Now what about the E-waste?

Ever wonder what happens to the Laptop’s , Desktop’s, CD’s, keyboard’s etc. that we do away with? Certainly some of it can be repaired and recycled, but a large portion of E-waste is considered to be the “most” toxic of all waste material and needs to be disposed off in the proper scientific ways. However, the problem …

When Education and Technology Comes Together

Gone are the days of boring classroom lectures and rigorous theory based exams. The big generational shift taking place in the student community, will soon make the traditional means of learning completely redundant. The way the current generation lives their life, thinks, engages and spends their time is ever changing. Tapping onto this change, there are multiple edutech …

Samsung beats Apple in the Smartphone market

In the first quarter of this year, Samsung sales have increased phenomenally and it managed to overtake Apple in the ‘Worldwide Smartphone market’. According to the research group IDC, Samsung sold 82.4 million smartphones in the first three months of the 2015, for a 24.5 percent market share whereas Apple could sell 61.2 million iPhones for ~18% market …

TRAI website down by Hackers called AnonOpsIndia

The website of TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India) was allegedly hacked by a group called AnonOpsIndia who claim the responsibility through their post on Twitter:  It took responsibility for the distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack and bringing the site down. The reason is breach of individuals privacy by displaying the email ids of over 1 …

Big value deal in IT space: Capgemini to buy iGate

Capgemini, the France based IT services major announced the acquisition of iGate, a US based IT service company for an all-cash deal valued at $4 billion. The deal is targeted to enhance Capgemini’s market presence in North American region, where iGate already derives 70 per cent of its revenues from clients like GE, MetLife and Royal Bank of Canada. …