How you can upgrade to latest Windows 10 for free!
How you can upgrade to latest Windows 10 for free!

Microsoft will release its latest version of Operating Systems (OS) — Windows 10 — on July 29, and to add to the buzz the software giant has promised that it will be free for download for many curr

Facebook's 'Moments' app lets you share hundreds of photos of friends from camera roll

Facebook has launched a new application "Moments" that allows users to share hundreds of photos of their friends from the camera roll using the face-recognition technology that powers the suggested tags users see when adding a photo of a friend.

Data-management app Opera Max launched

Opera Software on Tuesday launched Max, a free data-management and data-saving app, in India and Bangladesh which will reduce data usage for mobile users.

Adobe to disrupt stock photo space with new product

Adobe is all set to disrupt the stock photo sales sector with its global launch of the Adobe Stock service on Tuesday which will allow users to buy photos via Adobe creative softwares such as Photoshop and Illustrator.

An app to track employees, increase productivity

A start-up company in Kochi is all set to launch a mobile phone application to track the movement of their employees and monitor performance.

An app to track employees, increase productivity

A start-up company in Kochi is all set to launch a mobile phone application to track the movement of their employees and monitor performance.

Microsoft planning to roll out Skype Translator this summer

After previewing its real-time translation for Skype over the last six months, Microsoft is reportedly ready to roll out the impressive feature this summer.

Apple's iPad, iPhone to get news app

Apple has unveiled a new app for delivering news to users of iPhones and iPads.

Lenovo launches affordable range of Yoga tablets

Chinese PC maker Lenovo on Tuesday introduced the new affordable range of Yoga laptops, meant especially for students.

Apple attacks Windows, Android with new updates
Apple attacks Windows, Android with new updates

Apple launched a host of products at its well-attended developer's conference in San Francisco, including two operating systems for its PC and its iPhone and iPad, besides a software update for its watch and a couple of apps on news and online payments.

Video game helps robots plan their actions!
Video game helps robots plan their actions!

Researchers have used a popular video game to develop an algorithm that can help robots learn how to tell which objects and actions might be useful to achieve a goal.

Mobile phones and cameras can co-exist, says Canon
Mobile phones and cameras can co-exist, says Canon

Digital imaging major Canon expects the market for single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras to double in India this year to 400,000 units, and saw the industry co-existing with mobile phones, despite losing some share in the lower segments.

Chipmaker Atmel exploring sale: Sources

Atmel Corp , a maker of small processors called microcontrollers that are used in a variety of electronics, is exploring strategic alternatives, including a possible sale, three people familiar with the matter said on Monday.

Google aims to patent child toy that pays attention

Google has filed a patent for toys that pay attention to who is in a room and can interact with other media devices.

US smartphone app sends police incident videos to lawyers

 Civil rights campaigners on Thursday launched a smartphone app that can video record interactions between police and member of the public, and store them for potential use in legal action.

Snapchat shows data requests in transparency report

Snapchat, the social network for users who like the security of disappearing messages, released its first transparency report Thursday showing hundreds of requests from US and foreign law enforcement agencies.

LVMH's Tag Heuer surfs wave of smartwatch partnerships

Tag Heuer plans to unveil a smartwatch on Thursday among a wave of partnerships expected at the world`s biggest watch fair this week as luxury watchmakers fight back against Apple.

Intel Corp chief shows wrist-worn drone; promises to employ more women

Intel Corp Chief Executive Brian Krzanich showed off a computer built into a jacket button and a wristband that transforms into a selfie-snapping flying camera, as the chipmaker extends its push into smart wearable gadgets. 

Sony`s PlayStation offline, Micosoft`s Xbox restored in `hack`
Sony`s PlayStation offline, Micosoft`s Xbox restored in `hack`

 Microsoft`s online network for its Xbox gaming console was restored to nearly full service Friday after an alleged coordinated Christmas Day hack brought it and Sony`s PlayStation network down.

Sony PlayStation, Microsoft Xbox hit by delays
Sony PlayStation, Microsoft Xbox hit by delays

Microsoft Corp`s Xbox Live and Sony Corp`s <6758.T> PlayStation Networks experienced user connection problems on Christmas Day, for which a hacker group claimed responsibility.

Tizen TV no substitute for Samsung's long-awaited answer to Android

Global smartphone leader Samsung Electronics Co Ltd <005930.KS> is planning a new product launch next year based on its own Tizen operating system, the South Korean giant`s strategic push to

Facebook teams with NFL to score with online video

Facebook said Thursday it had teamed with the National Football League to show ad-sponsored video clips at the leading social network.

Google self-driving car prototype ready to try road

Google on Monday announced that the first completed prototype of its self-driving car is ready to be road tested.

Hackers turning smartphones into slave armies
Hackers turning smartphones into slave armies

Mobile security firm Lookout on Wednesday warned that Android-powered smartphones or tablets are being targeted with malicious software that puts them at the mercy of hacker overlords.

US government warns on bug in Apple's iOS software

The US government warned iPhone and iPad users on Thursday to be on the alert for hackers who may exploit a vulnerability in Apple Inc`s iOS operating system that would enable them to steal sensitive data.

Twitter considers crafting new apps, improving messaging

Twitter Inc is considering creating additional mobile applications beyond its core messaging service and ways of making it easier for newcomers to use its service, as it vies with Facebook Inc and other social media for smartphone users.

EU's antitrust chief says needs time to resolve Google probe

Europe`s new antitrust chief said on Tuesday that she would take some time to decide on the next step of a four-year-long investigation into Google after her predecessor scrapped a proposed settlement with the Internet giant.

Alibaba shopping festival sells $2 bln in first one hour

 Alibaba Group Holding Ltd said about $2 billion worth of goods were sold on the e-commerce giant`s websites within the first hour and 12 seconds of its annual shopping festival.

Apple iOS bug makes most devices vulnerable to attack: Researchers

Cybersecurity researchers have warned that a bug in Apple Inc`s iOS operating system makes most iPhones and iPads vulnerable to cyberattacks by hackers seeking access to sensitive data and control of their devices.

Indian-origin radiographer elected ISRRT President

A South African Indian-origin radiographer has been elected as the president of the International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists (ISRRT).