• Bitcoin falls below $30K, worst weekly loss in months(10 minutes ago)

    New Delhi, Jan 22 (IANS) As the world went gaga over the overall value of all cryptocurrencies surpassing the $1 trillion mark and Bitcoin crossing the $40,000 mark, the cryptocurrency saw its sharpest fall since September last year, hitting under $30,000 this week and hovering around $31,000 on Friday.

  • Drones carry out Rural population survey in Bundelkhand(26 minutes ago)
    By Vivek Tripathi

    Lucknow, Jan 22 (IANS) 'Survey of India', the oldest scientific institution of the government of India, is making digital maps of villages with the help of drones for the first time. Through the digital mapping, Rural Residential Rights Record would be prepared in nearly 82,000 villages of the state. In the process villagers would be able to access records of every village and every house built in the village.

  • China's draft payment rules tightens scrutiny of Ant, Tencent(18:16)

    Beijing, Jan 22 (IANS) Sending a strong signal that scrutiny is tightening for the country's two major digital payment platforms, Tencent's WeChat Pay and Ant Group's Alipay, China's central bank has unveiled draft rules for non-banking payment institutions.

  • Google-Australia tussle over new media code deepens(17:40)

    Sydney/New Delhi, Jan 22 (IANS) The News Media Bargaining Code has started a bitter war between Google/Facebook and the Australian government, with Google threatening to pull its Search engine from the country.

Valuing friendships can keep you healthy: Study
  • Valuing friendships can keep you healthy: Study(17:20)

    New York, Jan 22 (IANS) Having friends in life is important as they give us both emotional support and practical advice, whenever needed. A new study now suggests that prioritising friendship is also associated with many health and well-being benefits.

LG K42 with US military-grade durability launched at Rs 10,990
Sony WH-1000XM4: For those who don't compromise with quality
  • Sony WH-1000XM4: For those who don't compromise with quality(15:48)
    By Md Waquar Haider

    New Delhi, Jan 22 (IANS) As the competition for headphones get fierce, with Apple now joining the fray with its over-the-ear hearable, Sony has launched updated headphones in India named Sony WH-1000XM4 which are successor to WH-1000XM3.

Signal 'copies' several WhatsApp features amid new user surge
  • Signal 'copies' several WhatsApp features amid new user surge(15:42)

    New Delhi, Jan 22 (IANS) Encrypted messaging app Signal that has seen a surge in new sign-ups has introduced several features in its upcoming update that already exist in WhatsApp in an apparent bid to woo more users from the Facebook-owned messaging platform.

Incoming Intel CEO commits to manufacturing internally
Alibaba's Tmall Global helps global SMEs open online stores
Night sky tourism takes-off in Jaipur
Vegan kids may have low level of vitamin D
Moon rock now on display in Oval Office of White House
  • Nokia selected for US Federal 5G Cybersecurity project(13:24)

    San Francisco, Jan 22 (IANS) Nokia on Friday announced that it has been selected as a technology provider and collaborator by the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) 5G Cybersecurity project in the US.

Intel posts $20B revenue in Q4, beats expectations
  • Intel posts $20B revenue in Q4, beats expectations(12:44)

    San Francisco, Jan 22 (IANS) Intel posted better than expected results in the fourth quarter as revenue hit $20 billion while full-year revenue for 2020 set an all-time record of $77.9 billion, up eight per cent year-on-year.

Honor launches 1st smartphone V40 5G since Huawei separation
Alphabet shuts Internet balloon project Loon
Tough childhood impacts adulthood: Study
  • Tough childhood impacts adulthood: Study(11:46)

    London, Jan 22 (IANS) Parents, take note. An adverse upbringing often impairs people's health in their adult years, especially for couples who have both had similar experiences leading to 'unfavourable living situation', a new study suggests.

Now US Democrats go after Facebook, Twitter, YouTube
  • Now US Democrats go after Facebook, Twitter, YouTube(11:34)

    San Francisco, Jan 22 (IANS) In a bid to combat the spread of misinformation in the wake of January 6 Capitol Hill riots, several Democratic lawmakers have sent letters to Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, directing them to make sweeping changes to stop the radicalisation of their platforms.

Data harvesting: CBI books Cambridge Analytica, another firm

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