NEW DELHI: IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has convened a meeting of top IT companies next month to dispel the talk about massive job losses in the sector and brainstorm with the CEO’s for the next phase of growth. “The Indian IT ecosystem is very robust and promising,” Prasad told TOI in an interview, adding…
LONDON: People using smartphones are more likely to make rational and unemotional decisions compared to computer users when presented with a moral dilemma on their device, according to a new study.
NEW DELHI: Siri, Apple’s virtual assistant that powers its iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS devices, could get a huge boost in the near future. That’s because it seems that the company is working on a dedicated
ASHINGTON: A bill has been re-introduced in the House of Representatives that seeks exemption for foreign- born persons with an American Ph.D. in science, technology, engineering or mathematics from the limits on the number
NEW DELHI: Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ flagships are the first to support the latest Bluetooth 5.0 standard. All other major handsets (including flagships) still use the more-mainstream v4.2. But even with that
Xiaomi is the second-biggest smartphone brand in India as per IDC’s latest report. Riding on the strong sales of its budget smartphones, the company has been able to gain a strong foothold in the Indian market over the last year. The company offers
BENGALURU: From using cybercrime techniques like masking of emails to using firms which provide fake credentials on resumes for a fee, some Indians won’t hesitate to cross
It has been 25 days since that ominous conversation with the human resources department in his company but Nithin Shetty is yet to tell his family about what transpired. The son of a farmer and homemaker near Mysuru, Shetty had come to Bengaluru in 2013 with the same dream in his eyes as thousands of
NEW DELHI: With just about a month to go for the scheduled roll-out of goods and services tax (GST), the government has taken to Twitter as well as releasing FAQs in regional languages to address concerns of trade and industry.
BENGALURU: In San Francisco last April, Infosys pulled the wrappers off a new artificial intelligence platform, which it called Mana, amid much fanfare. The platform enabled repetitive tasks to be automated and glean insights