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Google launches new policy to ban unproven medical techniques

Google to ban ads for unproven medical techniques

Under a new health care and medicines policy, Google has announced to ban online ads for 'unproven or experimental medical techniques,' such as most stem cell therapy, cellular (non-stem) therapy and gene therapy. This new policy will prohibit ads selling treatments that have no established biomedical or scientific basis.

Facebook rolls out face recognition, kills tagging option

In a much-needed relief for 2.41 billion users, Facebook is rolling out Face recognition feature to all which will replace the earlier "Tag Suggestions" settings that notified you if someone uploaded a photo and...

WhatsApp helping Indian entrepreneurs write success stories

Ice cream lover Aarti Laxman Rastogi decided that not all indulgences need to be sinful and, in March 2018, started Artinci to provide ice creams with premium, all-natural ingredients. Running a business has its own challenges...
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Microsoft to accelerate Digital India with Digital Governance Tech tour

Microsoft India on Tuesday announced the "Digital Governance Tech Tour" program to skill government IT officials in new-age technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and intelligent cloud computing, Microsoft will organize a series of physical and...
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OPPO set to make India a global export hub

Chinese smartphone maker OPPO which is currently producing close to 50 million units and aims to double the capacity to 100 million units by 2020 will make India a global export hub, Sumit Walia,...

Online time less harmful for teenagers.

In contrast to generally held views about the negative impact of using smartphones, researchers have found that teenagers spending time on their phones and online is not that bad for mental health.

All set for the Indian GigaFiber revolution?

Reliance Industries (RIL) is all set to revolutionise Indian internet usage from 5th of September, with its ambitious launch of Jio GigaFiber. Priced at less than 1/10th the global rates (ranging Rs. 700 to Rs....
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Ola acquires Bengaluru-based AI start-up Pikup.ai

Indian Ride-hailing service Ola on Tuesday announced the acquisition of 'pikup.ai', an artificial intelligence (AI) start-up based out of Bangalore, for an undisclosed sum. As part of the deal, the team at pikup.ai will join...
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Apple bounces back, iPhone shipments grow in India

India returned in Apple's basket with strong double-digit growth in the company's third quarter ending June 29, leading to a significant statement from CEO Tim Cook that the growth in the country has bounced...
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Truecaller bug signs up Indians for UPI account amid hacking fears

In a nightmare for thousands of Truecaller users in India, a so-called bug automatically created their Unified Payments Interface (UPI) accounts with the ICICI Bank without their consent, triggering panic and hacking fears. The affected...