Amazon introduces smarter and more affordable Echo
Amazon's Echo has been a money spinner for the firm with 15 million devices sold till date, as per estimates.
28 Sep 2017World
Mark defends Facebook against Trump's fake news allegations
Mark Zuckerberg is the nice guy. He is politically correct and quick to mention it because if he doesn't, his empire aka the biggest social media platform, Facebook gets flak.
R-Infra will participate in bullet train project, says Anil Ambani
At Reliance Infrastructure's 88th AGM, Reliance Group chairman Anil Ambani said that R-Infra's arm Reliance Naval and Engineering will soon come out with a rights issue.
Maruti Suzuki S-Cross facelift gets launched today
India's largest passenger car maker Maruti Suzuki India (MSIL) is launching a facelift model of its flagship offering, the S-Cross, today.
Huawei India may launch bezel-less Honor smartphone with four cameras
Huawei, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, is likely to launch a new Honor smartphone model in India.
Airtel, Idea say telecom sector is suffering, intervention necessary
On Wednesday, Minister of State (Independent Charge) Communications, Manoj Sinha inaugurated the maiden India Mobile Congress (IMC) at Delhi's Pragati Maidan.
GPS that's super accurate is a modern-day need
Google Maps are a lifesaver when you are at an unknown destination. However, often the directions provided by them, are a tad bit off the track. It's not the navigation app's fault.
World's first fidget spinner phone, here's a Diwali gift idea
A part of me is really curious about trying out a fidget spinner phone, no matter how ridiculous it sounds.
27 Sep 2017India
Xiaomi's 'Diwali with Mi': All the best deals
Chinese phone maker Xiaomi has kick-started its Diwali sale, which will continue till September 29.
Airtel gets 5G ready. Enough to topple Jio?
Telecom major Airtel has started deploying India's first state-of-the-art Massive Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) technology.
27 Sep 2017Technology
Heart scans over facial recognition, retinal scans any day
If you think facial recognition, retinal scans, and passwords are enough to secure a device, a research team at the University of Buffalo would like to differ.
27 Sep 2017World
China's Digital Wall gets a fresh coat of oppressive rules
As the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party comes closer, China ups its Internet norms further.
ASUS bows out to Chinese phonemakers, changes India strategy
The Taiwanese firm, Asustek Computers, which sells mobile devices under the ASUS brand name, will now divert its energy towards the Rs. 10,000-30,000 price category and exit the sub-Rs. 10,000 segment altogether.
A $3 million pay package is waiting for you
Most of us have come across versions of this unique statement spewed by HRs after job interviews. "We love you, we want to hire you but we don't want to spend more than XYZ amount for this post."
26 Sep 2017Technology
Google 'smart' jacket is here but who's actually buying it?
It all falls into place - smartphones, smartwatches, smartglasses and now keeping up with the trend: a smart jacket.
26 Sep 2017Technology
AI will now catch electricity theft, meter tampering
In the ever-expanding list of what artificial intelligence can do, another glowing entry gets added.