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App ban won’t impact your Chinese phones, for now
Banning apps may impact the strong grip that Chinese phone makers have on Indian markets.
What is happening with TikTok and WeChat as Donald Trump tries to ban them?
The Commerce Department announced Friday that beginning Sunday, i...
Two months after TikTok: influencers busy rebuilding fan base as homegrown apps enjoy 'gold rush'
While there is no dearth of options, includ...
Calling Paytm a Chinese app because of their shareholding is absurd: Sameer Nigam, PhonePe
Sameer Nigam, founder and Chief Executive of PhonePe, defends Paytm and asks people not to vilify the company.
BodyGuard launches 'Patriot' to help detect origin of apps
Users will be able to identify, delete, and block specific apps from their mobile phones. This capability is commonly described as geo-restriction and is a method that content providers use to restrict access to their services and platforms on a geographical basis.
Banned 118 apps on security, surveillance, data concerns: Ravi Shankar Prasad
The government on Wednesday blocked 118 more mobile apps with Chinese links, including popular game PUBG, citing data privacy concerns and a threat to national security.
Recent crash of Tinder, Spotify on iPhone could mean Facebook is still tracking you
Early Friday, users of the apps reported crashes when they tried to open them up.
Easy access no more? App developers moving away from Facebook login citing privacy concerns
Third party applications have been reducing their dependence on Facebook over the past 9-12 months citing user privacy concerns and data breach issues, and encouraging their users to log in through mobile numbers and emails, they said.
NPCI confirms WhatsApp Pay's data localisation
The RBI is yet to specify when it will give the much-awaited final nod for WhatsApp to launch payments beyond the current trial-stage, which is restricted to 1 million users for two years.
Most Covid-19 apps with contact-tracing feature may be putting your personal data at risk
Only a handful indicate the data would be anonymous, encrypted and secured.
Forget TikTok. China’s powerhouse app is WeChat, and its power is sweeping
As WeChat has become ubiquitous, it has become a powerful tool of social control, a way for Chinese authorities to guide and police what people say, who they talk to and what they read.
Don't let tech fatigue take over: Declutter your digital world, snooze work mails
Here are steps you can take to organise your digital landscape.
SpiceJet offers automated customer service and check-in facility on WhatsApp
Domestic flights resumed in India on May 25 after a gap of two months due to the coronavirus-triggered lockdown. However, passengers have been asked to follow various rules such as mandatory online check-in in order to ensure social distancing and avoid coronavirus transmission.
WazirX CEO is consciously cutting down on his mobile phone usage. Here's why
Shetty has been investing in hardware regularly since the Covid outbreak.
Randonautica: The viral app that led friends to a suitcase full of human remains
Randonautica makes a few asks of users — “What would you like to get?” “Choose your entropy source” — before prompting them to “focus on your intent” while it fetches coordinates.