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Ericsson launches India's first lab for fostering 5G technology at IIT Delhi
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Ericsson launches India's first lab for fostering 5G technology at IIT Delhi

India is already leading the 5G development, Borje Ekholm, President and CEO of Ericsson said.

Facebook could soon start banning ads and advertisers based on feedback from its users
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Facebook could soon start banning ads and advertisers based on feedback from its users

Facebook users can now leave negative feedback for advertisements which mislead them into buying low quality goods or cause any other issues.

Asset Vantage is a secure platform for high net worth families to control their financial data
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Asset Vantage is a secure platform for high net worth families to control their financial data

Asset Vantage is a software for high net worth families with significant exposure to multiple investments to easily manage their assets.

Data of every individual is an extension of personality and resides in Article 21, says Central govt.
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Data of every individual is an extension of personality and resides in Article 21, says Central govt.

The Centre on Friday told the Supreme Court that the data belonging to an individual was intimate to and an extension of one's personality that resides in Article 21 of the Constitution guaranteeing protection of life and personal liberty.

Getting an ‘edge’ on the IoT will require using local storage to tackle limitations of the cloud
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Getting an ‘edge’ on the IoT will require using local storage to tackle limitations of the cloud

Local storage is important for devices at the edge to capture data and provide real time analytics support.

Telecom companies demand improved rate for interconnect and reduced spectrum charge
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Telecom companies demand improved rate for interconnect and reduced spectrum charge

The task of the IMG is to examine systemic issues affecting viability and repayment capacity in the telecom sector and furnish recommendations for resolution.

Government is working on new policy for data security, electronics, and software production
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Government is working on new policy for data security, electronics, and software production

The National Policy on Electronics was drawn up in 2012 and approved by the previous the UPA cabinet in 2013.

Morgan Stanley analyst says a partnership with Tesla can help Apple's self-driving car initiative
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Morgan Stanley analyst says a partnership with Tesla can help Apple's self-driving car initiative

Partnering with one of the most mature self driving car companies in the market will give Apple the leg up it needs.

Tableau 10.3 adds data driven alerts, a PDF connector, and a smart recommendations engine
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Tableau 10.3 adds data driven alerts, a PDF connector, and a smart recommendations engine

One of the most useful new additions is the ability to use PDF files as a data source.

China will start enforcing the new cyber security regulations from 1 June
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China will start enforcing the new cyber security regulations from 1 June

China, battling increased threats from cyber-terrorism and hacking, will adopt from Thursday a controversial law that mandates strict data surveillance and storage.

Zomato hacked, details of 17 million accounts stolen, but passwords thought to be secure
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Zomato hacked, details of 17 million accounts stolen, but passwords thought to be secure

The payment information and credit card details are stored in another data vault, and have not been compromised in the breach.

Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant believes that India is passing through biggest technological revolution
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Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant believes that India is passing through biggest technological revolution

India is passing through the biggest technological revolution which will make data analytics critical for delivery of services to the people.

Companies in Germany are in talk to form an company that stores personal data of customers securely
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Companies in Germany are in talk to form an company that stores personal data of customers securely

German finance, auto and publishing firms are in talks to form a European company to store personal data securely.

Military Chiefs from United States and Europe call for improved information sharing to combat terror
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Military Chiefs from United States and Europe call for improved information sharing to combat terror

Failure to share information could keep authorities from connecting the dots and preventing violent attacks, he said, citing the Paris attack that killed a police officer last week.

Gartner predicts that cloud computing services market will hit $68.4 billion by 2020
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Gartner predicts that cloud computing services market will hit $68.4 billion by 2020

Global Cloud compute services market is expected to grow from $23.3 billion in 2016 to reach $68.4 billion in 2020 and 90 percent of organisations will adopt hybrid infrastructure management capabilities.

36.6 million data records were breached in 33 data breaches in India last year
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36.6 million data records were breached in 33 data breaches in India last year

Nearly 36.6 million data records were compromised in India last year in 33 data breaches - a 14 percent rise as compared to 2015, a new report said on Monday.

Idea announces a new postpaid pack that offers 1GB/day 4G data
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Idea announces a new postpaid pack that offers 1GB/day 4G data

Idea Cellular has announced the launch of a new postpaid plan that offers 1GB 4G data every day for a month. The new plan can be activated on limited rental plans worth Rs 199 and above.

MTNL will offer 2GB data everyday along with unlimited on-net calls at Rs 319
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MTNL will offer 2GB data everyday along with unlimited on-net calls at Rs 319

Joining the tariff war, state-run MTNL will offer 2GB of 3G data per day and unlimited calling within its network for Rs 319 from April 1.

Central Vigilance Commission denies reports of hard drive crash and data loss
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Central Vigilance Commission denies reports of hard drive crash and data loss

The CVC went on to explain that no information regarding corrupt officials, or Core Anti-Corruption activities and its vital functions has been lost.