Neighbourly: Local Questions and Answers
Which is the safest park for kids in this area? Any affordable maths private tuition around here? Know a good electrician / plumber nearby? Any good ayurvedic chemist nearby?
 
NeighbourlyLocation-specific questions like these keep coming up all the time. And it is best to ask local residents for such information. Neighbourly allows you to do just that. It connects you to your community so you can get answers you trust, share your own advice and stay in-the-know together. Neighbours have the most up-to-date, relevant and credible insight about what’s happening nearby. With Neighbourly, ask your entire community, all at once, in a simple Q&A format. You can find expert local answers about events, share everyday advice, keep up with your local community and connect with your neighbours safely.
 
Currently it’s been launched in a beta version only in Mumbai and will soon be spread across the world!
 
 
 
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    Google gives Android users more power to control, secure accounts
    Google has rolled out new features for Android users to make it easier for them to navigate their accounts and review security and privacy options.
     
    "The new experience is available today for all Android users and will launch on iOS and web later this year," Jan Hannemann, Product Manager, Google Account, announced in a blog post on Thursday.
     
    As part of the new updates, Google introduced a new search functionality that enables users to find settings and other info they might be looking for in their account, like how to change the password.
     
    "When you have a problem but don't quite know what to look for, you can access a new dedicated support section as well. There, you'll find help with common tasks, like upgrading your account storage, and get answers from community experts," Hannemann added. 
     
    Google said its new "intuitive" design would make it easier for Google Account users to review their privacy options. 
     
    With the new updates, Google will also send notices to account users if it detects there is something users can do to improve their security.
     
    "For example, we might suggest you remove your account from old devices you're no longer using or remove unverified apps you had granted access to your account data," Hannemann added.
     
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    Cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb loses USD30 mn after being hacked
    Seoul-based cryptocurrency exchange Bithumb on Wednesday announced it had lost over USD30 million after being hacked, the second cyberattack in two weeks to hit a major South Korean bitcoin exchange, the media reported.
     
    "Bithumb said it had lost $31.56 million (35 billion won) worth of cryptocurrencies and has temporarily halted withdrawal and deposit services," The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday. 
     
    The operator announced on Twitter that the stolen coins would be covered from Bithumb's own reserves and that all users' assets are being transferred to safer "cold wallet."
     
    "Notice for the temporary suspension of the deposits. Due to the increasing safety issues, we are changing our wallet system. Please do not deposit until we notify," the company tweeted.
     
    "All deposits are not deposited into your wallet until all changes are completed," Bithumb added.
     
    The exchange, however, did not mention a timeline of when it would restart its deposit and withdrawal services.
     
    Meanwhile, Bitcoin fell from about $6,718.35 to as low as $6,561.79, following the tweets from Bithumb, according to CoinDesk's bitcoin price index.
     
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