As Google celebrates its 20-year anniversary, ThePrint employees recall their first brush with it, and how it became an integral part of their lives.
TalkPoint: With the worst 4G speed in the world, is India just chasing headlines on digital economy?
Experts weigh in on the Open Signal report which ranks India's on the last position out of 88 countries in terms of its 4G speed
They may speak the language of urban millennials, but a set of Facebook pages are raising questions about whether they are subtly spreading hate and discrimination under the guise of humour.
A study of over 28,000 youth across the country reveals what youth aspire for, how connected they are and that girls still face many disadvantages.
मोदीपूजा में व्यस्त मीडिया के खिलाफ एक तरह का सविनय प्रतिकार लोगों के बीच से उभर रहा है पारंपरिक पत्र-पत्रिकाओं तथा टीवी समाचार का उपभोग घटाकर पाठक...
By reducing its consumption of traditional print publications & TV news, the audience is rejecting current content, which just promotes a personality cult.
Considering the behemoths that Alphabet Inc, Facebook, Netflix, Amazon and Snap Inc are today, it may be imprudent to expect the repeal of net neutrality to be a smooth sail.
There were 42 times security agencies resorted to internet shutdowns this year to control volatile conditions in eleven states. Is this the only way to restore peace during violent protests?