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Google Paid Out $3 Million to Bug Researchers in 2016; Nearly $1 Million for Android

Google last year gave out $3 million (roughly Rs. 21 crores) as part of its Vulnerability Rewards Program where the company pays out researchers to find, fix, and prevent vulnerabilities specifically in Android, Chrome, and other Google products and services. In a blog post, the company updated the details and said that it nearly gave Android and Chrome researchers nearly ... Read More »

Chinese Manufacturers Capture Nearly 40 Percent of Indian Smartphone Market in 2016: IDC

Chinese smartphone vendors last year captured about 40 percent share in India, the second largest smartphone market in the world, the official media here reported. Among all, Lenovo saw its shipment volume rise to the second only after Samsung in the third quarter last year, state-run China Daily quoted global research firm International Data Corporation (IDC) survey as saying. Xiaomi ... Read More »

Foxconn Manager Indicted for Stealing, Selling Thousands of iPhones for Nearly $1.56 Million

A former senior manager at Taiwan’s technology giant Foxconn has been indicted for stealing and selling 5,700 iPhones in China to pocket around $1.56 million (roughly Rs. 10.6 crores), Taiwanese prosecutors said Friday. Foxconn is the world’s largest contract electronics maker and assembles products for international brands such as Apple and Sony. It employs about one million workers at its ... Read More »

Bajaj Auto Sales Up Nearly 2% in January

New Delhi: Bajaj Auto on Tuesday reported a 1.78 per cent increase in total sales at 2,93,939 units last month as against 2,88,746 units in January 2015. Motorcycle sales during the month grew 2.44 per cent to 2,52,988 units as against 2,46,955 units in the corresponding period a year ago, the company said in a filing to the BSE. Bajaj ... Read More »