You Are Here: Home » Featured (Page 79)

Toonz film Swami Ayyappan –promo wins Anifest TVCA AWARD 2013

Trivandrum, August 28, 2013 – The promo of Swami Ayyappan, an Animated feature made by Technopark based Toonz Animation Studio has won the Anifest TVCA AWARDS 2013 for the Best Film- Commissioned category.  Mahesh Vettiyar & Chetan Sharma, the directors of the film received the award at the ceremony organized in Mumbai. The annual animation festival  Anifest India has established itself as the premier e ...

Read more

Microsoft launches Windows 8.1 update for PC makers

NEW YORK: Microsoft released the latest version of its operating system, Windows 8.1, to computer makers, moving a step closer to the final release of the software. For consumers, Windows 8.1 is scheduled for an October 18 release, Microsoft said on its blog. In the past, release to manufacturers (RTM) meant that any software is broadly ready for customer use. However, this time the latest update to Windows ...

Read more

India is now world’s third largest Internet user after U.S., China

India has bypassed Japan to become the world’s third largest Internet user after China and the United States, and its users are significantly younger than those of other emerging economies, global digital measurement and analytics firm comScore has said in a report. India now has nearly 74 million Internet users, a 31 per cent increase over March 2012, the report says. The numbers are lower than other recen ...

Read more

Global IT firms may take $180-billion hit over 3 years on US e-surveillance project

CHENNAI: Global information technology service providers may take a $180-billion hit, or take a 25 per cent hit in overall revenue, in the next three years due to PRISM, the US National Security Agency’s electronic surveillance programme. According to a Forrester analyst, US customers may also bypass cloud providers for their international and overseas businesses, costing the IT service providers up to 20 p ...

Read more

India: Talent hotspot for global cybercrime industry

India is fast emerging as a talent hotspot for the global cybercrime industry amid slow hiring in the traditional software industry, the lure of easy money, and lack of law enforcement, according to computer security experts. Work such as hacking into computer networks and creation of malware is being outsourced to cyber-mercenaries in India through underground marketplaces. It is possible to rent botnets - ...

Read more

Free messaging apps unsafe, claim hackers

NEW DELHI: The free text messaging app on your phone can be used to steal your personal information. Sounding this warning, hackers and cyber security professionals have claimed that internet companies can access a mobile user's chat logs and phone data, including location, contacts, mail and much more, through some of these free texting apps. To prove their point, a team of young hackers demonstrated on Su ...

Read more

ALTEN Calsoft Labs Joins Network Intelligence Alliance to Drive Innovation and Leardership for Next-Generation Network Solutions

Bangalore: ALTEN Calsoft Labs, a wholly owned subsidiary of ALTEN, the € 1.2 billion European leader in Engineering and Technology Consulting, today announced that it has become a member of the Network Intelligence Alliance (NI Alliance), an industry organization created for collaboration among the Network Economy’s technology providers. Participation in the NI Alliance will help ALTEN Calsoft Labs to build ...

Read more

Google looks to widen interest on the internet photo-sharing space in India

Internet giant Google on Monday said it would increase its focus on photograph sharing in India by offering tools to help both professionals as well as amateurs to share their images. Currently, Facebook, Pintrest and Flickr lead the online photograph sharing market, of which Google aims to corner a larger pie. "Recognising evolving needs of photographers, Google Plus is focused on not only providing servic ...

Read more

Falling rupee, a windfall for info-tech industry

MUMBAI:  The weakening rupee coupled with the pickup in demand for technology products and services is helping the cause of Indian companies. “It is good for the industry. There may be increase in hedging fee. But no company takes cover for 100 per cent revenues. Net-net, they benefit out of increase in dollar value,” said Ankita Somani, sector analyst at Angel Broking. Today, the rupee touched a new low, c ...

Read more

LinkedIn opens its doors for high school students, launches University Pages

With a network of over 225 million users representing over 200 countries around the world, LinkedIn has proven itself a much sought networking site for business professionals. Now taking a step further, it has recently launched University Pages on the portal, as disclosed in a blog post. The initiative aims at helping students in making their first, big decision about where to attend college, thereby making ...

Read more
Scroll to top
shared on wplocker.com