Fishing for better returns: Taking technology to shrimp farmers
India produced more than 7,00,000 tonnes of shrimp in 2019 and exported more than 6,20,000 tonnes to the United States, European Union, Japan and China. The production comes from around 1,70,000 ha of shrimp farms along the country’s coast, with Andhra Pradesh contributing a major share — of more than 4,00,000 tonnes.
Zensar Technologies shares plunge nearly 14% after Q3 results
Zensar Technologies on Thursday posted a 32.6 per cent fall in net profit.
How technology saved China’s economy
China may be using technology for surveillance, but it has also created a new engine of growth
WE HUB collaborates with Hyderabad City Police to incorporate new technologies into policing
The Hyderabad city police and WE HUB organised a 36-hour hackathon aimed at solving problems in the fields of cybercrimes, crimes against women and children, road-safety awareness and social media monitoring for tackling fake news.
You could get to use a 5G phone as soon as Feb
Chinese company, iQOO is set to enter Indian markets with 5G phones in early February this year, aiming to sell one million units in 2020 through the online channel initially. The company will launch 5G and 4G variants of its latest premium smartphone featuring high-end specifications, said director of marketing at iQOO.
Start-up IPO Tranway Technologies to open on January 27
The IT firm intends to list on the start-up platform of BSE.
Indian Railways’ first waste to energy plant commissioned
The plant has a catalytic converter and it converts the waste materials into light diesel oil, gas, carbon powder and water through ‘Polycrack’ technology.
HCL Technologies launches dedicated Microsoft biz unit
The HCL Microsoft Business Unit will create intellectual property extending the Microsoft platform for customer-specific scenarios and will also provide additional support to clients in the financial services, healthcare and life sciences, manufacturing, retail, and travel industries, it added.
Indian tech industry facing biggest-ever HR challenge, needs to recruit, skill 2 mn professionals: Report
The increasing competition has not left organisations with much of an alternative. They have to either embrace the challenge or perish, according to the report titled 'AI & Future Of Work: Redefining Future Of Enterprise.' Employability with technology continues to be a problem despite India having a large number of higher academic institutions.
India-Poland can promote rules-based world order: Polish Institute of International Affairs
Poland is India’s largest trade partner and export destination in the Central European region, with bilateral trade growing almost seven-fold over the last ten years. As per Indian statistics, the overall value of bilateral trade in 2018 was $ 2.351 billion. India’s export to Poland contributed to 0.48% of overall India’s export.
Hexaware appoints new Chief People Officer
Joshi joins Hexaware from Great Place to Work, India where he was the Practice Head, involved in driving culture building programs with medium to large organizations across varied sectors. With 20 years of professional experience across corporate, academic, research and consulting areas, he brings with him a rich and diverse experience.
5G: India will no longer be behind technology curve, says Trai Chief
“There are less than a third of mobile towers connected to fibre backhaul when compared to China that has more than 80% connected,” Sharma said. He added that the telecom sector should be treated as ‘strategic’ to serve citizens and that issues such as the Right-of-Way (RoW) should be set right.
Now, grow chemical-free vegetables in soil-less indoor garden
Agro2o is offering a line of intelligent soil-free smart garden by using futuristic technologies such as automation and IoT. This makes it possible for everyone to grow fresh and chemical free plants in the comfort of their homes.
Stock market update: IT shares mixed; Infosys rises 2%
The Nifty IT index was trading 0.58 per cent up at 16,428.75 .
Creating a personal connect with AI: Pranav Mistry, CEO, Samsung’s STAR Labs
The President and CEO of Samsung’s STAR Labs told ET in an exclusive interview that he created Neon because human beings are unable to connect with artificial intelligence (AI) assistants such as Apple’s Siri.
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