Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Google, Microsoft team up to crack down on internet piracy

CALIFORNIA: Search engine giant Google and Microsoft Corporation, which uses Bing search engine, have agreed to a new code of conduct designed to demote such websites that stream or host pirated material. The

Facebook can save the world: Mark Zuckerberg says in a 6000-word-long letter

CALIFORNIA: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday posted a 6000-word letter on how he believes that Facebook can help save the world by building a global community.  "I know a lot of us are thinking

Samsung Chief Jay Y Lee arrested for his alleged role in South Korea corruption scandal

SEOUL: Samsung Group Chief Jay Y Lee was arrested early on Friday for his alleged role in a corruption scandal that led to the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye, a decision that is being reviewed

Twitter now limits tweet reach for users who abuse online

CALIFORNIA: Social networking app Twitter has decided to punish people using foul words or slang language in their tweets by limiting their account's reach. The company said in a blogpost that if a user

7-year-old UK girl asks for Google job, Sundar Pichai tells her to finish school

CALIFORNIA: Chloe Bridgewater, a seven-year-old girl from UK has her eyes on Google, the dream company for many. The girl has written a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai asking for a job but she wasn’t

Facebook launches app for watching its videos on TV

CALIFORNIA: Social networking app Facebook Inc is launching an app for smart TVs that will help the users enjoy its videos on a bigger screen. “The app will roll out soon from app stores for Apple TV,

China says planning to launch first cargo spacecraft in April

BEIJING: Chinese authorities on Tuesday said that Beijing was planning to launch its first cargo spacecraft in April, taking a step towards its goal of establishing a permanently manned space station by

Search engines to ban downloading sites

CALIFORNIA: Top search engine giants have finally decided to ban the downloading sites including torrent aggregators. According to a new report from TorrentFreak, Google, Yahoo and Bing executives met

“It’s not a policy we support,” says Apple CEO on Trump’s travel ban

WASHINGTON: Apple CEO Tim Cook also came in support of Muslims and criticized US President Donald Trump’s executive order on travel ban. During a speech at a Scottish university, where he was honored

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