Google will soon test out a new Topics API in a developer version of Chrome as it tries to build a 'more private' browsing online. It plans to phase out cookies by 2023.
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Online sexual harassment continues to rise in India. But legal experts stressed fighting these cases is often an uphill battle for victims, despite there being ample provisions in law to help and aim them.
Thanks to the quick response by the global security companies, there have been few cyber attacks of consequence leveraging the vulnerabilities in Apache Log4j so far, said Chester Wisniewski, principal research scientist at Sophos.
Apple announced last year that it would require apps to implement an easy-to-use way for users to delete their in-app accounts. The company has now pushed the deadline for the change behind by five months.
A Dutch regulator has fined Apple Inc. for 5 million Euros for failing to allow rival payment systems for dating-app providers
The phone will likely come with a 6.2-inch OLED screen while its dimensions are rumoured to come in at 152.2 x 71.8 x 8.7mm
Vodafone Idea MD and CEO Ravinder Takkar during the earnings call said that the minimum price of Rs 99 set by the company for about a month long service is not an expensive proposition for those who are using 4G services.
Google will soon block ad targeting based on the age, gender or interests of people under 18, as the tech giant faces scrutiny over targeted advertisements being pushed via its platforms.
Volkswagen's software subsidiary Cariad and autos supplier Bosch have formed a partnership to develop software for automated driving to use in Volkswagen's passenger vehicles, the companies said in a joint statement on Tuesday.
In Q1 2020, Xiaomi registered a solid 29 per cent market share in the highly-competitive India market, according to Counterpoint Research data. Since then, the graph is spiralling downwards, slowly but steadily, and in Q4 2021 (the festive quarter), Xiaomi logged 21 per cent market share.