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Google introduces 3 new photography apps

Google has introduced three photography apps which are part of a new series that it has dubbed as photography "appsperiments".

Google beats Facebook as top referral source for publishers

Google has beaten Facebook to become publishers' main source of external page views over the course of 2017, a new data showed.

We have zero tolerance sexual harassment policy: Facebook

 Facebook follows a zero tolerance policy on sexual harassment to keep the workplace safe, the the social network's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg has announced.

Facebook best place to work, Apple slips to 84th spot

While Facebook has become the best place to work in America, Cupertino-based tech giant Apple has tumbled to number 84 this year from its 36th position last year in the leading job website Glassdoor's "100 Best Places to Work in the US".

Google blocks YouTube on Amazon's Echo Show, Fire TV

Google has announced blocking YouTube on Amazon's Fire TV and its Echo Show amid growing rivalry between the two tech giants as their businesses continue to overlap.

Samsung begins 512GB memory chips production

Taking smartphone storage solution to an entirely new level, Samsung Electronics on Wednesday announced that it has begun mass production of the first 512GB memory chip for next-generation mobile devices.

Google Voice Assistant comes to JioPhone

In a move to empower feature phone users in the country, Google on Tuesday announced to bring its Voice Assistant on Reliance JioPhone.

Google Maps introduces two-wheeler mode in India

To help bikers find the most suitable route in India, Google on Tuesday incorporated navigation routes for two-wheelers with Voice Assistant capabilities in its Maps feature.

Uber sued in US for concealing massive data hack

The Los Angeles City Attorney has sued global ride-hailing app Uber, saying that the company broke California law when it failed to disclose a data breach that exposed the license numbers of 600,000 Uber drivers.

YouTube to hire 10,000 people to root out bad content

YouTube will hire 10,000 people to monitor and control violent extremism on the popular video streaming platform, along with curbing content that endangers children.

Infosys hires Salil Parekh of Capgemini as its new CEO

BENGALURU: Global software major Infosys on Saturday announced the appointment of Salil S Parekh from Capgemini as its new Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director with effect from January 2.

Microsoft now selling Samsung Galaxy Note 8 online

SAN FRANCISCO:  Microsoft has started selling Samsung Galaxy Note 8 from its online store that comes packed with pre-installed apps like virtual assistant Cortana, Word, Excel, OneNote and Outlook.

Twitter suspends 45 suspected propaganda accounts

SAN FRANCISCO: Twitter has suspended 45 new accounts suspected of spreading propaganda related to Brexit, US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

5 Features of KENT Aura Air Purifier That Make It a Must-Have

Winter has arrived and so has the danger of alarming air pollution. Over the past few days, the rampant growth of air pollution has not just stunned the common public but has also made them realize that the time has come when we need to take effective measures to ensure a healthy and clean tomorrow.

Students working overtime to build Apple iPhone X: Report

BEIJING: Struggling to meet the demand after production delays, Apple supplier Foxconn has reportedly employed thousands of students to assemble iPhone X who are being forced to work overtime, media reported.

Vivo V7 with 24MP selfie camera in India at Rs 18,990

NEW DELHI:  After a successful run of its selfie-focused flagship smartphone V7+ in India, Chinese smartphone maker Vivo on Monday launched V7 with 24MP selfie and 16MP rear camera for Rs 18,990.

Royal Enfield unveils Interceptor, Continental GT 650 in India

PANAJI: The Royal Enfield on Sunday unveiled its much awaited Interceptor GT 650 and Continental GT 650 in front of hundreds of bike enthusiasts at its annual rider mania here.

Twitter to remove verification badge if users flout rules

SAN RANCISCO: Twitter has announced to remove verification badges from users who violate its rules, adding that the micro-blogging platform is reworking on its entire verification system.

Google Pixel 2 XL now available in India

NEW DELHI: Google made its flagship smartphone "Pixel 2 XL" available in India on Wednesday in two variants -- 64GB model for Rs 73,000 and 128GB variant for Rs 82,000.

Facebook to support new political ad rules in US

SAN FRANCISCO: Facing scrutiny over the presence of Russian ads on its platform during the 2016 US presidential poll, Facebook has agreed to support new limited federal rules on online political ads.

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