Saturday, July 22, 2017

Google set to undergo the first radical change since its inception

SANA MAHMOOD Google has proclaimed that in a couple of weeks it's users will see cards with things like sports highlights, top news, engaging videos, new music, stories to read and more. Feed will not

Karachi’s Benazir Bhutto Park to get Wi-Fi free

KARACHI: Karachi’s Benazir Bhutto Park is likely to get filled with hundreds of thousands of people as the Sindh government is planning to make it a ‘free Wi-Fi’ zone for visitors. The provincial

With WhatsApp’s new update, YouTube videos could be easily watched within the app

CALIFORNIA: The upcoming WhatsApp update includes a hidden feature that allows users to watch YouTube videos shared by their contacts. “The

End of an era: ESEA shuts down Counter Strike 1.6’s all servers

CALIFORNIA: The most famous game of all time Counter Strike has been declared ‘officially dead’ after the E-Sports Entertainment Association League (ESEA) announced that CS 1.6’s last servers have

New accounts should be verified through mobile numbers: Pakistan asks Facebook

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has asked social networking giant Facebook to allow users to create new accounts only after mobile verification in an attempt to overcome the issue

Nisar meets FB Vice President, demands action against blasphemous content

ISLAMABAD: Facebook Vice President Joel Kaplan today called on Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan here to discuss removal of blasphemous content on the social networking site. During the meeting,

Samsung ‘reuses’ Galaxy Note 7 parts for new phone

SEOUL: Samsung is reusing the parts of its Galaxy Note 7 to make a new phone, a company spokesperson said. The Galaxy Note 7 was axed after a battery fault led to some devices catching fire. “The handset

No laptop ban on passengers travelling via Etihad airlines: US

WASHINGTON: The United States Department of Homeland Security has announced that it has lifted a ban on passengers taking laptops and tablet computers on Etihad Airways flights. The announcement comes

Germany imposes 50m euro fine for illegal social media content

BERLIN: Social media companies in Germany face fines of up to 50m euros ($57.1; £43.9m) if they fail to remove "obviously illegal" content in time. From October, Facebook, YouTube, and other sites with


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