Flipkart Biggest Indian E-commerce site faces Enforsement Directorate

Controversies have continued to chase Flipkart. The e-commerce giant has now come under Enforcement Directorate's scanner for its mega discount sale on October 6. According to reports, ED had received complaints from traders against Flipkart.

Facebook's New Teen Policy Draws Fire

Facebook said it would let users between the ages of 13 and 17 make posts "public" so that they can be seen by anyone on the network. Previously, teenagers' posts could be seen only by their friends and "friends of friends."

With the shift, Facebook will operate more like such rivals as Twitter Inc. that let teens share publicly. Twitter, unlike Facebook, also lets users post anonymously or with pseudonyms.

Toyota issues safety recall of 803,000 vehicles in USA



Toyota Motor Sales USA has issued a voluntary safety recall of approximately 803,000 vehicles over a problem with the air conditioning condenser unit housing.

Models under this recall include model year 2012-2013 Camry, Camry Hybrid, Avalon, Avalon Hybrid, and Venza.

Water from the defective air conditioning condenser unit housing could leak onto the airbag control module and will cause a short circuit, resulting in illumination of the airbag warning light. In some cases, the air bag(s) may get disabled or could inadvertently deploy.

Talktalk undercuts rival Three with £3.50 SIM-only tariff

UK MOBILE VIRTUAL NETWORK OPERATOR (MVNO) Talktalk Mobile clearly is looking to make a name for itself in the UK mobile industry, having announced a dirt cheap £3.50 SIM-only tariff on Friday.

Talktalk introduced its new 12 month SIM-only plans today, and it hasn't done things by half. The cheapest option is priced at £3.50 a month, and fills buyers smartphones with 100 minutes, 250 texts and 200MB of monthly data.

Microsoft wants to 'move beyond' the Cookie Monster


Microsoft has confirmed a report that it is looking into replacing cookies, which underpin the global online advertising business, with its own technology that would store all that valuable user information on Redmond's own servers.

Sources within the company told AdAge that Redmond is in the early stages of developing a replacement technology which acts as a device identifier and stores similar data to cookies, but within Microsoft's ecosystem and linked in with Internet Explorer and Bing.

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