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Amazon Prime Day 2018 Shopping Topped $4 Billion, Analyst Estimates

Shoppers spent $4.2 billion (roughly Rs. 28,900 crores) during Amazon.com’s Prime Day sale, up 33 percent from a year ago, according to estimates from Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter. The online retailer doesn’t disclose revenue from the 36-hour event that began Monday. Pachter based his estimate on information the company did release, including that it shipped more than 100 million products and ... Read More »

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter Join Data Transfer Project

To help billions of users manage their data and help them transfer that into and out of online services without privacy issues, four tech giants – Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Twitter – on Friday announced to join the open source initiative called Data Transfer Project (DTP). In the early stages at the moment, the Data Transfer Project will help users of one service to use ... Read More »

Snapchat Outage, Said to Affect Android Users, Has Now Been Resolved

Messaging app Snapchat has reportedly been crashing down on some Android devices for the past couple of days, the media reported. The issue has since been fixed, the company revealed late on Wednesday night. “We’re aware many Snapchatters are experiencing crashing on the app. We’re looking into it and working on a fix!” Snapchat Support said in a tweet, first acknowledging the issue ... Read More »

Parents Can Inherit Dead Daughter’s Facebook Account: German Court

HIGHLIGHTS Facebook should grant mother access to her dead daughter’s account: court Daughter’s contract with Facebook was part of her legacy, judges found Contents of Facebook account identical to a private diary, mother argued Germany’s top court ruled Thursday that Facebook should grant a grieving mother access to her dead daughter’s account, in a landmark judgement for how social network data is ... Read More »

Facebook Says Bug Unblocked Connections for Over 800,000 Users

Facebook on Monday said it is notifying more than 800,000 users that a software bug temporarily unblocked people at the social network and its Messenger service. The glitch active between May 29 and June 5 has been fixed, according to Facebook, which has been striving to regain trust in the aftermath of a Cambridge Analyticadata privacy scandal. “We know that the ability to block ... Read More »

Facebook-Cambridge Analytica Data Sharing Probe Said to Now Include FBI, SEC, FTC

A federal investigation into Facebook’s sharing of data with political consultancy Cambridge Analytica has broadened to focus on the actions and statements of the tech giant and now involves three agencies, including the Securities and Exchange Commission, according to people familiar with the official inquiries. Representatives for the FBI, the SEC and the Federal Trade Commission have joined the Department of Justice in its inquiries about the two ... Read More »

Google Calendar Adds ‘Out of Office’ Entry Type, Lets You Restrict Your Working Hours

HIGHLIGHTS Google Calendar has added a ‘Out of office’ entry type There is also an option to restrict your working hours Both new developments will be available for all G Suite users Google Calendar has received a new ‘Out of office’ entry type and an option to customise working hours to help you better balance between your work and personal time. ... Read More »

Google Home and Chromecast Global Outage Confirmed, Fix Rolling Out

“Sorry, something went wrong. Try again in a few seconds.” That’s the response that Google smart speaker users around the world heard Wednesday when they asked their devices to play music, get the weather or even respond to its “Hey, Google”prompt. But don’t worry, there’s a fix rolling out. Google confirmed there’s a problem with both their smart speakers and the Chromecast, the plug-in ... Read More »

Amazon Wants to Foster Small Independent Delivery Fleets

HIGHLIGHTS Amazon unveiled dark grey Prime-logoed vans Company wants to lease the vans to delivery businesses Amazon would provide uniforms, and insurance programs for operators Amazon on Wednesday said it would offer incentives to entice entrepreneurs to set up their own small package-delivery businesses as part of Amazon’s latest effort to solve the challenge of getting goods the last mile to ... Read More »

How to get the extraordinary display and signage strips on online?

Everyone saw that the different types of the display strips and signage strips used in the shopping malls and super markets in order to display a variety of products. If you would like purchase such display strips for your products, it is highly suggested going to the clipstrip point of purchase display signs online. Clip Strip Corporation is one stop ... Read More »