PhonePe in insurance with Bajaj Allianz
The digital payments player said on Thursday that more such partnerships with a range of financial companies may be in the offing in the coming months in order to further diversify its service catalogue.
Fishing for better returns: Taking technology to shrimp farmers
India produced more than 7,00,000 tonnes of shrimp in 2019 and exported more ...
Creating a personal connect with AI: Pranav Mistry, CEO, Samsung’s STAR Labs
The President and CEO of Samsung’s STAR Labs told ET in an exclu...
Investigation points to Saudi prince role in Bezos phone hack
A forensic analysis by technical experts retained by Bezos after a leak of his personal information in early 2019 suggested that the Bezos iPhone was compromised by "tools" procured by a close associate of the Saudi de facto ruler.
Bezos phone hack ‘traced’ to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
Bezos’ security consultant Gavin de Becker had accused the Saudi regime of hacking the phone of the billionaire businessman, saying Saudi authorities targeted Bezos because he owned The Washington Post, which has aggressively reported on the Jamal Khashoggi murder.
What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Stocks made a barely positive start in early Asian trade on Friday after the world’s health body called it a little too early to declare a coronavirus outbreak a global emergency.
Facebook says Bezos hack highlights smartphone vulnerabilities
It’s not the first time WhatsApp’s been drawn into a hacking controversy. WhatsApp in November sued Israeli spyware maker NSO Group, accusing it of infecting phones of some users through the messaging app.The lawsuit said that NSO Group used a vulnerability in WhatsApp, since patched, to secretly deliver its surveillance software to users.
UN calls for probe into possible hacking of Jeff Bezos' phone
United Nations experts on Wednesday called for an "immediate investigation" by the United States and others into information they received that suggests that Jeff Bezos' phone was hacked after receiving a file sent from Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's WhatsApp account.
New low-cost iPhone to enter mass production in February
The Cupertino, California-based company is expected to officially unveil the new phone as early as March.
Saudi involved in hacking of Amazon boss Bezos' phone, UN report will say
The encrypted message from the number used by the crown prince is believed to have included a malicious file that infiltrated the phone Bezos had used and extracted large amounts of data within hours, the Guardian reported.
AGR dues: Reliance Jio meets Supreme Court deadline, Airtel seeks time
The Mukesh Ambani led telco’s dues are a fraction of what its rivals - Vod Idea and Airtel - have to pay.
Vivo's sub brand, iQOO set to enter India with 5G smartphone
iQOO is a sub-brand of Vivo in China but will operate in India as a separate entity. With this, the BBK Group now has five brands -- OnePlus, Vivo, OPPO, Realme and iQOO -- in India. iQOO - which stands for 'I Quest On and On' - will sell its device online initially, and is drawing out plans for offline retail. The company has set up its office in Bengaluru and has an 80-people team.
Qualcomm expects mobile prices to dip further
Vagadia said that despite the stress on the Indian telecom sector, the handset market has grown last year in India and is slated to grow just below 10% in calendar 2020 too. “Economies of scale are helping brands that are driving volumes, which is helping the market,” he said.
Mobile handsets & components under Make in India to get special push in Budget
At the meeting where the PM was most candid asking for real time suggestions to boost growth, he was informed that electronics manufacturing, especially handsets and components, had a good chance of becoming India's largest exports within the next five years.
AGR dues: Bharti Airtel asks DoT to wait for SC's hearing next week, before demanding payment
Airtel follows Voda Idea in informing DoT that although it will comply with the SC’s orders, it would request the government to hold on till the next hearing before demanding payment. The two operators' decision to await the SC’s call on AGR modification pleas, imply that they won’t make any payments to the government by the January 23 deadline.
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