Google plans to bring the high-speed Wi-Fi in 400 train stations across India

Google announced a new project to provide high-speed public Wi-Fi in 400 train stations across India. The project is announced on the occasion of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Google’s U.S. headquarters, and in line with Digital India initiative. “When I was a student, I relished the day-long railway journey I would make … Continue reading “Google plans to bring the high-speed Wi-Fi in 400 train stations across India”

Wikipedia blocks 381 user accounts for “black hat” editing

Wikipedia have announced that they have blocked 381 user accounts for “black hat” editing after weeks of investigation. The accounts were engaged in undisclosed paid advocacy—the practice of accepting or charging money to promote external interests on Wikipedia without revealing their affiliation, in violation of Wikimedia’s Terms of Use. The editors issued these blocks as … Continue reading “Wikipedia blocks 381 user accounts for “black hat” editing”

LastPass app is now available for free on mobile devices

LastPass announced that new users can get started with LastPass for free, on any device, including mobile devices. You can then upgrade to Premium to enjoy unlimited sync across all your devices. LastPass is a password manager that saves your passwords and gives you secure access to them from every computer and mobile device. Just … Continue reading “LastPass app is now available for free on mobile devices”

Twitter launches 4 new Indian languages

Twitter is now available in Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi and Tamil languages, on the web and Android. Thus now twitter supports totally six Indian languages, since Hindi and Bengali have been available for more than a year. This update not only allows you to tweet in those languages but also customize the interface buttons like tweet, … Continue reading “Twitter launches 4 new Indian languages”

Gmail allows us to use hundreds of more themes and emoji

Google has updated its web-based email service “Gmail” with new emoji and more themes. It aimed at making the Gmail to feel just as personal and fun. Themes have been an important part of Gmail ever since Google launched them back in 2008. It allows you to personalize your inbox with fun backgrounds, and helping … Continue reading “Gmail allows us to use hundreds of more themes and emoji”