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Google Seeks Clarity From Authorities On Legal And Illegal Online Content

At a time when the countries around the world are getting increasingly paranoid and stringent on fake news, global search giant Google...

India Certifies Its First Two Drones Under The New ‘Digital Sky’...

India’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation, which is the body that regulates civil aviation, has certified drones from two Bengaluru-based startups, Skylark...

There will be 50K Startups in India by 2024: President Ram...

Addressing the joint sitting of both parliamentary houses, India President Ram Nath Kovind said that the government has set a goal of...

Bombay High Court Rules In Favour Of Dream 11, Calls It...

Bombay High Court has ruled that the fantasy gaming platform Dream11 is a game of skill and does not involve betting or...

Paytm Brings Cashbacks to Offline Merchants to Boost Digital Payments In...

Fintech major Paytm has announced that it is shifting its cashback offers from peer-to-peer Unified Payments Interface (UPI) transactions to offline merchant...

Facebook’s Cryptocurrency ‘Libra’ to be Launched in 2020

Libra— the first cryptocurrency to be introduced by Facebook is expected to be launched in 2020. The company has said that Libra...

Airbnb Looks To Double Its Marketing Investment In India After Singapore...

Airbnb is looking to double its marketing investment in India to increase its visibility in Indian market. The development, as ANI reports,...

WhatsApp to Take Legal Action Against Users Who Violate Its Terms

WhatsApp is planning to further crack down on fake news propagators, this time by taking legal action against companies and individuals who...

Walmart Pumps in $1.2 Billion to Fund Flipkart’s Operations

About ten months into acquiring a majority stake in Flipkart, Walmart has decided to use $1.2 Bn of its cash reserves to...

Amazon Starts Offering Part Time Delivery Jobs Through ‘Amazon Flex’

Ecommerce giant Amazon is now offering part-time delivery options to serve its growing number of customers in India.

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