Thanks to Apple Inc.’s new iPhone X, facial recognition may finally be on the verge of breaking out with consumers. The technology first developed in the 1960s has since been mostly relegated to the realm of government agencies and high-security firms.
Apple Inc. is already in your pocket, on your desk and underneath your television. Soon, a device embossed with “Designed by Apple in California” may be on your nightstand or kitchen counter as well.
You can add Skype to the growing list of services copying features straight from Snapchat.
The Indian IT industry “rightly” should be in “panic” mode, as it has not kept pace with the fast-changing innovation, India-born former McKinsey head Rajat Gupta (in pic) has said.