SAN FRANCISCO: While Google Duplex, which lets AI mimic a human voice to make appointments and book tables through phone calls, has mesmerised people with its capabilities and attracted flak on ethical grounds at the same time, Microsoft has showcased a similar technology it has been testing in China.
SAN FRANCISCO: After killing off apps used by a minority of its userbase including the “Twitter for Mac”, the micro-blogging site is shutting down its TV apps on Roku, Android TV and Xbox from May 24.
Just a day before the launch, the smartphone’s specs were all over the internet. The phone was already making headlines because it was coming sans the screen notch and the headphone jack.
Making money in a booming Indian mobile-phone market that soared from fewer than 2 million users to more than a billion in less than two decades might have seemed like a no-brainer. Now it’s more like a nightmare with losses for overseas companies rising to at least $23 billion.
KOLKATA: Older carriers Bharti AirtelNSE 2.97 %, Vodafone India and IdeaNSE 1.74 % Cellular, and 4G newcomer Reliance Jio Infocomm are sparring yet again, this time over a workable timeline within which a telco needs to provide ports for initial interconnection and augmentation.
NEW DELHI: The telecom department has clarified that tower providers will be considered as licensees under rightof-way rules, addressing a major demand of the industry that had been kept out of the purview of these rules so far.
Pune based IT consulting and product engineering company KPITNSE 1.68 % reported a profit after tax of Rs 76cr for the quarter ended March31,2018, up 23.2% quarter on quarter, and 41.6% year on year. The revenue for the quarter was Rs up 6% sequentially and 12.6% YoY.
Walmart is buying Flipkart. But that is old news by now.
A whistleblower has written to market regulator Sebi complaining against InfosysNSE 2.43 % and alleged that IT major’s current chairman Nandan Nilekani had failed to uphold the highest standards of corporate governance practised earlier by the IT major.
Tata Consultancy Services CEO Rajesh Gopinathan earned over Rs 12 crore in FY18, nearly double what he earned in FY17 following his elevation to the top job, the company disclosed in its annual report.