Monday , 20 May 2019


The best full-frame DSLRs available in India

There was a time when full-frame DLSRs were a luxury item limited to professional photographers. A shift occurred when economies of scale kicked in and the costs of production began to fall, bringing lower priced models in to the market. This paved the way for amateurs and enthusiasts to have the same access to high end hardware.Full frame DSLRs are ... Read More »

The best gaming keyboards in India for May 2019

Choosing a great gaming keyboard can be a tough task especially when there are so many options in the market. You see, a good dedicated gaming keyboard coupled with a powerful desktop setup can make or break your gameplay experience. There’s a reason behind the existence of dedicated keyboards to assist players during games which is why investing in one ... Read More »

Lamppost rows could delay UK 5G rollout

The widespread availability of 5G in the UK could be delayed by legal disputes between landlords, local authorities and mobile operators over access to street furniture.Reforms to the Electronic Communications Code (ECC) sought to reduce the amount of red tape needed to use assets such as lampposts to deploy mobile infrastructure, with operators frequently complaining of limited access, high rents ... Read More »

GDPR adtech complaints keep stacking up in Europe

It’s a year since Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force and leaky adtech is now facing privacy complaints in four more European Union markets. This ups the tally to seven markets where data protection authorities have been urged to investigate a core function of behavioral advertising. The latest clutch of GDPR complaints aimed at the real-time bidding ... Read More »

Vote now in #TheEuropas Awards to find its hottest startups, and join Europe’s key players

In partnership with TechCrunch, The Europas Awards, recognising the hottest tech startups in Europe since 2009, is now open for its public vote. We’ve sorted and sifted through a record number of entries this year to compile an editorially driven long list of some of Europe’s most exciting startups and investors. Voting is now live, so please go and vote. ... Read More »

Ikea invests in Livspace, a one-stop platform for interior design based in India

Fresh from raising $70 million last year via big names including Goldman Sachs and TPG Growth, Livspace, an India-based startup that offers a one-stop-shop for interior design, has lured yet another marquee investor: Ikea. The startup said today it has taken an undisclosed investment from Ingka Investments, the VC arm of Ikea parent Ingka Group, which operates 90 percent of Ikea’s ... Read More »

Facebook’s latest account purge exposes Africa’s misinformation problem

Facebook last week purged a network of hundreds of pages, groups and Instagram accounts it labeled as producing “coordinated inauthentic behavior” toward Africa. The activity originated in Israel and was largely targeted toward Nigeria, Senegal, Togo, Angola, Niger, and Tunisia. It was mostly political in nature and primarily paid for by Archemedes Group, a global political consulting firm, Facebook said. ... Read More »

Want to save €200 on passes to Disrupt Berlin 2019?

Around here at TechCrunch we like to reward action with savings, and right now, the earlier you act the more money you save. Do we have your attention? Here’s the deal. Disrupt Berlin 2019 takes place on 11-12 December, and you can’t buy passes until the official registration opens in June. But by taking one simple action now, you’ll save ... Read More »

Huawei responds to Android ban with service and security guarantees, but its future is unclear

Huawei has finally gone on the record about a ban on its use of Android, but the company’s long-term strategy on mobile still remains unclear. In an effort to appease its worried customer base, the embattled Chinese company said today that it will continue to provide security updates and after-sales support to its existing lineup of smartphones, but it’s what ... Read More »

Experiencing World of Warcraft Classic bugs? Nope – they’re old-school features

World of Warcraft turns 15 this year, and the premier, veteran massively multiplayer online role playing game is celebrating by returning to its roots with World of Warcraft Classic. It turns the clock back on the adventure, rolling back updates and expansion packs to an earlier 2005 ‘vintage’ period for the game that many players consider a golden age for ... Read More »