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India Today Tech
New Delhi, September 30, 2020
Amazon is introducing a new platform called Amazon Explore where users can book live virtual tours.


India Today Tech
New Delhi, August 31, 2020
Microsoft's new features are aimed at making remote work more convenient.


Yasmin Ahmed
New Delhi, August 7, 2020
BSNL has brought in broadband plans at Rs 849 and Rs 599 for Madhya Pradesh circle on a promotional basis.


Yasmin Ahmed
New Delhi, August 7, 2020
Netflix has now launched its user interface in Hindi for the convenience of users.


Yasmin Ahmed
New Delhi, August 7, 2020
Facebook will now let employees work from home till July 2021. The move comes in the backdrop of surging COVID 19 numbers.


Yasmin Ahmed
New Delhi, August 6, 2020
The government has added 15 Chinese apps to the banned-apps list including Mi Browser. Xiaomi says it will comply with the government's decision.


Reuters
August 5, 2020
Unlike its June move, the government did not make its latest decision public, but there are a few new apps that have made it to that list, including Xiaomi's Mi Browser Pro and Baidu's search apps


India Today Tech
New Delhi, July 27, 2020
After Galaxy M01 and Galaxy M01s, this is Samsung's third phone under the Galaxy M series this year.


BusinessToday.In
July 24, 2020
These are lighter versions of already banned apps and have been taken down by Google Play Store and Apple's App Store; they were found to be operating despite ban by government


BusinessToday.In
July 22, 2020
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology wrote a letter to all these Chinese firms, warning that continued availability and operation of these banned apps, directly or indirectly, was an offence under the Information Technology Act


PTI
July 12, 2020
The company does not base business plans on matters not under its control. Ericsson India head Nitin Bansal said that the company remains \"very confident\" of its technology prowess


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 9, 2020
The decision has been taken to curtail leakage of information. Interestingly, the list of banned apps includes more than just Chinese origin apps like Facebook, Tinder, Instagram, among others


Manu Kaushik
July 2, 2020
Telecom Secretary Anshu Prakash addiction to apps has taken a toll on the mental health of the youngsters. \"The mental health cases are on a rise. It's important to strike a balance, and take necessary steps when required.\"


Ankita Chakravarti
New Delhi, July 1, 2020
Some users on Tuesday had reported that they were unable to log in due to some technical error. The snag has been rectified


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 30, 2020
The government said the action against Chinese apps was taken because of the information available that \"they are engaged in activities which are prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of the state and public order\"


BusinessToday.In
June 30, 2020
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology is coordinating with the department of telecommunication to create further road blocks for use of these apps in case of existing users


Manu Kaushik
June 30, 2020
Implementing the ban on the 59 Chinese apps is difficult both legally and technically, say experts


Ankita Chakravarti
New Delhi, June 30, 2020
Ever since the ban on 59 Chinese apps was announced by the Indian government, reports claiming that WhatsApp and PUBG are also banned in India started doing the rounds


BusinessToday.In
June 30, 2020
Apart from TikTok, other China-based companies such as Xiaomi, Huawei, Oppo and OnePlus had also donated to the fund.  For instance, Xiaomi donated Rs 10 crore; Huawei donated Rs 7 crore; OnePlus and Oppo donated Rs 1 crore each.


Shubham Verma
Kanpur, June 30, 2020
The Indian government has banned as many as 59 apps, including TikTok, UC Browser, and Mi Community over the simmering tensions at the borders.


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