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Google says Android 10 has been downloaded faster than any version in its history, hitting 100 million devices in

Oracle Autonomous Database now available in customer datacenters

Building on the success of Oracle's Exadata [email protected] service over the last three years, Oracle announced the availability of

Google officially confirms its Nest smart speaker

Google has been rumoured of working on a new Nest smart speaker. This would be an upgrade over the

Microsoft Teams' new feature will make virtual meetings seem real

Global lockdowns and working from home have changed the way the world interacts in the workplace. And while there

Technology detects eating in real time to prevent obesity

NeckSense, a new technology, can detect in the real world when people are eating, how fast they chew, how

Apple updates coding programs and resources for educators and students

Apple has announced a new set of tools that will help educators teach coding to students right from grade

Microsoft launches KDP to prevent data corruption

Cyber attackers are changing their methods of corrupting data in order to guide system security policy, increase privileges, and

Eyes on the stars: UAE's Mars probe a first for the Arab world

The oil-rich United Arab Emirates has built a nuclear power programme and sent a man to space, and now

Russia plans to take first tourist on space walk in 2023

Russia's Energia space corporation said Thursday it will take the first tourist on a space walk in 2023, under

Walton IPO with high EPS in capital market

Walton Hi-Tech Industries (WHIL) is going to be listed in the capital market with a very high Earnings Per

Google to pay some publishers for content

Alphabet's Google on Thursday took a step towards resolving its spat with publishers, saying it would pay some media

Viber cuts business ties with Facebook

Rakuten Viber, one of the world's leading messaging apps for free and secure communication, has cut all business ties

Microsoft is closing all of its retail stores for good

As other retailers begin the slow, cautious move to reopen, Microsoft has announced that will be permanently shutting down

WhatsApp brings back camera shortcut in new beta update

WhatsApp introduced the Messenger Rooms shortcut recently on its beta app. To do this, WhatsApp replaced the camera icon

Tech Tent: Apple says goodbye to Intel

It was billed as one of the most significant changes in Apple's direction for 20 years. But on this

Google redesigns Photos app

About five years after launching the Photos app to organize pictures and videos, Google has set out to redesign

More US companies join Fb ad boycott bandwagon

A handful of U.S. companies have pulled advertising from Facebook Inc in support of a campaign that called out

Huawei launches Ascend Partner Program in Asia Pacific

 Global leading ICT provider Huawei launched its Asia Pacific Partner Ascend Program in a virtual summit on Thursday.

COVID-19: Conspiracy theories spread thru' YouTube, FB: Studay

 Several conspiracy theories have emerged around the spread of the coronavirus which has created havoc around the world. Some

YouTube unveils tools to make video ads more shoppable

 Google has introduced new direct response tools on YouTube that make video more shoppable, use automation to drive conversions,

Facebook acquires crowdsourced mapping company Mapillary

 Facebook Inc on Thursday acquired Swedish mapping technology company Mapillary, which collects images from tens of thousands of contributors

Vivo Y50 launched in Bangladesh

 Vivo, the innovative global smartphone brand, launched its new five-camera smartphone 'Vivo Y50' in Bangladesh. After creating a huge

Microsoft acquires data modeling firm ADRM Software

Microsoft has acquired ADRM Software, a leading provider of large-scale industry data models, which are used by large companies

Fb pulls Trump ads which used Nazi symbol

 Facebook on Thursday removed ads by President Donald Trump's campaign containing a symbol used by Nazi Germany, the latest

Twitter tests new voice tweeting feature

 Twitter Inc said on Wednesday it is testing a new feature that will allow users to tweet using their

Twitter removes more than 170,000 pro-China accounts

Twitter has removed more than 170,000 accounts it says were tied to an operation to spread pro-China messages.Some of

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