Kim Dotcom’s claims of MEGA being a privacy company have been echoed as the company has recently been announced as a winner at ANZIA under privacy category.
Users started reporting issues with IMAP support on Outlook.com almost immediately after it was announced officially last week.
After a series of troublesome crowdfunding campaigns, PayPal has heeded to the fact that its policies are not apt for such projects and that a revamp is in order.
The long awaited feature is finally available on Outlook.com alongside the OAuth feature globally.
The new draft proposes to make the Internet a better place where unwarranted government snooping on communications is forbidden.
Aimed at facilitating a smarter digital distribution system the BitTorrent Bundle is going to be available as a closed alpha on September 24.
After successful run of IRCTC, the government is now targeting online bus ticket booking to rival the private bus booking services like RedBus.in
Known for his flamboyant ways of responding developers and their mistakes, Torvalds has yet again showed the same fervor while responding to a Change.org petition.
Google claims that its practice of reading emails to serve targeted ads is not illegal and that it should be allowed to do so.
Published on Wednesday, Yahoo’s Tumblr page showed off company’s new logo. Yahoo has adopted a new logo after 18 years since its formation and is a part of a makeover undertaken by Marissa Mayer.