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TCS bags deal from Norwegian energy firm Equinor

TCS has won a deal from Equinor, a Norway-headquartered global energy company, to accelerate its digitalisation plan. TCS did not disclose the deal size...

Ericsson announces Cloud RAN portfolio for increased network flexibility

Swedish telecom equipment manufacturer Ericsson has announced the availability of Cloud RAN (Radio Access Network), a new offering to enable communications service providers...

Tech Mahindra acquires digital entities in Australia, New Zealand

Tech Mahindra has announced the acquisition of Melbourne-based Momenton, a digital enterprise technology firm, offering consultancy and implementation services, and Tenzing Ltd, a...

Maruti, Microsoft develop HAMS technology for driving licence tests

Maruti Suzuki India Ltd (MSIL), in collaboration with Microsoft Research India, has developed a smartphone-based technology for testing applicants seeking driver’s licence. Also...

Yotta Infra to set up ₹7,000-crore datacentre park in Greater Noida

Yotta Infrastructure, part of the Hiranandani Group, has received approvals from the Uttar Pradesh government to set up a 20-acre hyperscale datacentre park in...

China launches crackdown on mobile web browsers, decries ‘chaos’ of information

China’s top cyber authority said on Monday it would carry out a “rectification” of Chinese mobile internet browsers to address what it called social...

WFH can bring down social disparities: Michael Dell

Michael Dell, founder, Chairman and CEO of Dell Technologies, has said that work-from-home (WFH) can result in a distributed workforce globally and address social...

Google may soon bring Dark Mode to Chrome OS: Report

Google’s Chrome OS may soon get support for Dark Mode, according to reports.The feature was spotted by Android Central on the experimental Chrome OS...

Developing countries may be missing out on $2.8bn tax revenue from big tech cos: study

Developing countries may be missing out on billions in tax revenue from big tech companies, according to a study by anti-poverty global federation ActionAid...

After 6 years, Nokia plant site at Sriperumbudur comes to life as Salcomp starts ops

Till six years ago, the brand Nokia and the electronic cluster of Sriperumbudur were inseparable. None could miss the iconic blue Nokia logo...

Windows 10: Microsoft suggests temporary workaround to fix ‘reset’ issue

Some Microsoft users are facing issues while attempting to reset their Windows 10 PC.Some users have reported receiving an error message that says,...

Airtel rolls out cloud-based communications platform for biz; tunes into USD 1-billion market

Telecom operator Bharti Airtel on Monday entered the rapidly-growing cloud communications market with the launch of business-centric ‘Airtel IQ’A cloud-based omni-channel communications platform, Airtel...

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Bigg Boss 14: Kamya Punjabi defends friend Kavita Kaushik, calls Pavitra Punia ‘bheegi billi’

Actor Kamya Punjabi has been keenly following the developments inside the Bigg Boss 14 house. Her Twitter timeline is full of her opinion on...

2 terrorists killed in encounter with security forces in J-K’s Badgam: Police

Two unidentified terrorists were killed by security forces in an encounter on Tuesday night in Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said.Central Reserve...

Wipro, SAP partner to offer cloud solutions to real estate sector

Wipro Ltd, on Wednesday, said it has tied up with SAP SE to co-innovate on cloud-based solutions for the real estate industry. Also...

Centuries-old Netherlands-India textile tradition revived with cotton printing studio De Katoendrukkerij’s opening

The opening of a cotton printing studio in the city of Amersfoort in the Netherlands has revived the centuries-old textile tradition with India, according...