Information Technology News

  1. Facebook, Cambridge Analytica Sued in US by Users Over Data Harvesting

    Facebook and Cambridge Analytica have been sued in the US for obtaining information belonging to 50 million of the social media company's users without permission.
  2. LinkedIn Reveals the Top 25 Companies Where India Wants to Work

    Indian companies like Directi, Flipkart, and Paytm have ranked ahead of global giants like Amazon and Google.
  3. Sharp Aquos S3 Mini With 17:9 Display Launched

    The budget Aquos S3 Mini comes with a rather unusual 17:9 aspect ratio display with a front-facing notch and narrow bezels.
  4. Apple Watch Spring Collection Bands Come With New Colours

    Apple has announced a spring-themed Apple Watch band collection.
  5. Oppo F7 Specifications Leaked Ahead of March 26 Launch

    Oppo F7 specifications have been leaked ahead of its official launch in India. The leaked specifications reveal its processor and camera details.
  6. MIUI 9.5 Is Heading to These 30 Xiaomi Smartphones

    MIUI 9.5 Global ROM is rolling out for several Xiaomi smartphones including Redmi Note 4 and Mi Max.
  7. Facebook's Zuckerberg Apologises for Mistakes With User Data, Vows Curbs

    Facebook CEO Zuckerberg apologised on Wednesday for mistakes his company made in how it handled data belonging to 50 million of its users.
  8. Samsung The Frame TV Review

    Samsung's Frame is a television set that doubles up as a work of art when it's not being used.
  9. Redmi 5A Flash Sale Today on Flipkart, at 12pm

    Redmi 5A flash sale will be at 12pm IST on Flipkart and the official Xiaomi website, with the Redmi 5A price in India starting at Rs. 5,999.
  10. Microsoft and Nvidia Tech to Bring Photorealistic Games With Ray Tracing

    At the Game Developers Conference 2018 (GDC 2018) Microsoft and Nvidia announced initiatives to ensure upcoming games are as true to reality as they can be with a technique known as ray tracing.
  11. You Can Now Play as Overwatch's Newest Hero Brigitte

    Blizzard's hero shooter Overwatch finally gets its newest hero Brigitte. Previously restricted to those in Overwatch PTR (public test region), she's now playable for all on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
  12. Here's Why Fortnite Doesn't Have Friendly Fire

    Popular shooter Fortnite removed friendly fire. While present in the game initially, it was removed to combat in-game toxicity Fortnite developer Epic Games said.
  13. Privacy Issues Emerge as Major Business Risk for Facebook

    Had the Cambridge Analytica scandal happened after GDPR becomes EU law on May 25, it "would have cost Facebook 4 percent of its global revenue".
  14. Cambridge Analytica Scandal Threatens Zuckerberg's Vision for Facebook

    Mark Zuckerberg's ambitious vision for Facebook spawned one of the world's most powerful companies, but he now faces a moment of reckoning.
  15. Cambridge Analytica Suspends CEO Over Facebook Scandal

    The move to suspend CEO Alexander Nix came as recordings emerged in which he boasts his data company played an expansive role in Donald Trump's 2016 campaign.
  16. Uber Victim Stepped Suddenly in Front of Self-Driving Car

    Police say a video from the Uber self-driving car that struck and killed a woman Sunday shows her moving in front of it suddenly.
  17. These Indie Games Are Coming to the Nintendo Switch This Year

    Nintendo unveiled 16 indie titles slated for its hybrid console at its Nintendo Switch Nindies Showcase
  18. Fatal US Self-Driving Auto Accident Raises Novel Legal Questions

    Any litigation that arises from the accident, the first fatality involving a fully autonomous vehicle, could pit the ride-hailing service against technology suppliers and the vehicle's manufacturer.
  19. Google Reportedly Acquires Lytro for $40 Million

    Google is reportedly acquiring imaging startup Lytro for $40 million. The acquisition is likely to improve VR experiences.
  20. Arizona Says Not Time to Rein in Self-Driving Cars After Uber Fatality

    Uber, along with other technology companies and automakers, has been testing in Arizona, which regulates autonomous vehicles with a lighter touch than neighbouring states such as California.