Coronavirus Live Updates: Nearly 25,000 cases in a day push India’s tally to 7.6 lakh; death toll over 21,000

Delhi: Domestic helps, daily wagers to be screened as AAP govt revises Covid response plan Delhi will now enlist and screen for the novel coronavirus daily wagers, domestic helps, auto drivers and food suppliers as part of AAP government’s revised ‘Covid Response Plan’. In Delhi, high-risk groups (HRGs) — those aged above 60 or having … Read more

Nvidia fixes code execution vulnerability in GeForce Experience | ZDNet

Nvidia has released a security update fixing a bug in GeForce Experience that could be abused to conduct code execution attacks.  This week, Nvidia said the security flaw, CVE‑2020‑5964, is found in the service host component of GeForce Experience, “in which the integrity check of application resources may be missed.” This failure to verify application … Read more

Race is on to take TikTok’s vacant short-video crown

Gaana, meanwhile, has launched a new platform — HotShots — which allows users to create and share short videos and stories with its audience base of more than 150 million. Gaana’s chief executive Prashan Agarwal said it is building on the expertise gained from its vertical video feature platform announced last year, to launch HotShots. … Read more

50 best TV shows to watch on Netflix

Jessica Barden in The End of the F***ing World. Netflix Run out of shows to watch on Netflix? Welcome to another list of best shows you might have missed. Netflix periodically changes up its line-up of programs, but its excellent originals stick around. A lot of them come from creators who’ve been given big Netflix … Read more

‘Rising chance’ of exceeding 1.5C climate target

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption A child tries to cool himself in a heatwave in Gaza The World Meteorological Organisation says there’s a growing chance that global temperatures will rise by more than 1.5C over the next five years, compared to pre-industrial levels. It assesses a 20% chance the threshold will be broken in … Read more