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netflix testing cheaper mobile only subscription plan in india

Netflix testing cheaper mobile-only subscription plan in India

Netflix has extended its cheaper mobile-only subscription trials to India. The new plan is being tested with select users in the country. Netflix has confirmed it’s not an official roll-out of a new plan or a price cut.........

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facebook admits storing millions of passwords in plain text on internal servers

Facebook admits storing millions of passwords in plain text on internal servers

Facebook found that the passwords were stored in a readable format, against its security procedures, but that they were never visible to anyone outside of the company. Most of the accounts affected were using Facebook Lite, a version of the app designed for emerging markets. ........

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google unveils stadia cloud gaming service launches in 2019

Google unveils Stadia cloud gaming service, launches in 2019

Google is launching its Stadia cloud gaming service at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco. Stadia will stream games from the cloud to the Chrome browser, Chromecast, and Pixel devices, and it will launch at some point in 2019 in the US, Canada, UK, and Europe.........

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the internet archive is working to preserve public google posts before it shuts down

The Internet Archive is working to preserve public Google+ posts before it shuts down

Google is set to begin deleting data from its beleaguered social network, Google+ in April, but before that happens, the Internet Archive and the ArchiveTeam say that they are working to preserve public posts on the platform before they vanish forever.........

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looks like google s thinking about a folding screen of its own

Looks like Google’s thinking about a folding screen of its own

A recent patent application filed by Google suggests the search giant is experimenting with foldable display technology, similar to the panels seen on the Huawei Mate X and Samsung Galaxy Fold.........

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facebook won t store data in countries with human rights violations except singapore

Facebook won’t store data in countries with human rights violations — except Singapore

Zuckerberg was clear: “As we build our infrastructure around the world, we’ve chosen not to build data centers in countries that have a track record of violating human rights like privacy or freedom of expression.” If there are two things Singapore is known for, it’s that there’s no privacy nor freedom of expression.........

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google removed 2 3b bad ads banned ads on 1 5m apps 28m pages plans new policy manager this year

Google removed 2.3B bad ads, banned ads on 1.5M apps + 28M pages, plans new Policy Manager this year

Using both manual reviews and machine learning, in 2018, Google said removed 2.3 billion “bad ads” that violated its policies, which at their most general forbid ads that mislead or exploit vulnerable people.........

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google launches the next version of android android q in beta

Google launches the next version of Android—Android Q—in beta

Google released a preview of the next version of Android, codenamed "Android Q." The final release should happen sometime toward the end of the year, but for now we get a work-in-progress build that will get several new versions throughout the year. ........

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microsoft windows 10 can now uninstall problematic updates on its own

Microsoft Windows 10 can now uninstall problematic updates on its own

Microsoft has just introduced a new feature in Windows 10 that will allow the operating system to uninstall faulty updates on its own. This means that the system will remove any new updates that it installed recently in a case that causes any problems without any intervention from the user.........

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ibm didn t inform people when it used their flickr photos for facial recognition training

IBM didn’t inform people when it used their Flickr photos for facial recognition training

IBM took nearly a million photos from Flickr, used them to figure out how to train facial recognition training programs, and shared them with outside researchers without the consent of the people photographed.........

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youtube music and youtube premium are now available in india

YouTube Music and YouTube Premium are now available in India

Google has announced that YouTube Music, YouTube Music Premium, and YouTube Premium have all launched in India. The services join Google Play Music and Google Play Movies, which arrived in India in 2017.........

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government asks twitter executives to remove objectionable content from account or face 7 year jail

Government Asks Twitter Executives to Remove Objectionable Content From Account or Face 7-year Jail

The government has warned the top executives of Twitter of imposing a seven-year imprisonment period along with financial penalties if they do not remove any ‘objectionable and inflammatory content’ prevalent in some user accounts. ........

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redmi note 3 review

Redmi Note 3 Review

Read our detailed analysis of the Note 3 Review & find out its strengths and weaknesses.........

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panasonic eluga ray max review xitetech

Panasonic Eluga Ray Max Review - XiteTech

Panasonic Eluga Ray Max Review - Read our detailed analysis of the Eluga Ray Max Review & find out its strengths and weaknesses.........

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google reports zero day exploit in windows 7 microsoft yet to release patch

Google reports zero-day exploit in Windows 7, Microsoft yet to release patch

Microsoft has a zero-day vulnerability in Windows 7 that remains unpatched, Google revealed in a blog post. It’s one of two zero-day vulnerabilities that, along with one in Google Chrome, hackers were exploiting to send malicious code to users. ........

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india least worried about false content on internet report

India least worried about false content on Internet: Report

while large percentages in other countries were concerned about exposure to false information or harmful content, India was the least concerned — only 55 per cent of adults. In fact, in India, 81 per cent believed mobile phones had mostly helped them.........

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type with your voice using dictate in outlook word xitetech

Type with your voice using Dictate in Outlook, Word - XiteTech

Microsoft Dictate works with Outlook, Word and PowerPoint for Windows and converts speech to text using the state-of-the-art speech............

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apple updates app store guidelines removes millions of clone apps xitetech

Apple updates App Store guidelines, removes millions of clone apps - XiteTech

Apps created from a commercialised template or app generation service will be rejected. The guidelines themselves have not changed, but............

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whatsapp to soon allow users share any file type

WhatsApp to soon allow users share any file type

WhatsApp is testing a new feature wherein users can share whatever they want. This new functionality is bound to be a welcome news by its many users. WhatsApp currently allows users to share images, videos, audio, locations, and documents........

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facebook messenger had a vulnerability that could let hackers see who you contact

Facebook Messenger had a vulnerability that could let hackers see who you contact

Nearly a year ago, Imperva researchers discovered that, through Messenger, a hacker could use “any website to expose who you have been messaging with.” The bug was disclosed to Facebook in November and subsequently patched.........

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