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WhatsApp To Switch 'Reply' Colour Back To Green

WhatsApp scraped its dark blue coloured notifications and is bringing back its green coloured notifications for Android Beta users. Previously the "Reply" and "Mark As Read" options in the notifications were in deep blue colours but is now changed due to the users' complaints of it not being visible due to its contrast. The users will now not receive the blue coloured option in the app's stable release.

Mon, 14 Jun 2021 - 08:24 PM / by Sohini Mandal

Tags: WhatsApp, Notification, Whatsapp updates, whatsapp features

Courtesy: Gadgets 360

US tech giant Apple

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Japan Claims Of Antitrust Violations; Forms Panel To Issue Guidelines

The Japanese market has been facing several allegations of Antitrust violations, over the Apple's iOS and Google's Android which offers most of the smartphone's operating system. Meanwhile, the government has planned to form a panel to probe the connection between domestic smartphone manufacturers as well as both the US tech giants. However, the government might issue strong antitrust guidelines, if the panel finds out any distrustful… read-more

Mon, 14 Jun 2021 - 01:25 PM / by Brijesh Goswami

Tags: Apple, Google, Japan, Japanese government

Courtesy: NDTV Gadgets 360

Data Breach

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Training For Data Security Is Crucial Due To Cyber Attacks, Says Expert

In a recent data breach at Air India, Domino's and Big basket, the Union Government Official's email-Id & password have been exposed to hackers. Reportedly, the government domains such as @nic.in and @gov.in are under the potential threat amid its misuse. "With work from home policies, the urgency of training and data security is crucial," said Mishi Chowdhury of Software Freedom Law Centre.

Mon, 14 Jun 2021 - 10:46 AM / by Vanshika Sharma

Tags: Hackers, Central Government, central government officials, Phishing Attack

Courtesy: The Hindu


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Mouse Sperm Survives In Space For 6 Years, Produces 168 Healthy Mice

Three boxes of 48 ampoules containing freeze-dried mouse sperms have reportedly survived in the ISS and produced healthy "pups". The sperms were brought back to earth and rehydrated producing 168 off-springs. Reportedly, they have not shown any kinds of birth defects or genetic mutations after being exposed to high levels of cosmic radiation for six years. The research was led by Japanese developmental biologist Teruhiko Wakayama and his team… read-more

Mon, 14 Jun 2021 - 09:51 AM / by Sohini Mandal

Tags: mouse, sperms, International Space Station, Genetics, radiation

Courtesy: Times Now News

Samsung is an electronics company famous for its production of smartphones

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Samsung To Hold Mobile Phone Production Due To Chip Shortage

Amid the serious imbalance in semiconductor's supply globally, Samsung has halted the production of its semi-range  mobile phones due to shortage of chip. However, the company had planned to release a cheaper version of Galaxy S21 in August, but suspended due to shortage of Qualcomm's application processor. According to South Korea's Electronics Times report, Samsung might suspend S21 FE model's production.

Mon, 14 Jun 2021 - 09:21 AM / by Aditi Chavan

Tags: Samsung, Galaxy S21 Fan Edition, semiconductor, Qualcomm

Courtesy: The Indian Express

American Tech Ginat, Apple

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Apple Launches Spatial Audio With 3D Sound Experience

Apple recently announced a new development in the sound quality of the iPhone music. Spatial Audio is a 3D sound experience that works with a gyroscope and sensors that are equipped with earphones. It gives a theatre impression with a high sound quality that moves around the listener in different directions. An idea similar but higher in quality than surround sound, Spatial Audio is available on Apple Music.    

Sat, 12 Jun 2021 - 02:39 PM / by Aditi Chavan

Tags: Apple, Spatial Audio, Apple Music

Courtesy: Gadgets Now

Samsung Galaxy M32 is coming soon.

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Samsung Galaxy M32 Expected To launch In June; Features Revealed

Specifications of Samsung's next installment Galaxy M32 have been predicted by tipster Ishan Agarwal just before the launch. The new features are expected to comprise MediaTek Processor and microSD card support up to 1TB. Besides, the base version, 4GB + 64 GB, would be available in Black and Blue colours. Although the phone is expected to run on Android 11, there is no confirmation of 5G availability. 

Sat, 12 Jun 2021 - 09:25 AM / by Brijesh Goswami

Tags: Samsung Galaxy M32, Samsung Mobiles

Courtesy: NDTV Gadgets 360

Prince Air launches first subscription Plane

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Prince Air to Launch India's First Subscription-Based Airline

India is expected to get it's first subscription-based Airline service from Prince Air. Interestingly, the passengers can fly multiple times for a monthly subscription amount of Rs 54,500. As per sources, the Airline will start its operations upon having 10,000 to 20,000 members or roughly in six to eight months. The founder, Sanket Raj Singh said that a special entry gate will be made available for their passengers.

Fri, 11 Jun 2021 - 12:46 PM / by Vanshika Sharma

Tags: Travel Planning, Inter-state travelling, air passengers, Airplanes

Courtesy: Times Of India


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FB Launches Commission Scheme For Instagram Content Creators' Earning

Content creators on Instagram will now be able to earn a commission from products that their followers buy from their profile, announced Facebook in a blog post. The new feature named ‘Native Affiliate Tool' will even allow creators to "display and sell their products directly to fans". Besides, to maintain transparency, “Eligible for Commission” tag will be shown at the top of such posts from the content creators.

Fri, 11 Jun 2021 - 09:25 AM / by Sohini Mandal

Tags: content creators, Instagram , commission, money, Facebook

Courtesy: The Times of India

Nigeria Govt now on Koo

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After Twitter Ban, Nigeria Govt Switches To Its Indian Rival 'Koo'

After banning Twitter, the Nigerian government has planned to use Koo, a Bengaluru-based microblogging startup. Recently, Twitter took down Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari’s tweet citing violation of behaviour policy which sparked the argument between Twitter and Nigerian government. Talking about lifting the ban on Twitter, Nigerian minister Lai Mohammad said, "First and Foremost, Twitter must register as a company in Nigeria". Koo… read-more

Thu, 10 Jun 2021 - 06:22 PM / by Vanshika Sharma

Tags: Twitter, Koo, Startups, Nigeria, Twitter Ban, Muhammadu Buhari

Courtesy: Deccan Herald