Google Google+ may be a punchline in the social-network world, but there’s something seriously wrong with it. For the second time in as many months, Google has announced that Google+ has been hit with another data leak, and this one is way worse than the last. According to a blog post, some 52.5 million users
inShare “The magic of Christmas upgraded”, created by Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO, features a series of traditional depictions of period Christmas celebrations, but with all sorts of contemporary technology popping up, from a street vendor selling chestnuts roasted in an AEG steam oven, to an old miser exasperated by the snoring of his wife, who
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has reportedly asked social media platforms to use Microsoft’s PhotoDNA for investigation into regular criminal cases. PhotoDNA, as its name suggests, creates a digital signature of an image to help detect duplicate images. Launched back in 2009, the technology has so far been quite renowned for preventing child exploitation.
Amid concerns over Central government’s powers to snoop into computers, the Electronics and IT Ministry has come out with draft IT rules focused on social media platforms. “The instances of misuse of social media by criminals and anti-national elements have brought new challenges to the ‘Law Enforcement Agencies’ (LEA),” the ministry said in a statement.
Samsung Galaxy J6 ₹ 10,915 is now receiving a software update that enables auto brightness by using the selfie camera. This new software update will help the Galaxy J6 to use the selfie camera to gauge ambient light and set the screen brightness accordingly. Users of this smartphone had to change screen brightness manually till
Police said they calmed the girl and told her they were there to help her (Representational) Sharjah: A 20-year-old Indian girl in Sharjah, upset over comments mocking her picture on social media, planned to commit suicide and livestream it, but was saved in time by the police. According to a Khaleej Times report on Saturday,