As the telecommunications industry transitions to 5G, the next wave of network transformation represents a $25 billion silicon opportunity by 2023.
Microsoft patched 130 vulnerabilities across 15 products, ranging from Windows to ASP.NET.
"We know that many consumers have handwriting that tilts while they're writing. The straightening feature is enabled by excellent handwriting recognition based on pattern analysis."
"Some of the remaining team members said they were nervously seeking alternative work as they have lost faith in Oracle's commitment to the platforms."
Taxpayers can avail the waiver, only if, they clear the total amount of property tax dues till 2019-20 along with 10 per cent interest
The deal would bring Openet's open and network-centric technologies to Amdocs' over 350 service provider customers worldwide, helping them adopt 5G advancements around cloud, edge compute, IoT and new customer experiences.
The Indian SaaS industry today has more than 1,000 companies with over 150 companies generating an annual recurring revenue greater than $1 million, said the report.
"Together, we're going to revolutionize the car ownership experience, making the vehicle software programmable and continuously upgradeable via over-the-air updates."
There is an increase in the sales of laptops and peripherals, mostly headphones and webcams, but not in a major way, says Vikas Kumar manager of Kopal Computers
The transaction is expected to close by July 31, but the two companies did not disclose the deal amount.
Vu2Vu India, a joint venture between Vu2Vu Ireland and LAMHAS Satellite Services Ltd., has announced the launch of a complete Learning Management System (LMS) Vu2Learn (www.vu2learn.com) in Telangana and nationally as well.
The problem was specifically being triggered when users ran a full scan, which would result in the security app stuck at a specific point, after which the programme would crash.
BenevolentAI, a London-based startup has found an already approved drug as a potential treatment for the disease
The Chrome development team acknowledged that "adjusted work schedules" have led the tech giant to hit pause button on the "upcoming Chrome and Chrome OS releases."