India to be Capgemini's epicentre, says chair Hermelin

With 50 percent of its work force already based in India, French software major Capgemini Tuesday said it plans to make the country the epicentre of its execution and will focus on building capabilities around innovation, client experience and leadership.

Google Glass helps monitor tiny human organ models

Google Glass helps monitor tiny human organ models

An organ-on-a-chip is a multi-channel 3-D microfluidic cell culture chip that simulates the activities, mechanics and physiological response of entire organs and organ systems.

Apple to open Europe's first app coder training centre

Apple to open Europe's first app coder training centre

 Apple will open in Naples a centre to teach a "new generation" of computer coders how to develop new software for its app store, the tech giant announced.

Map entire buildings in 3D with mobile devices soon

Swiss scientists have developed a unique software that can map the entire building in 3D with a tablet and other mobile devices - that too in sunlight.

Map entire buildings in 3D with mobile devices soon

The software, developed by a team led by Thomas Schops, doctoral student at the Institute for Visual Computing at ETH Zurich, analyses two images of a building's façade that were taken from different positions.

Micromax all set to offer mobile wallet with smartphone

Micromax, India's consumer electronics company is all set to integrate a mobile wallet into its smart-phones by January. India's largest home-bred handset maker will now offer its customers software services, which will become a key differentiator in a hugely competitive and commoditized device market that is growing at breakneck speed.

China unveils software for n-power technology

The software package, called NESTOR, consists of 68 pieces of software that is aimed at safety analysis, live tests, nuclear re-fueling and emergency response systems for a plant.

Money Mantra: Six things never to spend money on!

Money Mantra: Six things never to spend money on!

What if we told you that some of the simple things of life such as newspapers, books can be avail for free? Read to find out more!

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.

Wipro rejigs telecom business as top executive quits

Software major Wipro Saturday announced realigning its global media and telecom business after its chief executive Ayan Mukerji resigned from the top post to pursue another career.

World's first automated mass-crowd count done

Counting large-scale crowd has been a long, tedious process involving people examining aerial photographs one at a time.

NASA technology to help airlines save fuel, time

NASA technology to help airlines save fuel, time

 Two US airlines will soon begin testing a new NASA-developed software that is designed to help air carriers save time, cut fuel consumption and carbon emissions.

New software to extend smartphone battery life

New software to extend smartphone battery life

Researchers, including those of Indian-origin, have developed a software that can significantly reduce the battery drainage in smartphones by intelligently suppressing apps that run in the background.

New software holds smartphone alerts when you are busy

New software holds smartphone alerts when you are busy

A US-based startup claims to have developed a new software for smartphone apps that can sense when a notification would just annoy you.

New software holds smartphone alerts when you are busy

A US-based startup claims to have developed a new software for smartphone apps that can sense when a notification would just annoy you.

New software makes gene editing technology simpler

Researchers, including those of Indian-origin, have developed a software that can quickly identify most effective ways to target genes with a powerful gene editing tool.

Delhi govt working on software to link PUC centres to a server

 Seeking to make the Pollution Under Control (PUC) monitoring centres work on a real-time basis, the Delhi government is working on a software to link all the PUC centres to a central server to avoid "tampering of data" and "willful mis-reporting" while issuing certificates.

TCS swears by digital tech, to train over 1 lakh employees

Country's largest software exporter Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Thursday said it's training over one lakh employees this year in digital technologies.

Indian Army rolls out new automation software for records

Indian Army rolls out new automation software for records

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Thursday launched a new automataion software, ARPAN 3.0 for the over 12 lakh soldiers of the Indian Army which would provide them easy access to their service records including pay and leave details and transfer and postings among others.

BlackBerry first-quarter software revenue jumps, shares soar

BlackBerry Ltd said on Tuesday its revenue slide began to ease and its turnaround gained traction as revenue from its crucial software segment rose in the first quarter, sending its shares soaring 8.6 percent.