Based on the most recent speculation about the upcoming iPhone 8 (or whatever Apple names it), it sounds like the Touch ID and Home button is going to be banished from the front of the device, possibly ending up around the back instead. That would mean one less way of launching Siri – Apple’s
Chinese regulators are preparing a new campaign that aims to place the country’s initial coin offerings (ICOs) under high scrutiny by officials to prevent fraud and illegal fundraising. What is an ICO and how does it work? An initial coin offering is essentially an unregulated way to raise funds
Jon von Tetzchner, co-founder of the Vivaldi web browser, has accused Google of using its position as the most popular search engine in the world to bully its competitors. The accusation comes in a blog post on the Vivaldi website, where von Tetzchner recounts his history of working alongside Google.
WhatsApp has announced what many deemed impossible once, a dedicated business app for companies and enterprises. Though in a pilot stage, WhatsApp aims to bring businesses closer to their consumers with the instant messaging platform. This move from the company brings a direct opportunity for them to easily monetise
New tools improve chat moderation and cut down latency. As live streaming competition continues to heat up, YouTube is adding new features that make broadcasting content not just easier, but faster. Rolling out starting today, YouTube is adding a new ultra-low latency feature and more chat moderation tools to help
Twitter is rolling out Night Mode for desktop today, bringing the eye-strain saving aesthetic already available on its mobile apps to twitter.com. When you flip on Night Mode, the normally white Twitter web page background changes to a deep midnight blue. Black text also switches to white, helping it
Education in India is a pretty debatable topic amongst the intellectuals. With Primary and Secondary education system in the country is solely aimed at building students to qualify and choose the next education “stream” followed by entering a college to spend the next three to four years, it becomes very