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Chandigarh all set to launch Khan Academy for PISA examination

CHANDIGARH: Modalities have been worked out and scope of work has been assigned to the Khan Academy to skill students of Chandigarh for PISA examination. Across the country, Chandigarh has been selected to participate in Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) which will be conducted in 2021.

Google's Android: Undisputed leader of smartphone OS

NEW DELHI: If you just look at the number of people using Android phones in the world, it would appear that Apple's iOS has only a few takers, but a look at the amount of money people spend on Apple's App Store paints a different picture.

Google Assistant to send reminders to family, friends

SAN FRANCISCO: Google is adding a new feature to its Assistant that lets people send reminders to their friends and family on phones or Google Home devices.

Bugs found in backend systems of top 5,000 free Android apps

NEW YORK: Cybersecurity researchers have identified more than 1,600 vulnerabilities in the support ecosystem behind the top 5,000 free apps available in the Google Play Store.

Microsoft to turn your phone into hand-held gaming device

SAN FRANCISCO:  In an apparent bid to take on the popular Nintendo gaming Switch, a new Microsoft patent has revealed plans for controllers that would turn your smartphone into hand-held Xbox.

Facebook sues malicious app developers

SAN FRANCISCO:  Identifying a case of fraud, social networking giant Facebook has sued two app developers for click injection scam, that infected smartphones with malware.

Our data is compromised every day: Know how to secure it

NEW DELHI:  From Cambridge Analytica to Marriott Starwood hotels leaking user data that hit millions of users, serious data breaches have highlighted the importance of protecting personal data from time to time.

Soon, Google Assistant can read WhatsApp texts

SAN FRANCISCO:  Google's virtual assistant is reportedly getting the ability to read messages from non-Google apps like WhatsApp, Slack and Telegram.

For Jeff Bezos, Amazon is 'India ki apni dukaan'

NEW DELHI: arrived in India on June 5, 2013 and for world's top billionaire Jeff Bezos, has transformed the way the country buys and sells.

Zomato app gets 1-star ratings for being biased

NEW DELHI: A large number of users have started giving Zomato one-star reviews on Google Play Store to voice their disagreement against the food delivery app on how the company is fine if some customers want specifically "Halal" meat.

Google Pixel to get voiceless emergency operator options

SAN FRANCISCO: Search engine giant Google has announced a new voiceless emergency operator option for its Pixel smartphones that would allow users with speech impairment or in emergency situations to get quick medical, police or fire brigade attention.

PUBG Lite tops Play Store ranking with 10 mn downloads

MUMBAI: Just three days after its launch, the Lite app of battle game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) has become the top free game in Google Play Store in India with over 10 million downloads, China-based parent company Tencent Games announced on Tuesday.

If WhatsApp meets norms, Pay service to be allowed: Prasad

NEW DELHI: Union IT and Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Friday said if the global messaging company WhatsApp meets the regulatory norms from RBI and National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), then it should be allowed to start digital payment operations in the country.

Las Vegas Experience at Live Casinos Online

With online casinos offering different kinds of casino games, there is a section in most of the casino portals that makes gaming a more real like and interactive experience. Not only are the table games easy to play online, either on a desktop or mobile device, but there are live casino games that help one experience all that one would at a Las Vegas casino, in the comfort of their own home.

Amazon, FB top spenders on lobbying as regulators act tough

WASHINGTON: As US government regulators act tough on tech giants over privacy violations and anti-trust activities, Amazon and Facebook spent the maximum in lobbying - around $4 million each - in the second quarter (Q2) this year.

Dr. Narpinder Singh will be awarded by American Association of Cereal Chemists(AACC)

AMRITSAR: Dr. Narpinder Singh, Director Research and Head, Department of Food Science & Technology has been awarded with the Fellow of American Association of Cereal Chemists (AACC) International in recognition of his distinguished contributions in the field of Cereal Science & Technology.

Comedic video talking about Sikh turban goes viral in America

WASHINGTON, USA:  A comedic video educating Americans about Sikhs and their turban has gone viral and it has become a sensation on social media. While in recent years America is facing polarized atmosphere, National Sikh Campaign partnered with a Hollywood comedic powerhouse Funny or Die to inject humor in the public conversation while talking about a subject which often makes people uncomfortable. The video has already been watched by a diverse and a young audience close to half a million within 4 weeks of its launch. Every day the number is growing.

Google celebrates 'giant leap for mankind' with Doodle video

NEW DELHI:  On July 20, 1969, American astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin became the first humans ever to land on the Moon aboard the Apollo 11 mission -- an extraordinary feat celebrated by Google with a Doodle video on Friday.

Punjab needs full-time independent Agriculture Minister: Bir Devinder Singh

PATIALA: Former Deputy Speaker of Punjab Bir Devinder Singh today said that due to ongoing agrarian crisis in Punjab, state needs a full time Agriculture minister.

Google kills Nest app for smartwatches

SAN FRANCISCO:  Since not a lot of people frequently use smartwatches that can control smart home devices, Google has killed Nest apps for both Android as well as Apple watches.


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