Google is developing a version of its search engine that will conform to China’s censorship laws, reports say. The company shut down the engine in 2010, complaining that free speech was being limited. But online news site The Intercept says Google has being working on a project code-named Dragonfly that will block terms like human rights and
WhatsApp is launching new pay-to-use tools for businesses to communicate with their customers. The move will allow its owner, Facebook, to make money from WhatsApp, which has lacked a revenue stream since dropping subscription fees. Companies will be able to provide information and services, such as delivery dates or boarding passes, to customers via the platform. In
Nothing says security and trust like German quality. At least that’s the pitch for Germany-based G Data. The company’s tag line is “Trust in German Sicherheit (safety).” The idea being that modern Germany is known for “solid German quality” and its strict privacy laws, which G Data must adhere to, thereby shielding its customers from breach. Besides
Love them or hate them, Windows Updates are very important. They ensure your PC has the latest security updates applied and that everything keeps working so that you can too. But the way in which those updates get installed needs some work, and Microsoft is attempting to solve the most annoying problem in the latest Windows
Microsoft India on Thursday announced free online courses on Cloud computing, with a focus on data protection regulations, security and compliance. Launched in association with learning partner myLaw, the two-phased online course will enable students, businesses and legal professionals understand data protection, the basics of European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), security and best practices
The California-based popular instant messaging platform, WhatsApp, will soon release an update which will allow users to view images and GIFs directly in the notification bar. This will do away with the need to open the app to view media content. Also, users can now send messages on WhatsApp groups using Siri. Earlier, Siri could
The United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) has published a patent application filed by Apple, which describes a way for two Apple devices, like and iPhone and iPad, to wirelessly transfer power to each other. Theoretically, this would help users skip the hassle of finding a charging port and/or wait for a turn to charge the device.