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Why More Employees are Quitting TCS Than Ever Before

More employees are leaving <b>Tata Consultancy Services</b> - India's biggest employer in the private sector - than ever before, according to the latest …

Reddit chief Ellen Pao resigns after receiving 'sickening' abuse from users

Ellen Pao, the interim chief executive of Reddit, has resigned following a user backlash against the sacking of one of the company’s employees.<p>Pao, who became an international symbol for gender imbalance in Silicon Valley when she lost a landmark discrimination lawsuit, leaves after around eight …

Silicon Valley

'Cowboy Adventure' Game Infects Up To 1 Million Android Users With Malware

Innocent souls who wanted nothing more than to enjoy a game called "Cowboy Adventure" may have found their personal information compromised thanks to malware contained within the app.<p>Antivirus service ESET published a post Thursday detailing how an app available on Google Play, the company's app …

See the first "complete prototype" of Google's self-driving car

Google has finished building the first complete prototype of its self-driving car. This latest prototype is said to have all of the parts that a self-driving car needs in order to hit the road, whereas the prototype that Google originally unveiled back in May was just an "early mockup" that even …

Google fights phishing with a new Chrome extension

No matter how sophisticated your security is, the biggest risk is always the same: users clicking the wrong links and submitting their passwords to the wrong websites. It's a tricky problem to solve, but Google has a new idea about how to fight it. Today, the company is unveiling a new Chrome …

Google's Wireless Service: What It Means for Consumers, Google and the Carriers

It's a pretty good deal for consumers, but also a way for Google to prod other mobile operators to lower prices and get more people on the Internet.<p>Earlier today, Google officially announced its plans to offer its own wireless service under the Project Fi moniker.<p>As expected, the effort taps three …

Google bursts into the wireless industry

Google wants to be your wireless carrier.<p>The search giant on Wednesday announced its long-anticipated wireless service in the United States, called Project Fi.<p>Google hopes to stand out by changing the way it charges customers. Typically, smartphone owners pay wireless carriers like AT&T and Verizon …

Google Fiber

Apple Watch U.S. Pre-Orders Hit ~1M On Launch Day, Says Data Firm

How much demand is there for Apple’s “most personal device ever”? That’s the question that will be busying tech industry analysts for the foreseeable future. Or at least until Apple releases firm sales data on the Apple Watch (if it chooses to do so).<p>Apple’s debut smartwatch went up for online …

ASUS' fitness-centric VivoWatch has a 10-day battery

In our review, we became quite fond of ASUS' rather handsome ZenWatch except, perhaps, for its two-day battery that most Android Wear watches are getting these days. Apparently the company heard us loud and clear, and it's now prepping the launch of its VivoWatch to offer a more compelling 10-day …

Wearable Tech

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Virtual Reality

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Review In-Depth: Looking Beyond The Flawed Curve

<i>The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is now on sale. I’ve spent the last week with the handset to find out if the ‘edge’ is useful or useless. It’s tending towards the latter, but it’s worth pointing out that under the screen is one of the best Android devices on today’s market.</i><p>Last week I noted down my …

Phones

Thousands could launch Sony-style cyberattack, says ex-hacker

The chances of another company suffering the devastating effects of a cyberattack like the one perpetrated on Sony last year are not as remote as we would like to believe, security researchers say.<p>Given the current security levels for most companies, 90 percent of them would be vulnerable to such …

Cyber-attacks

Kim Dotcom will bring the Internet Party to the US in 2015

If, after declaring that he was broke, you thought that Kim Dotcom would go quietly into the night, then you really don't know him. After a successful bail hearing, the Megaupload founder is announcing that he will help launch a version of his Internet Party in the US next year. The political …

Hands-on with the Seek Thermal imaging camera

At $199, it's one of the most affordable thermal cameras you can buy. And a pretty sweet one at that.<p>Thermal imaging is just plain cool. Forget all the practical stuff, though there's plenty of that. When you see what amounts to a live heat-map of everything around you, it's nothing short of …

Gear & Gadgets

Police skirt Tor anonymity software in shutting down illegal websites

US federal officials and European law enforcement groups in over a dozen countries said Friday that they shut down more than 400 illegal websites -- uncovering the tracks of website operators even as those operators used specialized anonymity software.<p>Authorities said they made the arrests by …

Privacy

RIP Nokia! Microsoft to launch first non-Nokia Lumia phone on Nov 11

The new Lumia handset would feature the Microsoft logo.<p>By: | New York |<p>Months after closing its USD 7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia’s handset unit, …

Mobile Technology

BMW develops street lights with electric car-charging sockets

BMW has developed street lights equipped with sockets to charge electric cars, it said on Friday, and will run a pilot project in Munich next year …