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Unapproved emissions software found in VW Audi engines
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Unapproved emissions software found in VW Audi engines

U.S. authorities have found three unapproved software programmes in 3.0 litre diesel engines made by Volkswagen's Audi unit, German weekly Bild am Sonntag reported, without saying where it had obtained the information.

New ratings system for software created by famed hacker
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New ratings system for software created by famed hacker

A famed hacker who nearly 20 years ago told Congress he could take down the internet in 30 minutes is now going after the computer software industry, whose standard practices all but guarantee that most products will be vulnerable to cyber attacks.

How simulation software, 3D modelling lead to sustainable construction
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How simulation software, 3D modelling lead to sustainable construction

The biggest advantage has been in engineering buildings and building systems in a more optimised way and incorporating sustainability features from the initial stages of design.

Move over, chatbot: Let’s talk about enterprise messaging as a new platform
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Move over, chatbot: Let’s talk about enterprise messaging as a new platform

Enterprise messaging, which includes free chatting software, has now entered a brand new phase where companies have carved out large and growing businesses by changing the standard of team communication.

BlackBerry CEO confident about making handset business profitable
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BlackBerry CEO confident about making handset business profitable

BlackBerry Ltd Chief Executive John Chen expressed confidence on Thursday that he can make the company's trimmed-down handset business profitable by a self-imposed September deadline, as the smartphone pioneer posted results that beat expectations.

Top goal for BlackBerry to make devices profitable this year
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Top goal for BlackBerry to make devices profitable this year

BlackBerry Ltd's top priority for this year is making its devices business profitable, its chief executive said on Wednesday, even as it weighs the future of its hardware operation.

'Digital' sales hub in Bengaluru by Oracle
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'Digital' sales hub in Bengaluru by Oracle

In a bid to strengthen its Cloud operations in the Asia-Pacific region, software and cloud major Oracle on Wednesday announced it would open five state-of-the-art “digital” sales hubs, including one in Bengaluru.

This software turns webcams into eye-trackers
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This software turns webcams into eye-trackers

A new software developed by scientists at the Brown University in the US can help website owners and developers to determine which page or content a visitor is looking at.

Use of unlicensed software at 58% in India, finds BSA survey
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Use of unlicensed software at 58% in India, finds BSA survey

Computer users in India are using unlicensed software at an alarming rate, despite the link between unlicensed software and cyber attacks, according to the new Global Software Survey from BSA

At a Glance: Google's newest tools, gadgets and services
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At a Glance: Google's newest tools, gadgets and services

A new virtual-reality system from Google and a way to use Android apps without downloading Android apps are among the highlights at the company's annual developer showcasein Mountain View, California. Google also unveiled new messaging apps, a smart-home device and a contest: It wants users to suggest names for its next Android system, currently known as N.

'India will take 3-5 years to develop software in local language'
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'India will take 3-5 years to develop software in local language'

India will take 3-5 years to develop software in local languages for mass communication and applications despite growth in internet penetration, an official said.

Software security suffers as upstarts lose access to virus data
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Software security suffers as upstarts lose access to virus data

A number of young technology security companies are losing access to the largest collection of industry analysis of computer viruses, a setback industry experts say will increase exposure to hackers.

Tally Solutions now used by one million customers around the world
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Tally Solutions now used by one million customers around the world

Tally Solutions Pvt. Limited announced its one millionth customer win across the globe.

LeEco needs services exclusive enough to hook users: Counterpoint analyst
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LeEco needs services exclusive enough to hook users: Counterpoint analyst

With its disruptive device pricing, LeEco has made its stand very clear and company leaders are quite vocal on the plan of building a content ecosystem.

India lags in cloud computing policies assessment by BSA; ranks behind Poland, Mexico
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India lags in cloud computing policies assessment by BSA; ranks behind Poland, Mexico

In a new study by BSA, The Software Alliance, that assessed cloud computing policies around the globe, India ranks eighteenth out of 24 leading IT economies, compared to its ranking of seventeenth in 2013.

Persistent Systems crosses $100 million revenue mark in 4QFY16
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Persistent Systems crosses $100 million revenue mark in 4QFY16

Persistent Systems, the software development company, announced quarterly sales of Rs 6,771.10 million and profit after tax of Rs 808.07 million while its annual sales was Rs 23,123.31 million and a profit after tax of Rs 2,973.61 million for the financial year ended March 31, 2016.

South Korea clears Oracle of anti-competitive acts after software probe
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South Korea clears Oracle of anti-competitive acts after software probe

South Korea's Fair Trade Commission (FTC) said on Wednesday Oracle Corp did not engage in anti-competitive behaviour following a probe over its practice of packaging new software upgrades into database management service contracts.

Software flaws used in hacking more than double, setting record
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Software flaws used in hacking more than double, setting record

The number of previously unknown software flaws used by hackers more than doubled last year, a new report says, in another sign of the increasing sophistication of cybercrime and online espionage.

Look who’s the techie now: Telangana CM KCR upstages Naidu at his own game
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Look who’s the techie now: Telangana CM KCR upstages Naidu at his own game

IT industry, going through phases of uncertainty due to high-voltage agitation for separate state of Telangana, has bounced back strongly