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19 June, 2018 8:43 AM Dropbox Preview Expands List of File Formats, Supports Larger Files, and More

File hosting service Dropbox on Monday announced the expansion of previews to several new file formats across ebooks, videos, AutoCAD, PDFs, PowerPoint, ZIP, and RAR files. The update also brings the ability to preview and interact with larger video files, feedback from any user, synchronisation without the need to install the original application, and allow 31

18 June, 2018 7:47 PM After flak, DMK repairs footpaths

Platforms were damaged while erecting flagpoles for party meeting A day after the DMK drew criticism from residents and commuters for damaging footpaths for hoisting party flags, the partymen repaired pavements in a few areas. DMK MLA J. Anbazhagan posted pictures of his party cadre repairing the footpaths near the Pachaiyappa’s College Metro Rail station 28

11 June, 2018 5:43 PM Democracy the antidote against IS: M.J. Akbar

Pan-Islamic tenets fail to appeal: Akbar India’s secular democracy has ensured that pan-Islamic ideologies, like those professed by terror groups like Al Qaeda and Islamic State, don’t attract minorities in the country, said Minister of State for external affairs M.J. Akbar. “Indian Muslims are the only Muslims in the world, who as such a large community 47

10 June, 2018 10:38 AM Time to pull up my socks: Ronit on digital content boom

MUMBAI: Actor Ronit Roy is heartened to see the space that digital platforms have opened up for content makers. He feels it's time for him to catch up with artistes who have joined the bandwagon. "The advent of digital platforms has created the need for so much content. It's so heartening to see so many good actors in India doing so much good work. Well done! Time for me to pick (pull) 47

7 June, 2018 5:45 AM Google Photos Like Button Rolling Out on Shared Albums for Users: Report

After reports and teasers last month of similar functionality, "likes" are now rolling out for more users on Google Photos, in the shared photos and videos library. As per reports that have surfaced online, a new heart-shaped icon will appear in the bottom menu on shared images and videos that will allow users with access to share their appreciation 66

28 May, 2018 4:33 AM Giant wheel trolley car crash kills 10-year-old girl in Andhra Pradesh

It was a horrific scene at a fun fair in Anantapur in Andhra Pradesh as a car of a giant wheel came crashed during a ride, killing a 10-year-old girl and injuring at least six others. Three children were among the injured. According to a report in NDTV, a bolt of the trolley car gave way, and it came crashing down. As it came down, it flung people, including 362

25 May, 2018 7:15 AM Fortnite Grossed Nearly $300 Million in April, God of War Fastest-Selling PS4 Exclusive: Report

Fortnite: Battle Royale grossed $296 million (about Rs. 2,019 crores) in April across console, PC, and mobile platforms, according to a new report from a research firm that tracks digital game sales. In addition, God of War – the soft-reboot of the popular PlayStation franchise – became the fastest-selling PS4 exclusive of all-time. SuperData Research 51

24 May, 2018 4:28 PM BBC is official radio broadcaster for ICC World Cup

Dubai: BBC Test Match Special has secured rights to broadcast ball-by-ball coverage of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, to be held in England and Wales next year. Test Match Special will be broadcast to fans on multiple platforms across the UK, including on BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra, Radio 4 Long Wave and the BBC Sport website. The broadcast of the ICC Cricket 46

21 May, 2018 1:13 PM Facebook apologises after its Android app spooks users by asking for ‘superuser access’

A 'superuser access' gives larger access to an app that is enough to control the phone’s activities. Some Facebook Android app users globally are spooked after the app asked to allow ‘superuser access’ that grants full access to the phone. This comes even as Facebook finds itself at the centre of the blame emanating from the Cambridge Analytica 33

14 May, 2018 1:51 PM Modi govt spent ₹4,343 crore on publicity, reveals RTI query

The Narendra Modi government has spent ₹4,343 crore on publicity since it came to power in May 2014, an agency under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has said in reply to an Right to Information (RTI) query. The expenditure was incurred on advertisements in the print and electronic media as well as outdoor publicity, the Central government 34