updated 12:02 PM UTC, May 24, 2017

How Facebook Reacted At Its Annual Conference To The Facebook Live Murder

Thursday, 20 April 2017 11:41
SAN JOSE, CALIF.: Three days after a man broadcast himself committing murder on Facebook, the social platform was all about playfulness again. At the company's annual developer's conference, held in nondescript conference center in downtown San Jose this week, Facebook…

Authorities Say Have Found The Killer Of Google Employee

Authorities have arrested a man suspected of killing Vanessa Marcotte, a 27-year-old Google employee who went out for a jog one afternoon and never came back. Angelo Colon-Ortiz, 31, has been charged with aggravated assault and battery and assault with…

Withings launches wireless BP monitor in India

New Delhi: Taking home health monitoring to a whole new level, French consumer electronics company Withings has announced the launch of a wireless blood pressure monitor for the Indian market.Sleek in design, the device features Bluetooth connectivity and Android compatibility,…

Xiaomi unveils smart home cleaning robot

Beijing: Chinese multinational company Xiaomi on Wednesday unveiled Mi Robot Vacuum which is equipped with 12 sensors and a host of advanced features to clean homes in a smart and efficient way.Developed by Mi Ecosystem company Rockrobo, the robot features…

New iPad game could help identify children with autism

London: Children with autism can be identified simply by tracking their hand movements while playing a game on an iPad, suggests new research."This is potentially a major breakthrough for early identification of autism, because no stressful and expensive tests by…

Zuckerberg visits Nigeria, Facebook's largest African market

Wednesday, 31 August 2016 12:27
Abuja (Nigeria): After visiting Rome where he met the Pope, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has reached Nigeria, which is the social networking giant's largest African market.With 16 million people visiting the social media platform monthly, Nigeria remains Facebook's…

Data tariff ain't cheap in India, scope for 75% cut: Study

New Delh: If you thought data tariff in India offered by telecom service providers was cheap, a top global consulting firm focused on digital media not only says it is pretty steep even by developed nations' standards, but also calls…
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