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India's biggest festive season is on and with just a few days left, it's time to speed up the preps. Nothing can be better than buying someone something they would really love.
With an increasing number of organizations going online along with the millions of their clients/ users/ customers, cybersecurity has become critical and indispensable for organizations to proactively protect their networks, systems and web…
Artificial intelligence vs human intelligence is a long on-going debate. There are supporters and strong believers in the power of one form over the other and one replacing the other.
As per reports coming in, Indian Govt. is all set to unleash some ‘smart moves’ in order to tackle black money, and to win cyber wars waged against the nation.
The next big thing in the transportation world is flying taxis, and India will be at the epicenter of this new innovation. Uber has confirmed that Mumbai will be part of their first flight of flying taxis by the year 2023.
IDC India has released their latest report on the state of wearable sales in India, and there some good news for Xiaomi fans. India’s undisputed wearable champion is Xiaomi!
IFA, or the Internationale Funkausstellung is the biggest tech event in Europe. Being held in Berlin, the show will go on till September 5, a hot-spot for big companies to launch and announce their high-tech projects.
After reckoning the Indian smartphone market, Xiaomi is now all set to enter different segments of the Indian market. Last year the company gave out a brief on its upcoming plans in India, and Xiaomi Payments Bank is a part of it.
India has opened up its skies, and have allowed drones, finally! India’s 1st drone policy has been announced by Ministry of Civil Aviation, which makes flying Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) or drones in layman’s terms legal.
Within days of Microsoft and Amazon vehemently opposing data localisation plans of Indian Govt., Paytm has announced the launch of ‘Make in India’ AI Cloud which promises all data to be stored inside India.
The investigation revealed that with privacy settings that prevents Google from tracking your location, its still doing so, without even letting you know!
India is right now preparing a new Cloud Computing Policy, and there can be a big blow to companies like Amazon, Google, Microsoft and more. Reason: Very soon, these companies can be ordered to store data of Indians, in India.
Chris Peterson, Mozilla's software technical program manager brought up a storm by tweeting about how Google is ruining net neutrality.
Using Optical Character Recognition (OCR), the app scans the barcode, packaging and other minute details, and then determines whether the medicine sold is genuine or not.
Named as Titan Key, this is a physical device having USB and Bluetooth connectivity with laptops, desktops, tablets and even smartphones. In the tech industry, they are also called as U2F keys (Universal 2nd Factor).
During Cloud Next Conference, which is happening at San Franciso, Fei-Fei Li, Chief Scientist at Google said, “Our true goal is to empower a contact centre’s human agents, as well as the customers that rely on them.”
The Jio GigaFiber service will not only offer wired FTTH broadband services, but the latest Reliance Jio GigaFiber package will come with a host of other Jio add-on services like and high benefit scheme much like Giga Router, Jio GigaTV,…
When social media giant Facebook gets involved in an incidence regarding a massive data leak affecting 87 million users, shared with a British data analytics company Cambridge Analytica, it is natural for users to lose sleep on this topic.
Just like its telecom arm, the Jio broadband service is going to be a nightmare for other operators of DTH, Broadband service providers and other telecom companies.
Political pundits have already described this inauguration by PM Modi as a major political score, as this can be showcased as the perfect implementation of #DigitalIndia and #MakeInIndia vision.