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Microsoft rolls out free version of Teams to take on Slack

Microsoft rolls out free version of Teams to take on Slack

Washington : Microsoft’s Slack competitor, Teams, is getting a free version to lure more users. The free version of Microsoft Teams allows you to add up to 300 people per workplace. It comes with 10GB of team file storage and 2GB of personal storage per person, TechCrunch reported. Other key features include integrated content creation

How your phone may be spying on you

How your phone may be spying on you

New York, July 7 (IANS) Some popular apps on your Android phone may be actively listening to you, monitoring your habits and even secretly taking screenshots of your activity and sending them to third parties, a new study has found. These screenshots and videos of your activity on the screen could include usernames, passwords, credit

Samsung India unveils 'Galaxy On6' on Flipkart

Samsung India unveils ‘Galaxy On6’ on Flipkart

New Delhi, July 2 (IANS) Samsung India on Monday launched an online exclusive “Galaxy On6” smartphone with Infinity Display for Rs 14,490.The device, available on Flipkart and Samsung online shop from July 5, comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage that can be expanded up to 256GB via a microSD card.It has 13MP primary

Google teaches kids to spot fake news, stay safe online

Google teaches kids to spot fake news, stay safe online

Gurugram, June 28 (IANS) In a world with increasing cases of cyber bullying, fake news and other unsafe practices on the Internet, Google on Thursday concluded a summer educational programme that taught young children how to make use of the Internet in a productive way. “Children are being exposed to technology much earlier than ever

Google teaches kids to spot fake news, stay safe online

Google launches new online ad tool for small businesses

Google launches new online ad tool for small businesses San Francisco – To help small businesses connect with relevant customers online, Google has introduced “Smart” campaigns which allow them to create ads in minutes. The tech giant on Wednesday also announced that its lineup of ad products called “Google AdWords” will henceforth be known as