New Xagent Mac Malware Created by Russian Group Associated With DNC Hack: Bitdefender

The Russian APT28 hacking group, which was previously said to be associated with US Presidential Election hacks, has now again come under spotlight as a new Xagent Mac malware purportedly made by the group can reportedly be used to potentially steal passwords, grab screens, and steal iPhone backups that are stored on the Mac. Cyber-security… Read More New Xagent Mac Malware Created by Russian Group Associated With DNC Hack: Bitdefender

Apple in Talks With India to Manufacture Locally./

Apple Inc is in talks with India’s government to explore making products locally, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday, as the US firm aims to make deeper inroads in the world’s second-largest mobile phone market by users. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to boost technology manufacturing in the country through his ‘Make in… Read More Apple in Talks With India to Manufacture Locally./

Gurgaon Police to Soon Launch Women’s Safety App

Police Commissioner Sandeep Khirwar said on Saturday that the Gurgaon Police will soon launch a new app for the safety of women in Gurgaon. The senior police officer was addressing a workshop titled “Making Women Safe in Public and Work Places”, organised by citizen group ‘Gurgaon First’. Khirwar pointed out that adequate street lights and… Read More Gurgaon Police to Soon Launch Women’s Safety App

Broadcast industry moves past TV ratings with media analytics

  Till recently television audience measurement was all about ratings. Not anymore. Media analytics is changing the way TV channels understand their audiences and design content. Analytics is transforming the way television channels produce content. Consequently, the broacast industry is moving beyond television ratings to gain deeper insights about  the audiences. We spoke to Sandipan… Read More Broadcast industry moves past TV ratings with media analytics

Tech ‘utopia is creepy,’ according to Nicholas Carr

    Fully automated, self-driving cars are likely decades away from being a reality, says Nicholas Carr, the author whose books about technology and culture seek to curb the heady enthusiasm regarding the digitalization of everything. Nicholas Carr. “I think a lot of the visions of total automation assume that every vehicle will be automated… Read More Tech ‘utopia is creepy,’ according to Nicholas Carr