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DB Realty falls 7% after LIC Housing Finance files insolvency plea against co in NCLT

DB Realty fell over 7 percent intraday on Thursday as investors turned wary of the stock on the back of insolvency proceedings reports. LIC Housing Finance is believed to have filed insolvency plea against the company in the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), CNBC-TV18 reported, quoting news agency Cogencis. According to a report in DNA, the company is said to have defaulted ... Read More »

New OneDrive for iOS update brings support for animated GIF files

Microsoft has pushed out a new update to the iOS client of its OneDrive app. The update, which bumps the app to version 8.8.9, brings along several changes, including support for animated GIF files. Aside from animated GIF support, the updated app now also lets you instantly switch accounts by tapping and holding on the Me tab. Those with work ... Read More »

Nokia files even more patent lawsuits against Apple

Nokia has filed new patent infringement lawsuits against Apple on Thursday, a day after it weighed in on a licensing dispute with the company by filing claims in Germany and the U.S. On Wednesday, the Finland-based mobile network vendor filed lawsuits in three German courts and two lawsuits in a Texas court, leveling infringement claims against Apple on the widely ... Read More »

Moto G4 Play spotted on files coming to India for INR 8999, in line with source

c The Moto G4 Play has been diagnosed amongst Indian import documents coming from the united states and heading in via Delhi Air Cargo. according to this same leak, the Moto G4 Play will release in India with a feeof $140 or INR 8,999. There may be no concrete release date, even though the Moto G4 and G4 Plus areeach ... Read More »

A new Android trojan steals your banking info and holds your files ransom

A new kind of Android malware steals online banking credentials and can hold a device’s files hostage in exchange for a ransom, delivering a particularly nasty one-two punch. The malware, called Xbot, is not widespread yet and appears to be just targeting devices in Australia and Russia, wrote researchers with Palo Alto Networks in a blog post on Thursday. But ... Read More »

Hospital pays $17,000 ransom to get access back to its encrypted files

A Los Angeles hospital has paid US$17,000 to cyberattackers who crippled its network by encrypting its files, a payment that will likely rekindle a fierce debate over how to deal with a problem known as ransomware. Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center issued a statement saying that its systems were restored on Monday, 10 days after malware locked access to its systems. ... Read More »