Currently available to Facebook users in 329 cities across India, your business must be an advertiser in Facebook’s family of apps for at least 180 days to avail a loan up to ₹50 lakh at a predefined interest rate of 17-20% under this programme. Businesses partly- or wholly owned by women will get an additional 0.2% reduction in the applied loan interest rate, said IndiFi in a blog post.
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Sleep Technology: How Can It Help Fight Insomnia
Do you ever wake up in the morning feeling groggy, sluggish, and almost as if you didn’t get any rest at all? It’s more common than you might think. Sleep technology that monitors sleep quality oversleep quantity might be your answer to helping you understand how to feel more restful and energized in the morning.
Bring The Best Of Google To Your iPhone 13
Just got the new iPhone 13? Check out the following tips, recommended to help you bring the best of Google to iOS.
Google introduced two new tools that make Android phone even more accessible for people with speech and motor disabilities
Every day, people use voice commands, like “Hey Google,” or their hands to navigate their phones. However, that’s not always possible for people with severe motor and speech disabilities.
Biotech startup SweetBio and VC firm VamosVentures received funding through Apple's Racial Equity and Justice Initiative
Two years ago, Lauro Salvador injured his foot in a work accident, but for the 55-year-old diabetic, his ordeal was far from over.
WHY WE KEEP TALKING ABOUT PASSWORD SECURITY?
Protecting your credentials is one of the most important things you can do to defend yourself from ransomware and other cyberattacks. There are thousands of articles on password managers, best practices, and multi-factor authentication. Network domains, SaaS applications, and other systems often require complex passwords in the credential set, and even the most basic computer user has been told not to share passwords. So, why are we still talking about this topic?
Google Photos Now Offers New Sizes, Delivery Options For Your Ordered Prints
The team at Google Photos is currently busy rolling out larger photo print sizes, a new option to get your prints delivered right to your door and new canvas print sizes, so there are even more ways to print your favorite pictures.
Threat Spotlight: Ransomware Trends
Ransomware attacks have surged in 2021, with the number of attacks increasing dramatically and ransom amounts continuing to skyrocket. Cybercriminals are also expanding their targets, shifting their focus to our critical infrastructure and evolving into deep-rooted software supply chain attack campaigns, which can cause long-lasting devastation.
4 New Apps In The Headlines
Mastodon for iPhone | Grain | Rainmaker - Fantasy Gaming | NDHGO
Microsoft acquired Clipchamp, a browser-based Video Editing app
Small business owners, marketers, influencers, students, educators, families, and information workers of all types need the capability to make great videos with minimal effort.
Facebook partnered with Gurugram-based Indifi Technologies to offer collateral-free loans to SMEs
In partnership with Indifi, Facebook has recently announced the launch of its “Small Business Loan Initiative” programme for SMEs in India.
Can twitter get us to be nice?
Social networks are all designed to make people angry and keep them coming back for more. Now, one of the worst offenders is trying to be less of a hellscape
FACEBOOK UNVEILS NEW CONTROLS FOR KIDS USING ITS PLATFORMS
Facebook, in the aftermath of damning testimony that its platforms harm children, will be introducing several features including prompting teens to take a break using its photo-sharing app Instagram, and “nudging” teens if they are repeatedly looking at the same content that’s not conducive to their well-being.
AUSTRALIA WANTS FACEBOOK HELD LIABLE FOR ANONYMOUS COMMENTS
Australia’s prime minister described social media as a “coward’s palace” and warned that digital platforms including Facebook should be held liable for defamatory comments posted anonymously.
EX-FACEBOOK MANAGER CRITICIZES COMPANY, URGES MORE OVERSIGHT
Haugen's accusations were buttressed by tens of thousands of pages of internal research documents she secretly copied before leaving her job in the company's civic integrity unit.
OUTAGE HIGHLIGHTS HOW VITAL FACEBOOK HAS BECOME WORLDWIDE
The six-hour outage at Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp was a headache for many casual users but far more serious for the millions of people worldwide who rely on the social media sites to run their businesses or communicate with relatives, fellow parents, teachers or neighbors.
FACEBOOK OVERSIGHT BOARD REVIEWING ‘XCHECK' SYSTEM FOR VIPS
Facebook’s semi-independent oversight board says it will review the company’s “XCheck,” or cross check, system following an investigation by The Wall Street Journal into the use of this internal system that has exempted high-profile users from some or all of its rules.
As Twitter’s first Chief Design Officer, Dantley Davis was given a mandate to fight toxicity on the platform and shake up the company’s corporate culture. Both are uphill battles.
Pictographs of Hate
Moderating emojis is a technical challenge, but critics say Facebook and Twitter make it too hard
LIVESTREAM SELLING IS HERE
Amazon, Facebook, Google, and TikTok are getting involved, VCs are investing, and brands are interested in a new retail spin that takes online shopping live. But an upstart company in Alabama is already living what may be the future of retail—and helping 6,000 small retailers see their business soar.
Two by Two
Two husband-and-wife teams create businesses and lives they love.