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No pre installed Google application on new phones, read more about CCI and Google case.

Google has been making the headlines with hefty fines imposed by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) in recent months, alleging the company of abusing its position as a market leader with Android, and not allowing other companies to grow on the platform. Google has been legally battling these accusations in the […]

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Big tech companies announced layoff for around 70000 employees.

Major tech firms laid off more than 70,000 employees. The reasons companies are shouting behind the layoffs are financial difficulties and concerns about the economic slowdown. Organizations aggressively deploy new technologies like Artificial intelligence (AI), Intelligent automation (IA), and Business process management (BPM), which reduce human dependency and can perform many […]

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BharOS : India’s indigenous mobile operating system.

BharOS is an AOSP (Android Open Source Project) based operating system with no Google apps or services. It is developed by JandK Operations Private Limited (JandKops), which is a non-profit organization incubated at IIT Madras. BharOS is basically a really clean fork of AOSP that offers various security and privacy features. For instance, […]

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India to become a hub of drone technology.

Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur this week said that India will become a hub of drone technology and the country will require at least 1 lakh drone pilots by next year. He was speaking at the gathering after flagging of the ‘Drone Yatra 2.0’, in Chennai. Stating that […]

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India will witness a rise in gamers by 2025.

The number of Indian gamers is expanding at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12% and is expected to jump to 700 million in FY25 compared with 507 million in 2021, said a new report by Dentsu titled Gaming Report India 2022 – For the Game. The report said […]

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What does ‘Moonlighting’ mean?

The majority of IT firms have strengthened their opposition to moonlighting and threatened to fire employees who are found to be working two jobs. Moonlighting could be viewed as unfair competition if an employee’s contract stipulates non-compete restrictions and exclusive employment. Significant IT business, Infosys, has cautioned its employees against […]

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