Everyone wants a piece of enterprise tech companies
While corporate software may sound painfully boring, advancements in cloud computing and machine learning mean enterprise companies can give employees creative outlets. Investors liken the new opportunities to those once sparked for consumer startups by the advent of smartphones.
What will technology jobs look like a decade from now?
Individuals will need to upskill to ensure career longevity even as automation takes o...
Buy HCL Technologies, price target Rs 605: Kunal Bothra
The analyst suggested a stop loss at Rs 575.
West Bengal government embraces digital medium for administrative work to reduce usage of paper
The project has already been running at the state secretariat, Nabanna, for some time now. Now it is being replicated in the districts of Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, Birbhum, East Midnapore, West Midnapore, Hooghly, Howrah and North 24 Parganas. he district administrations have been asked to give regular updates on the progress to Nabanna.
Facial recognition for cows: Why is Mooofarm giving cattle a digital identity?
Agritech startup Mooofarm claims to have 95% accuracy in distinguishing one cow from the other.
Telcos ask finance ministry to clarify on import duty for routers
Increasing basic customs duties on tech products such as routers listed under (the rechristened) ITA-1, he said, would hit expansion of 4G networks, prevent cost-effective deployment of the upcoming 5G ecosystem and make mobile broadband services unaffordable to users.
'Space unites us': First Iranian-American astronaut reaches for stars
Jasmin "Jaws" Moghbeli is a Marine Corps major, MIT graduate and college basketball player who is now the first Iranian-American astronaut. After graduating in NASA's latest cohort, the 36-year-old immigrant said she hoped her example might help inspire others from similar backgrounds.
The grand digitization of the finance industry: How technology is paving the path towards the future
Digitization has helped the common man achieve financial independence by obtaining affordable access to finance.
Present state of economy is temporary phase: Amit Shah to students
"Don't get disheartened. This is just a temporary phase. I want to tell you that India will become a USD five trillion economy by 2024," Amit Shah said. The Union minister further added that in the first 70 years, our economy grew to USD two trillion. In the first five years of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government, it was taken to USD three trillion.
IIT-KGP develops device that can perform CBC test at Rs 10
The average present cost of CBC, a collection of commonly required blood tests routinely suggested by doctors to assess a wide range of diseases is Rs 200.
Hefty fine for shops and firms not accepting digital payments from February 2020
Shops, firms with an annual turnover of Rs 50 cr or more need to provide digital payment facilities.
Buy NIIT Tech, price target Rs 1710: Chandan Taparia
The analyst suggested a stop loss at Rs 1615.
Stakeholders believe, MDR waiver may hurt digital India
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday said that the zero MDR regime would kick in once the Department of Revenue issued a gazette notification on January 1. Top industry players say Centre’s decision on not levying merchant discount rates will make the business model unviable.
Telecom sector demands tax rationalisation, line of credit
The telecom players sought the government’s support to lessen the regulatory levies including the reduction of Universal Service Obligation Fund (USOF) charge to 3%, and reduction of license fee from 3% to 1%, as a part of their pre-budget 2020-21 demand.
OnePlus to start assembling TV sets in India
Premium smartphone maker OnePlus is going to start production of television sets in India from this quarter, seeking to make the country its production hub for global supplies.
Copyright © 2020 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service