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Reliance Jio launches JioPages web browser with support for 8 Indian languages: A look at all the features

Dell Vostro Power New Possibilities | Dell PCs starting at Rs.35,990* Click here to know more Advertisements Jio has launched its own web browser called JioPages. The web browser is available on Android only as of now and users can download it from the Google PlayStore. The press release sent by Jio reads, “While keeping privacy at the core of the browser, JioPages provides superior performance when compared to its peers. It is built on the powerful Chromium Blink engine, it… Source link

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Reliance Jio launches a web browser called JioPages with support for eight Indian languages- Technology News, Firstpost

tech2 News StaffOct 22, 2020 11:00:26 IST Reliance Jio has launched its own web browser based on the Chromium Blink engine called JioPages. According to the company, this browser comes with Emoji domain support, encrypted connection and support for eight Indian languages including Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Bengali. JioPages is aimed at users in India and is now available on Google Play Store. It will come with personalised home screen which will allow… Source link

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Reliance Jio unveils made in India browser JioPages for Android users 

Reliance Jio has unveiled its own made-in-India web browser called JioPages. The company has said that the new browser focuses on data privacy and gives control o users of their information. Reliance has also claimed that when it comes to performance, JioPages performs better than its peers. Talking about its browser, Reliance said in a statement, “While keeping privacy at the core of the browser, JioPages provides superior performance when compared to its peers. It is built on the powerful… Source link

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U.S. FCC lawyer says agency can change rules on social media liability shield, Telecom News, ET Telecom

By David Shepardson WASHINGTON: The top lawyer at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said Wednesday the telecommunications regulator has legal authority to redefine the immunity shield protecting social media companies that could make it easier for users to file lawsuits challenging content removal decisions. In July, President Donald Trump’s administration asked the agency to limit protections for social media companies under Section 230, a provision of the 1996 Communications… Source link

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Microsoft president, Telecom News, ET Telecom

Microsoft President Brad Smith on left. (file photo) LONDON: Democracies around the world are under a constant barrage of cyberattacks that must be identified, called out and stopped, Microsoft President Brad Smith told a gathering of security and defence officials on Wednesday. Speaking at the Atlantic Future Forum, Smith named Russia, China, Iran and North Korea as the states most frequently engaged in malicious cyberattacks targeting elections and the domestic politics of other… Source link

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United States vs Google vindicates old antitrust gripes from Microsoft, Telecom News, ET Telecom

By Paresh DaveOAKLAND: The U.S. government’s antitrust suit against Alphabet Inc’s Google on Tuesday could deliver a huge opportunity for Microsoft Corp to increase usage of its Bing search engine, an unexpected epilogue years after it abandoned a long campaign for legal relief. From at least 2007 through 2015, Microsoft lobbied lawmakers, funded private lawsuits, commissioned opposition research and academic papers and even ran TV commercials, all with the aim of getting regulators to bar… Source link

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Bloomberg, Telecom News, ET Telecom

Huawei Technologies Co and several other Chinese tech firms have raised concerns to local regulators about chipmaker Nvidia Corp’s deal to buy UK-based chip designer Arm Ltd, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday. The tech firms have been lobbying the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) to either reject the transaction or impose conditions, which will ensure their access to Arm technology, the report said, citing people familiar with the matter. One of the major concerns of these… Source link

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Google on lawsuit, Telecom News, ET Telecom

Stressing that this is not the dial-up 1990s when changing services was slow and difficult and often required to buy and install software with a CD-ROM, Google has vehemently defended its position after the US Department of Justice and 11 state Attorneys General sued the tech giant for allegedly abusing its market position in the domain of online search. Claiming that the lawsuit relies on dubious antitrust arguments, Google said that like countless other businesses, the company pays to… Source link

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Tariff shelter must be temporary, Telecom News, ET Telecom

The reported move to have a sunset date for high import tariffs on electronic products like mobile phones and TVs makes perfect sense. Artificial value addition behind high tariff walls enriches a few while impoverishing the citizenry, with high costs, obsolescence and incapacity to compete globally. Reportedly, high tariffs to boost domestic production would have a 4-5-year term limit. In tandem, what’s surely required are innovative industrial and technology policies for Indian producers… Source link

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