India’s digital economy will go from prepaid to postpaid in the new decade: Nandan Nilekani
The move of the digital economy from a prepaid to postpaid is going to drive a huge cycle of consumption as well as growth, Nandan Nilekani says at a Founding Fuel event.
TCS Q3 takeaways: Strongest margin show in 5 years; CEO sees double-digit growth ahead
While the company’s earnings beat analysts’ expectatio...
426 'rogue' lending apps currently on Play Store: Citizens' collective
Many of these apps, researchers say, indulge in "abusive lending pract...
Amidst protests, India launches digital facility for foreign investors to connect with farmers
The website will serve as a two-way funnel connecting interested investors to relevant agencies in India such as Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) for agricultural exports from India.
Taiwan says United States has approved key submarine technology sale
The digital sonar system and an integrated combat system are two key components Taiwan needs to build its own modern submarines. Chang did not elaborate on the status of the combat system.
FCA to invest $150 million to set up Global Digital Hub in Hyderabad
FCA ICT India will create nearly 1,000 new cutting-edge technology jobs by the end of 2021 and has plans to increase hiring over the next two to three years. The newly recruited employees will work on products and concepts that will define the future of mobility at FCA.
How tiny Taiwan came to be the epicentre of the global battle for technological supremacy
Over the past year, Taiwan has taken a lead in the race to build thinner, faster chips, or semiconductors. It is now the main source for these critical building blocks of digital industries like artificial intelligence and high speed computing, and the coming “internet of things”, in which homes, cars, and even clothes will connect to smartphones and voice activated speakers over 5G networks.
India poised to play leading role in global arena in post-COVID era: Jitendra Singh
The nation has shown remarkable resilience, and its ability to rise to the occasion at a short notice, reorienting itself to the crisis has demonstrated the underlying scientific temperament, innovative thinking and strength of its medical fraternity, Jitendra Singh said while speaking at a Ficci event.
E-learning platform edWisor appoints Abinash Nanda as its COO
edWisor provides short-term courses in small batches to ensure a one-on-one learning experience for candidates.
Indian IT industry looks forward to working together with new US administration
Nasscom has projected a revenue growth of 7.7 per cent at USD 191 billion for the IT sector in the ongoing fiscal. The industry has added a net 2 lakh jobs, taking the overall workforce to 4.36 million.
New gen services, products to be half of HCL revenues in 3 years: C Vijayakumar
Right now, we are still in the middle of the pandemic and India is still at an intense phase. However, post this normalizing, we would expect a good number of people coming into our offices, said Vijayakumar while replying to a question.
IT companies step up reskilling of employees as they prepare for post-pandemic scenario
Companies such as Infosys, Wipro, Accenture, Zensar Technologies, among others, have embarked on a massive upskilling drive to make sure their workforce in India is ready for the next-level jobs.
UST Global to invest in US-based Smart Software Testing Solutions, accelerate digital transformation
We are confident that by combining OpKey and pCloudy with our already strong quality engineering practice and our own frameworks NoSkript and SkriptMate, we can accelerate digital transformation for our customers with our combined capabilities,” Sunil Kanchi, chief information officer, UST Global, was quoted saying.
Vanguard to partner with Infosys for digital transformation, transfer 1300 staff
The US-headquartered company said the partnership would deliver a technology-driven approach to plan administration and fundamentally reshape the corporate retirement plan experience for its sponsors and participants.
India 'important digital power', won't compromise on data sovereignty: Prasad
The comments from the minister come days after the country blocked 59 Chinese apps on concerns around "sovereignty and security". A day after that, Prasad had termed the move as a "digital strike" and added that the apps were banned to protect data of citizens.