A big question is about, who is the owner of Internet and the answer is no one unfortunately and secondly if you think of the Internet as a unified, single entity, then no one owns it. There are organizations that determine the Internet’s structure and how it works, but they don’t have any ownership over the Internet itself. No government can lay claim to owning the Internet, nor can any company but there are many hundreds of root servers at over 130 physical locations in many different countries. There are twelve organisations responsible for the overall coordination of the management of these servers.
The recent news on revealing the identity of Kathua minor rape victim,where India has been branded, the Delhi High Court has issue notice to Internet giants Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Bing by taking a strong on it. Says, you have done a great disservice to the nation. It is an injustice to the nation and to the victim’s family. This kind of publication is not permissible,” a bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice Hari Shankar was quoted…..Read More
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and the country’s Other Privacy Commissioner are investigating Google regarding the claims that it collects user data from Android smartphones.
* Google is reportedly collecting around 1GB of data per month from Android devices in Australia, containing detailed location data.
This comes after US-based software company Oracle apparently discovered that Google may be collecting around 1GB of user data per month from Android phones in Austrailia.
This reportedly includes location information, even where location services are turned off, with no apps installed, and where no SIM card is inserted.Google has mapped IP addresses, Wi-Fi connection points, and mobile towers, which allow it to know where a device is connecting or attempting to connect without using the phone’s location service….Read More
One97 Communications Limited that owns the brand Paytm has further unified bank transfers for its customers with the new “My Payments” feature on its app. This will enable Paytm users to make recurring, high-value payment and other monthly expenses in an instant. Using the Paytm app, Bank Transfers can be done from any Bank Account to any Bank Account, making it easier for customers to make payments at 0% charge. Even non-KYC Paytm users can avail this facility.
With this new addition to its multilingual app, the company is confident of a substantial increase in the Bank Transfers transactions on its platform. Paytm is aiming to process Rs.60,000 crore in monthly Bank Transfers alone by the end of this year. It has been aggressively educating its users to link their bank accounts and experience instant and secure Bank Transfers for a wide variety of regular use-cases like house rent, business payments, fee, salaries and peer-to-peer payments among others, while emerge as a one-stop solution for all payments and bank transfer needs. The company is also planning to invest Rs.5,000 crore in its core business, expecting to increase the number of transactions from 1 billion to 2 billion this year…..Read More
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced HPE SimpliVity 380 with Microsoft Hyper-V and new SimpliVity integration partner solutions as a Citrix WorkSpace Appliance Partner. The new offerings expand customer hypervisor options and simplify and enhance the ability to provide high-performance virtual applications and desktops, making it faster and easier to deliver secure digital workspaces in today’s hybrid cloud world.
HPE SimpliVity 380 with Microsoft Hyper-V provides businesses with an easier IT infrastructure solution, simplifying the data center by converging servers, storage and storage networking into one simple to manage, software-defined platform. The result is increased business agility and economics of the cloud in an on-premises solution. The pre-integrated, all-flash, hyperconverged building block simplifies IT by combining all infrastructure and advanced data services for virtualized workloads, including VM-centric management and mobility, data protection and guaranteed data efficiency.
“As more Microsoft customers move toward hybrid infrastructure, it is vital to have a platform that can manage distributed systems across heterogeneous infrastructure. Furthermore, it is important for us to have a partner ecosystem giving our customers a choice of platforms. Integration of HPE SimpliVity with Windows Server 2016 and Microsoft Hyper-V makes this a reality,” said Erin Chapple, General Manager of Windows Server, Microsoft. “We are excited to have a strong partner like HPE build on Microsoft Hyper-V, giving our customers the freedom to choose between virtualization platforms for workloads and data.”….Read More
Realme, the new e-commerce sub-brand of smartphone giant OPPO, has launched its first device, Realme 1, targeted at the youth of the country. The phone comes with the world’s first 12nm AI CPU MediaTek Helio P60 together with AI Shot Technology and a huge 6GB RAM+128GB ROM storage version, offering the highest cost to value product in India. The 6.0” FHD+ Full Screen of Realme 1 is complemented by an “Art of Light” design in Diamond black, with exquisite details crafted for young users.
Realme 1 will be exclusively available from May 25, 12 noon on India’s largest marketplace, Amazon.in, with the 3GB RAM+32GB ROM version priced at Rs.8,990 and the 6GB RAM+128GB ROM version price at Rs.13,990 in Diamond Black and Solar Red. A third variant of Realme1 with 4GB RAM+64GB ROM, available in Moonlight Silver and Diamond Black priced at Rs.10,990 will go online for sale in June this year.
Realme 1 buyers will be offered a No-Cost EMI on Amazon.in with exciting offers for SBI cardholders, 5% cashback, and for Jio customers a cashback of Rs.4,850. Realme 1 buyers will also be offered Amazon Prime deliveries for their orders….Read More
Coolpad has announced that its unit has sued three group firms of Xiaomi for several patent infringements. Coolpad said in a statement that its subsidiary, Yulong Computer Telecommunication Scientific (Shenzhen) Co. Limited has filed a lawsuit against Xiaomi Telecom Technology Co, Xiaomi Technology Co and Xiaomi Factory Co., in a court in Jiangsu province for using its patents without authorization.
Yulong demanded that the Xiaomi companies should immediately stop production or offering for sale and current sale of some of the smartphone models, including Xiaomi 6, Xiaomi Max2, Xiaomi Note3, Xiaomi 5X, Redmi Note4X and Mi MIX2. Yulong had filed a similar legal case against Xiaomi in a Shenzhen court in January 2018 as well. The patents involved in this lawsuit are systematic interactions or UI type patents. They all involve basic communication, display and interactive functions of mobile phones, and are difficult to circumvented or replaced.
“It is because the IP (intellectual property) protection environment in China has improved, Coolpad launched the lawsuit in January this year,” Coolpad’s Global Chief Patent Officer Nancy Zhang told a press conference on Friday. Coolpad has alleged that Xiaomi violated its patented multi-SIM card design and other technology related to user interface. It demanded that Xiaomi compensate it for losses due to the alleged infringements…..Read More
VMware announced the appointment of Ramkumar Narayanan as the Vice President and Managing Site Director, India. In his new role, Ramkumar will be heading VMware’s R&D Center in India.
Niranjan Maka, Vice President (Global Sites R&D and IoT Engineering) said, “We are delighted to have Ram onboard the VMware team. He is an experienced engineering and business leader in data-driven digital product innovation spanning global enterprise and consumer industries. His extensive experience in product development, product management and product marketing will bring tremendous value to our R&D efforts. As an engineering industry veteran with experience as technology advisor to large and small enterprises he will play a crucial role in driving VMware India’s innovation and growth in the years to come.”
Based out of Bangalore, Ramkumar Narayanan is a global leader focusing on data driven, digital product innovation spanning consumer and enterprise markets. Before joining VMware, he was the General Manager of eBay Product Development Center, India and Global Head of Monetization Products, responsible for generating the revenues for eBay. Prior to joining eBay, Ramkumar Narayanan was the Vice President of Global Product Management in Yahoo where he was accountable for leading Product Management, Product Marketing and User Experience Design globally covering Search, Commerce, Advertising, Small Business and Emerging Markets…..Read More