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Lt. Col Dhoni wins hearts in Ladakh, celebrates I-Day with locals & Territorial Army
Dhoni also paid a visit to Army General Hospital and interacted with patients.
How deepfake app Zao became most-downloaded free app in China, and what's next
The app places the tools of creating deepfake videos in the po...
A free trick for fake apps to steal your data
These apps are more common in categories such as fintech, dating, travel and gaming.
Analysts flag data privacy concerns over FaceApp use
Analysts warn of potential risks to user privacy and national security since personal data of millions of people could be vulnerable to threats of misuse later on.
Chinese companies are scrambling to survive Trump’s blacklist
Donald Trump’s administration is increasingly adamant about containing China’s rise, arguing that companies like Huawei Technologies Co. steal intellectual property and threaten national security.
Fake pictures, real trouble: Mamata Banerjee-PeeCee, Dhoni-Taskin Ahmed - morphed images that made headlines
The 'Harvard Lampoon' was recently forced to apologise for publishing a sexualised image of Anne Frank.
Pepsi gets 87-year-old to turn on the swag
Charulata Patel, whose photos with Kohli & Sharma have gone viral, to shoot for Pepsi.
Third-party apps make hay as Indians take to video apps
From filters to captions, these apps help users customise content in an intriguing manner.
Siddaramaiah says he is scared of people wearing 'tilak', remark sparks row
Siddaramaiah's comments have gone viral, with people posting their photos with tilak on their forehead along with hash tag "#SelfieWithTilak" in response.
Mamata's Morphed picture: SC grants bail to BJP activist, asks her to apologise
Apology related to this case, will not be precedent: Court
Both Congress & SAD agree AAP ‘not a phenomenon’
While they disagree on almost all other issues, both SAD and Congress leaders here agree that the ‘AAP phenomenon is now an issue of the past’ and it is now a straight two-cornered fight.
Alarming lessons from Facebook's push to stop fake news in India
Facebook, Twitter Inc. and Google parent Alphabet Inc. are discovering the harsh reality that disinformation and hate speech are even more challenging in emerging markets than in places like the U.S. or Europe.
How more and more Indians are illegally entering the US to seek asylum
As many as 8,997 Indian citizens were apprehended while trying to cross the US’ south-west border in 2018, up from just 77 in 2008, according to data released by US Border Patrol.
Fake news & misinformation on Indo-Pak tension flood the social media
Videos of previous air-shows and photos of crashing fighter jets were being peddled as the latest from both the countries on various platforms.
'Gully Boy' fever grips Diplo, DJ pays special tribute to Ranveer Singh
The poster of the film has gone viral and resulted in several memes.
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