Topic: manufacturing

Innovation will give boost to connected vehicle solutions in India

The market for connected vehicle solutions is slowly growing in India owing to rising demands by fleet managers to save maintenance costs and increase road safety.

US construction developer snaps up Melbourne-based software firm

A US-based construction software developer has unveiled plans to acquire QA Software of Melbourne, in an attempt to realise global expansion plans.

Windows Server 19 embraces hybrid cloud, hyperconverged data centers, Linux

Microsoft is set to make Windows Server 2019 generally available in the second half of the year, opening up access to its preview build through its Insiders program now and targeting data centers with new features to handle hybrid cloud setups and hyperconverged infrastructure.

How Apple can use Google’s simple strategy with Android P to make a better iOS 12

Google's Android P update is a typical release, focusing on system-level enhancements rather than innovative features. What if Apple adopted a similar strategy for iOS 12?

What is a MicroLED display?

Apple is said to be working on a new kind of display technology. Here's why you should be excited about it.

Intel's Alexis Bjorlin Explains Why Silicon Photonics Matter

We spoke to Intel’s VP of its Data Center Group & GM Connectivity Group, Alexis Bjorlin, and Bryan Madden, Intel’s director of marketing for its Network Platforms Group, at this year’s Mobile World Congress about why the company is betting big on silicon photonics.

Artificial Intelligence - A Game Changer in Customer Experience

Today, we all are subjected to campaigns and recommendations that are increasingly accurate and delivered using Machine Learning and AI. As per an IDC report, by 2021, customer engagement AI applications alone would add one trillion dollars to the world economy in the form of increased revenue, lowered expenses and improved productivity.

More damage to Indian IT business: US BEAT tax set to double next year

The new base-erosion and anti-abuse tax (BEAT) and reduction of corporate taxes from 35 percent to 21 percent are being considered as bad news for the Indian tech service sector.

Lloyds software lead James McLeod on 'innersourcing' the 250-year-old bank

With the advent of open banking, challenger banks and fintech startups are taking on the traditional British financial institutions like Lloyds of London – but that's not to say the old guard aren't paying attention. It's quite the opposite, says James McLeod, software engineering lead at Lloyds Banking Group.

H-1B visa filing season opens on April 2, with higher risks of rejection

This year’s filing brings more scrutiny and paperwork than ever witnessed in the last 27 years, increasing the risks of rejection. Applications without a specific start date will be rejected; those with clauses like ASAP or 'subject to approval' will be rejected.

Entrepreneur in Karnataka? Government will pay you a stipend

The government of Karnataka has released a new policy called the Rajiv Gandhi Entrepreneurship Encouragement Scheme under which new entrepreneurs can avail stipends ranging from Rs 10K to Rs 30K for a period of 12 months.

What is agile methodology? Modern software development explained

Enterprises need software competency to deliver good digital experiences. Agile development is how enterprises get there