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It is with great sadness that Trend Micro and its 5,500 employees around the globe have learned about the death of Raimund Genes, chief technology officer for Trend Micro. Genes, aged 54, died unexpectedly of a heart attack on Friday, March 24, at his family home in Germany. “It...
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Microsoft went ahead and launched yet another AI chatbot on February 7 this year, and the world didn't even notice. As described on its personal Facebook page, Microsoft's Ruuh is a desi AI which has personal interests in "chatting, Bollywood, music, humor, travel and browsing internet."Ruuh's...
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To make India a global manufacturing hub, 'Make in India' has been one of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's major initiative launched along side 'Startup India'. From relaxing foreign direct investment (FDI) norms to rolling out a simplified tax regime, the government has done a lot to lure high-profile foreign...

1) Teenager from Arunachal Develops Goggles For Blind, Using Parking Sensor TechnologyA class XI student of New Galaxy Academy, Nirjuli is currently the talk of the town in Arunachal Pradesh. The student, Anang Tadar has successfully built a very innovative gadget for blind people called Goggle for...
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In what could be seen as an impressive achievement, a New Zealand-based startup called Soul Machines has successfully built a virtual chatbot that can not only portray human emotions, but also read their facial expressions.According to the startup, their main aim behind creating Nadia, the chatbot,...
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While Indians are still working on making electric cars on roads a mass reality, a US-based startup named Wright Electric has started working on an electric-powered plane that will be capable of taking a commercial flight in the next 10 years. According to Wright Electric, their aim...
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On the occasion of World Water Day yesterday, tech giant IBM entered into a pact with Ireland's Dublin City University for a collaborative R&D pilot to leverage the in trend internet of things (IoT) technology to help protect water, which is currently the most precious natural resource...
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In what may come as a rude shock to many, the Indian subcontinent experienced more Internet shutdowns in 2016 than any other country on the planet. Not only did these shutdowns cause inconvenience to the citizens of the second largest population in the world, but it also caused them...
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Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) has begun construction of the world’s first full scale Passenger Hyperloop Capsule. This first capsule is the culmination of over three years and thousands of hours of design, research, and analysis.Construction is underway for delivery and an official reveal in early 2018 at...
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Scientists in The Netherlands have developed a new wireless internet based on harmless infrared rays that is 100 times faster than existing WiFi network and has the capacity to support more devices without getting congested.The wireless network developed by researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology in The Netherlands...