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DNA: Analyzing the possible hands indulged in Scorpene Submarine data leak

Analyzing the possible hands indulged in Scorpene Submarine data leak. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

DNA: Analyzing the impact of secret data leak of Scorpene submarine on India's security Part II

Analyzing the impact of secret data leak of Scorpene submarine on India's security. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

DNA: Analyzing the impact of secret data leak of Scorpene submarine on India's security

Analyzing the impact of secret data leak of Scorpene submarine on India's security. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

Did India become victim of Scorpene submarine conspiracy? Part V

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Did India become victim of Scorpene submarine conspiracy? Part IV

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Did India become victim of Scorpene submarine conspiracy?

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Idea to provide one month free internet access under new initiative

Idea to provide one month free internet access under new initiative

Through the initiative, Idea plans to empower all the Idea prepaid consumers and retailers by giving them one month of free Internet access to Internet non-users.

Microsoft sues US government over data requests

Microsoft sues US government over data requests

Microsoft Corp has sued the US government for the right to tell its customers when a federal agency is looking at their emails, the latest in a series of clashes over privacy between the technology industry and Washington.

Microsoft offers first major endorsement of new EU-US data pact

Microsoft became on Monday the first major U.S. tech company to say it would transfer users` information to the United States using a new transatlantic commercial data pact and would resolve any disputes with European privacy watchdogs.

Google joins Facebook's 'Open Compute Project' to power data centres

Google joins Facebook's 'Open Compute Project' to power data centres

Search engine giant Google and the social networking website have teamed up to give Facebook's "Open Compute Project" a new push that works to change the way data centres are designed and operated across the world.

Global Internet users rise 300 mn to 3.2 bn in 2015: Facebook

Internet users globally grew by 300 million to 3.2 billion at the end of 2015, partly due to affordable data and rising global income, says a report by social media giant Facebook.

5D data storage could record human history forever

The technology was first experimentally demonstrated in 2013 when a 300 kb (kilobyte) digital copy of a text file was successfully recorded in 5D.

Here's how human brain can handle so much data

Here's how human brain can handle so much data

 Researchers led by an Indian-origin scientist from Georgia Institute of Technology have discovered how humans can categorise data using less than one percent of the original information

Lie-detecting software using court data developed

By studying videos from high-stakes court cases, researchers from University of Michigan have built a prototype of a lie-detecting software based on real-world data.

India top in censoring Facebook content

India top in censoring Facebook content

 According to the data released by Facebook in its biannual government requests report, India made 15,155 demands, outnumbering 92 other countries in the list.

Big data market to be worth $48.6 billion in 2019: IDC

Spending on technology and services related to big data is set to surge to nearly 50 billion by 2019, according a new report, which claims that software will be the main growth driver.

Use unique sounds to access your data faster

If you are tired of watching that circle spinning in the centre of your computer screen while you wait for a programme to be loaded, try singing to your data, literally.

Light-based memory chip that permanently stores data

The new device uses the phase-change material -- the same as that used in rewritable CDs and DVDs -- to store data.

First all-optical permanent on-chip memory developed

 Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have created the first all-optical permanent on-chip memory that can store data for decades, an advance that may lead to the development of optical computers.

How DNA can store digital data for thousands of years

How DNA can store digital data for thousands of years

Researchers claimed to have made a breakthrough discovery on how to store information for years without using the modern-day hard drives – courtesy, DNA.