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Oxford COVID-19 vaccine generates immune response among young and old

26 Oct 2020

Oxford COVID-19 vaccine generates immune response among young and old

The COVID-19 vaccine being developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca generates similar immune responses among younger and older adults, the pharmaceutical company has said.

After setback, Serum allowed to resume Oxford's coronavirus vaccine trial

16 Sep 2020

After setback, Serum allowed to resume Oxford's coronavirus vaccine trial

Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) Dr. VG Somani has permitted the Serum Institute of India (SII) to resume trial of the coronavirus vaccine candidate, being developed by the University of Oxford, revoking the last week's order that halted the process.

Coronavirus vaccine won't be available for all before 2024-end: Poonawalla

14 Sep 2020

Coronavirus vaccine won't be available for all before 2024-end: Poonawalla

Adar Poonawalla, the CEO of the Serum Institute of India (SII), that has taken up the mammoth task of mass-producing the vaccine for novel coronavirus, asserted that the vaccine will not be available for the entire world before the end of 2024.

AstraZeneca halts coronavirus vaccine trial after volunteer falls ill

09 Sep 2020

AstraZeneca halts coronavirus vaccine trial after volunteer falls ill

Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca announced on Tuesday that it was halting late-stage trials of the coronavirus vaccine, developed in collaboration with the University of Oxford, after a volunteer fell ill.

US won't participate in WHO-led global coronavirus vaccine effort

02 Sep 2020

US won't participate in WHO-led global coronavirus vaccine effort

The United States, the worst-affected country in the pandemic, on Tuesday said it won't be participating in the global effort to develop and distribute coronavirus vaccine because it is led by World Health Organization (WHO).

Amazon's next big ambition? A fleet of AI-controlled self-driving cars

26 Jun 2020

Amazon's next big ambition? A fleet of AI-controlled self-driving cars

After Alphabet's Waymo, Tesla, and Uber, online shopping giant Amazon is stepping into the field of autonomous vehicles.

Coronavirus: Swedish Princess starts volunteering at hospital after 3-day training

17 Apr 2020

Coronavirus: Swedish Princess starts volunteering at hospital after 3-day training

As the coronavirus pandemic has unleashed a huge burden on healthcare workers around the world, a Swedish Princess has started working at a hospital.

China adds 1,290 deaths to Wuhan's tally; admits past miscalculations

17 Apr 2020

China adds 1,290 deaths to Wuhan's tally; admits past miscalculations

China, which has faced accusations of under-reporting cases during the coronavirus pandemic, has now admitted to some errors made in the past.

Facebook likely to acquire 10% stake in Reliance Jio

26 Mar 2020

Facebook likely to acquire 10% stake in Reliance Jio

After Meesho and Unacademy, Facebook is looking to invest in Reliance Jio to make another big move in the Indian market.

India's coronavirus cases cross 600; here's all that happened today

25 Mar 2020

India's coronavirus cases cross 600; here's all that happened today

Even as India, a nation of 1.3 billion people, observes a total lockdown, the number of coronavirus cases crossed 600 on Wednesday.

Sundar Pichai warns of AI's misuse, calls for regulation

21 Jan 2020

Sundar Pichai warns of AI's misuse, calls for regulation

Sundar Pichai wants Artificial Intelligence (AI) to be regulated for the betterment of humanity.

Now, TikTok's owner is planning to kill Spotify: Here's how

18 Nov 2019

Now, TikTok's owner is planning to kill Spotify: Here's how

Despite dominating as the most loved music app, Spotify faces a lot of competition from players like Apple Music and JioSaavn.

Google claims to have achieved quantum supremacy. What it means?

23 Sep 2019

Google claims to have achieved quantum supremacy. What it means?

In a major development, a Google researcher claimed that the tech giant has achieved 'quantum supremacy'.

Can artificial intelligence be named inventor? This patent demands so

07 Aug 2019

Can artificial intelligence be named inventor? This patent demands so

In a first, a multi-disciplinary international team has filed for a patent application for two inventions on the behalf of artificial intelligence, demanding that the AI be named 'inventor'.

This tool can steal data from iCloud, Google Drive

20 Jul 2019

This tool can steal data from iCloud, Google Drive

An Israeli company, by the name of NSO Group, is selling a dangerous hacking tool, one that can be used to mine your personal files from Google Drive and iCloud.

Facebook co-founder bashes company's cryptocurrency plans, calls them 'frightening'

22 Jun 2019

Facebook co-founder bashes company's cryptocurrency plans, calls them 'frightening'

Just a few days back, Facebook announced Libra, a cryptocurrency based on a blockchain-based network called Calibra.

Apparently, TikTok's creator is working on a smartphone

29 May 2019

Apparently, TikTok's creator is working on a smartphone

ByteDance, the maker of popular video-sharing app TikTok, could soon launch its own smartphone.

WhatsApp breach: How to secure your app on Android, iOS

16 May 2019

WhatsApp breach: How to secure your app on Android, iOS

WhatsApp, which enjoys a strong user base of over a billion users, was recently targeted by hackers, attacking mobile phones through the voice calling functionality of the app.

Update WhatsApp! Attackers injecting spyware through a single voice call

14 May 2019

Update WhatsApp! Attackers injecting spyware through a single voice call

If you don't want your phone to be taken over by hackers, update WhatsApp immediately.

Ness Wadia sentenced to jail in Japan for possessing drugs

30 Apr 2019

Ness Wadia sentenced to jail in Japan for possessing drugs

Ness Wadia, the flamboyant Indian businessman, was sentenced to two years of prison in Japan for allegedly possessing drugs, claimed Financial Times.

Apple supplier accused of illegally employing student labor, investigation underway

31 Oct 2018

Apple supplier accused of illegally employing student labor, investigation underway

One of Apple's Chinese suppliers - tasked with the job of making the Apple Watch - has been accused of illegally employing student labor.

Khashoggi disappearance: Investigative reports expected soon; what next?

19 Oct 2018

Khashoggi disappearance: Investigative reports expected soon; what next?

It has been over two weeks since Washington Post contributor and Saudi government critic Jamal Khashoggi went missing after visiting the Saudi consulate, but there has been no significant breakthroughs in the case so far.

Missing Saudi journalist Khashoggi's Apple watch recorded his death: Report

13 Oct 2018

Missing Saudi journalist Khashoggi's Apple watch recorded his death: Report

A Turkish newspaper reported on Saturday morning that missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi may have recorded his own death on his Apple Watch.

IIM-Ahmedabad, Calcutta, Bangalore among top 10 B-Schools in Asia

13 Sep 2018

IIM-Ahmedabad, Calcutta, Bangalore among top 10 B-Schools in Asia

According to the recently released Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking, IIM-Ahmedabad has emerged as India's top B-School, followed by IIM-Calcutta and IIM-Bangalore.

Raghuram Rajan is 'top contender' as Bank of England Governor

24 Apr 2018

Raghuram Rajan is 'top contender' as Bank of England Governor

The Bank of England will bid goodbye to its current governor next year, and authorities are gearing up to launch a hunt for Mark Carney's successor.

ISB tops Indian institutes in Global MBA Rankings, IIM-Ahmedabad slips

29 Jan 2018

ISB tops Indian institutes in Global MBA Rankings, IIM-Ahmedabad slips

The Indian School of Business (ISB) was ranked 28th among universities worldwide in Financial Times' Global MBA Ranking 2018.

China: Students illegally working overtime to build Apple iPhone X

23 Nov 2017

China: Students illegally working overtime to build Apple iPhone X

Struggling to meet the iPhone X demand amid production delays, Apple's primary supplier in Asia, Foxconn, has reportedly hired high-school students illegally to assemble the latest iPhone.

Ex-RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan among probable Nobel Prize winners: Clarivate

07 Oct 2017

Ex-RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan among probable Nobel Prize winners: Clarivate

Former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan is on the list of probable winners of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics compiled by research company, Clarivate Analytics.

Google drops its 'first-click free' policy

04 Oct 2017

Google drops its 'first-click free' policy

Google is canceling its 'First Click Free' policy, under which news sites were required to provide at least three articles per day in Google Search and Google news before they could enable a paywall.

Is Apple really making an iCar?

27 Jan 2017

Is Apple really making an iCar?

Although Apple has not commented on any plans to make an electric car, there are rumours abound which say that Apple is making an electric car with autonomous driving features.