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Google acquires Indian-led company Flutter

NEW DELHI: Google has acquired gesture recognition startup Flutter. The San-Francisco-based company is founded by Navneet Dalal and Mehul Nariyawala of Indian origin. Both the companies have not disclosed details on the price or the terms of the deal. Flutter develops gesture recognition technologythat controls popular apps like YouTube, Pandora and Netflix via webcam. Announcing the deal on Flutter's homep ...

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Technopark-TBI Incubated Ideal Safety Systems & Tehri Hydro Development Corporation (THDC) join hands in Sustainable livelihood projects

As a part of CSR initiative by Tehri Hydro Development Corporation (THDC), Ideal Safety Systems (a govt of Kerala certified service provider in Safety-Hygiene-Waste Management) through its mentor Technopark-TBI (a govt. of India certified CSR execution entity) has inked for Sustainable livelihood projects. The MoU for the same was signed by Mr. Rakesh Khare – CGM Sewa, THDC & Dr. K C Chandrashekharan Na ...

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FOSS Young Professional Meet 2013 Begins

The FOSS Young Professionals Meet 2013 organized by International Centre for Free and Open Source Software (ICFOSS) was inaugurated by Prof. M S Rajasree, Director, IIITM-K. The Meet has been organized as ICFOSS’s initiative to expose young professionals to the opportunities in FOSS and introduce them to emerging FOSS-based tools, technology and trends.   ICFOSS Director Satish Babu in his welcome spee ...

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“The future of India, I believe, is tied to how innovative we can become.“

Michael Philps sits down with the Director of the International Centre For Free and Open Source Software (ICFOSS), Satish Babu, for an informal interview about ICFOSS as an institution and the direction of IT in Kerala and India more broadly. Satish Babu is also the president of the Computer Society of India (CSI), and represented the CSI as the President of the South-East Asia Regional Computer Confederati ...

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Apple Inc set to announce two iPhones today

The handset market is so brutally competitive that Apple, the most successful smartphone maker, is preparing to step up its game this week by offering two new iPhones instead of one. The company is set to unveil for customers worldwide a new iPhonewith a faster processor, along with another model that will be sold at a lower cost, at an event on Tuesday at its California headquarters. The company’s profit g ...

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IRCTC’s Online Shopping Site Powered by Yebhi is Live

The world of online shopping has a new entrant, the Indian Railways.  To leverage its huge user base on train ticketing website, Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has tied up with an online shopping company to sell consumer products ranging from bed sheets to shoes, tablets, and jewellery. The online shopping mall of IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation) website, curr ...

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Delhi, Kerala, Goa, Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh top e-Readiness rankings

GURGAON, INDIA: The Dataquest-CyberMedia Research e-Readiness Assessment of Indian States 2013 revealed that Delhi, Kerala, Goa, Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh had topped the rankings in the overall planning, implementation and outcomes generated from their IT policy initiatives, administrative reforms and roll-out of e-Governance programmes. Key lessons Ibrahim Ahmad, Group Editor, Dataquest, said: "Close to 6 ...

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Swedish Delegation visits Infopark

A five member high level delegation from Kumla City of Sweden, led by Mayor Katarina Hansson, visited Infopark to study the investment opportunities and growth plans in Kerala IT as part of their weeklong visit to Kochi city. Infopark CEO, Hrishikesh Nair, welcomed them and briefed them on the initiatives of Kerala IT in general and on Infopark’s role specifically. The Mayor was accompanied by Kumla City Co ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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