Panasonic enters ed-tech, launches two apps
Both the apps are available on both Android and iOS app stores for a fee. CareerX courses start at Rs 9999 per month onwards while, XcelIT starts at Rs 999 per month.
Use the ETMONEY app to save up to Rs 78,000 in tax
ETMONEY's tax solution helps users avail a combination of all tax-saving options across EL...
TikTok rival Byte debuts at top of US app store
The strong early response to Byte’s arrival, coming with little to no advance fanfare, sugges...
New 'events' platform on NaMo App to inform users of BJP rallies, gatherings within 25 Kms
A new "Events Platform" has been introduced on the NaMo App on Tuesday by BJP under which people can get information about various events, rallies or gatherings of the party in their area for participation in the same. The events would pop up on a map within 25 kilometers of the current geographical location of the user and on zooming out.
Giving Bharat more in pocket, less tax on urban India can do the trick
This Budget is an opportunity to think out of the box to arrest lagging consumption.
Kids are going way beyond their school curriculum, making apps and websites. At the Toyota hackathon, as students after students presented their prototypes, and spoke in a language even their parents wouldn’t have understood, it was clear that many children are going way beyond their curriculum, and digital technologies have become part of their DNA.
Paytm Payments Bank to help identify rogue apps that could trigger fraud transactions
The security feature will scan the apps installed on the user device and will pop-up a security alert whenever a dangerous app is found that may put the users' accounts at risk. No transactions will be possible until the user uninstalls that fraudulent app.
How to invest in small savings schemes using the India Post Payments Bank app
The India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) offers a single view of all the post office investments and allows subscribers to manage thee efficiently. Subscribers are also able to deposit money online in their RD, SSY or PPF account using the IPPB application.
Facebook gears up for marketing push in India
The plan, sources told ET, is to enhance user engagement across the suite of apps – Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp. The move comes at a time when Chinese video-sharing networking service TikTok is adding users in India. The Menlo Park-based social network, owned by tech billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, has hired Avinash Pant to head the marketing function.
WhatsApp faces outage in India, Twitter abuzz
Millions of users were unable to share videos, photos and GIFs, audio and stickers and several of those said they were even unable to view WhatsApp Status feature. According to Downdetetector.com, the problem started in the evening around 4 p.m. and alive outage map showed users in India, Europe, Brazil and in Southeast Asia were affected by the outage.
One Consult founder says no one can pull off suits like Beckham; must-have include pocket squares, cufflinks
Pawan Shahri on how his suit collection has grown over the years.
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.
Face recognition app to be used in Telangana Municipal polls on pilot basis
In a first-of-its-kind in India, the Telangana State Election Commission will be using facial recognition app in a bid to counter impersonation by voters on a pilot basis in 10 selected polling stations.
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.
Seeking a match offline? there’s an app for that
Many millennials think it’s easier to feel the chemistry face to face, versus on text whether it’s casual dating or looking for a life partner, reports Anjali Venugopalan
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