Google, as a part of the Safer Internet Day 2016, has tightened the security for its Gmail service. The search giant will now flag those email providers that don't support Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption, which is aimed at ensuring a connection is secure before exchanging data between server ad client. Emails sent using such mail services will be flagged with a red broken lock icon on the top-right corner of the mail.
Smartphone shipments in the country grew 23.3% to touch 100 million units during 2015, compared to 81.1 million devices in the previous year, a report by Counterpoint Research said.
Since it launched in 2013, Product Hunt has become the go-to place to find the next big app, gadget, or service.
Here’s how it works.
A new tech product gets added, and then people vote on whether they like it or not. In this way, the site functions a bit like Reddit, though there is a heavy element of curation by Product Hunt’s team, which decides what gets featured on various pages.
It was such and more questions and experiences that formed the bigger part of the meet-up held by web developers in Uganda. Web development is a recent venture in Uganda with barely two decades old. A few years back, Information Technology, IT, was the in thing.
Ever since Microsoft launched the Windows 10 operating system in July last year, it has consistently campaigned for PC users to make the upgrade from Windows 7.
When Co-founder, Jawad Qureshi announced that iDROID USA would be releasing a revolutionary Luganda phone, consumers waited with bated breath for a phone that would deliver all the features in their local native language. Anticipation grew, just as Jawad knew it would, as December approached.
Dell has apologised to customers for deliberately shipping new computers with an inherently insecure support tool and has provided a removal tool to fix affected machines.