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Bangalore based technology startup Absentia has launched the inaugural module of its animation tool Norah AI. (Photo/Absentia)

Bangalore based tech startup Absentia launches Norah AI for smart gaming

Norah AI can be used to create a wide array of interactive objects ranging from animations to entire games, all with the minimal human input, said Absentia
Limesh Parekh, CEO, Enjay IT Solution

Microsoft Kaizala v/s WhatsApp: How MS Kaizala can help SMEs and startups to manage their business

Kaizala is a mobile app specifically designed for Indians by Microsoft India. It works like WhatsApp for business.
Organisations need to put ethics at the heart of securing public trust in the digital age according to a new global study of accountants and business leaders from ACCA. (Photo/ACCA)

Chartered Accountants body ACCA warns of new ethical risks in the digital age

A report released by ACCA raises questions about how prepared businesses are to face new ethical challenges such as ransomware attacks; crypto-currency transactions; intellectual property disputes and customer privacy
Trend Micro said that it has invited renowned experts, industry thought leaders, businesses and organisations from across the globe to re-evaluate and redefine their understanding of threats, risks and solutions in a rapidly evolving threat landscape during the CLOUDSEC 2017. (Photo/Trend Micro)

Trend Micro CLOUDSEC 2017 to focus on security of Industrial Internet of Things in India

Cybersecurity firm Trend Micro will host its premier internet security conference CLOUDSEC 2017 in Mumbai on September 13
Avaya has announced that Jim Chirico, Avaya COO and global sales leader, will assume the position of CEO and join the board of directors, effective October 1, 2017. Current CEO Kevin Kennedy will retire from that role, as well as from his board position, but remain as an advisor to the company. (Photo/Avaya)

Avaya elevates Jim Chirico as CEO, Kevin Kennedy to retire

The incumbent, Kevin Kennedy, will retire as CEO and a member of the Board of Directors but will remain as an advisor to the company. Chirico will join the Board, said Avaya.
Struggling with its huge debt and waiting resolution to the Chapter 11 filing, US-based communication technology firm Avaya is looking to find a viable path to exit Chapter 11 which it filed over six month ago. (Photo/wikimedia.org)

Avaya announces plan support agreement, seeks to exit Chapter 11

Company informed that it has entered into a plan support agreement (PSA) with holders of over 50% of its first lien debt including certain members of the ad hoc group of first lien creditors. The first lien debt holders receive payment before all other debt holders, and have the legal right to seize property from a borrower
Social media giant Facebook is testing a feature that will run top posts from local politicians even into non-followers news feed, said media report. (Photo/Recode)

Facebook to run top posts from politicians in your News Feed even if you don’t follow them: Here’s why

Facebook is testing a feature that will run top posts from local politicians into users news feed who follow at least one local, state or federal representative from their area
On Friday, The Wall Street Journal reported that Google has been in discussions with several publishers, including Vox Media, Time Warner Inc’s CNN, Mic, the Washington Post and Time Inc to participate in the project. (Photo/Google)

Google publishing technology: Here’s why Google wants media companies to create stories like Snapchat’s ‘Discover’

The parent company of Google, Alphabet Inc is working on the development of technology that will enable media companies to create stories similar to those found on Snapchat’s “Discover” platform
UST Global is a digital technology company that provides advanced computing and digital services to large private and public enterprises around the world. (Photo/Agency)

UST Global bags contract from Hong Kong govt for IT services

UST Global (Singapore) Pte Ltd said that the Hong Kong government has awarded the company with the standing offer agreement for quality professional services for the supply of Information Technology services to all of its over 80 bureaus and departments
The winner will be announced in early 2018 at a popular literary festival, said a statement from Amazon. (Photo/Agency)

Winner of Amazon’s literary contest to get ₹10 lakh prize and a publishing contract

Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing has launched the Pen to Publish contest to recognise literary excellence in English language. Under this competition, the winning author will receive a prize of ₹10 lakh, a print publishing deal with Westland Publishing for this winning work and 1-on-1 mentoring by a popular author.