Driven by a renewed surge in India amid WhatsApp privacy row, Telegram has become the most downloaded non-gaming app worldwide for January 2021 with more than 63 million installs, 3.8 times its downloads in the same month a year ago, according to latest data released by app analytics firm Sensor Tower.
Researchers have developed a wearable device that can be placed directly on a patient's skin and can continually measure the concentration of cortisol, the main stress biomarker, in the patient's sweat.
The IT spending on augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) is set to grow rapidly at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 47.7 per cent and reach $28.8 billion by 2024, according to a new report.
A number of social media platforms including Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter this week took measures to target users involved in reslling hijacked user accounts across their platforms, cybersecurity expert Brian Krebs reported.
Aerospace major Airbus on Friday said its geospatial digital platform delivering satellite imagery, analytics and services, OneAtlas, will partner with Bengaluru-based startup, HyperVerge, to implement and integrate new Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based analysis of satellite data.
Microsoft on Thursday unveiled a new employee experience platform called Viva designed to help people learn, grow and thrive, with new experiences that integrate with the productivity and collaboration capabilities in Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams.
NASA, in collaboration with three international partners, is planning to launch a robotic Mars ice mapping mission, which could help the agency identify potential science objectives for initial human missions to Mars.
The new subsea cable between the US and mainland Europe, named after Nobel Peace Prize winner and founder of the Red Cross, Henry Dunant, is now ready for service and can transmit the entire digitised Library of Congress three times every second, Google has announced.
Top Twitter management in India faces penal action that may include seven-year imprisonment and fine if the company does not comply with the Indian governments latest order to remove accounts and tweets which alleged "farmer genocide" in the country, legal experts said on Wednesday.