• Nokia unveils new metal-body Lumia 925
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    Nokia unveils new metal-body Lumia 925

    The Lumia 925 comes packed with 1GB RAM, 16 GB internal memory, 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon and 7 GB free SkyDrive cloud storage.

  • Nokia Lumia 920 vs Nokia Lumia 925
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    Nokia Lumia 920 vs Nokia Lumia 925

    Nokia Lumia smartphones are now available at significantly reduced prices. Lumia 920 is now available for Rs. 23,999 while Lumia 925 is now available for Rs.29,999.  Go through the features of both of these high-end camera phones.

  • Mobile review: Nokia Lumia 920
    Mobile review: Nokia Lumia 920

    Lumia 920 is Nokia's latest flagship smartphone based on Windows Phone 8 operating system. Prior to its launch in India it was surrounded by a lot of controversies related to a fake video about its camera's capabilities, and availability in oversee markets where it was unveiled in November.

  • Nokia Lumia 900: First Look
    Nokia Lumia 900: First Look

    Nokia finally launched its Lumia 900 in the Indian market for Rs 32,999, a spokesperson of the company confirmed this to The Mobile Indian. Nokia Lumia 900 is a non 4G version but will support download speeds up to 42 Mbps. However there is no network in India offering that kind of speed as the maximum speed available here in the country is just 21 Mbps.

  • Mobile review: Nokia Lumia 820
    Mobile review: Nokia Lumia 820

    In January 2013, with much fanfare Nokia launched in India the new Lumia smartphones running Microsoft Windows Phone 8. The new Nokia Lumia 820 and Lumia 920 smartphones with Windows Phone 8 are being offered in fancy colours for the Indian crowd.

  • Mobile Review: Nokia Lumia 800
    Mobile Review: Nokia Lumia 800

    Nokia came out with its Lumia series of devices some time back. There are currently two Lumia handsets in India as on Feb 2012. These are the pocket friendly Nokia Lumia 710 and the stylish Lumia 800.

  • Nokia Lumia 720: First look
    Nokia Lumia 720: First look

    Nokia's cheaper Windows Phone 8 variant, Lumia 720, offers impressive looks and features that can put even expensive phones to shame.

  • Nokia Lumia 710
    Nokia Lumia 710

    The Lumia 710 sports a 3.7-inch TFT LCD touchscreen display screen and was initially priced at Rs 20,000. Now available at Rs. 15,500.

  • Mobile review: Nokia Lumia 620
    Mobile review: Nokia Lumia 620

    Nokia's Lumia 620 can be called a significant improvement over the Lumia 610, which appeared to be a rushed job. In terms of design, both smartphones are quite distinct, but the capacitive Windows buttons is what connects them.

  • Nokia Lumia 620: First Look
    Nokia Lumia 620: First Look

    Nokia's Lumia 620 is now finally available in India for Rs 14,999. Few days back, few online retailers were taking preorders of the handset for Rs 15,1999 though.

  • Nokia Lumia 610: First look
    Nokia Lumia 610: First look

    Nokia's cheapest Windows Phone variant the Lumia 610 offers impressive looks and features though it competes with the Lumia 710.

  • Nokia Lumia 520: Hands on
    Nokia Lumia 520: Hands on

    Nokia's cheapest Windows Phone variant Lumia 520 is as good as it gets. Nokia 510 was the cheapest Windows 7.5 smartphone and now Nokia is back with an upgrade in the form of Nokia 520-by far the cheapest ever Windows Phone 8 based smartphone.

  • Nokia Lumia 510
    Nokia Lumia 510

    Nokia Lumia 510 packs an 800 MHz Qualcomm processor, 5 megapixel camera, mere 4 GB on-board storage and no micro SD card and runs Windows Phone 7.5 Refresh.

  • Review – Dragonball: XenoVerse

    Review – Dragonball: XenoVerse

    Review – Dragonball: XenoVerse

    Annually, fans of the Dragon Ball universe have been treated to a fighting game featuring Goku and other well known characters. These iterations have ...

  • Japanese gamer uploads final boss fight footage for Tekken …

    Japanese gamer uploads final boss fight footage for Tekken …

    Japanese gamer uploads final boss fight footage for Tekken …

    Kazuya Mishima will be the final boss in Tekken 7 With Tekken 7 arcade cabinets releasing a few days ago in Japan, many Japanese gamers have now h ...

  • Mars hills may be hiding several hundred million-yr-old …

    Washington, Feb 19 (ANI): A new research has revealed that a complex network of isolated hills, ridges and small basins spanning 1400 km on Mars may be hiding large quantities of water-ice. Phlegra Montes stretches from the Elysium volcanic region at about 30 degree N and deep into the northern lowlands at about 50 degree N, and is a product of ancient tectonic forces. ESA's Mars Express imaged the portion of Phlegra Montes seen on 8 October 2014. It captures the southernmost tip of the range centred on 31degreeN / 160 degree E. Based on radar data from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter combined with studies of the region's geology from other orbiters, scientists believe that extensive glaciers covered this region several hundred million years ago.

  • Revealed: Tekken 7′s opening cinematic

    Revealed: Tekken 7′s opening cinematic

    Revealed: Tekken 7′s opening cinematic

    A cinematic of Tekken 7 had been shown at EVO 2014. The video is an extended, pre-rendered form of the same video.

  • Exploding mobile phone rips Bihar man's face open

    According to the police, he answered as soon as his phone rang and while the device was still connected to the power source.

  • Submarine volcanoes may alter long-term climate: Study

    The study found that submarine volcanoes flare up on strikingly regular cycles, ranging from two weeks to 100,000 years and that they erupt almost exclusively during the first six months of each year, Xinhua reported. Previously, scientists presumed underwater volcanoes are Earth's gentle giants, oozing lava at slow, steady rates, but the new study said they produce maybe eight times more lava annually than land volcanoes. Due to the chemistry of their magmas, the carbon dioxide they emit is currently at about 88 million tonnes a year, the same as, or perhaps a little less than, from land volcanoes, said study author Maya Tolstoy of Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in the US. If underwater volcanoes were a little bit more active, their carbon dioxide output would shoot …

  • Seafloor volcano pulses may help trigger natural climate …

    Washington, Feb. 6 (ANI): A new study has recently revealed that seafloor volcano pulses may alter climate. Vast ranges of volcanoes hidden under the oceans are presumed by scientists to be the gentle giants of the planet, oozing lava at slow, steady rates along mid-ocean ridges. The pulses, apparently tied to short- and long-term changes in earth's orbit, and to sea levels, might help trigger natural climate swings. The findings suggested that models of earth's natural climate dynamics, and by extension human-influenced climate change, may have to be adjusted.

  • Researchers study surface composition of 'mountain-sized' …

    Washington, Jan 28(ANI): Researchers studied the surface composition of mountain-sized asteroid 2004 BL86 that flew past earth recently. Remotely operating the NASA Infrared Telescope Facility (NASA IRTF) on Mauna Kea, Hawai'i, Planetary Science Institute researchers Vishnu Reddy and Driss Takir studied infrared sunlight reflected off the asteroid to determine its composition. Reddy said that their observations showed that this asteroid has a spectrum similar to V-type asteroids that are basalt, similar in composition to lava flows seen in Hawai'i. The principal source of V-type asteroids was thought to be ancient basin-forming impacts on the south pole of the large, main-belt asteroid (4) Vesta, the first target of NASA Dawn mission, and these impacts gave rise to the Vesta asteroid family …

  • Volcanic eruption not behind Neanderthals' disappea …

    Washington, Jan 3 (IANS) While dismissing volcanic eruption as causing the disappearance of the Neanderthals, a new study shows that our ancestors were competent enough to deal with climate change.

  • After Xiaomi, OnePlus forced to suspend sales in India

    Washington, Dec 18 (ANI): Following a ban on Xiaomi, OnePlus is the latest smartphone upstart to be forced to suspend sales in India.

  • Samsung unveils curved screen Galaxy S6 Edge at Mobile World …

    London, Feb 02 (ANI): Samsung has unveiled its next flagship phone, the Galaxy S6 Edge at the Mobile World Congress sporting the device's curved screen. According to BBC, the Galaxy S6 Edge provides a quick way to stay in touch with contacts and alert the owners about important information. The S6 Edge will be priced at a higher rate as compared to the standard S6 that has similar specifications. The Samsung phones will go on sale on 10th April in 20 countries.

  • Renedy Singh: The most underrated Indian player from the …

    Renedy Singh: The most underrated Indian player from the …

    Renedy Singh: The most underrated Indian player from the …

    Renedy Singh’s journey to Bulgarian heavyweight club CSKA Sofia started almost two decades ago – from being a member of the second batch of graduates of the elite Tata Football Academy in the year 1996

  • Ukrainian prisoners forced to hunt for dead comrades in …

    Ukrainian prisoners forced to hunt for dead comrades in …

    Ukrainian prisoners forced to hunt for dead comrades in …

    By Maria Tsvetkova DONETSK, Ukraine (Reuters) - The gunmen lined up around 20 pale-looking prisoners in two silent rows in the ruins of the airport terminal. The captured Ukrainian soldiers had been brought into the ruins of the airport and ordered to hunt for the dead bodies of their comrades under pieces of concrete. The once-gleaming international airport in Donetsk, built to host the 2012 European soccer championship, became a charnel house during eight months of intense fighting, the most fiercely contested spot in east Ukraine. Today, a new truce has taken hold and the airport is now firmly under rebel control, but there are still dead Ukrainian soldiers buried in its rubble.

  • High speed 5G internet may be available by 2020

    London, Feb 26 (ANI): Scientists are testing the speed for 5G service for the first time, and it may available sooner than you thought.

  • Samsung mass producing more efficient chip for smartpho …

    Seoul, Feb 26 (IANS/EFE) South Korean technolofgy firm Samsung Electronics announced Thursday that it has begun mass production of a new flash memory chip for smartphones, offering greater speed and capacity than those currently available on the market. The new Universal Flash Storage (UFS) would be the industry's first 128GB chip, though other versions with storage capacities of 32GB and 64GB would also be available, Samsung said in a statement from its headquarters in Seoul. It also said that its new UFS would be faster and consume less energy than current ones, and would provide more stable conditions for viewing Ultra High Definition videos in smartphones. The new chip will be thinner and can be inserted in the ePOP embedded memory package module in Samsung gadgets, allowing the company …

  • Photos of Samsung Galaxy S6 leaked ahead of official de …

    Washington, Feb 26 (ANI): Photos of the Samsung Galaxy S6 seem to have been leaked ahead of the official debut of the smartphone that is scheduled for March 1.

  • 4G devices now more affordable for Indians

    Bangkok, Feb 25 (IANS) A new breed of smartphones equipped with the latest 4G technology promises to push internet accessibility to an unprecedented level, and that too at an affordable four-figure price, especially for India. In its bid to accelerate India's smartphone revolution, global giant Samsung Electronics has launched four smartphones - Galaxy A7, one of the slimmest phones at 6.3 mm width, Galaxy Grand Prime 4G, Galaxy Core Prime 4G and Samsung J1 4G. With this latest launch, Samsung now has nine 4G devices in the market that offer faster download speed of up to 150 MBPS. "India is at the cusp of its digital revolution journey and we expect 4G technology to rise and push internet usage to an unprecedented level," said Asim Warsi, vice president for marketing, mobile and IT at Samsung …

  • HTC One M9 pictures reportedly leaked ahead of official …

    Washington, Feb 23 (ANI): Pictures of HTC's new model called One M9 has reportedly been leaked out just days before its scheduled launch. According to the Verge, Mobile Geeks has come across online listings of HTC's new flagship - expected to be called the One M9 - which provide a full set of specifications and press images alongside a price of 749 euros in Germany.

  • Google wins lawsuit that claimed it coerced manufacturers …

    Wellington, Feb 23 (ANI): Google has reportedly won a lawsuit that claimed it abused its market power by forcing device makers that used its Android platform to provide the search engine company's applications. Google was accused of forcing manufacturers to make its search engine the default option on devices powered by Android and coercing smartphone makers like, Samsung, to offer less popular Android applications in order to pre-load, for free, favourites such as YouTube, reported Stuff.co.nz. U.S. District Judge Beth L Freeman in San Jose, California, said that the consumers failed to identify the damage that the antitrust laws they sued under were designed to address.

  • LG announces all-metal smartwatch 'LG Watch urbane' …

    Washington, Feb 17 (ANI): LG has announced its latest addition, the all metal smartwatch 'LG Watch Urbane', weeks before the Apple smartwatch is expected to roll out.

  • Korean Air crew offered $183,000 in 'nuts case'

    Seoul, Feb 16 (IANS/EFE) Former vice president of Korean Airlines, Cho Hyun-ah, who was sentenced to a year in prison in the famous "nuts case", deposited more than $183,000 in court to win the favour of the air hostess and the cabin crew chief involved in the incident, South Korean daily Chosun reported Monday. Cho deposited $90,600 for each of them in the Seoul District Court, before being tried and sentenced to a year in jail Thursday. Cho's lawyer justified the money as "a sign of her sincerity, since she could not apologise in person" to the two crew members of the flight which was taxing in a New York airport for its flight to South Korea Dec 5 when Cho demanded that the plane return to the gate and that the crew chief be grounded. The then vice president in charge of in-flight services …

  • Samsung launches new phones, library of Indian songs

    Hyun Chil Hong, president and CEO of Samsung India Electronics, said India was one of the "fastest growing energies markets. I am impressed with the rich culture, diversity and hospitality of India, that I have never seen before". "In 2015, we plan to introduce path-breaking technology across various categories of products, which will enhance consumer experience and strengthen our position in the market," he said at the Samsung South West Asia Forum 2015, attended by people from India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Asim Warsi, vice president for marketing, mobile and IT at Samsung India, said: "We expect 4G technology to rise and push internet usage to an unprecedented level.

  • Samsung launches new phones, 'convertible' frid …

    Bangkok, Feb 16 (IANS) Global electronics giant Samsung Monday launched a range of products, including three 4G-enabled smartphones, the world's first "convertible" refrigerator and a library of 2.5 lakh Indian songs and 1,500 movies. Hyun Chil Hong, president and CEO of Samsung India Electronics, said India was one of the "fastest growing energies markets. I am impressed with the rich culture, diversity and hospitality of India, that I have never seen before". "In 2015, we plan to introduce path-breaking technology across various categories of products, which will enhance consumer experience and strengthen our position in the market," he said at the Samsung South West Asia Forum 2015, attended by people from India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka.

  • Samsung Twitter campaign hints at new flagship Galaxy S6 …

    Washington, Jan 14 (ANI): Samsung seems to be working on its next major flagship phone Galaxy S6 launch.

  • 'Requested LG, Kiran Bedi for Kejriwal's oath-taking …

    New Delhi, Feb. 13 (ANI): Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Manish Sisodia on Friday said his party has requested Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung, all the central ministers and the chief ministerial candidates of the Congress and BJP - Ajay Maken and Kiran Bedi- to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Arvind Kejriwal. "We have requested the LG, all central ministers, the Prime Minister and the chief ministerial candidates of both parties (Congress and the BJP) to come and join us for the oath-taking tomorrow," Sisodia said. It is being reported that the first Cabinet meeting will take place at 4:30 p.m. at the Delhi Secretariat on Saturday.

  • Why thieves no longer love smartphones

    New York, Feb 13 (IANS) Smartphones, particularly iPhones, are no longer the favourites of discerning lifters, recent data shows. The reason: the "kill switch" is proving the killjoy for the thieves. The number of thefts and robberies of smartphones, particularly iPhones, is on the fall in New York, London and San Francisco, according to fresh data. Law enforcement officials, who have been at the forefront of demands to include a "kill switch" in all smartphones, hailed the news as proof that the technology is working as a deterrent, PCWorld reported.

  • Your Sari Is Like A Thermos

    Need the warmth of a sweater in winter and the breeziness of a skirt in summer? A new study finds that the traditional sari is the perfect all-weather clothing – and that everything depends on how you drape it.

  • Samsung denies its smart TVs monitor living room conver …

    Washington, Feb 11 (ANI): Samsung has responded in a blog post denying the recent controversy about the company's poorly worded privacy policy that warns that conversations can be transmitted to a third party through Voice Recognition, saying that "Samsung Smart TVs Do Not Monitor Living Room Conversations". The warning however, applied only to those viewers who control their Samsung Smart TV using its voice activation feature. Privacy campaigners hit out at the technology by saying that it smacked of "telescreens" in George Orwell 's 1984, which eavesdropped on citizen's conversations.

  • Samsung and Microsoft end patent dispute

    Seoul, Feb 10 (IANS/EFE) Multinational firms Samsung Electronics and Microsoft have agreed to end their contract dispute over patents, Samsung said in a brief statement Tuesday without revealing details about the accord reached with Microsoft. "Samsung and Microsoft are pleased to announce that they have ended their contract dispute in the US court as well as the ICC arbitration. Terms of the agreement are confidential," said the joint statement released by Samsung in Seoul. In August, Microsoft sued the South Korean firm for having broken an agreement on patents signed between the two companies in 2011.

  • Beware, Samsung's new 'Orwellian' TV set may …

    London, Feb 10 (ANI): Samsung has reportedly warned its customers against discussing personal information in front of its smart television set as it may be "listening" to some of what is said in front of them and share the details with Samsung or third parties. The warning however, applies only to those viewers who control their Samsung Smart TV using its voice activation feature, reported the BBC. Samsung said that the TV set may be listening to people in the room to try to spot commands queries that are issued via the remote.

  • Huwaei announces first ever smartwatch

    Washington, March 02 (ANI): Huwaei has reportedly announced its first ever smartwatch in a line of wearable devices at Mobile World Congress (MWC), a report said.

  • Microsoft accidentally announces Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 …

    Washington, March 02 (ANI): Microsoft's news center has accidentally announced two new Windows phone devices, Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL one day before the official announcement which is to take place at a press event at Mobile World Congress. According to the Verge, Microsoft will most likely launch two new low-end devices, as the numbering scheme suggests. The Lumia 640 XL is presumably a bigger version of the Lumia 640.

  • Mumbai mastermind Lakhvi 'comfortably' hosting guests, …

    Karachi, March 02 (ANI): A report has said that Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, the prime suspect and alleged mastermind of the Mumbai terror attacks in 2008, is leading a "comfortable life" inside Adiala Jail. The report said that none of his visitors have to identify themselves to the jail authorities. After a long-drawn legal battle in the aftermath of the Mumbai terror attacks, Lakhvi was granted bail by an anti-terrorism court, a day after Peshawar school massacre.

  • EA Sports UFC all set to hit Mobiles and Tablets

    EA Sports UFC all set to hit Mobiles and Tablets

    EA Sports UFC all set to hit Mobiles and Tablets

    For sports fans, it’s never just about watching it on the big screen. EA Sports has proved that time and again.

  • IT has changed the way the world looks at India: PM Mod …

    New Delhi, Mar. 1 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that Information Technology has revolutionised the way the world looks at India, adding that progress is incomplete without 'information ways'. The faster you all make mobile apps, the faster you will capture the market," the Prime Minister said, while attending NASSCOM's silver jubilee celebrations. "IT has changed the way the world looks at India. Prime Minister Modi also stressed upon the importance of the search engine Google in day-to-day lives.

  • Union Budget took notice of the marginalized: RS Prasad

    New Delhi, Mar. 1 (ANI): Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad on Sunday hailed the first budget introduced in the Parliament by the NDA Government, saying that it took serious notice of equity concerns of the poor, underprivileged and marginalised. "In the main budget, there is a basic philosophy. India has debated too long as to how the bread shall be distributed but we have rarely discussed as to how the size of the bread needs to be enlarged so that the distribution becomes easier. Prasad also said that the Union Budget 2015-16 insisted upon "innovation on growth, on creating new synergy and enabling atmosphere for the people who do business." Talking about the 'Digital India' initiative, Prasad said that the electronic manufacturing in the …

  • Its official: male drivers are true menace on roads

    Melbourne, Mar. 01 (ANI): The new official statistics have revealed that male drivers are the true menace on the roads.

  • Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 to be released for Xbox One next m …

    Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 to be released for Xbox One next m …

    Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 to be released for Xbox One next m …

    The game will be released on March 18th Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 the famous followup of the released 2011 title for Xbox 360 which was actually a port ...

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    * To discourage transactions in cash, Rupee debit card to incentivise credit transactions

  • 'Ecstatic' Shaiman Anwar overwhelmed by response …

    Dubai, Feb 27 (ANI): The United Arab Emirates top-order batsman Shaiman Anwar has admitted that he is overwhelmed with the response to his maiden World Cup ton, describing the feat against Ireland as 'special' ahead of next tie against India on Saturday. Anwar smacked a power-packed 106 off 83 balls against Ireland in Brisbane on Wednesday, but his valiant century went in vain as the UAE failed to defend their score.

  • US airport launches new mobile passport app

    Washington, Feb 27 (IANS) Miami International Airport has launched a new mobile app that enables passengers to submit their passport and customs declaration information through a smartphone. The app, developed by the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will save time on the part of the passengers while filling up of traditional paper forms. The free app is available to US citizens with a valid US passport and Canadian citizens with both a valid Canadian passport and B1 or B2 visa status. Those who download the app will be asked to set up a profile using passport information.

  • Every day struggle of border villages in Poonch

    Poonch, Feb. 27 (ANI): The year of 2015 had brought new hopes for all, but for the residents of border villages in the northernmost state of Jammu and Kashmir, the New Year ushered in cross-border firing and shelling, forcing over 10,000 villagers in Samba and Kathua districts to move into makeshift accommodations at safer places far from their homes. Continuous ceasefire violations along the border area and security outposts in Jammu and Kashmir killed two Army Jawans in the first week of January along with a woman, while injuring 11 locals. How different or difficult is life here: this one question never makes any headline," said Mohammad Iqbal, a local from village Kulliyan in District Poonch of Jammu and Kashmir. Located two hundred and fifty kilometers from Jammu, the winter capital …

  • Pak orders citizens to submit fingerprints or lose mobile …

    Washington, Feb 27 (ANI): Authorities in Pakistan have reportedly issued an ultimatum to all cell phone users in the country, asking them to either verify their identity by submitting their fingerprints to the government or lose their mobile phone services. According to Mashable, mobile use in Pakistan has skyrocketed over the past decade, and the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority estimates that more than 100 million citizens use cell phones. Officials say that they hope to prevent similar attacks in the future by ensuring that every SIM card in Pakistan is traceable to an identity and a set of fingerprints, the report added.

  • FCC approves net neutrality rules

    London, Feb 27 (ANI): The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has reportedly approved net neutrality rules that will prohibit paid prioritisation, and the blocking and throttling of lawful content and services in the United States, a report said. The changes proposed by Chairman Tom Wheeler got the commission's nod after three commissioners voted in favour as opposed to two who voted against it, reported the BBC. The U.S. Telecommunications Industry Association has asked broadband providers to "immediately" take legal action over the rule changes. The guidelines would prevent broadband providers from blocking or speeding up internet connections for a fee, stifle paid prioritization and interconnection deals where content companies pay broadband providers to connect to their networks …

  • Only 38 percent worldwide have ever used the net

    The study, titled "State of Connectivity: 2014 - A Report on Global Internet Access" and published Wednesday, examines the current state of global internet connectivity and looks at who is connected, who is not and why. The study put the number of internet users in early 2015 at three billion people, although that still means that 60 percent of the global population has never connected to the web from a computer or mobile device. The study also found that the rate of growth in internet adoption slowed in 2014 for the fourth year in a row and has fallen from a growth rate of 14.7 percent in 2010 to just 6.6 percent last year. Because the rate of internet adoption is slowing, the number of people online will not reach four billion until 2019, according to the study.

  • Six Indians in Forbes 50 Asian power businesswomen list

    Punctuated by the Midas touch of China's Alibaba, the list also includes two rapidly growing economies. To make the list, candidates have to be active in the upper echelons of the business world in Asia, wield significant power and have access to robust financial resources, according to Forbes.

  • Facebook updates feature for suicide prevention

    Facebook will then offer options to contact the friend, contact another friend for support or contact a suicide helpline, reported LA Times. The social network partnered with mental health organisations Forefront, Now Matters Now, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and Save.org to develop the tool. "One of the first things these organisations discussed with us was how much connecting with people who care can help those in distress," Facebook product manager Rob Boyle and community operations safety specialist Nicole Staubli wrote in a Facebook post. Facebook has given users a way to report potentially suicidal content since 2011, but the previous feature required users to upload screenshots or a link of the post to the company's suicide prevention page.

  • Four bombs explode in Cairo, one killed

    One person was killed and two were wounded when a bomb exploded outside a restaurant in the residential Imbaba district of Cairo on Thursday, the Egyptian Interior Ministry said in a statement. Three other bombs exploded in the nearby and mainly middle-class district of Mohandeseen, the interior ministry said. While most of the worst attacks in Egypt have hit the Sinai peninsula, a remote but strategic region bordering Gaza, Israel and the Suez Canal, smaller blasts have become increasingly common in Cairo and other cities.

  • Gemalto says NSA-GCHQ cyber attack did not involve 'massive …

    Washington, Feb 26 (ANI): Gemalto, the world's biggest maker of SIM cards for mobile phones, has reportedly revealed that it has "reasonable grounds" to believe that the National Security Agency and Britain's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) breached its network in 2010 and 2011 but added that it does not believe that the consequences of the attack were as far-reaching as had been reported earlier. The Netherlands-based company said that the cyber attack could not have resulted in a "massive theft" of SIM encryption keys and added that in the case of an eventual key theft, the intelligence agencies would only be able to spy on second generation 2G mobile networks as 3G and 4G networks are not vulnerable to this type of attack, reported TechCrunch. The statement was published …

  • Foreign Rail Technology Cooperation Scheme to be launch …

    New Delhi, Feb. 26 (ANI): Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu on Thursday said that Foreign Rail Technology Cooperation Scheme would be launched to help in technology upgradation. "We intend to introduce technology portal to invite innovative technological solutions. We propose to launch Foreign Rail Technology Cooperation Scheme and we will set up 'Kayakalp' to help in technology upgradation," he said.

  • U.S. charges three with conspiring to support Islamic S …

    By Joseph Ax NEW YORK (Reuters) - Three men were charged on Wednesday with conspiring to support Islamic State, including two who planned to travel to Syria to fight on behalf of the radical group, U.S. authorities said. One of the men, Akhror Saidakhmetov, 19, of Kazakhstan, was arrested on Wednesday at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, where authorities said he was attempting to board a flight to Turkey on his way to Syria. Another defendant, Abdurasul Hasanovich Juraboev, 24, of Uzbekistan, previously purchased a ticket for a March flight to Istanbul, said Loretta Lynch, U.S. Attorney in Brooklyn. Abror Habibov, 30, of Uzbekistan, was accused of funding Saidakhmetov's efforts.