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10 central agencies now authorised to intercept information on computers

According to the notification, the subscriber or service provider or any person in charge of the computer resource will be bound to extend all facilities and technical assistance to the agencies and failing to do will invite seven-year imprisonment and fine.

How Douglas Engelbart's 'Mother of All Demos' changed the face of modern computing 50 years ago

The computer mouse was first invented by Douglas Engelbart in the 1960s, then a computer scientist at the Stanford Research Institute.


Chuwi HiGame mini PC eyes gamers and creators

Chuwi HiGame PC comes with the high-end specifications in a compact form factor.

World's smallest computer device 'Michigan Micro Mote' created

One of the big challenges in building the device called Michigan Micro Mote was how to run at very low power when the system packaging had to be transparent.

New switch can make computer chips learn to work like human brain

A synpase has been developed by scientists, that can learn to operate like its human brain counterpart. This could make the creation of nuromorphic computers simpler.

Computer system that can detect sarcasm, irony in text messages developed in Israel

Eden Saig, a computer science student at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Israel, developed the computerised learning system


Now,computer that teaches people social skills

It also provides feedback about how effectively the user has been communicating.

NDA cadets to move to desktops instead of customised laptops

In a significant change in its e-learning project,the National Defence Academy has floated a requirement of 100 desktop computers for cadets

World's most advanced computer 'dumber' than a toddler?

It turned out that the computer is about as smart as the average 4-year-old,researchers said.

Microsoft slashes price on Surface tablet

The Surface RT tablet was being sold for as low as USD 349 for US customers on the Microsoft website today