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With Bollywood heading straight to home, box office may no longer remain the primary criterion of success
Entertainment

With Bollywood heading straight to home, box office may no longer remain the primary criterion of success

The suspension of theatrical releases during the lockdown has come as a blessing in disguise since the films are no longer merely judged by box office pull.

Shoojit Sircar on Gulabo Sitabo going digital: 'It was not an easy decision but this is the way forward'
Entertainment

Shoojit Sircar on Gulabo Sitabo going digital: 'It was not an easy decision but this is the way forward'

Shoojit Sircar discusses reuniting with Ayushmann Khurrana and Amitabh Bachchan, whether he is compromising with an OTT release, and the status of Sardar Udham Singh.

Angrezi Medium premieres on Disney+ Hotstar during Coronavirus lockdown; will other delayed films also go digital?
Entertainment

Angrezi Medium premieres on Disney+ Hotstar during Coronavirus lockdown; will other delayed films also go digital?

Coronavirus outbreak forced films like Angrezi Medium out of theatres immediately upon release, which prompted the makers to strike a deal with Disney+ Hotstar.

Narendra Modi asks CAG to develop innovative methods to check frauds in govt departments
Business

Narendra Modi asks CAG to develop innovative methods to check frauds in govt departments

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday asked auditor CAG to develop technical tools to check fraud in government departments and play a role in making India a $5 trillion economy

Gaming is suddenly transforming into a viable career option for young millennials
Gaming

Gaming is suddenly transforming into a viable career option for young millennials

As an organized industry, gaming comes with highly specialized roles which are suitable for digital natives.

Digital skilling and literacy coupled with academic curriculum revision needed for a 'Digitally Intelligent' India
News & Analysis

Digital skilling and literacy coupled with academic curriculum revision needed for a 'Digitally Intelligent' India

The distinction between policies for cyber world and physical world will gradually diminish.

Stolen cryptocurrencies in 2018 surged to around $1.7 billion in 2018: Report
News & Analysis

Stolen cryptocurrencies in 2018 surged to around $1.7 billion in 2018: Report

$950 million constituted thefts from cryptocurrency exchanges, infrastructure services like wallets.

Tokenisation of card payments can simplify and secure financial transactions, services for merchants, consumers
Business

Tokenisation of card payments can simplify and secure financial transactions, services for merchants, consumers

Tokenisation is a process aimed at increasing the security and safety of payment systems by replacing the card details with a unique alternate payment ID or code termed as a ‘token'.

Anonymous political ads opposing Brexit reaches 10 million voters on Facebook
News & Analysis

Anonymous political ads opposing Brexit reaches 10 million voters on Facebook

Facebook says it has set a goal of bringing a transparency feature for political ads .

RBI's data localisation deadline to not change, digital payment firms worried
News & Analysis

RBI's data localisation deadline to not change, digital payment firms worried

The RBI guidelines say that all digital payment firms must store data locally for their businesses.

Apple plans to provide a free digital video service to its iPhone, iPad users
News & Analysis

Apple plans to provide a free digital video service to its iPhone, iPad users

The service will also carry subscription channels to allow customers to sign up for online-only services.

Ketaki Sheth's Photo Studio project collates images of defunct, struggling Indian studios
Life

Ketaki Sheth's Photo Studio project collates images of defunct, struggling Indian studios

Seasoned photographer Ketaki Sheth’s latest project Photo Studio brings together an array of photographs of defunct or struggling studios from across the country, and in doing so she gives them a new life, most crucially, one separate from history.

Synology launches security camera app that turns a phone into an IP camera
News & Analysis

Synology launches security camera app that turns a phone into an IP camera

The app is currently available at Apple Store and will be released on Google Play Store in October.

Online pharma players seek clarity on data privacy in government's e-pharmacy policy
News & Analysis

Online pharma players seek clarity on data privacy in government's e-pharmacy policy

Digital health platforms said they are in total support of the government's e-pharmacy draft rules.

US-based tech giant Cisco to step up investments in India; to focus on 5G, entrepreneurship
Business

US-based tech giant Cisco to step up investments in India; to focus on 5G, entrepreneurship

Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins said India is among its few markets where the company has made a second round of investment as part of its 'Country Digital Acceleration' (CDA) programme

BenQ introduces its new digital home cinema projector at Rs 5 lakh in India
News & Analysis

BenQ introduces its new digital home cinema projector at Rs 5 lakh in India

The new device has been launched as a successor to the company's previous flagship "X12000" projector.

Hackers at Def Con break into voting machines to identify security flaws
News & Analysis

Hackers at Def Con break into voting machines to identify security flaws

Hackers will continue to probe the systems over the weekend in a bid to discover new vulnerabilities.

Singapore’s worst cyberattack could be the work of a state-linked group says govt
News & Analysis

Singapore’s worst cyberattack could be the work of a state-linked group says govt

Hackers started stealing personal details of patients who visited Singapore’s outpatient clinics.

Aadhaar privacy issues extend beyond the security of its biometric database
News & Analysis

Aadhaar privacy issues extend beyond the security of its biometric database

There is a robust need for safeguarding our data and own responsibility for it.

Gave Aadhaar dare as an ordinary citizen of India, says Trai Chairman RS Sharma
News & Analysis

Gave Aadhaar dare as an ordinary citizen of India, says Trai Chairman RS Sharma

RS Sharma, former UIDAI director general, has been an ardent supporter of the Aadhaar programme.