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Sachin Tendulkar, Smartron to launch on May 3


    Smartron is set to launch its next smartphone which will be in association with cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar. It is known that Tendulkar is one of the strategic investors in the company, which entered the Indian smartphone market about a year ago with its and Now, the homegrown manufacturer has posted a teaser tweet stating that

    MIT researchers develop method to 3D print entire building


      Expanding the list of material that can be produced by 3D printing, researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have designed a system to print the basic structure of an entire building. Structures built with this system could be produced faster and less expensively than traditional construction methods allow, the researchers said.


      Infosys launches AI platform ‘Nia’ for businesses


        Building on the success of the its first-generation AI platform, Infosys Mana and its Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution, AssistEdge, Infosys on Thursday launched ‘Infosys Nia’, the next-generation Artificial Intelligence (AI) Platform for businesses. Infosys Nia converges the big data/analytics, machine learning, knowledge management and co

        TVS, Honda top in two-wheeler customer-satisfaction list


          TVS Motors and Honda top in customer satisfaction among two-wheelers makers when it comes to after-sales service and communication with consumers, according to a survey. TVS scored 782 points in customer satisfaction on the after-sales service front, while Honda Motorcycle and Scooter scored 749 points. The overall customer satisfaction stood at

          ‘Hajime’ malware infects IoT devices, to perform large-scale DDoS attack: Kaspersky


            A new mysterious malware that builds a vast peer-to-peer botnet to infect the Internet of Things (IoT) worldwide has been identified with almost 300,000 devices under its control, ready to perform a large-scale DDoS attack. ‘Hajime’, meaning ‘beginning’ in Japanese, was identified by Russia-based cyber security firm Kaspersky Lab and has recently

            HC dismisses RBI’s plea in Tata-Docomo arbitral award case


              The Delhi High Court today rejected the RBI’s intervention plea in the Tata-DoCoMo case while taking on record the terms of consent to the settlement between Japanese telecom major NTT DoCoMo and Tata Sons over the payment of $1.17 billion damages to the former. Justice S Muralidhar in his verdict rejected the Reserve Bank of India’s intervention p

              Apple withholds iPhone patent royalties to Qualcomm

                Apple iPhone 7 Plus dual-camera review.

                Apple has stopped paying Qualcomm’s patent royalties to iPhone manufacturers, a move likely to cast a blow to the chipmaker’s financial forecast. The iPhone maker sued Qualcomm in January saying that the royalties imposed were excessive and has now decided to stop payments until a court resolves the dispute.

                Qualcomm charges royalties for a portion

                India aiming to have all-electric car fleet by 2030: Piyush Goyal


                  India is looking at having an all-electric car fleet by 2030 with an express objective of lowering the fuel import bill and running cost of vehicles. “We are going to introduce electric vehicles in a very big way. We are going to make electric vehicles self- sufficient like Unnat Jyoti by Affordable LEDs for All (UJALA). The idea is that by 2030, n

                  Google CEO Sundar Pichai doubled income at nearly $200 million in 2016


                    With numerous successful products under his leadership, this was inevitable. Google CEO Sundar Pichai made nearly $200 million in compensation last year, almost double of what he made in 2015. According to a filing by Google’s parent company Alphabet, the Indian-origin executive made $199.7 million in 2016 owing to his promotion as CEO and a s

                    Now Northeast set to boost India’s global IT business


                      The northeastern region, long considered backward in growth and business terms, is poised to add heft to India’s dominant position in global software exports and the IT industry, a top official said

                      “Aiming to further boost India’s software exports and strengthen the IT industry, six IT parks and hubs have already been set up in six capitals or cit

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