.
01 Nov 2018
Facebook's face-detection AI can now identify galaxies; and, it's free
An artificial intelligence (AI) program, that earlier used to recognize faces on Facebook, has been modified for a special purpose.
25 Oct 2018
Windows Zero-day vulnerability capable of deleting files uncovered
A new zero-day vulnerability that can be exploited to delete Windows system files has been uncovered by a security researcher.
28 Sep 2018
Beware WhatsApp users: This spyware can steal your WhatsApp data
A new Android-based spyware has been spotted on the internet, one that could compromise your smartphone's critical data including your WhatsApp messages, photos, and contacts.
04 Jun 2018
Business Roundup: Here are today's top 5 Business news
Here comes your daily roundup of business news.
04 Jun 2018
Microsoft acquires GitHub: Is this the end of open-source software?
Microsoft has acquired world's largest open-source code repository website, GitHub for a whopping $7.5 billion in an all-stock deal.
02 Jun 2018
Business Roundup: Here are today's top 5 business news
Here comes your daily business news wrap, have a 'byte'.
31 Mar 2018
If you can't #DeleteFacebook, you can at least #ConfuseFacebook
The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal highlighted how Cambridge Analytica obtained user data of 50 million people from Facebook without their permission to allegedly help Donald Trump get elected as the US President.
03 Mar 2018
GitHub overcomes world's largest DDoS attack in under 10 minutes
The largest known DDoS attack in the world targeted software development platform GitHub this week, and the latter was impressively able to overcome it in under 10 minutes.
24 Jan 2018
Flicks: A new unit of time invented by Facebook
Facebook has come up with a new way of measuring time. Just like hours, minutes and seconds, there's now a new unit of time called "Flicks" invented by Facebook's Virtual Reality team.
22 Nov 2017
Uber paid hackers $100,000; concealed data stolen of 57mn users
Uber is facing another PR nightmare. It has emerged that the company concealed a massive data breach affecting 57mn users/riders for a whole year.
23 Sep 2016
Reddit internet traffic brings down North Korea's internet
North Korea's internet service came to a standstill when links to websites available in North Korea were posted online on Reddit.
18 Aug 2016
Could Google have a brand new OS?
Google appears to be heading towards a fresh start by developing a brand new operating system.