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Electronic Arts Shows Industry Sports Pushes Profits As Well

Electronic Arts Shows Industry Sports Pushes Profits As Well

Electronic Arts is continuing to reap the benefit of its position as the leader in sports video games, as both its FIFA Soccer and Madden NFL produced strong results on a several platforms in its just completed quarter. EA announced... 
Pay With Google Will Speed Up Payments Online

Pay With Google Will Speed Up Payments Online

Pay with Google, the online payment portal by Google, has launched in an attempt to speed up and streamline the process of online checkout. Google announced the service’s availability on Monday. Through a blog post, the online search... 
FAA: Laptops Pose Risk of Fire and Explosion in Checked Luggage

FAA: Laptops Pose Risk of Fire and Explosion in Checked Luggage

The United States government has urged the entire global airline community to ban large, personal electronic devices such as laptops in checked baggage due to a potential of causing a catastrophic fire. In a paper it filed with the... 
Walmart Looking to Perform Online Purchase Returns in 35 Seconds

Walmart Looking to Perform Online Purchase Returns in 35 Seconds

Walmart’s announced its latest move to help leverage its chain of stores against Amazon.com. The behemoth retailer has announced it has a new way in which it will handle its in-store returns of purchases made online that it says... 
Yahoo: 2013 Data Breach Included All Three Billion User Accounts

Yahoo: 2013 Data Breach Included All Three Billion User Accounts

On Tuesday, Yahoo announced that all of its 3 billion accounts had been hacked in 2013, tripling the estimate from earlier by the Internet giant for the largest ever data theft in history. The announcement was made in a disclosure... 
Russia Gives Big Boost to Internet in North Korea

Russia Gives Big Boost to Internet in North Korea

TransTeleCom a state-owned business in Russia has provided North Korea with a new Internet connection according to the monitoring project of the country known as 38 North. Experts in cybersecurity also confirmed the latest Russian... 
Saudi Arabia Lifting Ban on WhatsApp and Skype Calls

Saudi Arabia Lifting Ban on WhatsApp and Skype Calls

The government of Saudi Arabia is lifting its ban on calls that are made through apps online such as WhatsApp and Skype it announced on Thursday. The move is part of its ongoing economic reforms, but a government spokesperson said... 
Slack Raises Financing That Values Business at $5.1 Billion

Slack Raises Financing That Values Business at $5.1 Billion

Slack raised another big round of new financing that has valued the business at over $5 billion. The leader of the new round of financing was Japan-based SoftBank, which is appears has been investing in numerous companies of late. It... 
Equifax: Cyberattack Might Have Affected 143 Million Consumers

Equifax: Cyberattack Might Have Affected 143 Million Consumers

Equifax, one of three major consumer credit reporting agencies, announced Thursday that cyber hackers gained access to data of the company that potentially compromised personal data for more than 143 million consumers in the U.S.,... 
Deere Acquires Agricultural Tech Startup Blue River

Deere Acquires Agricultural Tech Startup Blue River

Just five months after ending a proposed deal to acquire the precision planting subsidiary of Monsanto, agricultural equipment behemoth Deere and Company has announced it will acquire agricultural tech startup Blue River Technology... 
Nissan’s Leaf Is Cheaper and Has More Range

Nissan’s Leaf Is Cheaper and Has More Range

The new Nissan Leaf electric vehicle can go further between charges and has new drive technology with the possibility of driving with a single pedal. The electric car will be cheaper as well, although the top-selling electric vehicle... 
Xiaomi Wants to Upstage Next iPhone With Mi Mix Successor

Xiaomi Wants to Upstage Next iPhone With Mi Mix Successor

Xiaomi’s Mi Mix, the bezel-less smartphone received a great deal of attention upon its launch in October of 2016. How the phone maker based in China is becoming more opportunistic with its successor, which is planning to be unveiled... 
Jury Finds Against Nintendo with $10 Million Verdict

Jury Finds Against Nintendo with $10 Million Verdict

A Dallas, Texas jury has awarded iLife $10 million after it found that Nintendo of America had infringed on the motion-sensing accelerometer tech of iLife, which the company had used in its remote controllers for Wii. The jury started... 
Leak of Apple Data Reveals Latest iPhone will be Huge

Leak of Apple Data Reveals Latest iPhone will be Huge

The new generation iPhone is expected to be the biggest ever of Apple’s iPhones in a number of ways. It is going to have the largest display of any previous iPhones, the largest increase of price of any prior iPhone, and most believe... 
Fitbit Attempting to Catch Apple Watch

Fitbit Attempting to Catch Apple Watch

Fitbit has given its biggest rival Apple a head start of over two years on smartwatches. It is now just catching up. The leader in the wearable devices market hopes the Fitbit Ionic is the product that will increase interest in its... 
Uber Ending Its Post-Trip Tracking

Uber Ending Its Post-Trip Tracking

Uber Technologies will reverse its controversial decision to track the location of its users following the end of their trip. The change of strategy related to privacy will come first to its iPhone app, which is expected to be updated... 
Android banking Trojan “Faketoken” resurfaces

Android banking Trojan “Faketoken” resurfaces

Security experts have sent alarm bells ringing after they detected a new variant of the notorious mobile banking Trojan “Faketoken” on the loose. The Android malware is able to steal credentials from popular taxi applications... 
Microsoft announces new APIs in Visual Studio 2017

Microsoft announces new APIs in Visual Studio 2017

San Francisco: Microsoft has announced the availability of new Application programming interfaces (APIs) `ASP.NET Core 2.0` and `.NET Core 2.0` in its Visual Studio 2017 for developers. ASP.NET is an open source server-side web application... 
Zebronics launches wooden tower speakers

Zebronics launches wooden tower speakers

New Delhi: Consumer electronics company Zebronics on Friday launched wooden tower speakers `Full Moon` at a price of Rs 15,999. The `Full Moon` features two 20.32cm sub-woofer drivers packed in slim wooden enclosure with round RGB... 
Xiaomi Mi Max 2 Review: Affordable phablet for content consumption

Xiaomi Mi Max 2 Review: Affordable phablet for content consumption

New Delhi: After launching three smartphones in India till May this year, Chinese technology giant has unveiled the upgraded version of its last year`s phablet `Mi Max`. Much like its predecessor, `Xiaomi Mi Max 2` has a 6.44 screen... 
Facebook, Google activate SOS features after Barcelona attack

Facebook, Google activate SOS features after Barcelona attack

Madrid: Soon after the Barcelona attack that left 13 people dead, Facebook and Google activated their safety check features to let users in the vicinity inform their friends that they were safe and get nearby support. Facebook created... 
Apple Watch ‘Series 3’ enters final testing phase

Apple Watch ‘Series 3’ enters final testing phase

San Francisco: It seems like Apple could release its upcoming smartwatch soon as Taiwan-based “Quanta Computer” — an integral part of the Cupertino-based company`s supply chain — is ramping up to begin manufacturing... 
Facebook is developing augmented reality glasses

Facebook is developing augmented reality glasses

San Francisco: A patent application filed earlier this week has revealed that Facebook is working on developing augmented reality (AR) glasses that could blend digital objects with the physical world. According to a report in Quartz... 
Coolpad to launch ‘game changing’ smartphone in a couple of days

Coolpad to launch ‘game changing’ smartphone in a couple of days

Chinese smartphone manufacturers have penetrated the Indian market substantially and one such company is Coolpad. Coolpad will be launching another flagship device for the Indian smartphone market on August 20. The new “game... 
Canon celebrates World Photography Day

Canon celebrates World Photography Day

Canon is celebrating World Photography Day to promote imaging culture by organising a series of activities and workshops across the country in celebration of ‘World Photography Day’ that falls on August 19. The company... 
COMIO lands in India with 3 smartphones

COMIO lands in India with 3 smartphones

Chinese smartphone maker COMIO is going to India by launching three smartphones – P1, S1 and C1 – at Rs 9,999, Rs 8,999 and Rs 5,999, respectively. Further the smartphone maker has joined hands with Reliance Jio to offer...