Uma Shankar Singh

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Digital maturity

<i>State of the art – but for how long?</i><p>We’re now into ten years into the mainstream DSLR revolution started by the Nikon D70 and Canon 300D; that’s a …

Review: Leica XE

Leica has long been known as a company that has paved the way for modern photography. But in recent years, they seem to be taking the back seat to …

What India Can Teach Silicon Valley About Its Gender Problem

Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Photochrom Collection, LC-DIG-PPMSCA-17855 Matt Dorfman<p><b>Silicon Valley has</b> been wracked with …

Tech Startup Founder Says Women Are Like Men, Only Cheaper

At a Sydney technology startup conference, Evan Thornley, an Australian multimillionaire and co-founder of online advertising company LookSmart, gave …

Men Play a Key Role in Helping Women in Tech

It's well understood now that Silicon Valley, and the technology industry, has gender issues. Women are in the dramatic minority in leadership and in technology positions in most tech companies. There are very few tech leaders who are women, and harassment continues to be a serious issue in the …

'My iPhone 6 is tearing out my hair': How tech isn't designed for women

The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have been criticised for not fitting into women's pockets, being too large for one-handed use and now, for pulling out women's hair. A head-sore Radhika Sanghani reports on the need for technology designers to up their game<p>Every time Apple launches a new iPhone, …

HYFN Local - Local Digital Advertising

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NPR Tells The Other Story of Women In Tech

We're all used to hearing about women, or rather, the lack of, in the technology industry. But as NPR's <i>Planet Money</i>, points out, things weren't …

Exoskeleton for your hand lets you feel virtual objects and control robots

Chinese company Dexta Robotics set out to develop a hand motion-capturing device last year, but instead of creating a glove like everybody else, they designed an impressively affordable exoskeleton. This device called Dexmo -- available in classic and F2 variants -- can be used as a virtual reality …