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Why Google faces a $5 billion class action lawsuit
The $5 billion class action suit alleges that the tech giant and its parent Alphabet Inc collect user's data by tracking his activity on the web even in the private mode through apps and website plug-ins, a Reuters report said.
Google tweaks privacy settings to keep less user data
The change comes after Google added new controls last year that allow users to effectiv...
How Google wants to improve privacy: One-tap access to your account, extending incognito mode to Search and Maps
The search giant is continui...
Going incognito: Hide footsteps on Google Maps, auto-delete YouTube history, erase audio from Assistant interactions
On America's National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the tech giant wants to help users understand privacy better.
Incognito browsing isn't really 'private': 15 such gadget myths busted
We tell you 15 reasons why you shouldn't believe everything you need on the internet.
Canon EOS M3 review: Good for someone who wants to stay incognito while shooting
A DSLR will be bigger, heavier, and more satisfying for the serious photographer while the M3 is lighter and portable.
Take user privacy seriously, don't collect data without consent: Xiaomi
Xiaomi India Managing Director said that the company does not collect any user data that the user has not explicitly given permission or consent to. He added that in the browser's incognito mode, all user data is completely encrypted and anonymised. He also pointed out that all Mi Browser and Mi Cloud data of Indian users is stored locally in AWS servers in India.
TikTok’s huge data harvesting prompts security concerns
TikTok starts collecting data the minute you download the app. It tracks the websites you’re browsing and how you type, down to keystroke rhythms and patterns, according to the company’s privacy policies and terms of service. The app warns users it has full access to photos, videos and contact information of friends stored in the device’s address book, unless you revoke those permissions.
Ather Energy to deliver first batch of e-scooters in August
“We are looking at around 5-6 months to deliver our first production lot, which will be about 2,000 vehicles,” said Ather Energy chief executive Tarun Mehta.
Truecaller may have finally found a plan to make some moolah
Truecaller is now launching a new business vertical, aimed at turning the revenue tide — credit offerings.
Google collects more data from users via android, says study
A major part of Google’s data collection occurs while a user is not directly engaged with any of its products.
Google unveils Allo for Chrome, exclusively for Android users
With the launch of Allo for Chrome, Google also marks the beginning of Google Assistant on the desktop.
Local dating sites focus on serious relationships to take on Tinder
India is different, the money is in the users who want to “settle down,” say local players.
Are you being tracked on internet? Know how to find out
Your Google searches, voice searches, all are tracked and stored by Google so that the advertisements can be as tailored and accurate as they can be.
Is your old smartphone getting slower by the day? Here's how you can fix it
Not all Android smartphones are the same: older software versions means that fragmentation is high and devices get obsolete a lot faster.