Alternative ending to 'Titanic' resurfaces on the Internet. Twitter says 'nope'
The 1997 film starred Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio in the lead roles.
Facebook India calls for global internet rules to increase trust in tech
The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated digitisation but also deepened...
Myanmar rattled by army movements, apparent internet cutoff
There was no official word about why armoured personnel carriers traversed the streets of Yangon in broad daylight Sunday, making their way through busy traffic. As night fell, there were videos and other reports on social media of the movement of trucks packed with soldiers, and in the central city of Mandalay as well.
Vodafone Idea beats Jio & Airtel in fastest internet speed in Oct-Dec last year
This result comes at a time when the main battle for customers is being played out between the three private telcos on 4G networks. The faster speed will also ensure high tariff customers, specially postpaid ones remain on Vi.
View: Digital transformation has reformed the ‘traditional’ industries to smart industries
The way countries handle foreign policy will change irreversibly in the future due to digital transformation.
Internet access restored as Myanmar coup protests grow
Separate protests that began in various parts of Yangon converged at Sule Pagoda, situated in the center of a roundabout in the city's downtown area. Protesters chanted "Long live Mother Suu" and "Down with military dictatorship."
India's internet startups on cusp of listing: Report
E-commerce is the largest opportunity, worth an estimated $67 billion by 2025, the report said. It was worth $31 billion in 2019 after expanding at an impressive five-year CAGR of 39%.
India can now create Aatmanirbhar secured internet
The DoT had released the first and second roadmap to roll out IPv6 addresses in the country in 2010 and 2012 which can grant several trillions of unique internet addresses unlike the old regime of IPv4 which has limit of 3 billion IP addresses.
Eco Survey: Affordable rates to drive Internet adoption
“The telecom sector has been recognised all over the world as a powerful tool for development and poverty reduction and efforts are being made to address the digital divide by extending inclusive internet access to every Indian citizen,” the Survey said.
Internet services return to normal in Delhi-NCR
The directive was issued after thousands of farmers protesting against the new farm laws diverted their tractor processions from agreed routes, leading to clashes with the police, said officials.
Mobile internet: Cuba's new revolution
Up until December 2018, when mobile internet first arrived, Cubans wishing to use the internet had to find one of several dozen Wi-Fi hotspots in public parks or squares, and pay dearly for an unreliable connection. And even that initial access only became possible in 2015.
IMC2020: Facebook says India is at an inflection point, to invest in people, technology, partnerships
The company has recently invested Rs 43,574 crore in Jio Platforms for a 9.99% stake at a time when data consumption has expanded propelled by cheap tariff plans.
BSNL starts satellite-based internet of things device service
According to a BSNL official, the device developed by Skylo will be provided only through the state-run firm at a price of around Rs 10,000 a unit. The square-shaped device can be carried by users across any part of the country and connect with their smartphones for two-way communication.