- World NewsUK teens world's most 'extreme internet users'
More than one in three British teenagers are "extreme internet users" who spend at least six hours a day online, according to a report.3 years agoTech NewsFacebook's Internet drone Aquila successfully completed the test, rises in the sky
Facebook's solar-powered drone Aquila that will beam the Internet down to the estimated four billion people worldwide, has successfully completed the second full-scale test flight, the social networking site said on Friday.3 years agoTech NewsFacebook's solar-powered internet drone Aquila completes test flight
Facebook's solar-powered drone Aquila that will beam Internet down to the estimated four billion people worldwide, has successfully completed the second full-scale test flight, the social networking site said on Friday.3 years agoTech NewsVietnam, Indonesia have much faster internet connection speed than India,says Report
The average mobile connection speeds ranged from a high of 26 Mbps in Britain to a low of 2.8 Mbps in Venezuela. Germany had the highest peak mobile connection speed at 200 Mbps in the first quarter.3 years agoTech NewsAirtel 4G Is Fastest in India, Jio Most Widespread: OpenSignal
Bharti Airtel has the fastest download speed3 years agoTech News'Made for India' Skype Lite app launched at "Future Decoded"
Microsoft on Wednesday launched Skype Lite, an exclusive "Made for India" app to provide seamless experience in messaging, audio and video calling even at lower bandwidths.3 years agoCompaniesNeed to simplify ways for online safety: Google India
Many internet users in India are coming online for the first time and there is a need to simplify ways to make them safe, a Google executive said here on Tuesday.3 years agoTech NewsChina has 731 million internet users, roughly the size of Europe's population
China has 731 million internet users, roughly the size of Europe's population, according to a report.3 years agoTech NewsOver 50% parents don't allow internet access to their kids: Study
While 40 per cent of Indian parents allowed their children to access the internet before age 11, 54 per cent of them fear that their children are more likely to be bullied online than on a playground, a Norton by Symantec study revealed on Monday.3 years agoTech NewsSocial media responsible for over time spent on mobiles: Report
Time spent on social and messaging apps grew by an astounding 394 per cent over the last year, proving to be the driver that helped mobiles achieve year-over-year time-spent growth of 69 per cent globally, a report by Yahoo-owned research firm Flurry said on Friday.3 years agoTop Stories