• Sat. Sep 18th ,2021

Sumit Horo

Apple releases emergency security patch to block zero click spyware

Apple Inc., the American multinational smartphone manufacturer, has reportedly rolled out an emergency software update to patch a security flaw after

China orders Tencent and Alibaba to open their platform for each other

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China, has reportedly conducted a meeting with Chinese tech companies such as Tencent and Aliba

Parker-Hannifin nears Meggitt takeover after TransDigm pulls its bid

Parker-Hannifin, a U.S.-based company, is reportedly inching closer to acquire UK aerospace company, Meggitt, after rival bidder, TransDigm stated tha

TikTok beats YouTube in terms of 'average watch time' in the US and UK

A recent report has reportedly suggested that the average time spent per user on TikTok is higher than that on YouTube in the US and the UK. However,

Google to readjust its profit model in South Korea to obey local law

The world's most powerful internet companies, Google and Apple, are reportedly finding ways to alter their respective profit models so that they f

US court orders local hospital to treat COVID patient with Ivermectin

A lawsuit might force a local Ohio hospital to reportedly treat a COVID-19 patient admitted at its facilities with Ivermectin, an animal deworming med

Alarmed by major flaw, Azure Cosmos users urged to regenerate digital keys

Cyberattacks and incidences of compromise on crucial user information is doing rounds lately, allowing companies to take up strong measures in this re

Instagram to improve search functions for better photo & video reach

The primary aim of this move is to enhance discovery of posts and encourage exploration. The company will add keywords in English and then move to

Branson's Virgin Orbit planning to go public via a $3.2Bn SPAC merger

Virgin Orbit, Sir Richard Branson’s aerospace company, has reportedly confirmed that it will go public through a merger deal with a special purp