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  • Giriraj Singh makes 'racist' comment against Sonia Gandhi

    1 April, 2015 8:12 AM 56

    New Delhi/Hajipur: Minister of State for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Giriraj Singh landed himself in another political controversy on Wednesday when he racially targeted Congress president Sonia Gandhi. Sitting among a group of his supporters in Hajipur, Singh asked jocularly whether Sonia's "white skin" had been her ticket to securing

  • PM Narendra Modi to visit Unesco on April 10

    1 April, 2015 8:12 AM 6

    Paris: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visiting the Unesco headquarters on April 10 to meet its director general Irina Bokova and address various issues, a statement said on Wednesday. During the meeting, Modi will address the diplomatic community, private sector representatives, Unesco staff, and leading personalities, including Unesco's Paris-based

  • Mozilla Firefox 37 Adds New URL Bar, Locales, Security Features, and More

    1 April, 2015 8:11 AM 130

    Mozilla has launched the latest iteration of its Firefox browser, bringing it to version number 37 for both desktop (Windows, OS X, and Linux) and Android platforms. Firefox 37 introduces some tweaks in the URL bar, adds new locales, and improves download performance and more, as per Firefox's release notes for desktop and mobile. As for the desktop

  • Arnab Goswami and Overspeeding Lambo Huracan

    1 April, 2015 8:09 AM 49

    As the entire nation (well, at least a good proportion of the population) is ready to go on an trolling spree if Arnab Goswami, editor-in-chief of Times Now, gets involved in one controversy or other, these scandalous picture with a red Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 supercar, the popular TV journalist in his track pants and a bunch of Mumbai cops, have gone viral

  • Facebook tracking all visitors, even non-users: EU report

    1 April, 2015 8:00 AM 5

    Washington: According to a new report by the Belgian Privacy Commission, Facebook is monitoring the browsing habits if European users including those who have explicitly opted out of tracking and individuals who do not have a Facebook account. According to the Verge, Facebook is in breach of European law and is also ignoring the data rights of the users

  • Twitter launches new search, filtering tool 'Curator' for media organizations

    1 April, 2015 7:52 AM 18

    Washington: Twitter is launching a new product for media organizations, publishers, and broadcasters called Curator, that lets them identify, filter and display tweets and Vine videos on any screen in real-time. Curator will make integrating tweets and other content into media organizations TV newscasts, programs, websites or mobile apps quicker and easier

  • Microsoft unveils low-cost Surface 3 tablet

    1 April, 2015 7:52 AM 30

    WASHINGTON: Microsoft has unveiled a low-cost version of its Surface tablet computer, cutting the screen size of the device which starts at $499. The new Surface 3 will cost less than the $799 starting price for the Surface Pro 3 introduced last year, but will also have a less powerful processor and lack some other features. The new device comes with a screen

  • How to go from a nobody to a social media somebody

    1 April, 2015 7:47 AM 41

    After years of skulking about digital fringes, sometime last year I grudgingly joined the land of living twitterers with: "Now what?" It was rhetorical of course. Nonetheless, one of the first replies to set my notifications tab on fire (not) was this: "It's not about the number of followers." For a noncommittal social media user, the insight was rather

  • Iraq forces hunt diehard jihadists after Tikrit victory claim

    1 April, 2015 7:40 AM 22

    Baghdad: Iraqi forces on Wednesday picked through the rubble-strewn streets of Tikrit after storming to the city centre, searching for diehard jihadist fighters and avoiding the booby traps they left behind. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi claimed the city was liberated but the US-led coalition that has been helping Baghdad from the air said there was "still

  • After selfie sticks, here come 'selfie shoes'

    1 April, 2015 7:40 AM 9

    New Delhi: Because selfie-sticks weren't enough, selfie-crazed people now have " selfie-shoes" to further their hobby. Miz Mooz, a New York-based shoe-making company, has unveiled "selfie shoes." The release although coincides with April Fools' Day but appears to be completely serious. The shoes come with smartphone docking ports and are aimed at making