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Microsoft to host annual Build event from May 6

Source: IANS The Build conference is Microsoft's main annual developer event where the company unveils its latest Windows versions alongside additions to other software and...

Enterprises entering post-digital era to boost customer experiences

Source: IANS Enterprises entering post-digital era to boost customer experiences: Accenture Four in five businesses believe that digital technologies like mobile, analytics and Cloud have moved...

Why AI, Cloud and Security are Top Priorities for Enterprise Legal...

A recently published report states that legal experts are adopting emerging technologies such as AI, cloud and security. Read on to know more about...

Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts to depart in April

Source: REUTERS Apple named human resources chief Deirdre O'Brien as senior vice president of "Retail + People" to replace Ahrendts. O'Brien has worked at Apple...

Apple faces lawsuit for forcing users to buy new chargers

Source: IANS A California law firm has filed a new class action lawsuit against Apple for forcing owners of iOS devices to repeatedly buy new...

All About Google’s Latest Blockchain Search Tools

When it comes to blockchain development, Google has been late into developing tools for managing and creating blockchains. Read on to know the Google's...

Now, users can stream live together on Twitter’s Periscope

Source: IANS The chosen guests could be heard by everyone and can drop off at any time and broadcasters would be able to read and...

Facebook’s integration of messaging services stirs EU concerns

Source: ANI Facebook's integration of its messaging services, namely Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram, has raised concerns amidst users and privacy advocates alike. Facebook's integration of...

How Technology Aids in Filing Tax Returns

Within two years, verification and scrutiny of returns will happen electronically. Read on to know how more about it... Within the next two years, verification...

Stopping facial recognition for good work is cruel: Microsoft chief

Source: IANS Microsoft President Brad Smith has shot down calls to stop selling facial recognition software to government agencies, saying the move would be "cruel"...
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