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Thu, 17 Aug 2017 10:50:33 GMT
The myth of loner genius nerd: Interpersonal skills essential to tech jobs
The myth that programming is done by loner men who think only rationally and communicate only with computers harms the tech sector in ways that cut straight to the bottom line.
MyJio app registers over 100 million downloads on Google Play
“It is the second Indian mobile application to cross 100 million download mark and first self-care mobile application from an operator,” a source at Reliance Jio said.
Artificial intelligence, machine learning to impact workplace practices in India: Adobe
According to a global report by software major Adobe, over 50 per cent respondents did not feel concerned by artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning.
Cloud-focused R&D key to our success story in India: Adobe
The global software giant has a massive set-up in India, with over 5,200 employees spread across four campuses in Noida and Bengaluru, and its R&D labs claim a significant share of global innovations.
Google wants local developers to build apps optimised for India
There are now more people using Android devices in India than in the US. People in India also install more than a billion apps every month from Google Play.
How Microsoft's 'Kaizala' leads enterprise social networks
A few office networking apps are already available like Workplace from Facebook, Slack, Amazon Chime, Cisco Spark, Yammer and others.
VPN developers in China didn't follow government regulations: Apple
VPN service providers in China received a notification from Apple that their applications would be removed from the App Store "because it includes content that is illegal in China".
Artificial Intelligence-enabled Cloud solutions set to win the race: IBM India
Market research firm Tractica forecasts that the revenue generated from the direct and indirect application of AI software will grow from $1.38 bn in 2016 to $59.75 bn by 2025.
FinTech software services market to reach $14 bn by 2020: Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant
He said volume of digital payment has increased by 55 per cent in 2016-17 as compared to previous fiscal.
Accenture develops artificial intelligence-powered solution for visually impaired
The solution is currently being piloted at Accenture in South Africa, and a Spanish language version is being tested with Accenture employees in Argentina.
India is an important market for NTT globally: CEO Tetsuya Shoji
On Thursday, NTT Communications launched the international data network services in India after it got a VNO-ILD network licence.
No more Intel Inside! Samsung becomes king of computer chips ending US giant's 20-year reign
Samsung said its semiconductor business recorded $7.2 billion in operating income on revenue of $15.8 billion during the April-June period.
Google adds SOS Alerts to search results, maps
When SOS Alert is activated, Google maps tool suggests which areas should be avoided, the roads that have been closed and places where people can seek refuge in.
Adobe to pull plug on Flash, ending an era
In a public letter in 2010, late Apple CEO Steve Jobs criticized Flash's reliability, security and performance. Since then, other technologies like HTML5 have emerged as alternatives to Flash.
Microsoft bets big on cloud, eyes new customers in India
"Anybody who is on the cloud in India and anybody who has the potential to be on the cloud in India is a conversation for us," Microsoft India President Anant Maheshwari told.