Global IT spending to grow 3.2% in 2019: Gartner

SAN FRANCISCO:  Driven by increased Cloud adoption, worldwide IT spending is projected to total $3.8 trillion in 2019, an increase of 3.2 per cent from expected spending of $3.7 trillion in 2018, according to the latest forecast by market research firm Gartner.

Samsung launches flagship Galaxy Tab S4 for Rs 57,900 in India

Gurugram: Samsung on Thursday launched in India its flagship tablet, Galaxy Tab S4, a new two-in-one Android tablet that comes equipped with Samsung Dex and S Pen for Rs 57,900.

Pre-order iPhone XR in India from Friday

New Delhi: Apple's cheapest iPhone XR will go on sale in India from Friday, starting from Rs 76,900.

Twitter to show users when a bad tweet is taken down

San Francisco: Twitter will now highlight when it takes an action on a bad tweet - making its over 330 million users understand that the tweet was forcibly taken down and not deleted by its user owing to public outrage.

WhatsApp working on linked accounts, vacation mode features

San Francisco: WhatsApp is reportedly working out on three new features, including linking your account to Instagram, in order to improve its chat and notifications for its over 1.5 billion users.

Apple's new privacy portal shows what user data it keeps

San Francisco: As part of its annual privacy upgrades, Apple has introduced a new portal that lets users see what personal data the company has kept on them, the media reported.

Apple granted second patent for its foldable smartphone

San Francisco: A second patent has been granted to Apple regarding the additions the company intends to incorporate in its originally planned foldable device.

LinkedIn partners with Oracle to help HR teams attract right talent

New Delhi: Cloud major Oracle on Wednesday said it entered into a partnership with professional networking platform LinkedIn to help HR teams attract, engage and retain employees.

Facebook likely to launch camera-equipped hardware for TVs

SAN FRANCISCO:  Social networking giant Facebook is developing a camera-equipped set-top box for TVs that would support functionalities like video-calling, a media report said.

Google may charge device makers for its Android apps in Europe

SAN FRANCISCO:  In its bid to comply with the decision of European Union's anti-trust watchdog's decision against Android, Google is updating the compatibility agreements with mobile device makers and may ask them to pay a fee for Google Play and other its other Android apps used in Europe.

Vodafone happy cards with RFID technology & Mysuru police keep children protected at Mysuru Dasara

Mysuru: Vodafone Idea is conducting a first of its kind initiative in association with the Mysuru City Police Department, to ensure a safe and worry-free Navaratri festival for tourists visiting the Mysuru Palace during Dasara 2018. In line with Vodafone Idea’s long-term commitment to achieve the highest standards of health, safety and well-being in and around the communities that it operates, all children under 14 years of age are being protected with Vodafone Happy Cards (RFID radio-frequency identification) tags that are hung on their neck at any of the three entry points to the Mysuru Palace, ensuring their movements and location remain tracked till the time they return to the entry/exit point. This initiative is being done to help prevent incidents of children getting lost during the annual Mysuru Dasara festivities which sees the influx of tens of lakhs of visitors to the city. 

BSNL-Nokia sign MoU for Industry 4.0

Chennai: Public sector telecom operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has signed a MoU with telecom equipment maker Nokia Solutions and Networks India Pvt Ltd for Industry 4.0, an official said on Tuesday.

68% people in India faced tech support scams in past year: Microsoft survey

NEW DELHI:  Keeping with the global trend, 68 per cent people in India have experienced tech support scams in the past year and some of them (14 per cent) have even lost money, a Microsoft survey said on Tuesday.

Global software firm WANdisco set to expand India operations

NEW DELHI: At a time when India is going through a deep digital transformation, riding on a mobile-first population, global public software company WANdisco is all set to expand its operations and increase the headcount in the country.

'Honor 8X' smartphone now in India Nokia, BSNL partner to create 5G ecosystem in India Samsung India set to launch Galaxy Tab S4 this week for Rs 60,000 Google celebrates tabla maestro Lachhu Maharaj Apple's cheaper iPhone XR to generate more revenue: Analyst Employees urge Microsoft not to bid for US military project: Report Google Pixel cameras to have external microphones support Google Pixel apps to have external microphones Twitter under Irish investigation over data collection Connect Broadband declares champions of “Dil Da Connection” Samsung's foldable smartphone could work like tablet PCB, RFID maker Syrma Technology to expand capacitY Apple's iOS 12.0.1 software update causing new issues: Report Facebook may soon bring 'Unsend' feature on Messenger Connect Net Champs Edition 2: Intra-School Competition staged a session on Cyber Security at Planet –E School , Khanna India's networking market grows 5.5% during Q2: IDC Twitter will now take all emojis as equal characters in word count Facebook to allow up to 250 people on group chat Facebook kills over 800 accounts related to US mid-term polls Samsung unveils Galaxy A9 with 4-rear camera, in India next month Nokia 3.1 Plus, reloaded 8110 now in India Bose refreshes smart speaker, soundbar categories in India Microsoft ends 'Minecraft' game for Apple TV Microsoft wants Linux to stay, joins Open Invention Network Global PC shipments hit 67.2 mn units in Q3, Lenovo leads US-based Plantronics unveils new line-up of headsets in India OPPO F9 Pro: It's more about innovative design Microsoft fixes bug, re-releasing Windows 10 October update itel celebrates 4 Crore + Consumers in India; Launches Mega Festive Bonanza Offer and its New Campaign Christened ‘Har Dhoom Dhaam mein itel Ka Naam’ WhatsApp likely to put ads in 'Status' feature for Android
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