Tech Digest daily roundup: Apple shifts iPhone14 production to India
Tech Digest daily roundup: Apple agrees to App Store concessions
India sends unmanned mission to moon’s far side
NASA criticises India’s anti-satellite missile test for endangering ISS astronauts
India blocks 32 popular websites – including Vimeo, Daily Motion and GitHub
India opens tech addiction clinic
Addiction – be it to alcohol, cigarettes, gambling, drugs or even sex – can be a serious problem. Now authorities in India consider addiction to technology among teenagers to be such a problem that a "technology de-addiction" centre has been…
Internet as human right and the evolution of technology
The internet should be seen as a basic human right, according to to Tim Berners-Lee, the man who invented the World Wide Web. Speaking at the 20th International World Wide Web Conference in India, Berners-Lee emphasised the importance of…
BlackBerry faces ban from India after missing government deadline
BlackBerry could miss out on one of the fastest-growing mobile markets in the world after missing a data sharing deadline set by the Indian government. India's authorities had given Research In Motion (RIM), the owner of BlackBerry, until 31st…
Secureworks "World Cup of cyber security" finds India the safest nation
SecureWorks, the information security service provider, have revealed their findings for what they have dubbed the "World Cup" of cyber security. Mining information on their 2,800 clients, they've compiled a list of which countries are most vulnerable to online attacks….
India baffles the tech world with its promise of the £7 wi-fi laptop – to be unveiled tomorrow
Come off it, India. Get real. Seven quid for a laptop? And not only that, but seven quid for a laptop with 2GB of RAM and wi-fi?
But that, apparently, is what Indian technicians will be unveiling later this week, with the country’s top scientists managing to build a low-power (two Watts when charging, ideal for solar power), low-cost (£14 initially, dropping to £7 a unit once manufacturing costs come down) machine to get the nation’s poverty-stricken rural school population online.
Facebook will welcome the news, plus we could all soon be flying to Delhi to pick up a netbook once we’re back from New York with a TV…