At tech billionaire Elon Musk's electric car company Tesla, men represent 79 per cent of its overall workforce, showed the company's first ever diversity report.
A law revision set to take effect next week in South Korea will tighten rules for data-hungry internet giants such as Netflix, Google and Facebook amid growing calls for stable services.
A team of Indian-origin researchers in the US has made it possible to essentially let their bodies act as the link between the card or smartphone and the reader or scanner, making it possible to tran
As Apple gradually shits its Mac devices to its own Silicon M1 chip, the purpose of the first generation of Apple Silicon is aimed at creating a new experience, to achieve the balance of performance a
Just hours after Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij, who was administered a dose of Covaxin last month, confirmed he has developed Coronavirus symptoms, the Union Health Ministry on Saturday clarified t
Amazon is facing charges of violating labour laws in the US for firing warehouse worker Courtney Bowden of Pennsylvania, according to a complaint issued by the US government's National Labor Relations
Although 5G is still a distant dream for the Indians, smartphone brands are busy launching such devices in India and Vivo has finally brought V20 Pro 5G as a mid-price range offering in the country.
Epic Games has announced that like this year, there will be no in-person events in 2021, including a Fortnite World Cup, as the pandemic refuses to slow down.
Google has revealed that Search results that show local places and businesses now drive more than 4 billion connections between customers and businesses every month.
Eminent India-born US scientist and patron of Sikh arts and literature, Narinder Singh Kapany (94), passed away in California on Friday. He is survived by his son and daughter.
Some ransomware groups have now resorted to cold-calling victims to pressure them into paying ransom demands if they come to know that the targeted organisations were attempting restoration from back
Declines in jobs may have left some working-class men frustrated by unmet job expectations and they are more likely to suffer an early death by suicide or drug poisoning, warn researchers.