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.
Twitter removed more than 143,000 apps between April and June which violated its policies, the company has announced, saying it is further investing in building improved tools and processes to stop malicious apps faster.
Google has announced it is working with several partners like Cisco and Genesys to build Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology that will replace some of the work in call centres.
In the last few years, the war for supremacy in the Indian e-commerce space has turned into a two-sided battle between the nation’s home-grown ‘Flipkart’ and Jeff Bezos’ giant ‘Amazon’. The two companies have gone head to head over the last few years – conducting flagship sales on same dates on every possible occasion. Only,…
Mozilla, the maker of Open Source browser Firefox, is reportedly working on a new Internet browser “Fenix” for the Android operating system (OS). The new app is expected to target a younger, tech-savvy audience, Android Headlines reported on Sunday.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which is banking on social media to amplify party’s ‘achievements’ and gain lost ground in J&K ahead of Lok Sabha elections, has its own state leaders lag far behind, failing to make an impact on the social networking sites.
Despite assuring users to “remain confident that Google will keep privacy and security paramount”, the search giant is still reportedly allowing third-party app developers scan through Gmail accounts, the Wall Street Journal has claimed.
The Defence Ministry’s official website was hacked on Friday while nine other government sites, including that of the Home Ministry, also crashed in no time. But the government said it was all due to a “process of technical upgradation”.
Cambridge Analytica, the firm at the centre of Facebook users’ data breach scandal, has sought one more week to respond to government’s notice on whether it was involved in misuse of data to profile Indians and influence their voting behaviour.
The government today issued notice to Cambridge Analytica — the firm at the centre of Facebook users’ data breach — seeking its response by March 31 on whether it was involved in misuse of data to profile Indians and influence their voting behaviour.