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Samsung Z4 with Tizen 3.0 launched, very soon in India this month

Samsung Z4 with Tizen 3.0 launched, very soon in India this month

Samsung has unveiled its fourth smartphone – the Z4 – based on the company’s Tizen mobile OS. The Z4, which is a entry-level smartphone, will hit the Indian market this month. Samsung hasn’t announced the exact release date or pricing, but it says the phone will be available in black, gold and silver colour options.

Google release Android O Beta Programme very soon

Google release Android O Beta Programme very soon

After rolling out first developer preview for Android O, Google is all set to begin the beta programme for the latest Android operating system. The company is reported to spill some beans on its plans for Android O during its annual developer I/O conference starting on May 17, 2017.The search-engine giant has ended the Android

Google Pixel 2 smartphone codenamed ‘Taimen’ spotted on Geekbench

Google Pixel 2 smartphone codenamed ‘Taimen’ spotted on Geekbench

We already know that Google is working on three Pixel smartphones codenamed as Muskie, Walleye and Taimen. Though Muskie and Walleye will be the successor of the Pixel and Pixel XL, information about the third Pixel smartphone was grim till now. But recently the device was spotted on the popular bench marking site, Geekbench, revealing


Case Filed Against ‘Google’ In Uttar Pardesh

A criminal case has been registered against Google search Engine in Shahjahnpur, Uttar Pardesh for making hate remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Police Chief Kamal Kishore said that the city advocate Nand Kishore told the police in his statement that he had seen a news on google search engine in which PM Modi was


Microsoft aims at creating a more versatile Windows 10

Microsoft previewed the update of Windows 10 on Thursday in Seattle during its annual conference for applications developers. The company will try to make Windows 10 more versatile with a wave of new features for creating memories, exploring virtual scenery and hopscotching from personal computers to mobile devices.The company didn’t specify when it will be

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Online gaming industry in India to hit $1 bn by 2021

Though still in a nascent stage, the online gaming industry in India is expected to grow to $1 billion by 2021 from the current $360 million – a growth rate of 20 per cent – with the online gamers community reaching 310 million by 2021, a Google-KPMG report said on Wednesday.There has been a 117

Google, Amazon eye Toshiba’s chip unit: report

Tokyo: Google and Amazon joined a list of potential buyers eyeing Toshiba’s lucrative memory chip business as the Japanese conglomerate seeks bidders to cover huge losses, a newspaper said today. Toshiba has reportedly completed the first round of bidding for its prized memory chip business, seen as key for the cash-strapped company to turn itself

Google, Microsoft agree to crack down on internet piracy

London: Websites that stream or host pirated material may find it harder to feature on the first pages of two leading search engines as Google and Microsoft, which uses Bing search engine, have agreed to a new code of conduct designed to demote such websites in Britain, media reported on Monday. The code brokered by


Google Doodle honours inventor of worldwide standard time

New Delhi:  Google has honoured Sandford Fleming, a Canadian inventor and engineer of Scottish birth known for his invention of worldwide standard time, with a Doodle. “Today’s Doodle reflects Fleming’s legacy on this, the 190th anniversary of his birth,” Google said in a statement on Saturday. It is widely believed that Fleming missing a train

Tweeting emoji at Google will surprise you

New York: If you tweet an emoji at Google, it will interpret it and show you relevant results. The feature that starts from Wednesday takes a few seconds to come up with relevant Google searches for an emoji. For example, if users have to find a restaurant in the area, they simply have to tweet

Google remembers “Little Women” Alcott with doodle

New Delhi: Google Doodle pays tribute to “Little Women” creator Louisa May Alcott to mark her 184th birthday. The doodle shows the creations of Alcott — Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy and Jo’s best friend Laurie, their neighbour in a scene from the “Little Women” which is considered as Alcott’s semi-autobiographical. The novel was very well

Google unveils critical Windows bug

New York:In a bid to protect users, Google has disclosed details about a critical Windows bug that affects Windows kernel, an integral part of the operating system. The internet giant said it reported the bug to Microsoft 10 days ago but the company has done nothing to address the issue publicly. The Windows vulnerability is

LeEco enters US, takes on Apple, Netflix, Google 

San Francisco: Chinese internet and technology conglomerate LeEco has officially launched its US operations, announcing a slew of new products that include smartphones, TVs, smart bikes, virtual reality headsets and electric self-driving vehicles. Taking on giants like Apple, Netflix and Google at the “Ignite the Eco World” event here on Wednesday, LeEco unveiled open, integrated

Google, Facebook team up for direct undersea connection to Asia

New York: Internet giants Google and Facebook have teamed up with Pacific Light Data Communication and undersea communication solution provider TE SubCom to build the first direct submarine cable system between Los Angeles and Hong Kong with ultra high-capacity. The Pacific Light Cable Network (PLCN) will have 12,800km of fibre and an estimated cable capacity

Google, Apple, Disney out from Twitter acquisition race: Report

San Francisco: Twitter stocks fell significantly after Google and Walt Disney reportedly ruled out to acquire the struggling micro-blogging platform – leaving only Salesforce in the bidding race. According to a Re/Code report, Twitter’s shares dropped 17 per cent in pre-market trading on Thursday after “deep-pocketed companies Google, Apple and Walt Disney” were reported to

Facebook, Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft on one AI platform

New York: In a major boost to artificial intelligence (AI) research, five top-notch tech companies — Facebook, Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft — have joined hands to announce a historic partnership on AI and machine learning. It means that these companies will discuss advancements and conduct research in AI and how to develop best products

Google enters messaging segment with Allo

New Delhi: Internet search giant Google on Wednesday announced the launch of Google Allo- a new smart messaging app that helps users make plans, find information as well as express with ease, all within the chat. Packed with innovative features including smart reply, options for sharing photos, emojis and stickers, Google Allo makes it easier

Google launches ‘Allo’ messaging app

New Delhi: Google has launched its messaging app ‘Allo’, which would compete with the likes of WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. Available for both Android and iOS platforms, Allo will also mark the debut of Google Assistant in a preview edition. “Whether it is planning a night out or just catching up, we rely on messaging

India’s online population to touch 500 million by 2020: Google

Bhopal: With the advent of affordable smartphones and growing reach of internet across the country, India’s online population will reach 500 million by 2020, Google’s Asia Pacific Language Head, Richa Singh Chitranshi said. “India’s online population will reach 500 million by 2020 with majority of them being local language users,” Chitranshi said while addressing IT

Sanofi, Google launch diabetes joint venture

Paris: Google and French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi announced today a new joint venture focused on diabetes care. The tie up between the drug maker and Verily, the health subsidiary of Google’s parent company Alphabet, will focus on treatments for people living with the chronic disease. Details on what the company’s products will look like —