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Facebook mentions Kashmir as separate country in blog, corrects it

Facebook apologised for erroneously naming Kashmir as a separate country in a blog post that mentioned countries targeted by an Iranian network and said it has removed the…

“Officials Will Be Jailed”: Top Court On ‘Arrests’ Under Scrapped IT Law

NEW DELHI:  The Supreme Court today strongly criticised the government for not preventing arrests under a scrapped section of a law that deals with cybercrime and e-commerce. It…

How This Entrepreneur Invested $15,000 In Her Startup And Sold It For $25 Million

Julie ClarkJulie Clark What’s the formula for creating a lean startup that becomes a national movement and attracts eight figure offers? Julie Clark was a mompreneur and woman…

Headphone jack check: Huawei Mate 20 will have it, Mate 20 Pro will not

The “will they, won’t they” saga regarding the Huawei Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro’s 3.5mm headphone jacks will not be officially resolved until October 16. Still, the rumor…

Station F Is The World’s Biggest Startup Incubator, Could It Also Become The Best?

Station F Director Roxanne Varza. Photo courtesy of ERIC PIERMONT/AFP/Getty Images. Sprawling across 366,000 square feet, Station F in France is the biggest startup incubator in the world….

How Are India’s Biggest EdTech Startups Winning Students? By Treating It Like A Game

For every teacher, there are often 30 or more students in an average Indian school classroom. (Prasad Gori/Hindustan Times via Getty Images) Not everyone excels or develops in…

Debt funding: Is it possible to lend to startups at 8-9% interest rates? 

Availability of debt funding at affordable rates remains a challenge for startups. Is it possible for financial institutions to lend to startups at 8-9% interest rates? On the panel this week are…

Why IT Hardware Firms Are Shifting to Software-Based Revenue Models

IBM had to do it. Oracle is in the process of doing it. Lots of other companies should have done it but couldn’t. We’re talking about vendors making…

iOS 11 Reportedly Has a New Autocorrect Bug, Changes ‘It’ to ‘I.T’

HIGHLIGHTS Apple has so far not acknowledged the issue It had suggested a workaround for the last ‘autocorrect’ bug Users have been complaining about the issue since September…

Net Neutrality Explained: What It Means (and Why It Matters)

After signaling that it would for months, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday revealed its plan to dismantle regulations that ensure equal access to the Internet, a…