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.

LinkedIn 'buys and shuts down' Refresh.io to add predictive insights to its products
LinkedIn 'buys and shuts down' Refresh.io to add predictive insights to its products

LinkedIn has bought and will be shutting down Refresh.io, a startup and iOS app of the same name that provides insights about people in your networks right before you meet them.

Aaron Paul launches app based on his 'Breaking Bad' role
Aaron Paul launches app based on his 'Breaking Bad' role

Emmy-winning actor Aaron Paul has launched a greetings application, named after the signature phrase of his 'Breaking Bad' character, 'Yo B-tch'.

India's tour of England: Ajinkya Rahane's contribution pivotal in India's ODI series win
India's tour of England: Ajinkya Rahane's contribution pivotal in India's ODI series win

When class meets application, results seldom disappoint! On Tuesday, Ajinkya Rahane once again showed the cricketing world his class, applying his skills to help India register yet another big ODI win in England.

Now AR Rahman app for your phone

Oscar winning music composer A.R. Rahman has announced the launch of an app for his fans to help them connect conveniently with him and his music.

Google unveils magazine reading application

Google is joining a crowd of companies packaging digital content in a magazine-like format for mobile devices.

J&K: Return of militants being worked out

J&K police said that out of 700 applications filed by relatives of Kashmiri militants to facilitate their return, 145 have been worked out.

Fodder scam: Court rejects Lalu`s application

A special CBI court rejected the petitions of Bihar`s former chief ministers Lalu Prasad Yadav and Jagannath Mishra, besides nine others, seeking to exonerate them of charges in a case related to the multi-crore fodder scam.

IPhone app that alerts how to manage power usage

An iPhone application warns homeowners of critical battery situations, suggests appliances to turn on or off, recommends ideal times to execute tasks that require greater power.

iPhone app checks number of men and women

The SceneTap application allows the users to click the right balance between the two genders, enabling them to choose the destination which best suits them.

Now, an iPhone app to find parking spots!

The headache of finding a parking space in a busy city may soon be eliminated by a new app available for iPhone users.

Special court rejects defence counsel application in Jaya case

A special court on Saturday rejected application filed by the defence counsel seeking more time to point out "defects" in the evidences of all 259 witnesses in the trial of the disproportionate assets case against Jayalalithaa.

Now, iPhone application that translates words

It could be the perfect tool for bewildered tourists lost in a foreign city.

A smartphone app that acts like a girlfriend!

Feeling lonely, but dating sites sound like too much work?

Google bans phone application used in spying

Google bans an application which helps a cell phone user read the text messages of others secretly.

SC defers interim bail application of SPS Rathore

Disgraced former Haryana DGP S
P S Rathore will have to celebrate Diwali behind bars with the
Supreme Court on Wednesday deferring his interim bail plea till
November 11 in the Ruchika Girhotra molestation case.

FB`s apps giving user info to Internet tracking cos

Facebook`s applications are transmitting info about the users to Internet tracking cos.

Now, an application that wipes off all about your ex on Facebook

Here’s some good news for those who want no connection with their ex anymore—an application called ‘Ex-blocker’.

Don`t transfer RTI application more than once: Delhi govt

The Delhi government has asked its officials to refrain from repeatedly transferring RTI applications which results in delayed response and warned that non-compliance of it may result in "heavy penalty".