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Hotstar crosses 100 million downloads

Mumbai: Hotstar is the first ‘Made in India platform’ to cross 100 million downloads on Google Play Store, and it has raced to this milestone in two years. Over ...Read More...

Indian hackers leak Snapchat users’ data as payback for “Poor Country” comment

Image messaging mobile application Snapchat hasn’t been having a good time. The company’s app store ratings took a steep dive on April 16 after a report emerged claiming CEO ...Read More...

Salesian varsity team wins Smart Indian Hackathon 2017

By: C.M. Paul Guwahati :Two out of three teams from Assam Don Bosco University (ADBU) were in the final eight of the latest All India Council for Technical Education ...Read More...

Indian ethical hacker enters Google’s Hall of fame

Sreedeep Alavil from Kannur district in the southern India state of Kerala has been chosen to the coveted Google Hall of Fame. Sreedeep was given the recognition for spotting ...Read More...

Indian scientists develop credit-card sized ECG machine

Usually accustomed to spending most of their time making nuclear weapons, scientists at Bhaba Atomic Research Centre have developed a small credit card-sized electro cardiogram (ECG) that can help ...Read More...

Kerala makes Internet access basic right

Kochi: In the coming years, rather than being known for its literacy levels, Kerala will be called as ‘The Internet State’ of the country. This will be the case ...Read More...

Delhi to Mumbai in 55 Minutes: Hyperloop One shows how

Hyperloop One Tuesday hosted it’s first-ever summit with government officials in New Delhi to discuss India’s most promising Hyperloop routes. The company showcased the possibility of travelling to Mumbai ...Read More...

Dubai announces world’s first passenger drone

A drone that can carry people will begin “regular operations” in Dubai from July, the head of the city’s Roads and Transportation Agency has announced at the World Government ...Read More...

Gmail service to stop working on some computers

Tech giant Google has announced that its Gmail service will stop working on some Chrome browsers by the end of 2017. According to a blog posted by Google, it ...Read More...

Japanese company replaces office workers with artificial intelligence

A future in which human workers are replaced by machines is about to become a reality at an insurance firm in Japan, where more than 30 employees are being ...Read More...
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