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Why Facebook is using Ray-Ban to stake a claim on our faces

Facebook’s View app “promises to be a safe space,” according to one review, but uploading data through the View app to other Facebook apps makes...

How to use Facebook Workrooms, the ‘virtual office’ within Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘metaverse’

August 31, 2021 5 min read This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. Opinions...

Time right for next set of technology giants to be born in India: Pawan Munjal

Time is now right to show to the world that the next set of technology giants will be born in India, with the largest digitally-connected...

Digital taxation proposal: Why it’s complicated and not good for India

The July 1 proposal by the OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) for digital taxation isn’t good news for India, or for countries of...

How Big Tech is faring against US lawsuits and probes

Big Tech platforms Facebook Inc and Google have been hit with a series of antitrust lawsuits by the U.S. federal government and states on charges...

Now invest in US stocks  like  Google, Facebook via  NSE

Soon, you will be able to buy stocks of select US companies through the National Stock Exchange’s (NSE’s) International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) platform in...

Apple to Roll Out Child Abuse Photo-Check System on Country-by-Country Basis; WhatsApp Chief Criticises Move

Apple will roll out a system for checking photos for child abuse imagery on a country-by-country basis, depending on local laws, the company said on...

Facebook shuts out NYU academics’ research on political ads

Facebook has shut down the personal accounts of a pair of New York University researchers and shuttered their investigation into misinformation spread through political ads...

Only time will tell what I do next: Babul Supriyo after announcing decision to quit politics

A day after kicking off a political storm over his announcement to quit politics over Facebook, former Union minister and BJP leader Babul Supriyo on...

Reliance | Zomato: Reliance has been stagnating but has a huge runaway: Ajay Bagga

What should one do with Zomato? Watch your risk appetite. We do not know who is the next Amazon or the next Alphabet. It could...

Gardening Group Has A ‘Hoe’ Lotta Problems With Facebook’s Algorithms

Moderating a Facebook gardening group in western New York is not without challenges. There are complaints of wooly bugs, inclement weather and the novice members...

‘Facebook isn’t killing people,’ Biden says as he walks back attack over vaccine lies

U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the economy from the White House in Washington, U.S. July 19, 2021. Jonathan Ernst | Reuters President Joe...

‘They’re killing people’: Biden denounces social media for virus disinformation

President Joe Biden unleashed his growing frustration with social media on Friday, saying that platforms like Facebook were “killing people” by allowing disinformation about the...

Big Tech Antitrust: How Google, Facebook and Others Are Faring Against US Lawsuits and Probes

Big Tech platforms Alphabet’s Google and Facebook were hit with a series of antitrust lawsuits by the US federal government and states on charges they...

The 10 Most Searched Stocks on MarketBeat in June 2021

Rankings are calculated based on the number of new MarketBeat users that have added a given stock to their watchlist in the last 30 days...

View: The assault on our privacy is being conducted in private

“You have zero privacy anyway,” Scott McNealy, the chief executive of Sun Microsystems, infamously declared more than 20 years ago. “Get over it.” Well, you...

These Nine Android Apps May Have Stolen Your Facebook Password

Photo: Lionel Bonaventure (Getty Images) Google has kicked nine Android apps with more than 5.8 million combined downloads off its Play Store after researchers discovered...

White House Order Said to Push Antitrust Enforcement Throughout US Economy

The White House is working on an antitrust executive order that aims to push government agencies to consider how their decisions will impact competition in...

India strongly rejects criticism of new IT rules by UN special rapporteurs

India has dismissed criticism of its new IT rules relating to social media by three UN special rapporteurs on rights issues, saying the country’s democratic...

Big Tech in Focus Next Week as US House Panel Votes on New Antitrust Bills

The US House Judiciary Committee will vote next week on a package of recently introduced antitrust bills including several targeting the market power of Big Tech,...

Cuup intimates are seriously worth the splurge

CNN —   Throughout quarantine, some of us saw no need to wear a bra since we were spending so much time inside, but now...

Apple Pays Millions to Student After Explicit Photos Leak on Facebook During Repair

Apple had to pay millions of dollars in settlement to a student after her explicit photos and videos were uploaded online by repair technicians, newly...

A G-7 Deal on a Global Minimum Tax for Companies Faces Hurdles

An agreement by wealthy countries to impose minimum taxes on multinational companies faces a rocky path to implementation, with many governments likely to wait and...

Uber, Facebook, Instagram and other apps that are slowly killing your smartphone

A recent study analyzed 100 of the most popular apps to determine which ones are the most demanding on a smartphone’s battery and memory. They...

View: How ‘woke’ folks are out to tarnish government’s image

Over the past 50 days, India has been relentlessly hauled over the coals. Its national image and the reputation of its government has been battered....