• Thu. Aug 5th ,2021

Sumit Horo

Google facing a second multi-state lawsuit for its Play Store fees

A consortium of 37 state attorneys general have reportedly filed a second extensive multi-state antitrust lawsuit against Silicon Valley giant, Google

Vivo working on a smartphone with detachable flying camera

Taking smartphone technology to a whole new level, Chinese technology giant Vivo is working on a new smartphone that comes with a detachable flying ca

Google removes Facebook login data-stealing apps from the Play Store

In its continuing efforts to pull down Android applications that violate privacy policies, Google has reportedly announced that it has removed nine ap

TikTok users will soon be able to post three minute long videos

Chinese video-sharing platform TikTok is reportedly rolling out the option to post videos up to three minutes in length, in an effort to compete again

Samsung pledges 5 years of security updates for some of its flagships

While being at the top in terms of providing timely software updates for its smartphones, Samsung has reportedly amplified its offerings further. The

Lenovo silently launches its Smart Clock 2 and wireless charging dock

Without making much of a noise, multinational tech firm, Lenovo, has reportedly unveiled the Smart Clock 2, the successor to its Google-powered Smart

Amsterdam payments firm Mollie raises $800M, reaches $6.5B valuation

Dutch payments startup, Mollie, which helps enterprises integrate payments into sites, documents, and other services through an API, has reportedly ra

Bipartisan Senate bill introduced to establish US-Israel AI R&D center

A new Senate bill has reportedly been introduced to establish a ‘US-Israel Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research and Development Center’ i

Internet, Big Tech to face major changes under US antitrust proposal

The antitrust overhaul package uncovered in U.S. congress aiming at Big Tech, if implemented, could have vast impacts on the way people use the Intern