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Google searches for the phrase “jobs near me” have steadily risen over the past four-and-a-half years in India, with search interest surging in the last two years.
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Facebook Watch is expanding, even as it’s failing to gain much traction amongst younger, digital-native audiences.
Quadrotors are fast, cheap, and capable, and they’re getting smarter all the time. Where they struggle a little bit is with adaptation. Many other kinds of robots can change their structure to better perform different tasks.
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Google chief Sundar Pichai said fears about artificial intelligence are valid but that the tech industry is up to the challenge of regulating itself, in an interview published on Wednesday.
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Instagram Direct, a feature that allows you to communicate with other Instagram users, has been upgraded with the ability to send voice messages.
International Business Machines (IBM) is looking to work with Indian telecom firms to offer blockchain solutions that can be used in mobile number portability (MNP) and ‘Do Not Call’ (DNC) registries.
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Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2 and the ZenFone Max M2 are all set for their India launch today. Both new models were unveiled in Russia last week.
PUBG released on Play Station 4: Here's how the game experience is specialised for Sony's gaming console, and a guide on things to keep in mind during and before gameplay.
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Files by Google, the app that was originally called Files Go, has received an update. The updated Files app brings USB OTG support.
Google is bringing its Smart Reply feature to Hangouts Chat for G Suite, its workplace messaging platform. The feature is similar to Smart Reply in Gmail.
Chinese tech giant Huawei has played its biggest bet in India by bringing in its first Mate series smartphone — the Mate 20 Pro — that costs a tad more than Samsung’s latest flagship Galaxy Note 9.
Scientists have successfully used a virus to engineer a better type of memory in computers, which could boost their speed and efficiency.