• 11:54 Apr 26, 2019

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Justdial security breach leaks data of 100 million users

An independent security researcher by the name of Rajshekhar Rajaharia has revealed a major security flaw inside Justdial’s search engine database exposing personal data of 100 million registered users. Of the affected users, 70 percent of this information has been collected by just ringing up JustDial’s number “88888 88888”.

TikTok application is no longer available on Google Play Store and Apple App Store

The move comes right after Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology letter sent to Google and Apple to abide by the court order to prohibit the download of TiTok mobile application.

Airtel TV app rolls out Special Election 2019 Section

Airtel TV app’s ‘Election 2019’ section will have state wise election updates in eight regional languages.

Google Pay is adding a new currency - Gold, only for users in India

Google has partnered with MMTC-PAMP India who is a recognised entity for metal and mining. Users will be able to acquire 24-karat using the Google Pay app. Users can also sell their purchased gold at a later time for the latest price which is refreshed in an interval of 1 minute.

Google Duo starts rolling out data saving mode for its Android user base

The mode will basically reduce the video quality in order to save some data. In order to check for the latest update, users can go to the application and Open Settings.

Reborn 3 Desktop web browser with inbuilt Crypto Wallet launched

Starting today, users can type in the address of a Web 3 application into the address bar of the Opera computer browser and they will be able to explore Web 3. The web browser also adds a new Crypto Wallet which syncs between the PC and smartphone of users so that wallet keys never leave the users’ smartphones.

Netflix officially withdraws Apple Airplay support on iPhones, iPads

Starting today, iPhone and iPad users would no longer be able to instantly share whatever they’re watching on their iPad and iPhone directly on their TV, essentially Apple TV. This is because Netflix isn't able to distinguish between Apple devices and other device supporting Apple Airplay.

Voot expands its services in India, eyes 100 million active users

The company will introduce 30 original shows and it will introduce four new services for its advertisers and audience.

Google Assistant now shows improved visual answers, adds in-app tools

The update adds a little more graphics detail to queries with larger cards with relevant information. This comes as a move to minimise the number of questions that you might need to follow up with for a single query which will need you to speak or enter more parameters when asking a question.

Netflix testing weekly subscriptions plan in India, starting at Rs 65

Netflix’s new Rs 65 weekly subscription will offer individual viewing only on mobile devices. What this essentially means is that users will only be able to access Netflix’s content through their smartphones and tablets and no on laptops, PCs or TVs. Netflix is also trying out three more weekly plans - Rs 125 Basic plan, Rs 165 Standard plan and Rs 200 Premium plan.