Microsoft has extended its Minecraft: Education Edition to Apple iPad that will help students build historic monuments, swim through coral reefs and bring creative stories to life.

Microsoft finds Russian operation targeting US political institutions Aug 21 2018 | 10 hrs ago

A group affiliated with the Russian govt created phony versions of six websites, including some related to the US Senate, with an aim to hack into the computers of people who were tricked into visiting, according to Microsoft.

Trend Micro's 'virtual patching' to protect firms against cyber attacks Aug 20 2018

Trend Micro announced a non-disruptive approach called "Virtual Patching" to help its customers shield vulnerabilities in critical systems until a security patch is available.

Snapchat's new redesign for Android in testing phase Aug 20 2018

Snapchat is reportedly testing the new redesign on Android that the company plans to introduce very soon, the media reported.

Stellar launches free data recovery consultation service for Kerala Aug 20 2018

Data recovery solutions provider Stellar on Monday announced free data recovery consultation service for people affected in flood-ravaged Kerala and other states, after it received multiple service requests from these areas.

Apple's Amsterdam store closed after iPad battery explosion Aug 20 2018

An Apple store in Amsterdam has been temporarily closed after an iPad battery exploded and released harmful chemical substances, the media reported.

We need more resources to sanitise Twitter: CEO Aug 20 2018

Twitter needs more resources to enact rules aimed at tackling heated political rhetoric on its platform, CEO Jack Dorsey has said.

Intel India trains 99,000 people in artificial intelligence Aug 19 2018

Intel has trained as many as 99,000 developers, students and professors in artificial intelligence (AI) in India since April 2017, against a target of 15,000 for the first year of its programme, according to the tech major.

This AI system could make lip sync dubbing accurate Aug 19 2018

The system, called Deep Video Portraits, can also be used to correct gaze and head pose in video conferencing, and enables new possibilities for video post-production and visual effects, according to the research presented at SIGGRAPH 2018.