The hijab ban and several other controversies in Karnataka state have compromised Bengaluru's status as India's Silicon Valley.
The far-right Bharatiya Janata Party and its Hindutva ideology are becoming more deeply entrenched in the country’s south, with sinister consequences for Muslims and other minorities.
Turkish delivery start-up Getir receives $300M new investment, pushing its valuation to $2.6B, says founder Nazim Salur.
WhatsApp laid out fresh terms last week, asking users to agree to let owner Facebook collect aspects of user data, sparking outrage.
The Alphabet Workers Union will be part of the Communications Workers of America labor group, which also represents employees from Verizon Communications Inc and AT&T Inc Alphabet members will pay dues of 1% of their total compensation.
If the transaction happens, Oracle would become ByteDance's technology partner responsible for the management of TikTok's data and take a minority stake in TikTok, according to sources.
A suit filed against tech giant Cisco Systems for workplace discrimination against a Dalit engineer is likely to be a precedent-setting case that shines a spotlight on caste as a global phenomenon.
The YouTubers are suing both YouTube and Google alleging the platforms discriminate against their videos by violating "some vague, ambiguous, and non- specific video content rule."
Feeling the pinch of rising Chinese tech, the Silicon Valley giants become political to stay in the game.
The pandemic lockdowns have solidified the notion of tech companies as a necessity as people’s reliance on the internet, smart phones, apps and social media has significantly increased.
Microsoft asked many of its employees in the Seattle region near its headquarters and the San Francisco Bay Area to work from home if possible until March 25.
Robotics have boomed in warehouses to speed up productivity and bring down costs.
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