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Apple Rapped by China Consumer Group After ID Thefts

A Chinese consumer body has criticised iPhone maker Apple over a recent data security issue which impacted a number of consumers in China who said they had suffered financial losses after having

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Caroline Wozniacki Signs Deal to Launch Her Own Crypto Token, Michael Owen Could Be Next

Tennis ace Caroline Wozniacki signed a deal with a Singaporean company to launch her own crypto token on Thursday, with the firm saying it hoped ex-soccer star Michael Owen or

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Google Appeals Record EUR 4.3 Billion EU Fine Over Android

Google on Tuesday appealed the biggest ever anti-trust fine by the EU, which imposed an EUR 4.34 billion ($5 billion or roughly Rs. 37,100 crores) penalty on the US tech giant for

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Jio GigaFiber Launch: Vodafone’s You BroadBand Offers 4 Months Free Subscription to Existing Users

To take on Jio GigaFiber, Vodafone owned You Broadband has announced up to four months of free subscription to existing users. The company has announced that all users who upgrade their validity till

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BSNL FTTH Broadband Plans Refreshed to Offer Up to 3.5TB Data at 100Mbps

Soon after Jio GigaFiber registrations went live last month, BSNL has stepped up the game with a new revision to its FTTH broadband lineup. The state-owned telecom operator is said to have refreshed six of its

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Hacker Charged for WannaCry Attack Does Not Exist

The North Korean Foreign Affairs Ministry has claimed that a hacker allegedly responsible for debilitating cyber-attacks against Sony and the global WannaCry ransomware outbreak does not exist, media reported. The

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Man Who Tried Sell Fake TripAdvisor Reviews Is Headed to Prison in ‘Landmark’ Italian Ruling

An Italian court sentenced a prolific TripAdvisor fake reviewer to prison for nine months in what the company called one of the first cases of review fraud leading to a criminal conviction. TripAdvisor

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Google Cloud AI Chief Fei-Fei Li to Be Replaced by Andrew Moore

Google Cloud has announced Andrew Moore, dean of Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science, would head its artificial intelligence (AI) efforts in the future. Moore takes over the role

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Facebook Messenger’s PM director Martinazzi leaves after launching Day

Completing almost 8 years at Facebook, Director of Product Management Peter Martinazzi has left the company. His last product, Messenger Day, shipped on Thursday. A Facebook “OG”, Martinazzi was well-liked

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Twitter Cracks Down on Cyber Hate

Twitter on Tuesday suspended the account of Richard Spencer, one of the leading voices of the alt-right movement, amid a wider crackdown on hate speech and cyberbullying. It also expanded

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