US Democratic Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, in an effort to understand how Google search algorithms work, asked its CEO Sundar Pichai why so many pictures of President Donald Trump appear when she does a Google search for “idiot”.
Twitter’s chief executive Jack Dorsey, who faces a lawsuit for hurting Hindu sentiments during his visit to India in November, now faces criticism for promoting Myanmar as a tourist destination despite widespread allegations of human rights abuses in the country.
Facing flak for the misuse of its platform, WhatsApp on Monday launched its first-ever TV campaign in India as part of its efforts to address the challenge of misinformation and pernicious rumours.
Alphabet Inc’s Google in May introduced a slick feature for Gmail that automatically completes sentences for users as they type. Tap out “I love” and Gmail might propose “you” or “it.” But users are out of luck if the object of their affection is “him” or “her.”
OnePlus 6T is here. The new smartphone brings a number of new features, ranging from a new screen design to the latest OxygenOS (based on Android Pie). But in terms of sheer specifications, it’s not really a big update over the predecessor, OnePlus 6.
Facebook on Friday said it is investigating the full extent of its major data security breach that affected almost 50 million accounts on its platform. The latest breach allowed hackers to gain control of accounts by exploiting vulnerabilities in accessing tokens, equivalent of digital keys which keeps the app logged in the background. Facebook has…
India’s Infibeam Avenues Ltd. lost 71 percent of its market value on a single day after a WhatsApp message circulating among traders raised concerns about the e-commerce company’s accounting practices.
The iOS 12 is one of the most awaited updates for Apple users. It offers tremendous improvements in performance, even on older devices, and adds a host of new value-added features. Moreover, it gets rid of the several nasty bugs that plagued iOS 11 and affected the user experience with each update. At the keynote,…
While legitimate apps like Tokenfire and Swagbucks buy card codes from vendors, to then give them to clients as a reward for certain activities, criminals have apparently recognised the popularity of such websites and have decided to deceive users using a simple algorithm.
The government ban on about 30 TV channels in Kashmir was challenged before State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) on Tuesday. In the petition filed before SHRC, the ban was called as “interference in religion and an unconstitutional step”.