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“Adding Brilliant Basics’ design and CX capabilities has already proven to be invaluable, helping Infosys close large deals with a deep blend of skills,” said Ravi Kumar S, President & Deputy COO, Infosys. (Photo/Agency)

Infosys to acquire London based design thinking firm Brilliant Basics

Indian IT major Infosys has signed definitive agreement to acquire Brilliant Basics, a London-based product design and customer experience (CX) firm known for its design thinking-led approach and experience in executing global programs.
DBS Bank India and Tally Solutions have entered into a partnership to launch a connected banking platform to enable convenient GST payments (Photo/Agency)

DBS Bank and Tally partner for GST enabled connected banking for SMEs

DBS Bank India and Tally Solutions have entered into a partnership to launch a connected banking platform to enable convenient GST payments and accounting processes for SMEs, said Tally Solutions.
Campaign for Accountability (CfA), a non-profit organisation identified 329 research papers published between 2005 and 2017 on public policy matters of interest to Google that were in some way funded by the company (Photo/Agency)

CfA claims Google paid millions for favourable academic research; search giant says competitors like Oracle behind the report

Google paid millions of dollar to scholars and academician from most prestigious universities including Stanford, Harvard, MIT, Oxford for favourable academic research to support its business and policy goals, claims CfA
Larsen and Toubro Technology Services Limited (LTTS), a subsidiary of Larsen and Toubro has established a Centre of Excellence (CoE) for IoT (Photo/LTTS)

L&T opens Centre of Excellence in Bengaluru to focus on industrial IoT

Larsen and Toubro Technology Services Limited (LTTS), a subsidiary of Larsen and Toubro has established a Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Bengaluru
Microsoft is not only building IT solutions solely to support conspicuous consumption, it is also working to make a positive impact in the world, said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (Photo/Agency)

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella: Beyond IT solutions, we are working to make a positive impact in world

Microsoft is not only building IT solutions solely to support conspicuous consumption, it is also working to make a positive impact in the world, said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella
Global technology Microsoft which has put emphasis on its Cloud-computing products instead of licences for boxed software is likely to reorganise its sales groups, resulting in layoffs, media reported. A formal announcement could be made by next week, Seattle Times reported, citing a source familiar with the matter. (Photo/Agency)

Cloud impact: Microsoft to reorganise its sales groups, resulting in layoffs

With Microsoft putting emphasis on its Cloud-computing products instead of licences for boxed software, the technology giant is likely to reorganise its sales groups, resulting in layoffs, media reported
Intel said that it will invest over Rs 1,000 crore to expand its R&D presence and build a state- of-the-art design house in India (Photo/Agency)

Intel to invest Rs 10,00 crore in advance R&D in India

Semiconductor giant Intel said that it will invest over Rs 1,000 crore to expand its R&D presence and build a state- of-the-art design house in India
To address the growing concern of degrading air quality, Intel has launched a Intel-based Bosch Air Quality Micro Climate Monitoring System (Photo/Agency)

Intel and Bosch come together to launch monitoring system for air pollution at construction sites

To address the growing concern of degrading air quality, chip maker Intel has launched a new Intel-based Bosch Air Quality Micro Climate Monitoring System in India
The 4- to 10-core processors will be available for pre-order beginning on June 19 and will start shipping to consumers the following week. (Photo/E3 Expo 2016)

Intel at E3 2017: Announces partnership with ESL, Oculus and Ready At Dawn Studios, pre-order for X-series processor to begin on June 19

On the eve of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), the chip giant Intel demonstrated a lineup of new games technology and announced several new initiatives, including partnerships with ESL, Oculus and Ready At Dawn Studios
The Indian government will spend $7.8 billion on IT in 2017, a 7.5 percent increase from 2016 but 2% down from Gartner's previous projections (Photo/Agency)

Demonetisation effect: India’s IT spending forecast down from 9.5% to 7.5%

The Indian government will spend $7.8 billion on IT in 2017, a 7.5 percent increase from 2016 but 2% down from Gartner's previous projections