BENGALURU: Flipkart Internet, the entity which runs the e-tailer’s marketplace, has received Rs 3,460 crore from its Singapore-based parent in what is one of the single largest capital infusions for the Walmart-owned company.
BENGALURU: Cobol and Java would appear outdated in the era of artificial intelligence, but technology services companies in India are hiring a significant number of people having expertise in these and similar older software languages such as Mainframe, C++, Sybase and Fortran.
San Francisco: Giving its over 336 million users more control, Twitter has announced that it will completely revert their timeline into a pure reverse chronological feed.
San Francisco: In order to further secure candidates and campaign staff vulnerable to hackers and nation-state actors during the elections, Facebook has introduced additional tools to protect political campaigns in the US and around the world.
NEW DELHI: In order to give tough competition to Flipkart, e-commerce major Amazon has introduced a card-less EMI option. Using this option, customers will be able to purchase high value items without using credit card. This new feature will help many customers during the festive season sale.
BBK-owned smartphone brand Oppo launched its Oppo F9 Pro in August this year in India. Oppo F9 Pro comes with a price tag of Rs 23,999 and packs 6GB RAM coupled with 64GB onboard storage. The smartphone comes with features like water drop notch, VOOC flash charging and AI-powered cameras.
Early last year, Google tried its hands on job recruitment services by introducing Google Hire. At that time, the service was nothing more than a website but it looks like the search giant is bringing a new app as well. As spotted by Android Authority, Google Hire Android app has now been listed on Google…
Bengaluru: Indian space agency ISRO on Tuesday opened a space technology incubation centre in Tripura capital Agartala, which was unveiled remotely from the country’s tech hub Bengaluru in Karnataka.
NEW DELHI: To help organisations realise the full potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Dell EMC on Tuesday announced new solutions designed to simplify the AI environment and accelerate its adoption.
There is an iconic twist to the long-drawn tussle at Infosys last year, which saw bitter fights between the board and co-founders led by NR Narayana Murthy and culminated in the exit of CEO Vishal Sikka and chairman R Seshasayee.