Narendra Modi: The king of social media

During his US visit,Narendra Modi has emerged to be one of the most popular leaders on the internet with being discussed about,searched and tweeted about the most.

Facebook relaunches ad platform Atlas, allows advertisers to follow you around the web
Facebook relaunches ad platform Atlas, allows advertisers to follow you around the web

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New Delhi: Social-networking giant Facebook announced to relaunch Atlas, the ad platform, which will allow companies and marketers to see how effective their ads are on different websites.

RIP Orkut! Google finally shuts down website
RIP Orkut! Google finally shuts down website

Internet giant Google on Tuesday confirmed it will shut down its Orkut, its first social networking site on September 30.

Google partners for digital Andhra Pradesh project
Google partners for digital Andhra Pradesh project

After partnering for the Digital India initiative of the central government, Internet services giant Google has joined hands with Andhra Pradesh government to provide technology support for a similar project.

Google boss Schmidt slams 'paranoid' Assange over Govt ties accusations

Google's Eric Schmidt is infuriated with Julian Assange allegations that Google is tied to the US government when it comes to the openness of the Internet, which the WikiLeaks founder expressed in his new book 'When Google met WikiLeaks.'

Bono hates to Google his name
Bono hates to Google his name

 

London: U2 singer Bono admits he is always nervous to Google search his name. The U2 frontman said he was pleasantly surprised by the online criticism of his group's new album 'Songs of Innocence', which was given away free to Apple iTunes users, reportedly.

Now, a search engine for pornography lovers!
Now, a search engine for pornography lovers!

It's not every day that a new search engine takes its place on the Internet, much less one specialising in pornography as is the case with Boodigo, a tool developed by former Google employees who plan to make it the portal for the adult entertainment industry on the Web.

Google India to launch mobile app development contest for PMO

Google India in collaboration with the citizen engagement platform of the government, MyGov, will be launching a nationwide contest to develop a mobile app for the Prime Minister's Office (PMO).

Now, Google will not force new users to sign up for Google+
Now, Google will not force new users to sign up for Google+

A report has revealed that Google has lifted its requirement that made it compulsory for new Google users to create a Google+ account. A new "No thanks" button will now allow users to skip creating a Google+ account when one signs up for a Gmail , Google Docs, or other Google account.

Now, explore Egyptian pyramids from home

If you are yet to experience the wonders of the ancient world still surviving in Egypt, you can now turn into a virtual visitor -- thanks to Google Street View -- and explore the pyramids from the comforts of your home.

Google wants to teach programming to millions of American girls
Google wants to teach programming to millions of American girls

Internet giant Google is seeking to teach computer programming to millions of girls in the US under its Made With Code initiative, which has an eye on developing women programmers in the Silicon Valley.

I'm quite relaxed as I don't Google myself: Kiera Knightley
I'm quite relaxed as I don't Google myself: Kiera Knightley

Actress Kiera Knightley says she has become a calmer person now as she does not check others' opinions about her online. The 29-year-old 'Imitation Game' star said she used to read a lot about herself online till a few years back and the criticism over her looks used to affect her mentally, reportedly.

Google sued by second actor to block controversial Innocence of Muslims movie trailer
Google sued by second actor to block controversial Innocence of Muslims movie trailer

A second actor, Gaylord Flynn, has filed a lawsuit against Google Inc after it failed to remove a controversial movie trailer called Innocence of Muslims, that mocked the Prophet Mohammad and triggered riots in 2012.

Governments pressurise Google for more user information
Governments pressurise Google for more user information

Google Inc said it was facing increasing pressure from governments around the world to reveal user information in criminal investigations amid ongoing revelations about national surveillance programs.

Google to make YouTube videos available offline soon in India
Google to make YouTube videos available offline soon in India

After Android One, India will have another first from Google as the tech giant plans to make YouTube available offline, allowing people to save on download charges for watching their favourite videos.

Google 'crisis map' to help people in flood-hit Kashmir
Google 'crisis map' to help people in flood-hit Kashmir

Internet giant Google has created a crisis map with updated satellite imagery to facilitate rescue operations in flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir.

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Email services like Gmail may be banned for official use
Email services like Gmail may be banned for official use

Popular email services like Gmail and Yahoo! are likely to be banned for official use to safeguard critical and sensitive government data.

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US threatened Yahoo with huge fine over surveillance

US authorities threatened to fine Yahoo USD 250,000 a day if it failed to comply with a secret surveillance program requiring it to hand over user data in the name of national security, court documents have showed.