BY MILAD HASSANDARVISH
An Indian student was sentenced to 12 months in prison, to be followed by one year of supervised release, for intentionally damaging computer equipment of a college in New York.
Snap, the makers of popular communication app dubbed Snapchat that has been competing against Facebook's Instagram for a long time, is set to expand its presence in India. The Santa Monica, California based company has opened an office in Mumbai to boost its developments for the region. It is also in plans to bring new content creators as well as local publishers and media companies to offer relevant Lenses, Publisher Stories, and Shows through the platform."Our goal is to continue to introduce our products to the Indian population and make it increasingly more validated for the vibrant and rich tapestry of culture that exists within the country," says Jared Grusd, Chief Strategy Officer, Snap, in a telephonic conversation with Gadgets 360.
"When your parents start to get calls and your daughter gets online threats, you know that no one wants to talk. There isn't going to be reason or rationale. Thugs will rule and thuggery will be the new way of life. Congratulations everyone on this new India and hope you all thrive," he wrote as he informed everyone that he was quitting the microblogging website.In another tweet, the critically acclaimed filmmaker signed off saying, "Wish you all the happiness and success. This would be my last tweet as I leave Twitter. When I won't be allowed to speak my mind without fear, then I would rather not speak at all. Goodbye."
According to Politico, drafts of the proposed order have been circulated internally at the White House. Sources say the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will be required to develop new regulations, as well as paring back some existing protections that social media companies use to avoid liability for content on their platforms.Specifically, the Trump administration is reportedly going after Section 230 of the Communications and Decency Act (part of the Telecommunications Act of 1996). Section 230 allows internet companies to qualify for legal immunity when taking down objectionable content as long as they are acting in good faith.
Members of Democratic Party mull tie up with anti establishment populists, but not everyone in the party supports such a partnership.
Since a planetary mission carried the first such mission that took place in the 1970s and a single camera, a lot of things have changed even though the two Viking Mars landers were successful wearing only a pair of imagers each. Now we can see how the science evolved as the Mars 2020 rover will have seven science cameras, nine engineering cameras, and another seven entry, descent, and landing cameras.These cameras will not only help the rover send scientists state of the art high resolution images for geological work but also allow it to navigate the Martian landscape without risking bumping into something. A few of these gadgets were tested and installed for the first time, according to NASA. They include the SuperCam, four Hazcams, two Navcams, and the two Mastcam Z cameras.
WISPA, which previously called for a public comment period, notes the series of agreements that T Mobile and Sprint entered into with the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) last month. Those conditions include the divestiture of certain spectrum assets to Dish Network. Prior to that, the companies committed to a number of conditions with the FCC, including 5G build out targets in rural areas. The Commission should take the additional step of inviting comment on the significant changes to the transaction that have recently occurred in order to ensure that the Commission has a full and complete record to determine whether and to what extent the transaction is consistent with the public interest, WISPA told the commisison (PDF). Taken together, the Conditions Letter and the Consent Decree propose changes to the rural broadband marketplace that could affect competition with smaller fixed broadband providers and eligibility for universal service high cost funding. The build out extensions also could impact the ability of small providers to access spectrum to provide fixed wireless services to consumers in rural areas.
Mahesh Babu gets birthday greetings, starts trending on twitter 3 days before his birthday
Huawei Technologies unveiled on Friday its proprietary operating system for smartphones and other devices, as U.S. trade restrictions imposed in May threaten to cut the Chinese firm's access to U.S. technologies such as Android.But Huawei said that for now it would stick to using Google's Android for smartphones, and the new software will be gradually rolled out to support devices such as smartwatches, speakers and virtual reality gadgets.
The intelligence company assesses with high confidence that APT41, a hacking collective, has moved on from financially motivated attacks of video game companies to working alongside the Chinese government. The report was first uncovered by CoinTelegraph.Reportedly, the hacker group targets industries in a manner generally aligned with China 's Five Year economic development plans.
Okay, okay. It s kind of a stretch, considering how wild the design study looks with its extended fenders, massive wheels, and over the top lines and edges. So no, you probably shouldn t get your hopes up too high if you re digging this teaser, and we doubt many of the styling cues will carry on to the production model s reveal at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Our favorite spooky holiday is slowly creeping up on us, with places like Target and Spirit Halloween already preparing to launch some incredible Halloween items.Now, you ll soon be able to start your day with a bowl full tricks AND treats as Funko Pop Cereal brings back two terrifying Disney villains just in time for breakfast.
Cesar Sayoc, 57, pleaded guilty in March to sending 16 pipe bombs to 13 targets including former President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, former Vice President Joe Biden, actor Robert de Niro, and cable news channel CNN in October last year. The bombs, however, did not go off.During his sentencing, Manhattan U.S. District Court Judge Jed Rakoff said that Sayoc mailed the pipe bombs "to strike fear and terror into the minds of their victims and to intimidate those victims mostly prominent political figures from exercising their freedom, " USA Today reported.