Oracle is laying off staff in the United States. It's also planning to cut jobs in Canada, India, and Europe as it struggles to deal with a worse economy. Employees in SF Bay Area were affected.
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Twitter has filed a lawsuit against the Indian government, in a bid to counter the policy of critically monitoring online posts and forced removal of content and blocking of violating accounts.
India has delayed its new regulations which require VPN and cloud service providers to store customer information and provide it to the government. The delay allows firms to adapt or exit the country.
ExpressVPN has published a post criticizing the Indian government's rule that require companies to log and share user data with authorities. As such, the firm will remove all its servers from India.
A unique ransomware called GoodWill forces victims to do acts of kindness like feed and clothe the less fortunate in order to decrypt their files. Victims also have to post evidence on social media.
India's Prime minister Narendra Modi has said that the Government of India has set up a task force to achieve the goal of launching 6G services in the country by the end of this decade.
Nothing Phone (1) is now confirmed to launch in India. However, we are still in the dark about the exact official launch date. Nothing CEO Carl Pei previously said Phone (1) would release this summer.
Motorola will launch the world's thinnest 5G smartphone in India on May 12. But before that happens, a leaker has posted the details regarding the smartphone's pricing in the country.
The Government of India has issued a directive ordering VPN, Cloud and VPS providers to store and share customer data or face a year in prison. The new law is expected to go live on June 27.
According to a leaked document, Facebook engineers have admitted that Facebook itself doesn't know what it does with its own users' data and where it goes after entering its servers.
OneWeb is working with New Space India Limited, the commercial arm of ISRO, to launch its internet delivery satellites into orbit. It comes after OneWeb cut ties with Russia over the war in Ukraine.
The Moto G22 is a new €170 phone from Motorola packing a 50MP main camera. The device will launch in Europe soon and then some other global markets in the coming weeks. It launches with Android 12.
Moto Edge 30 Pro is only a few days away from its global launch. But before it gets global attention, MySmartPrice has shared some details on the pricing of the smartphone in India.
We've finally got a busy week coming up in terms of space launches. Russia, India, SpaceX, and two other private firms will be launching this week. It's also been a year since the TWIRL series began.
According to the OnePlus India Twitter handle, the company is planning to launch the much-hyped OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G next week. However, it will likely be limited to select markets at launch.
Users in India usually get the Exynos versions of the Galaxy S series. It won't be the case this year as Samsung is reportedly planning to bring the Snapdragon versions of the S22 series to India.
Truecaller is going to partner with several Android manufacturers to have its app pre-loaded on 100 million devices around the world by 2024. This should get it in the hands of the less tech-savvy.
Google will be investing $1 billion in Bharti Airtel to help get more Indians online. The plan will help both companies get more customers as barriers to owning a phone are made lower.
According to Twitter's transparency report for January-June 2021, the platform faced a record number of account and content takedown requests from governments, with Japan leading the pack.
Uber has launched a chatbot for WhatsApp for ordering taxis in India. It will be rolled out in Lucknow initially before coming to New Delhi. Next year, it will arrive in the entire country.
India may not ban cryptocurrencies outright after all, according to Zebpay co-CEO Avinash Shekhar. Based on meetings with the finance committee he believes high taxes on crypto will be levied instead.
India is the latest country to investigate Google for its anti-competitive practices. The authorities claim the search-giant is using its dominant position and deep pockets to smother its opponents.
Several major Indian news outlets have been airing footage about Pakistan's alleged attack on Panjshir Valley in Afghanistan. The problem? The "concrete proof" is gameplay footage from Arma 3.
A Parliamentary Committee has asked the Indian government to ban VPN services in the country as VPNs have attributed to a rise in cybercrime. The proposal has been submitted to the government.
Weeks after the official launch Samsung is opening the pre-orders for the Galaxy Watch4 series and Buds2 in India. The company is also bundling additional offers and cashback with the accessories.
India's reserve bank governor has revealed that it could begin testing its Central Bank Digital Currency sometime in December. It could still take several years for a CBDC to become widespread though.
Users in India can now pay on the App Store and iTunes by using UPI, Rupay cards, and Net Banking. Previously, only Visa and MasterCard were accepted for the payments of these services.
Ola Electric has signed a $100 million debt agreement with the Bank of Baroda to help it complete Phase 1 of its Ola Futurefactory which aims to be the largest producer of two-wheel EVs.
Indian government has filed a lawsuit urging it to strip off Twitter's legal immunity. This comes after Twitter's non-compliance with the country's new IT rules that went into effect in May.
Samsung is adding a new phone to its Galaxy F series, the Galaxy F22. The device will be unveiled in India on July 6 with a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display combined with a 90Hz refresh rate and more.
Google Messages is adding two new capabilities for Indian users that will let them categorize SMS into different tabs and automatically delete OTPs 24 hours after they're received.
Google is helping India emerge from the COVID-19 crisis by providing grants and aiding non-profit organizations working in the country to enhance health facilities and pandemic management strategies.
Twitter has become the first social media company to lose its intermediary status in India. It would now be treated as a publisher and can be held liable for user-posted content on its platform.
We're heading into a quiet week for rocket launches but some long-delayed missions could finally get the break they need and get into orbit. One of the missions will see Virgin Orbit do an air launch.
WhatsApp has taken the Indian government to court over its new guidelines, citing that the rules will violate user privacy and will allow governments to mandate a new form of mass surveillance.
The Indian government's new guidelines to moderate social media and OTT platforms go live tomorrow and as such, platforms failing to comply with the rules may face criminal actions or even a ban.
Google has announced the launch of News Showcase in India. By partnering with over 30 Indian publishers, the company hopes to increase audience reach with adequate financial compensation.
Samsung has rolled out a new update for Bixby that introduces support for Indian English on the digital assistant. It's currently available on the Galaxy A52, Galaxy A72, and S21 series.
Microsoft has announced initiatives that will assist India as it struggles with daily record numbers of new COVID-19 patients. These include oxygen, ventilators, financial and technological support.
Google has announced several financial initiatives that will assist India as it struggles with daily record numbers of new COVID-19 patients. The funding could help India obtain more oxygen cylinders.