Saturday, June 24, 2017

Gmail decides to increase attachment size from 25MB to 50MB

CALIFORNIA: Search engine giant Google, which has been quite heavy-handed regarding attachment sizes on its email feature Gmail, has decided to increase the attachment size from 25Mb to 50MB. While recognising

E-Commerce sector doubling every year: Finance Minister Dar

LAIBA BABAR ISLAMABAD:  Finance Minister Senator Muhammad Ishaq Dar on Friday has pointed out that E-Commerce Sector was doubling in size every year and was projected to transcend US $1 billion in 2020. Talking

4-Hour-Long-Outage at Amazon Web Service Disrupts Sites!

SANA MAHMOOD KARACHI:  Though the four-hour-long outage at Amazon Web Service (AWS)’s Cloud Computing Division did not actually smash the internet out-and-out, it did cause widespread alarm on Tuesday

Nokia ‘relaunches’ iconic 3310, this time with new design and specifications

SPAIN: It was September 1, 2000, when Nokia announced 3310, a GSM mobile phone which replaced the popular Nokia 3210. It sold very well, being one of the most successful phones with 126 million units

Facebook will now put ads in your live videos!

CALIFORNIA: Facebook has decided to interrupt your live videos by 20-second ads as the social media giant has decided to make money from all the live videos it shares on its network. According to a report, the

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


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