SciNet to give tough competition to Google

A new search engine that can outperform the current search engine giant Google, and to help the people search more efficiently has been developed by Finnish researchers.

Mobile, Internet services not disrupted in Kashmir on R-Day

 For the first time in a decade, mobile phone and mobile Internet services were not disrupted in Kashmir Valley as part of the security drill for Republic Day celebrations.

Delhi polls: Congress promises cheap electricity, water reforms in manifesto

Cyber cafes for students, cheap power for domestic consumers and waiver on inflated water bills are some of the promises made by the Congress Friday in its manifesto for the Feb 7 Delhi Assembly polls.

Youth Congress protests against internet censorship outside Ravi Shankar Prasad's residence

Members of Youth Congress held a protest against censorship in internet outside Union Minister for Communications & Information Ravi Shankar Prasad's residence.

WhatsApp is now available on the Web

Today, for the first time, millions of you will have the ability to use WhatsApp on your web.

Internet will `disappear`, Google boss Eric Schmidt tells Davos
Internet will `disappear`, Google boss Eric Schmidt tells Davos

Google boss Eric Schmidt predicted on Thursday that the Internet will soon be so pervasive in every facet of our lives that it will effectively "disappear" into the background.

Ex-spy chief says outdated UK anti-terrorism laws are not fit for purpose

Britain`s ability to prevent terrorist attacks is hampered by outdated laws that are "no longer fit for purpose", a former MI5 chief said in an interview published on Sunday, as the government considers new powers to monitor the Internet.

1 billion posts deleted in year-long Internet cleanup in China
1 billion posts deleted in year-long Internet cleanup in China

Almost one billion pornographic and harmful posts in 2014 have been self-inspected and deleted by Chinese websites in an Internet cleanup operation.

India's Internet governance model to balance public-private interests
India's Internet governance model to balance public-private interests

India's internet governance model will be consistent with the role private firms play in widening internet's reach and the pre-eminent role of government in public welfare, telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said.  

Saudi Arabia postpones flogging of blogger on medical grounds: Wife

Saudi Arabia postponed until next week Friday`s flogging of a blogger jailed for insulting Islam, citing medical reasons, a week after he received the first 50 of 1,000 lashes, his wife said.

#JeSuisCharlie creator seeks to use copyright to protect slogan

The Frenchman who coined the #JeSuisCharlie slogan that was adopted globally in the wake of a jihadist attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine, is considering legal means to stop the commercialisation of the slogan, his lawyer said.

UN urges Saudi king to halt 'cruel' flogging of blogger

The UN human rights chief on Thursday urged the Saudi king to pardon a blogger sentenced to 10 years jail plus 1,000 lashes, and to review the "cruel" penalty of flogging.

DNA: Zee Media Exclusive - Punsari, India's No 1 village

Zee Media Exclusive - Punsari, India's No 1 village that offers Wi-Fi connectivity, has air-conditioned primary schools equipped with CCTV cameras. This dream village, Punsari, exists in Gujarat's Himmatnagar.

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Turkey bans reports, Internet posts of `Islamist arms delivery`

 Turkey on Wednesday imposed an all-out media blackout, including on Facebook and Twitter, prohibiting publication of reports claiming Turkish intelligence services delivered arms to Syrian Islamist rebels last year. 

Facebook puts warning labels on graphic videos
Facebook puts warning labels on graphic videos

Facebook is putting warning labels on graphic videos that members upload and share with friends, the leading social network has said.

India's first hi-speed rural broadband network commissioned
India's first hi-speed rural broadband network commissioned

Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad Monday commissioned India's first hi-speed rural broadband network in Kerala's Idukki district, calling the project a "giant leap" to bridge the digital divide in the country.

Smartphones may be causing 'netbrain'

About 11 per cent of British adults suffer from 'netbrain' - a disorder caused by overuse of the internet - and may show narcissism, distraction and fear of missing out, a new study has found.

Idukki to get India's first hi-speed rural broadband network

 India's first hi-speed rural broadband network would be commissioned in Kerala's high range Idukki district on Monday, ushering in a new era of Digital India.

A technology to ward off hackers when internet is disabled
A technology to ward off hackers when internet is disabled

 Do you know that even if you had your internet connection disabled, you could still be emanating information that somebody could use to attack your computer or smartphone?

Privacy could be 'a priced luxury' in 10 years, says Pew report

 A report by Pew Research Center suggests that privacy in the next ten years will be more of a luxury.