New York, Jan 19 (IANS) Accusing Facebook of racial bias in hate speech censorships, 77 advocacy groups have written a letter to the social media giant asking it to be more transparent about its censorship decisions.
Want your children to have enhanced perception of pitch in music? Give them Mandarin lessons, a study suggests.
Apple has updated its music creation apps -- GarageBand -- for iOS 2.2 and Logic Pro X 10.3 -- with new features for music makers on iPhone, iPad and Mac.
President-elect Donald Trump said that while he doesn't like Twitter, he will continue to use it from the White House because is the only way he can "counteract dishonest press", media reports said.
Judges in the British Supreme Court will deliver their ruling on January 24 over who should decide on Britain's Brexit measures.
An Indian-American man has been sentenced to 20 months in prison for a $1 million insider trading scheme involving the failed Apollo Tyres bid to takeover Cooper Tire, prosecutors said on Wednesday.
An extremely rare jewelled flask given to Clive of India after the Battle of Plassey in 1757, now has a temporary export bar placed on it by the British government.
Facebook is integrating the Messenger app into its desktop version, giving an all new messaging experience to the desktop users.
In a bid to help developers build better apps and grow their business, Google has acquired Twitter's mobile app developer platform Fabric.
The American Press Corps, White House journalists, in an open letter to President-elect Donald Trump has said that it is the reporters and not him who will set the rules and decide what to serve the readers.
Three strong earthquakes rocked central Italy on Monday with the tremors being felt in Rome.
On social media platforms like Facebook, WhatsApp or Instagram, emojis and emoticons have replaced non-verbal cues like facial movements, voice pitch and other gestures to clarify a message, a study has found.
Former US President George H.W. Bush was on Wednesday hospitalised here in Texas, his office chief of staff Jean Becker said.
NASA is considering to acquire two seats on the Russian Soyuz spacecrafts to transport crews for missions in 2017 and 2018 to the International Space Station (ISS), media reported.