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While TikTok’s fate in the United States is undecided, the news set off a wave of worries among its devoted user base, who are coming up with backup plans on other services.
Using a camera cover for your MacBook? Apple says it could damage your display if left on when closing laptop
Apple is urging MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro users to not close their laptops when the camera cover is still on as it may damage the display of their devices.
American corporate leaders from Apple Inc’s Tim Cook and Amazon.com Inc’s Jeff Bezos to Facebook Inc’s Mark Zuckerberg have all known that India could be the next big thing. Alphabet Inc’s CEO Sundar Pichai, himself Indian-born, hasn’t sat idly by, either.
The coronavirus outbreak may finally accomplish what India’s shock demonetisation four years ago failed to achieve: Use of digital payments is soaring for everything from groceries, electricity bills and cab fares.
Need help tackling all the tasks demanding your attention while working from home? Find your focus with these helpful apps
Working from home is a dream for many, but it is not without challenges – constant distractions, computer troubles and even injuries can result from using improper equipment.
HONG KONG, July 12 (South China Morning Post): The stand-off between Indian and Chinese troops in the Himalayas has cast a chill over relations between the two countries and threatens to undermine long-standing efforts to improve economic ties.
Want a first glimpse of Apple's latest iOS version? Anyone with an Apple ID can now sign up to test the beta version of iOS 14, which will include new app symbols, updates to Maps and the use of widgets.
When an elderly person living alone falls in the bathroom, climbing back up and getting help is often out of the question. Emergency call systems can help.
India’s government has petitioned the Rajasthan High Court to stop any of the Chinese companies whose 59 apps it recently banned from obtaining an injunction to block the order, according to two sources and the legal filing.
Friday’s widespread crashes of popular apps running on the iPhone’s iOS operating system – including Tinder, Spotify and Pinterest – serve as a reminder that Facebook is still tracking you through your phone using sophisticated software, even if you’re not browsing the social network.