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Tata Motors and Microsoft India team up to redefine the connected car experience
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Tata Motors and Microsoft India team up to redefine the connected car experience

During the announcement the company detailed that it will bring the improve connected car experience to India users by taking advantage of Microsoft's connected vehicle technology along with AI, machine learning and IoT capabilities.

Tata Communications plans to invest about $300 million during 2017-18
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Tata Communications plans to invest about $300 million during 2017-18

Tata Communications Ltd will invest $300 million into expansion of network, platform and software during 2017-18, and is also looking at acquisitions in new service areas such as Internet of Things, mobility and cloud.

Government IT spending to grow 9.5% in 2017: Gartner
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Government IT spending to grow 9.5% in 2017: Gartner

The software segment is expected to grow 15.7 percent in 2017 to reach $1 billion

Budget 2017: Along with digital push, govt also looking to widen 'Google tax' net
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Budget 2017: Along with digital push, govt also looking to widen 'Google tax' net

Although, the government has no plans to hike the current equalisation rate of 6 percent, it could be looking at bring in more services under the tax net

TCL secures licensing deal to make BlackBerry-branded smartphones
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TCL secures licensing deal to make BlackBerry-branded smartphones

BlackBerry Ltd said China's TCL Communication Technology Holdings Ltd would make and sell BlackBerry-branded mobile devices globally, the Canadian smartphone pioneer's first licensing deal since its transition to a software company.

Germany has started investigating Volkswagen's sportscar brand Porsche for cheat software
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Germany has started investigating Volkswagen's sportscar brand Porsche for cheat software

Germany is investigating whether Volkswagen's sportscar brand Porsche used software to disguise exhaust emissions, the country's car industry regulator said on Thursday, in a fresh blow to VW's attempts to move on from a 15 month-old scandal.

Pune-based Deskera claims to be the first GST compliant cloud software provider in India
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Pune-based Deskera claims to be the first GST compliant cloud software provider in India

It is a part of the GST network, and claims to be the first GST compliant service provider in India. It has been offering services in Singapore and Malaysia.

Microsoft's Women in Software Engineering program is helping women turn more efficient
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Microsoft's Women in Software Engineering program is helping women turn more efficient

Two years ago, Sri Charvitha, a student of the B.V. Raju Institute of Technology, walked into the Microsoft campus in Hyderabad to join the Women in Software Engineering (WISE) mentoring programme.

Microsoft may give concessions in software and hardware to win EU approval
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Microsoft may give concessions in software and hardware to win EU approval

Microsoft will still allow LinkedIn's rivals access to its software and give hardware makers the option of installing other services to try to win EU approval for its takeover of the U.S. firm, people familiar with the matter said.

Mark Zuckerberg challenges APEC countries to connect everyone with Internet for economic gains
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Mark Zuckerberg challenges APEC countries to connect everyone with Internet for economic gains

In a keynote address to the APEC CEO Summit in Lima on Saturday, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, challenged the world to connect all people to the internet and reap the economic benefits of doing so.

Security experts stress on the importance of the right mix between software and hardware security
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Security experts stress on the importance of the right mix between software and hardware security

At a time when governments and enterprises the world over are brainstorming over ways to secure their data on the Cloud platform, a right mix of security in both hardware and software is the key to ward off hackers and minimise cyber attacks, a top security expert has reiterated.

Yahoo details that hackers may have planted software
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Yahoo details that hackers may have planted software "cookies" for access accounts

Yahoo provided more details on Wednesday about an epic hack of its services, including that the culprits may have planted software "cookies" for ongoing access to users' accounts.

GST portal goes live, software almost ready: GSTN Chairman Navin Kumar
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GST portal goes live, software almost ready: GSTN Chairman Navin Kumar

A new and simpler portal for the incoming Goods and Services Tax regime went live today that will enable easy filing of returns and tax payments through credit/debit cards and other modes.

Auto regulators in USA find another cheating software in automatic transmission Audi
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Auto regulators in USA find another cheating software in automatic transmission Audi

A U.S. regulator found software in some Audi vehicles that lowered their carbon dioxide emissions if it detected they were being used under test conditions, Bild am Sonntag reported.

According to a study companies are shifting R&D away from hardware into software and services
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According to a study companies are shifting R&D away from hardware into software and services

Research and development spending by the world's biggest companies is accelerating into software and services while investment in physical products is falling sharply, an annual study by consulting firm PwC's Strategy& unit has found.

MediaTek to triple its workforce in India for software R&D and customer service
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MediaTek to triple its workforce in India for software R&D and customer service

Leading Taiwanese chip designer MediaTek Inc, said on Thursday it will triple its workforce in India within three years to 1,500 from more than 500 as it expands research and software development as well as customer service operations.

Volkswagen will compensate US dealers; to spend at least $1.2 billion
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Volkswagen will compensate US dealers; to spend at least $1.2 billion

Volkswagen AG has agreed to spend more than $1.2 billion to compensate its 650 U.S. dealers for their losses from the German automaker's diesel emissions scandal, two sources briefed on the matter said on Thursday.

As Cisco readies to axe 5,500 jobs, R&D centre in India may see cuts
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As Cisco readies to axe 5,500 jobs, R&D centre in India may see cuts

The company said savings from up to 5,500 job cuts would be reinvested into key growth areas as the gear maker now shifts its focus from its legacy hardware towards higher-margin software business

Cisco to cut 5,500 jobs as it switches from hardware to software
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Cisco to cut 5,500 jobs as it switches from hardware to software

Cisco said it would cut nearly 7 percent of its workforce, as the compnay shifts focus from its legacy hardware towards higher-margin software.

Cisco Systems to retrench 14,000 employees; co readies shift to software biz from hardware
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Cisco Systems to retrench 14,000 employees; co readies shift to software biz from hardware

California-based Cisco is expected to announce the cuts within the next few weeks