Apple Inc. has blocked the plans of the biggest distributor of PC-based video games to extend its reach into iPhones, according to the game distributor, a sign that Apple is serious about protecting its ability to take a cut of digital purchases made inside games on its mobile devices.
Washington: The move to revoke work authorization to certain categories of H-4 visa holders is in final stages, the Donald Trump administration has told a US court, a decision that could hit tens of thousands of Indians.
San Francisco:Apple Inc. won $539 million from Samsung Electronics Co. in the final throes of the companies’ US court struggle over smartphone technology, seven years after the start of a global patent battle.
New Delhi: A stringent data protection law is urgently needed in India to address the mounting concerns over privacy of citizens as the country is moving in a big way towards digital governance, leading experts have said.
A Portland, Oregon, family has learned what happens when Amazon.com Inc.’s popular voice assistant Alexa is lost in translation.
New Delhi:The Delhi high court on Friday deferred the hearing on an appeal moved by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) against the acquittal of the accused, including former telecom minister A. Raja and Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) leader M. Kanimozhi in the 2G spectrum allocation scam.
Paris: Facebook Inc. is working on designing computer-chips that are more energy-efficient at analyzing and filtering live video content, its chief artificial intelligence scientist Yann LeCun said.
Hong Kong: Xiaomi Corp. aims to seek formal Hong Kong stock exchange approval on 7 June for an initial public offering that could raise about $10 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said.
New Delhi: Google is rolling out a new version of Gmail in batches, which can be accessed via the Web browser. While the layout has been tweaked, what really set it apart from the older version are the many hidden tools which make Gmail smarter to use.
Mumbai: R . Venkatesh, a roving consultant from Delhi, has suddenly become acutely aware of the “listening powers” of his smartphone. Earlier this month, he ganged up with a couple of college friends over drinks. Among other things, they reminisced about their large cassette collections languishing at the back of some forgotten cupboard.