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T-Series becomes the most subscribed YouTube channel

Indian film production house and music label T-Series with over 90 million subscribers has become the No 1 YouTube Channel. It has taken a lead over Swedish YouTuber PewDiePie’s channel to become most subscribed YouTube channel. Currently T-series has around 90,465,532 subscribers while PewDiePie has 90,455,390 subscribers. T-Series head Bhushan Kumar has started #BharatWins campaign ..

IAMAI with Social Media platforms to curb violations of Code of Ethics during polls

Social Media platforms and IAMAI (Internet Mobile Association of India) have adopted a Voluntary Code of Ethics for the upcoming elections. As per this code, IAMAI and Social Media platforms, including Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter and Google will create a high priority dedicated reporting mechanism and appoint dedicated teams during the polls for taking expeditious action ..

22 : Wired Technologies & Communication

This is the 22nd video of the 40 part video series on Computer Awareness. This video tries to serve additional content as well as explains the related terms. Previous Videos List: Computer Awareness MCQs: https://www.gktoday.in/quizbase/computer-awareness-for-ibps-banking-examinations

Turkmenistan launchs its first messaging app ‘BizBarde’

The repressive central Asian nation of Turkmenistan has recently launched its first messaging app ‘BizBarde’, which will allow the exchange of messages, files, photos and videos. Here, the likes of Facebook and Whatsapp are banned. It is one of the world’s most isolated regimes where Western services including Twitter and Viber, along with popular Russian ..

Google launches Project Navlekha to help Indian vernacular news publishers to take their content online

At the 4th edition of Google for India event, Google has launched Project Navlekha to help Indian vernacular news publishers to take their content online. It does not require any technical know-how of web publishing and can be used by anyone. Currently, the project has publishers from Delhi and its reach would soon be expanded ..