Super 30: Presenting Hrithik’s first look

Hrithik Roshan has treated the fans with the first look of his upcoming film ‘Super 30’. In the film, the actor will be seen portraying the role of Anand Kumar, the Patna-based mathematician and founder of the Super 30 coaching institute. ” the picture was captioned. Hrithik, dressed in a simple shirt with an unkempt… Continue reading Super 30: Presenting Hrithik’s first look

Facebook apologises for inconsistencies in deleting offensive posts

Facebook has apologised after an investigation exposed inconsistencies by moderators in removing offensive posts reported by the social network’s users. The investigation reported by ProPublica this week showed that in one case Facebook censors, called content reviewers, approved a picture of a corpse with the statement “the only good Muslim is a f…… dead one”… Continue reading Facebook apologises for inconsistencies in deleting offensive posts

WhatsApp to allow group admins to stop other members from posting

Facebook-owned WhatsApp is likely to give group administrators more powers where they will be able to restrict all other members from sending text messages, photographs, videos, GIFs, documents or voice messages in case the admin thinks so. According to WABetaInfo, a fan site that tests new WhatsApp features early, the popular mobile messaging platform has… Continue reading WhatsApp to allow group admins to stop other members from posting

Facebook opens its biggest engineering hub in London; to create 800 jobs

Social media titan Facebook will open a new office in London on Monday that is set to be its biggest engineering hub outside America, the company has announced. The investment in the office, near Oxford Street in the heart of the city’s West End district, will also lead to the creation of 800 jobs, more… Continue reading Facebook opens its biggest engineering hub in London; to create 800 jobs

The digital universe is growing; it’s also becoming more unequalt

The vulnerability of information and technology infrastructures is becoming more visible and alarming by the day. Earlier this year, two separate malware outbreaks – WannaCry and Petya – affected hundreds of thousands of people and organisations around the world. WannaCry crippled over 230,000 computers across 150 countries, with the UK’s National Health Service, Spain’s phone… Continue reading The digital universe is growing; it’s also becoming more unequalt

Indians prefer YouTube for music, Facebook for news: Study

Indian internet users largely consume music content on Youtube, while they prefer to catch news updates on Facebook, a study has showed. The findings showed that over three billion views music videos scored the highest viewership on Youtube, followed closely by entertainment videos with 2.4 billion views, while video content for kids ranked third with… Continue reading Indians prefer YouTube for music, Facebook for news: Study

Goodbye 140 as Twitter rolls out 280-character limit for all

The 140-character limit that has been around since 2006 and became part of Twitter’s personality on Wednesday paved the way for a new 280-character limit that is now available virtually for all users — including for those who tweet in Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi and Tamil. In September, Twitter launched a test with a… Continue reading Goodbye 140 as Twitter rolls out 280-character limit for all