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| 11 August, 2020, 09:44 AM IST | E-Paper
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    Twitter updates Apple TV app, adds support for live 360 degree videos

    Users can use 'Siri' remote to move around a 360 degree video to view its content from different angles.

    Nirmala Sitharaman meets private banks, NBFCs to ensure smooth roll out of ECLGS

    The meeting also included secretary of financial services, Debasish Panda and representatives of Small Industries Development Bank of India, according to a tweet by the department of financial services. It highlighted the government’s commitment to help micro, small and medium enterprises by ensuring uninterrupted supply of liquidity during these difficult times, the finance ministry tweeted.

    Conspiracy theorists link Covid-19 with 5G, Twitter blocks tweets calling for destruction of wireless infrastructure

    The move follows social media calls that have resulted in attacks on 5G towers.

    Xiaomi India MD Manu Jain bonds with Arvind Kejriwal, gifts him a Redmi Note 5

    Jain also posted a tweet admiring Kejriwal's leadership skills.

    No time for negativity in my life: Shikhar Dhawan

    Dhawan, one half of world’s most formidable limited overs opening pair, has always performed well in marquee events.

    Twitter takes a leaf out of Instagram's book, launches 'Happening Now'

    The new feature is similar to Twitter Moments, which showcases images and videos.

    New-age popularity hack: 'How I got more Twitter followers with just Rs 455'

    One online transaction, and boom, my three-day-old account posting bland missives on interior design had 1,015 followers.

    Feeling stressed? Put your smartphone down

    The attachment to devices and the constant use of technology is associated with higher stress levels, researchers found.

    23 million active Twitter users are actually bots

    Twitter states As many as 23 million of Twitter's 271 million monthly active users are bots without any discernible additional user-initiated action.

    Twitter wants to hire more women, but only 1% more in the next year

    Twitter trumpeted its commitment to a diverse workforce in a report. But the company's new goal for gender diversity doesn't raise the bar very high.

    Launch Pad: Casio G-Shock GB-5600AB

    This is Casio's first G-Shock with built-in Bluetooth and it works with an iPhone 4S/5 (iOS 5.1 and above) to notify you about incoming calls.

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi relies on social media to spread the word

    From a revamped PMO website and Twitter updates, the government has pulled out all stops to adopt a more modern approach.

    Now, an iPad App for David Cameron

    Experts are considering developing a bespoke iPad app that would deliver key data straight to PM David Cameron's tablet.

    Manish Pandey included in 14-man squad to face West Indies in T20I

    Pandey’s first taste of the big stage came in 2008 when he was a part of the India Under-19 team that won the World Cup under Virat Kohli.

    RIM says 'core switch failure' in its private network was responsible for the collapse of BlackBerry services

    Online users expressed frustrations on the failures of their respective mobile phone companies' to answer customer queries on this issue.

    Twitter's ZipDial acquisition signals microblog's growing appetite for big India play

    Twitter's acquisition of ZipDial for an estimated Rs 215 crore is seen signalling the microblog's growing ambition in India.

    Today's generation can't live without mobiles, emails

    For the study, an international team of researchers asked volunteers to stay away from all emails, text messages, 'Facebook' and 'Twitter' updates for 24 hours.

    Twitter offers various features that are still unknown to many

    Twitter now offers features that are unknown to many. These tips combined with a few easy hacks and cross-platform apps will show you Twitter in an entirely new light.

    Sony adds chique to the geek on the Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini

    Android phones are quite complicated. The different versions (Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo) denote what kind of dessert you’re being treated to at the Android app buffet.

    Find the search helpers that work just for you

    Tap these services, which promise to read your mind and accordingly customize the information that you get.

    IT firms Wipro, HCL look beyond software development for outsourcing

    Projects ranging from tracking heart beats of patients to designing consumer products & developing marketing campaigns mark the beginning of a shift.

    Social media: A live action

    Using social media is not just about an online presence but giving users an experience.

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