From simple gaming tricks to last month's sensational Twitter hack: Mapping a teen’s troubled online path
Clark’s digital misbehaviour ended when the police arrested him on Friday. Prosecutors said the 17-year-old was the mastermind of the astounding hack last month, accusing him of tricking his way into Twitter’s systems and taking over the accounts of some of the world’s most famous people, including Barack Obama, Kanye West and Jeff Bezos.
Confessions via Skype, virtual Koran recitations: Religions turn to technology in the pandemic
The world's three leading religions have survi...
Internet traffic up 30-40% in first two weeks of lockdown in India, says DE-CIX
“Gaming traffic has increased by 50% in the last few weeks, w...
WhatsApp, Skype or Houseparty: Which video-calling app is the right fit for you?
Few popular apps that may or may not be the app for you.
Technology adoption gets new life in Covid-19 times
With the young discovering old ways to connect, Covid-19 outbreak has turned some assumptions about tech and the demographics of the Internet on its head.
Migration poses a workforce challenge for finance companies
The semi-skilled migrant workforce in financial service sector are unlikely to return to work.
Mumbai ITAT initiates Skype, WhatsApp hearing for urgent matters amid the pandemic outbreak
On Friday, the appellate tribunal issued a directive that said that till further orders, the ITAT, Mumbai benches will hear only extremely urgent matters, such as stay petitions in deserving cases, through web-based video conferencing calls.
No kissing, no hugging, no fighting: Australian TV soap 'Neighbours' resumes filming
In a month-long break, producers re-worked scripts and storylines to ensure actors were able to stay apart.
K N Govindacharya moves SC; seeks NIC-based infrastructure for video-conferencing by judiciary, govt depts
His plea said it would be best to utilise video-conferencing software provided by National Informatics Centre (NIC) for functioning of government departments and the courts across the country.
Bhavin Turakhia's WFH guide to boost employee productivity: Tea-tasting sessions, sharing stories
Online communication tools can make virtual living easy and convenient.
‘Baking is part art, part science’: Theobroma founder talks WFH, shares tips for shepreneurs & her prized walnut brownie recipe
Kainaz's primary advice is the same for men and women.
Microsoft follows in Zoom’s footsteps, Teams app to allow users to blur background scenery using artificial intelligence
You can now hide scenes of domesticity from your professional acquaintances.
ByteDance makes its remote-work app Lark free in India
Lark is a platform for collaboration that brings together tools, including Messenger, Online Docs and Sheets, Cloud Storage, Calendar, and Video Conferencing. It is said to have combined elements of Slack, Dropbox, Google Docs and Skype.
Coronavirus: Fitness industry crumbles as gyms shut down, livelihoods hit
The pandemic that has led to a lockdown in many parts of the country has hit fitness centres big and small -- whether neighbourhood gyms, with maybe a couple of treadmills and a cross trainer or two, or nationwide chains like Gold Gym and Cultfit that have at least 20 centres in one city alone.
COVID-19 to delay job interviews; impact hiring: Experts
"Since the outbreak of COVID-19, companies have been cancelling interviews. We expect 60-65 per cent interviews getting dropped or delayed as there is lockdown in many parts of the country and people are encouraged to stay at home to curtail the spread of the virus," TeamLease Services Business Head BFSI and government vertical, Amit Vadera told.