• Wed. Jul 24th ,2024


WhatsApp to make second attempt to explain its new privacy policy

American free-ware, cross platform messaging platform WhatsApp is reportedly planning to have another go at explaining its new privacy policy to users, stating that personal messages will be encrypted end-to-end and the company will not have access to user chats. For those unaware, WhatsApp’s

Epic Games files new antitrust complaint in the EU against Apple

Renowned video game developer, Epic Games, who is also the creator of the enormously popular video game Fortnite, has reportedly filed a formal complaint with the European Commission regulators against technology major Apple Inc., blaming it for breaching EU antitrust regulations with its App Store

Apple’s upcoming iPhone series likely to feature an always-on display

Silicon Valley based technology giant, Apple Inc., is reportedly working on its new series of iPhones, which are anticipated to offer a range of exciting new features, including an always-on display. Credible reports have suggested that the 120Hz low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) display

ShareChat’s Moj joins forces with Snap to improve its camera lenses

Moj, a short-video app of Indian social media & networking service ShareChat, has collaborated with Snapchat operator, Snap Inc., to incorporate the U.S. firm’s newly released camera kit. Sources with knowledge of the matter cited that this integration would enable Moj to leverage Snap&rsq

Indian firm Dixon vouches for local manufacturing as stock rises 824%

Around three decades ago, Sunil Vachani, founder of Dixon Technologies, had borrowed $35,000 to start manufacturing 14-inch television sets out of a rented shed outside the capital city New Delhi. This was apparently an unconventional choice considering that the conditions in India back then, though

Imminent Apple privacy changes could hamper Snap Inc.’s ad business

American camera and social media company Snap Inc. has reportedly warned that new privacy regulations from Apple Inc. could hamper its ad business. However, the company’s popular photo-messaging platform Snapchat has witnessed substantial user growth while surpassing analysts’ fourth-qua

AMD looking to outsource part of its GPU production to Samsung

In a bid to reduce dependency on TSMC, American semiconductor company, AMD is apparently considering plans to outsource some of its GPU production to South Korean conglomerate, Samsung. While TSMC presently handles all orders of AMD, comprising its RDNA 2 graphics cards and Zen 3 CPUs, it is struggl