'Information stored in the app can provide a useful history to discuss with health care providers who can then provide much more individualised advice, particularly with breastfeeding," Miller said.
A Chinese state sponsored hacking group, APT20, has been found bypassing two-factor authentication (2FA) in a recent wave of attacks, security researchers at the Dutch cyber-security firm Fox-IT have warned.
Here are a few easy-to-execute steps from Barry Cook, Privacy and Group Data Protection Officer at visa service provider VFS Global, that will help you keep your data safe this Christmas and New Year.
Tech giant Google has issued warning of data breach for users in India after fixing the Chrome 79 bug, urging them to immediately change their passwords on websites that have been affected.
The tool, developed by researchers at the University of Waterloo in Canada, uses deep-learning AI algorithms to determine if claims made in posts or stories are supported by other posts and stories on the same subject.
To further accelerate industry migration toward open security, IBM is also spearheading open-source projects to make security tools work together natively across the security ecosystem.
Leading knowledge sharing platform Quora on Friday announced it has hired Gurmit Singh as its India GM to lead business growth in the market which has over 70 million monthly unique visitors in English.
Do you know why Jeff Bezos decided to sell books, and not CDs, online 22 years ago? A rediscovered 1997 video has revealed why the richest man of Earth chose books over CDs to be Amazon's first product.
Elon Musk-run SpaceX has launched 60 "Starlink" satellites into low-Earth orbit from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida that will bring cheaper Internet access to the world.
Google is reportedly gathering health information of millions of US citizens -- without informing them or their doctors -- to design an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven software, the media reported.
Content creators have criticised new Terms of Service from Google-owned YouTube that gives the company power to terminate account access for users if it deems the account is 'no longer commercially viable'.
According to the tech giant, Gupta will contribute to the company's ongoing efforts to expand the Internet ecosystem in the country, driving Internet adoption among consumers and businesses and accelerating innovation.
The cult comedy 'Andaz Apna Apna', starring Aamir Khan and Salman Khan, released 25 years ago on November 4, and the film became a trending topic all through.
The report also revealed that phishing is no longer just an email-based threat, but has expanded to include social media and mobile devices, creating a wide-reaching problem that touches all industries.
'Government agencies have a well-established protocol for an interception from highly ranked officials in Central and state governments for clearly stated reasons in the national interest,' he had said.
The policy formulated by India in 2013 towards cyber security looks more like a failed model in the current scenario. While India ranked 23 in global security arrangements in 2017, Britain was several places ahead at 12.
Global cybersecurity company Check Point on Thursday said after a five-month research project, it exposed Phorpiex (aka Trik) botnet that is using people to unknowingly send 30,000 sextortion emails per hour.
'We are thrilled to be an open-innovation partner to Nokia to work on innovative and creative 5G use cases,' K R Sanjiv, Chief technology Officer, Wipro, said in a statement.
After the above mentioned date, Google will only approve new devices running the latest Android version, Android 10 and the company will stop approving new devices running Android 9 Pie.
According to Smith, governments should be more circumspect and careful when considering tactics that make a point through criminal prosecutions or other serious legal actions against specific firms of individuals'.
The settlement requires Google and YouTube to pay $136 million to the FTC and $34 million to New York for allegedly violating the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Rule.
The database included 133 million records of US-based Facebook users, 18 million records of UK users and more than 50 million records of users in Vietnam, TechCrunch reported on Wednesday.
Information disclosure and remote code execution will be awarded between $1,000 and $10,000 and elevation of privilege will rake in between $5,000 to $15,000, Digital Trends reported on Sunday.
Four Twitter handles have been suspended after the government told Twitter to remove certain accounts linked to people from outside Jammu and Kashmir which are spreading rumours on the platform, said sources on Monday.