- Jun13By Meera Vankipuram
In a move likely to bring the smiles back on Infosys employees’ faces, the company has announced salary increments for all eligible staffers for financial year 2013-14.
- Jun09By Reuters
SAN FRANCISCO: To get a sense of how investors view the promise of mobile gaming, one need look no further than Japan’s GungHo Online Entertainment. With just one game
- Jun07By Bloomberg
US technology providers from Apple to Yahoo said they don’t give the US government direct access to their systems, responding to newspaper reports of a top-secret electronic surveillance program.
- Jun06By Reuters
SAN FRANCISCO: In a push to curb cellphone thefts, prosecutors for New York state and the city of San Francisco said on Wednesday they plan to meet with industry representatives
- Jun05By Press Trust of India
Fast and Furious! Japan has unveiled its new levitating bullet train, designed to travel at speeds of up to 500 km per hour (310 miles per hour), which has undergone
International Business Machines (IBM), the world’s largest seller of computer services, agreed to buy SoftLayer Technologies, a cloud-computing storage provider that will help it compete with Amazon.com
- Jun04By Press Trust of India
Be crazy and don’t seek too much advice on what you propose to do”, this is the mantra that Michael Dell, the man who founded the world’s third largest PC
- Jun02By Meera Vankipuram
Transition to the newest internet protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the latest bugbear for IT managers: several companies may find that their hardware may not be IPv6 compatible.
- May30By Bloomberg
Twitter chief executive officer Dick Costolo said he sees television companies as valuable partners for its microblogging service and is investing accordingly.
“Twitter is the social soundtrack for TV,”
By Press Trust of India
Global security software market revenues rose 8 per cent to $19. 2 billion last year spurred by practices like bring your own device (BYOD) among other issues
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