Today's tech wrap: Breaking WhatsApp's encryption, Facebook's cryptocurrency unveiled and India's cheapest gaming phone
- The Indian government wants WhatsApp to have the capability to trace messages back to their origins.
- Facebook just unveiled its new cryptocurrency, Libra, to the rest of the world.
- Cognizant, a global tech company, just acquired its first company under the new leadership of its CEO, Brian Humphries.
- Microsoft has brought out transliteration keyboards in 10 Indian languages as a part of its May 2019 update of Windows 10.
- Nubia's new phone, the Red Magic 3, is the cheapest gaming smartphone to launch in India yet.
- TikTok has brought out a new safety feature will let users log out of their devices if their computer or phones is stolen or lost.
- India's second mission to the moon, Chandrayaan-2, is set to break new records
- Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Jio scores another win against Vodafone Idea and Airtel with a fine of ₹30.5 billion.
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Indian government has found a way to trace WhatsApp messages without breaking encryption
Cognizant's first acquisition under new CEO Brian Humphries is an Irish company that helps in manufacturing of drugs and medical devices
Xiaomi, Razer and ASUS are up against Nubia's cheapest gaming phone of 2019
TikTok’s new safety feature will allow you to logout of a lost phone
Reliance Jio wins another fight – Airtel and Vodafone Idea may have to cough up ₹30.5 billion in fine
India’s second moon mission Chandrayaan-2 that will cost ₹10 billion will break new records
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