Mumbai: One in ten of the country’s internet using population is a hyperconnected consumer, according to a recent study
Washington: Hundreds of fake Facebook accounts, probably run from Russia, spent about $100,000 on ads aimed at stirring up divisive issues such as gun control and race relations during the 2016 US presidential election, the social network said Wednesday.
Kolkata: The West Bengal cabinet will endorse the maiden entry of IT major Infosys into the state, state IT Minister Bratya Basu said on Thursday.
Google has launched a feature for “Google My Business’ customers that allows business owners to manage their business listings right from Google Search. It has built a business dashboard within Google Search.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the buzzword these days. It is already being used in many apps and devices. Apps such as Prisma, Google Photos and Gmail are using it in different ways. Android smartphones or voice-enabled smart speakers rely on AI-enabled virtual assistants to understand users and respond to queries. Microsoft is using AI to…
Qualcomm is reported to unveil the Snapdragon 670 in the first quarter next year. GSM Arena reports that the upcoming SoC will be the first to be manufactured using the 10nm manufacturing process.
It’s been a while since Google released its AI-powered personal assistant — Google Assistant, to its products and services. The Assistant is supposed to be a Siri counterpart in the Android universe, doing Google Searches and various other functions related to controlling devices. Now, Google is finally making the Assistant available for use in third-party…
Bengaluru: Infosys founders participating in the Rs 13,000 crore buyback offer does not give any wrong signal to shareholders, the IT giant’s former CFO V Balakrishnan has said.
Symantec Corp, a digital security company, says it has identified a sustained cyber spying campaign, likely state-sponsored, against Indian and Pakistani entities involved in regional security issues.
Last week, Google previewed the next Android — 8.0 aka Oreo — consistent with its practice of naming versions after sweets and confectionery. Here are the key add-ons: