Friday 21 September 2018

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WhatsApp raises Group limit from 100 to 256

WhatsApp, one of the largest mobile-based group chat software, has increased the limit of its group members from 100 to 256, from today. READ

Languages won’t survive if they don’t exist on the Internet: Experts

No language which does not exist on the Internet will survive in the world, predicts Ramdas Karmali, assistant professor of MCA at Goa University. READ

Smartphone shipments set to grow 37% in 2016: CMR

India's smartphone shipments are expected to grow 37% on year, higher than the 32% average growth for the previous three years, in 2016 in a year when the smarter devices are likely to overtake featurephones ... READ

Goa, Mah to get NextGen connectivity in 2016-17

Union Communications and IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today said the government will launch 'Next Generation Network' in major cities of Maharashtra and Goa during the next financial year. READ

Facebook makes it own app crash, to 'test' probable war with Google

Did you see any error message while accessing your Facebook account recently? It might not have been random. READ

Goa’s IT policy offers attractive incentives for local Start-Ups

The new Information Technology Investment Policy of Goa government is not only aiming at inviting outside IT companies to Goa but promoting Goan young talent through lots of incentives, especially for start-ups. READ

FB starts aggressive campaign in India to save Free Basics

Social media giant Facebook has started an aggressive campaign in India to gather public support for its free internet platform 'Free Basics.' READ

Mobile Internet can be game changer in India: Google CEO

India is one of the largest growth markets for the search giant Google globally, said the company's India-born CEO Sundar Pichai. READ

People have a valid reason to oppose IT Park, says CM

Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar said he will not go ahead with IT Park at Chimbel without giving complete information to the locals, while justifying their opposition. READ

Facebook's Zuckerberg to give 99% of shares to charity

Chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg and his wife said on Tuesday they will give away 99 per cent of their Facebook shares, currently worth about $45 billion, to a new charity in a letter addressed ... READ