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No Move to Seek Facebook, Twitter Relocate Servers in India: Minister

Undecided about enforcing vigilance or let freedom flow through social media networking, the Indian government has finally given up on demanding Facebook and Twitter to set up servers in the country. Announcing the government stand, IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said, “The government has not decided to get servers of popular social networking sites, like hike, Facebook, Twitter etc established ...

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How CERN inspired Entrepreneurs to go for E-mail encryption?

In the wake of Google’s recent move to encrypt its e-mail platform Gmail, it is time to reckon the inspiration that the CERN has provided for three entrepreneurs who visited the facility and realised the need for a secure e-mail platform after using the ProtonMail of the institute. The three young entrepreneurs, after their trip to CERN, have launched ProtonMailExternal ...

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Happy birthday! Gmail turns 10

California, April 2 : Your favourite webmail service Gmail has turned 10. Launched April 1, 2004, Google’s simple, user- friendly inbox today is an undisputed leader in email and related services. In 2004, Gmail arrived as an invitation-only product on beta platform. After several design changes, it finally dropped the beta label in 2009. In Gmail, Microsoft offered a spam-free ...

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Japan to have Google Alerts on earthquake info now

Google Search, Google Now and Google Maps will soon be available in Japan, which has on record nearly 5,000 earthquakes a year. Though Japan is more prepared than any other country to face such disasters, its crisis preparedness and response information will get further enhanced with Google products made available this month onwards. Google has launched its Google Public Alerts ...

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