HCL 5th among top 10 tech firms that received H1-B certifications in US(15:04) New Delhi, Feb 16 (IANS) At a time when the US move to limit H1-B visas has left major tech companies perturbed as it will seriously affect their ability to get and retain talented staff, Indian company HCL has secured 5,085 foreign labour certification for the H-1B work visas.
Competing with Apple, Samsung to expand its retail presence in US(14:46) San Francisco, Feb 16 (IANS) Keeping in line with the prevailing competition with Apple, Samsung is planning to inaugurate three full-scale stores in Los Angeles, New York and Houston on February 20, aiming to expand its retail footprint in the US, Apple Insider reported.
Infosys unveils learning app for engineering students(13:32) Mysore, Feb 16 (IANS) Global software major Infosys on Saturday launched its a next-generation digital platform called InfyTQ that aims to offer learning and engagement experiences for engineering students in the country.
Twitter working on Snapchat-like camera feature: Report(10:20) San Francisco, Feb 16 (IANS) Micro-blogging site Twitter has reportedly been developing a "News Camera" functionality that would allow users to add captions to photos, videos and live broadcasts - Snapchat-style.
NaMo app crosses 1 crore downloads on Android despite controversies(20:42) New Delhi, Feb 15 (IANS) With over one crore downloads at Google Play store in four years since its launch, the Narendra Modi (NaMo) app, the official app of the Prime Minister, has established itself as a major platform to share the opinions of the government and -- to some people's disliking -- of the party he belongs.
Xiaomi sales slump in Q4 2018 in China(20:24) Beijing, Feb 15 (IANS) Despite ending 2018 with a dominant position in the growing India smartphone market, Xiaomi's sales declined in its home market in the fourth quarter of 2018, according to a report from the International Data Corp (IDC).
With ovarian cancer deaths set to spike by 67%, AI to rescue: Study(18:24) London, Feb 15 (IANS) With the incidence of ovarian cancer likely to increase by 55 per cent in another 15 years or so, researchers have created an artificial intelligence (AI) software to help best treat ovarian cancer that will pave the way for personalised medicine and expedite relief, a new study says.