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Nov 21, 2018
Google News launches innovation challenge for quality journalism in Asia-PacificApplications for the innovation challenge will open on 28 November and the deadline is 9 January.
Sep 21, 2018
Infosys, Trinity College partner to blend digital technology with liberal artsThe partners will also co-develop content, building on Trinity's strengths in the liberal arts.
Sep 08, 2018
Alibaba co-founder and China's richest man Jack Ma to step down, will focus on philanthropyAs he prepares to leave the company, Jack Ma is among China's richest men with a net worth estimated by Forbes at $38.6 billion.
Mar 21, 2018
Aadhaar hearing: Petitioners conclude their arguments on 'the number of the beast' Aadhaar, highlighting various issuesIssues raised were lack of proportionality and purpose, limitation with the large-scale collection and retention of data under the Aadhaar Project.
Jan 24, 2018
WEF, Reliance Industries partner to set up Center for Fourth Industrial Revolution in MumbaiThe World Economic Forum (WEF) has been championing the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Jul 20, 2017
SC examines if privacy can be a fundamental right, questions contours of debate in digital ageThe arguments remained inconclusive and would resume on 25 July when Attorney General KK Venugopal would put forth the government's views
Mar 01, 2017
Personal data isn’t a commodity to be sold at the whim of companies, especially in the digital ageData broking in the era of ‘Big Data’ and smart cities leads to big privacy concerns. A recent investigation by The Economic Times revealed that the personal data of lakhs of Indians is available from data brokers for less than a rupee per person.
Jul 15, 2016
Mastercard updates its iconic logo for the digital ageThe change in the logo is to reflect the modern, simple and connected Mastercard services.
Mar 04, 2016
From video games to internet porn: How connectivity is blurring our lines of morality in the virtual and the realMany children learn to identity spoofing or theft for the first time on the internet. So a 10-year-old girl pretending to be 13 to access Facebook, or a 16-year-old boy masquerading as his father to access an adult site, commit their first instances of fraud on the internet
Mar 03, 2016
Decoding the brain: Why digital-age kids have quicker minds than their parentsAccording to the latest findings, tech-savvy kids gain superficial memory as opposed to the deeper memory bank of their literary counterparts.