Japanese billionaire and online fashion tycoon Yusaku Maezawa has posted an invitation on Twitter for eight people to join him on a private lunar expedition. He was announced in 2018 as the first man to book a spot aboard the lunar spaceship being developed by SpaceX.
With startup culture thriving in India and the need for ‘going local’ becoming increasingly popular, we take a look at all the hottest tech startups grabbing headlines in the country. Gadgets 360 talks to Dunzo co-founder Kabeer Biswas to know of the company’s history, growth, and future plans. We also talk to experts to understand […]
Google Chrome is rolling out an update that will allow users to customise user profiles on the browser. These profiles can be differentiated with themes and backgrounds, and will allow users to create a personal space for them in the browser itself making it easy to tell at a glance whether you’re logged in or […]
Samsung Galaxy A50s has started receiving the January 2021 security patch in India with the latest firmware update, which also brings camera improvements and features like Single Take, Night Hyperlapse, and My Filters.
Microsoft Mesh has been launched as a mixed reality platform that allows users to appear as holograms when they meet virtually using augmented reality glasses such as the company’s HoloLens. Microsoft Mesh is powered by Azure cloud computing systems that combine data centre processing power with artificial intelligence.
Microsoft said that a “highly skilled and sophisticated” state-sponsored group operating from China has been trying to steal information from a number of American targets, including universities, defence contractors, law firms, and infectious-disease researchers. It said that a hacking group exploited a bug in its Exchange Server software to gain access.
The government says that it is ready to offer incentives to ensure that the manufacturing cost of vehicles for Tesla in India would be lower than even China. Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said: “Rather than assembling (the cars) in India they should make the entire product in the country by hiring local vendors. Then […]
Amazon Prime Video streaming service on Tuesday issued an apology to its viewers for scenes in its original political drama series Tandav that allegedly offended Hindu religious beliefs. In a statement titled "Amazon Prime Video Apologizes", the company said it deeply regrets viewers considered certain scenes to be objectionable.