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Diesel Full Guard 2.5 Wear OS Smartwatch Launched

Diesel announced the launch of its latest premium touchscreen smartwatch - the Diesel Full Guard 2.5 in India. With Diesel's trademark bold design, key highlights...

Facebook Suspends Hundreds of Apps

Facebook said it has suspended more than 400 of thousands of applications it has investigated to determine whether people's personal information was being improperly...

T-Mobile Data Breach Hits Over 2 Million Customers

T-Mobile revealed that the personal details of “a small percentage” of customers were exposed after hackers gained access to its systems. According to the company,...

Lenovo Unveils 5 Budget Android Tablets

Lenovo has made official five budget Android tablets, with a price starting as low as $69.99 (roughly Rs. 4,900). The Android tablets come in...

Twitter Suspends Accounts Engaged in Manipulation

Twitter this week announced the suspension of a total of 770 accounts for “engaging in coordinated manipulation.” The suspensions were performed in two waves. One...

Instagram Introduces New Account Safety Features

Instagram this week announced new features to boost account security and provide users with increased visibility into accounts with a large number of followers. Instagram...

Email Impersonation Attacks Increase by 80%

The latest ESRA report from Mimecast indicates just why email attacks are so loved by cybercriminals, and why organizations need to take email security...

Global Information Security Spending to Cross $124 Billion in 2019: Gartner

Global spending on information security products and services is forecast to grow 8.7 percent to reach $124 billion in 2019, a new report has...

Meta Networks and Talari Networks Partner

Meta Networks Ltd. today announced a strategic partnership with Talari Networks. With this new alliance, Talari customers have the option of using Meta’s Network-as-a-Service...

Facebook Pulls Security App From Apple Store

Facebook has pulled one of its own products from Apple's app store because it didn't want to stop tracking what people were doing on...
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