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Backed by robust growth in smartphone as well as smart-feature phone categories, an estimated 302 million mobile handsets will be sold in India in 2019, the highest ever in a year.
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For years, computer science experts have been pushing K–12 schools to teach coding as early as kindergarten.
A fascination with cryptography led high school math teacher Paul Kelley to develop a way to use the code-building practice to explain algebraic concepts to students at Anoka High School in Anoka, Minnesota
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The evolution of education technology has been swift. Interactive whiteboards hang in place of chalkboards, students use Chromebooks in the classroom and schools are investing in emerging technologies such as virtual reality.
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The Income Tax department of India has warned people about a new phishing scam being shared via SMS, which promises a refund for tax returns.
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According to Pew Research Center, about one-fifth of adults in the US currently get their news fix from social media, which is marginally higher than the 16% of people who get their news from the papers.
Education Technology, familiarly referred to as EdTech or Edu-Tech, carries the potential of bringing revolutionary change in how far, how deep, and how well the education is disseminated across the globe.
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Google has "no plans" to relaunch a search engine in China though it is continuing to study the idea, Chief Executive Sundar Pichai told a US congressional panel on Tuesday amid increased scrutiny of big tech firms.
Nokia 8 has finally received Android 9.0 Pie, albiet via Nokia Beta Labs. The latest development comes several months after the Nokia 8 received Android 8.1 Oreo. Nokia brand licensee HMD Global was originally set to release the Android Pie update for its 2017 flagship in November.
Google has launched a new tool that measures many aspects of a website, including how well it follows SEO best practices. The new tool is currently in open beta and available at web.dev.
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Delhi High Court has ruled that the citizens can now directly question TRAI if their phones are under surveillance or are being tracked by any organisation.
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Alphabet Inc's Google said on Monday it would shut down its Google+ social media service in April, four months ahead of schedule, after finding a software flaw for the second time this year that allowed partner apps to access its users' private data.
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