Android Malware Infecting 60 Apps With Over 100 Million Downloads Discovered on Google Play Store: Details

A new Android malware has been discovered by a team of security researchers at McAfee. The malware, dubbed ‘Goldoson’, has infected 60 apps that have a total of over 100 million downloads on the Google Play Store. It can collect data on installed apps, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-connected devices, and track location. Also, it can perform ad … Read more

Sid Meier’s Railroads Review: Classic Tycoon Game, Impressively Ported to Mobile

Originally launched in 2006, Sid Meier’s Railroads was the fourth and final installation in the Railroad Tycoon series and set high standards for the ‘Tycoon’ genre of games. Although Sid Meier might be better known for the Civilization series of empire-building simulation games, I consider the Railroad Tycoon series to be his best work, and … Read more

Microsoft Adds Bing AI Chatbot to SwiftKey Keyboard on Android and iOS: All Details

Microsoft SwiftKey keyboard app is getting the new AI-powered Bing chat search engine based on the Generative Pre-trained Transformer (GPT) technology. With this latest integration, users can chat with the bot directly from their mobile keyboard, customise their texts and search for things without swapping between apps. Bing offers three new key features on SwiftKey … Read more

Google Fined $32 Million by South Korea Antitrust Regulator for Blocking Mobile Games on Competing Platform

South Korea’s antitrust regulator has fined Alphabet’s Google KRW 42.1 billion ($31.88 million, roughly Rs. 262 crore) for blocking the release of mobile video games on a competitor’s platform. The Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) said on Tuesday that Google bolstered its market dominance, and hurt the local app market One Store’s revenue and value … Read more

Twitter Will Finally Remove Legacy Blue Check Marks on April 20, Says Elon Musk

Elon Musk on Tuesday set a deadline for purging legacy blue check-marks from Twitter accounts verified under the company’s previous regime. “Final date for removing legacy Blue checks is 4/20,” tweeted billionaire owner of Twitter, Musk. This means that if you have a legacy verified account on Twitter with a blue mark, you will have … Read more

Microsoft Adds Bing Chat AI to SwiftKey Keyboard for Android: All Details

Microsoft has now introduced the Bing chatbot to the SwiftKey keyboard on Android devices. This will let users chat with Bing on any app that uses SwiftKey. The new feature is rolling out to SwiftKey beta users. With the latest integration, users will be able to rewrite any text right within the keyboard as well … Read more

Indian Startups Demand Probe on Google for Bypassing Antitrust Directive, Charging High Service Fee

Top startups in India have called on the country’s competition watchdog to launch an inquiry into Alphabet’s Google for allegedly bypassing an antitrust directive by charging a high service fee for in-app payments, a filing shows. The Alliance of Digital India Foundation (ADIF) filing marks the latest tussle between Google and Indian startups, which have … Read more

Google Nearby Share Feature to Allow Transfer of Files Between Windows PC, Android Devices

Google’s Nearby Share feature, already available on Android phones and Chromebooks, has now been extended to Windows PC in a beta version. The feature, which works like Apple’s Airdrop, will sync Android phones and other Android devices to Windows PCs to make file sharing seamless and quick. The app is available to download from Google’s … Read more

Asphalt 9: Legends Adds the Lamborghini Revuelto to Coincide With Real-World Release

Asphalt 9: Legends has added the brand-new Lamborghini Revuelto to its already impressive roster of supercars. The Italian manufacturer’s newest flagship V12 hybrid car was introduced on Thursday, March 30, making Asphalt 9: Legends the first and only video game for now to feature it. Starting today, players can participate in an exclusive challenge to … Read more

Google Gets Relief in Android Antitrust Case in India, Tribunal Sets Aside CCI Order on Third-Party App Stores

An Indian tribunal on Wednesday gave partial relief to Alphabet Inc’s Google by setting aside four of 10 antitrust directives in a case related to the dominant market position of its Android operating system. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) said in October that Google had exploited its dominant position in Android and told it … Read more