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Some iPhone users are getting their Apple ID accounts locked

An odd occurrence has been spotted by an increasing number of iPhone users – their Apple ID accounts are being locked. This would normally happen if someone attempts to access an ID by entering an incorrect password too many times, but that’s not the case here. It’s still unclear what is prompting Apple’s systems to lock people’s accounts,… Read More »

PS4 games news: GOOD news for PlayStation owners as new Sony deals are revealed

Fans have a couple of new PS4 games deals to watch out for over the coming weeks, some bigger than others. The annual PS Plus Double Discounts promotion has returned to the PlayStation Store this week. From now until 21st November you can get up to 30% off hundreds of PS4 titles and with the PS Plus promotion… Read More »

LinkedIn Says Tech Jobs Are Fastest Growing for Indian Professionals

If you are aspiring to be a machine learning engineer or an application development analyst, you could be in high demand as these technology jobs are the fastest growing and is among the top 10 for professionals in India, LinkedIn global professional network site said on Thursday. While the role of machine learning engineer has registered a whopping 43 times… Read More »

Pixel, Pixel XL Are No Longer Available on Google Store

Pixel and Pixel XL are now no longer available for purchase through Google Store. Both smartphones were launched back in October 2016 and debuted as the first offering under Google’s Pixel hardware line, succeeding the Nexus range of smartphones. Despite their unavailability from Google Store, the dated Pixel handsets are still on sale at various online stores, including Amazon and Best Buy in the US as well as Amazon and Flipkart in… Read More »

Twitter Executive on Fake News: ‘We Are Not the Arbiters of Truth’

There are lots of things you can’t do on Twitter. You can’t threaten violence, post pornography or wear a swastika in your profile pic. But you can lie. Twitter made clear on Thursday that while it is happy to serve as a platform for fact-checkers, it does not want to get into the business of making its own judgments… Read More »

[Infographic] Here are some web design trends for success in 2018

Something that looked current and new yesterday can seem dated apparently overnight, and styles once rejected as irreversibly old fashioned can out of the blue cycle back en vogue.  2018 will be about rich encounters. Website composition patterns are eminent for developing as opposed to sporadically hopping from style to style. Regardless of whether you are a yearning… Read More »

Why Windows 7 updates are getting bigger

Windows 7’s security rollups, the most comprehensive of the fixes it pushes out each Patch Tuesday, have almost doubled in size since Microsoft revamped the veteran operating system’s update regimen last year. According to Microsoft’s own data, what it calls the “Security Quality Monthly Rollup” (rollup from here on) grew by more than 70% within the first dozen issued… Read More »

Even though Islam gives rights to transgender people, they are oppressed: Kashmir scholar Aijaz Bund

Transgenders Abdul Rashid, left, and Shabnam Subhan at the book launch | Aijaz Bund The government thinks there are only males and females in Kashmir, Shabnam Subhan, a transgender Kashmiri, told a gathering of academics, journalists and civil society figures in Srinagar. “No one cares about us, as if we don’t exist,” he said. Transgender Kashmiris speaking publicly about… Read More »

Nokia 2 at price of Rs 6,999 in India: Here are other mobiles for under Rs 7,000

Nokia 2, the new budget smartphone from HMD Global, is now officially on sale in India. Nokia 2’s price in India is Rs 6,999 which means it will be competing with devices from Xiaomi like the Redmi 4A, Motorola’s Moto C Plus and the newly launched Redmi Y1 Lite. Other options are Panasonic Eluga I5 and InFocus Turbo 5. There’s also newer players in… Read More »