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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- RailWire, the Internet provider establishedby the Indian Railways and Google, was the hardest-hit in the WannaCry ransomware attack that was first reported around two weeks... ...
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The Indian PC industryhas revived from the effect of demonization in Q1 2017, posting a 12.5% QoQ growth in terms of overall shipments, research firm... ...
Messenger application Telegram will now allow payments through itsbots. The company said that bot developers can accept payments from their users around the world. Users... ...
Have you ever received a Facebook friend request from someone you didn't know? Did you know Facebook allows you to change a privacy setting so that only "friends of friends" can send you friend requests, rather than all users? Our guide will show you
State Bank of India’s (SBI)’s mobile wallet, SBI Buddy, now has a cumulative 10.52 million registered users. In the quarter ended March 2017 (Q4FY17) the... ...
IdeaCellular will focus on building more wireless broadband infrastructure, and bandwidth to keep up with competition and growing demand for 4G data among users. The... ...
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Facebook is testing a feature that will show notifications from Facebook, Messenger as well as Instagram inthe Facebook window itself. It allows usersto switch between... ...
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By Apurva Venkat & Salman SH Zomato has confirmed that its databasewas compromised by hackers. In a blog post on Thursday, Zomato mentioned that its... ...
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