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    Apple to donate to mark Earth Day

    San Francisco: In its mission to create a healthier planet through innovation, Apple on Friday announced a donation programme and debuted a disassembly robot “Daisy” as a part of its ongoing recycling effort. Ahead of Earth Day — which would be celebrated on April 22 — Apple said that for every device received at its stores and apple.com through the “Apple GiveBack” programme till April 30, the company would make a donation

  • Less data requests from cops says Microsoft

    San Francisco: Microsoft received 22,939 legal requests for customer information from law enforcement agencies during the second half of 2017, which is a slight decrease from the previous six-month period, the company has said. In its biannual digital trust report released late on Thursday, Microsoft said that a majority of the law enforcement demands continued to come from a handful of countries, including the US, the UK, France, and Germany.

  • Does Reseller Hosting Make Business Sense?

    With the world moving towards web space, online presence for businesses has become a necessity. This has had a ripple effect, which necessitates every company to have a web presence. It is a no-brainer that the easiest way of having an online presence is to have a website.

  • Twitter crashes down; ‘something is technically wrong’ message pops up

    Social Media site Twitter is down from some time, users across world are being shown unhappy robot on their computer screens. ‘Something is technically wrong.Thanks for noticing—we’re going to fix it up and have things back to normal soon’, this message pops up after you open the Twitter site.

  • Microsoft unveils new security tools for IoT, edge devices

    San Francisco: To help enterprises secure their data and networks against growing cyber attacks, Microsoft has announced new intelligent security tools and technologies for Internet of Things (IoT) and edge devices.

  • WhatsApp new feature! Now, you can download deleted media files again

    In yet another function set up by WhatsApp, it has introduced a new feature to its Android version. This new feature joins other new features rolled out by the messaging platform owned by Facebook. The new features are aimed at offering an earlier and more intuitive experience to the users. According to WABetaInfo, the Android version of the app lets you re-download deleted media files.

  • Facebook to reward people reporting data abuse

    San Francisco: Facebook has launched a “Data Abuse Bounty” programme to reward people who report any misuse of data by app developers. “We committed to launching this programme a few weeks ago as part of our efforts to more quickly uncover potential abuse of people’s information,” Collin Greene, Head of Product Security, wrote in a blog post, late on Tuesday.