Category Articles: Technology
July 18, 2016
New Delhi: Keeping child pornography and online trolling in check will be high on the agenda of a cyber-control hub being set up by the Home Ministry.
The Rs 400-crore state-of-the-art centre, Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (IC4), is being set up to tackle all cyber crime including child pornography and online abuse.
"The work on IC4 has been going on. Once it is ready, it will deal with cyber crimes like child pornography and online trolling with priority," a Home Ministry officia...Read More
June 24, 2016
Mumbai: Difficult screening and a higher cut-off benchmark explain why data analysts earn more than software engineers at a fresher level, according to a report.
"Data analysts are earning more than software engineers, which indicates that demand-supply gap is higher in the case of the former. Compared to roles in IT services, companies evaluate candidates for analytical roles through assessments that have higher difficulty and cut-off benchmarks," says the report put together by CoCubes ...Read More
June 20, 2016
Thiruvananthapuram: A Kochi-based start-up has launched a GPS enabled app that gives parents a live update on the movement of their children to school and back.
'Guardians', an innovative product developed by Transight Systems Pvt Ltd was launched at the Rajagiri Public School Kalamassery in Kochi in the presence of Director of Rajagiri Schools, Father Varghese Kachapilly.
It is a smart identification system that includes a smart identity card for each student and a Radio Frequency Card ...Read More
March 08, 2015
Reliance Jio, telecom arm of flagship Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL), lodged police complaint against the contractors, who were responsible for laying another company’s optical fiber cable (OFC) network illegally, along with laying R-Jio’s OFCs.
The company lodged the complaint with crime branch at Rajkot on March 7, 2015. An FIR is registered against the culprits – Dipak C Kachhadia, proprietor of M/s. Dipak C. Kachhadia, Arjan Patel, proprietor of M/s. AA Patel an...Read More
March 04, 2015
From Prasoon Srivastava
Social media giant Facebook is interested in testing internet services through solar-powered plane in India and other telecom connectivity technologies it is developing.
"We are really in development of technologies at connectivity lab. We are not yet launching any pilots. We will in the future, and we are entirely open to launching it in India because there is such a great opportunity in India to connect the unconnected," Facebook Vice President of Inte...Read More
February 04, 2015
Techno major Toshiba in collaboration with Gujarat-based Einfochips will provide chips for Google's revolutionary modular smartphone project, 'Ara', a senior company executive said here today.
"Google is designing modular smartphones in which different modules can be assembled as one smart-phone," said senior vice president and chief technology officer, Toshiba, USA, Shardul Kazi.
"Toshiba will make chips which can be used in modules and in the ba...Read More
January 30, 2015
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today morning joined national conference on e-Governance in Gandhinagar through Twitter. This was for the first time the Prime Minister addressed any event through twitter.
Modi posted a series of 17 tweets in this connection. Following are the tweets:
Good morning friends! I am delighted to join the 18th National Conference on e-Governance through Twitter.
I wanted to personally attend the conference but was un...Read More
January 22, 2015
By Rupang Bhatt
Whatsapp's availability on web is talk of the town.
And here is a short and simple guide on how to get WhatsApp on computer.
First of all you need to have Google Chrome browser installed in your computer, and you should also have the latest version of WhatsApp Messenger available in your smart phone. If you don't have latest version, just go to google play store(android) and update the version.
Once you make sure ...Read More
January 18, 2015
Tech giant Google has this week launched a lane guidance feature for its Maps on Android and iOS devices in India offering users voice-guided instructions signalling the lane they should stay in or move while navigating.
Google currently offers lane guidance in more than 10 countries globally, including the US, Canada and Japan.
The service, which will be available for 20 cities in the country to begin with, will be available on Google Maps app fo...Read More
January 12, 2015
By Lalit K Jha
Silicon Valley-based 'Code for India', a fast growing network of Indian-origin tech professionals, on Monday announced to launch a Gujarat chapter to help build skills development programmes in the state.
"Our mission is to think local and hack global with our volunteer base of tech professionals from top technology companies in Silicon Valley and India," said Karl Mehta, a serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist and CEO of EdCast In...Read More
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