Mon, September 16, 2019

Facebook CEO refuses to face-off with British parliamentarians

London : Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has no plans as of now to face members of a British parliamentary committee probing the misuse of the firm's data its pra...

'Google One' to help users with low-cost data storage in Cloud

San Francisco : Revamping its Google Drive online storage subscription plans, the tech giant has announced to roll out a new, low-cost storage plan called "Go...

Time travellers invited to Stephen Hawking's memorial service

The funeral of Professor Stephen Hawking London : Members of the public have been invited to apply for tickets to attend a celebration of Professor Stephen Hawking&...

Meditation, yoga can sharpen your mind

Image Courtesy : Deccan Chronicle London : Confirming what yogis have claimed for long, new research has found that meditation and breath-focused practices, su...

AI calling voice will identify itself to humans: Google

San Francisco : In a bid to deliver transparency in technology and stay ahead of ethical pitfalls, Google has said that its Artificial Intelligence (AI) calling sy...

Astronomers find first carbon-rich asteroid in Kuiper Belt

Image Courtesy : Daily Mail Washington : Astronomers have discovered an unusual carbon-rich asteroid in the Kuiper Belt -- the first of its kind to be confirme...

Goodle celebrates Dadasaheb Phalke's 148th birth anniversary

Mumbai : Google on Monday celebrated the 148th birth anniversary of legendary film-maker Dhundiraj Govind Phalke, or Dadasaheb Phalke -- who first uttered ‘L...

Tech firms don't care about users' data: Cambridge Analytica researcher

Caption San Francisco : Tech companies in the Silicon Valley like Facebook assume users know that their data is being sold and obtaining the data for Cambridge Anal...

British campaigner to sue Facebook over fake ads

London : British consumer campaigner Martin Lewis is suing Facebook for defamation after dozens of fake advertisements bearing his name were published on the socia...

TCS first Indian company to achieve $100 billion m-cap

Mumbai : IT bellwether Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Monday emerged as the first Indian listed company to cross the $100-billion mark in terms of market capit...
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