Ahead of bumper Q3, in UK testimony whistleblower Haugen tears into Facebook 97% hate speech claim
Musk-run Tesla hits $1 trillion market cap for first time
Facebook removes online abuse hurled at Mohammed Shami
  • Facebook removes online abuse hurled at Mohammed Shami(21:08)

    New Delhi, Oct 25 (IANS) After pacer Mohammed Shami faced online abuse following India's defeat to Pakistan at the ICC T20 World Cup match, Facebook on Monday said that it quickly removed the comments that hurled abuse at him.

Plea claims Central Vista will impact children's park, SC issues notice (Lead)
Amazon to start Alexa-based programme for hospitals, senior care
Rental car company Hertz orders 1 lakh Teslas worth $4.2 bn
How a Kerala woman farmer saves cashew trees from pests, cyclones
Kerala to distribute over 45,000 laptops to ST/SC students
  • Kerala to distribute over 45,000 laptops to ST/SC students(17:50)

    Thiruvananthapuram, Oct 25 (IANS) Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday inaugurated a scheme for distribution of laptops to all Scheduled Tribes students in the state, as part of Vidyakiranam project to ensure availability of digital devices for online learning.

Zuckerberg far from politically neutral, multiple employees allege in redacted US Congress papers
Facebook, Instagram grapple with ageing user base
  • Facebook, Instagram grapple with ageing user base(17:38)

    New Delhi, Oct 25 (IANS) Facebook and Instagram are losing young users at an alarming rate as the millennials and Gen Z now opt for more immersive social game platforms like TikTok, Snapchat, Fortnite, Roblox and more, the media reported on Monday.

HUAWEI launches FreeBuds 4i in India for Rs 7,990
Surgery may boost survival for male breast cancer patients
Art as healing brings strokes of happiness for patients in India
  • Art as healing brings strokes of happiness for patients in India(17:20)
    By Rachel V. Thomas

    New Delhi, Oct 25 (IANS) Touted as a Western phenomenon to date, art-based healing is seeing more and more health practitioners in India now turning towards it -- instead of only depending on diagnostic tools, allopathic and other medicines - to treat certain conditions with terminally-ill patients and those suffering from various stress and neurocognitive disorders, especially in the pandemic times.

China's mobile phone shipments reach 249 mn units in Jan-Sep
  • China's mobile phone shipments reach 249 mn units in Jan-Sep(16:22)

    Beijing, Oct 25 (IANS) China's mobile phone shipments stood at 249 million units in the first nine months of the year, up 10.2 per cent year-on-year, according to data from the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT).

SolarWinds hackers now strike global IT supply chains: Microsoft
Tesla rolls back 'Full Self-Driving' software owing to false crash warnings
'GTA Trilogy: The Definitive Edition' game to release on Nov 11
JioPhone Next to have Android-powered Pragati OS, long battery life
This minimally invasive procedure can help irregular heartbeat patients
Digital wave set to transform the way you listen to FM radio in India
  • Digital wave set to transform the way you listen to FM radio in India(13:58)
    By Nishant Arora

    New Delhi, Oct 25 (IANS) The way media is consumed has drastically changed in the last few years in India and radio is no different. According to leading digital radio technology providers, the time has come for the country to go beyond the old terrestrial broadcasting techniques and adopt the digital FM era across the spectrum.

IIT-G team develops material to make carbon-free hydrogen economy
  • IIT-G team develops material to make carbon-free hydrogen economy(12:36)

    Guwahati, Oct 25 (IANS) Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IIT-G) are developing novel materials that can use sunlight to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. The materials are much cheaper than the currently used 'noble metals', leading to cost-effective solar-powered hydrogen generators as well as also pave the way to a carbon-free hydrogen economy.

Why asteroid Bennu's surface is rocky?
  • Why asteroid Bennu's surface is rocky?(12:18)

    Washington, Oct 25 (IANS) Near-Earth asteroid Bennu was long thought by scientists to have surface like a sandy beach, abundant in fine sand and pebbles, and to also have large swaths of fine-grained material smaller than a few centimetres called fine regolith.

Shipping time for new MacBook Pro slips to late Nov
  • Shipping time for new MacBook Pro slips to late Nov(12:08)

    New Delhi, Oct 25 (IANS) The shipping estimates of the recently unveiled completely reimagined MacBook Pro in 14, 16-inch on the Apple Store for pre-orders have started sliding into late November.

South Korea's Covid self-test kit gets FDA emergency approval
Top South Korean telecom operator hit by large-scale cyberattack