Twitter is working on making its user policies available in Indian languages like Hindi and Urdu to increase 'informed' usage of the microblogging site across non-English speaking population in the country.
A digital database for all kinds of information on the Dutch settlement in West Bengal (17th to 19th century) that connects the past with the present through satellite-images is now available at one's fingertips.
US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) officials concluded in 2012 that Google employed anti-competitive practices and abused its monopoly, according to a report recently brought to light and about which The Wall Street Journal also reported on its website.
People looking forward to enjoying a peaceful holiday sans the beeping of phones can now book Digital Detox Holidays where holidaymakers will be able to enjoy their vacation without any 'digital disturbance'.
In an era of technology when the 'buy' button is just a click away, be doubly sure while making payments via the internet as fly-by-the-night online operators are mushrooming across the country, experts warn.
In less than a year, citizen scientists using NASA-sponsored website DiskDetective.org have logged one million classifications of potential debris disks and disks surrounding young stellar objects (YSO).
China on Sunday launched a website to facilitate defence procurement for the world's largest army to bring transparency amid an anti-graft crackdown at the top echelons of the 2.3 million-strong People's Liberation Army.
The Central Information Commission has directed the Urban Development Ministry to make public all records related to allotment of land and bungalows to political parties and upload these details on its website.
The Delhi Government's Directorate of Education (DoE) on Tuesday directed private schools to upload the criteria adopted for nursery admission for the academic year 2015-16, offering some relief to the parents.
China on Tuesday launched a website for an uninhabited islet chain in the East China Sea that is at the centre of a long dispute with Japan, in its latest bid to assert sovereignty over an archipelago administered by Tokyo.
Author J K Rowling has written another story for the Christmas week about the most notorious student of Hogwarts, Draco Malfoy and his family, on her 'Harry Potter' publishing website Pottermore yesterday.