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STEM programs funded by Amazon reaches Seattle schools

STEM programs funded by Amazon reaches Seattle schools

Amazon is now funding computer science and robotics programs in Seattle schools. With an idea to train the next generation of engineers in robotics, Amazon will be finding 30 public schools under its ... Read more

Argo AI autonomous car research center gets a big push

Argo AI autonomous car research center gets a big push

Research in the field of Artificial Intelligence is getting a big push from all major tech players in the industry today. Here comes the news of Argo AI- the autonomous driving technology group backed... Read more

Capgemini to acquire Altran for 3.6 billion euros

Capgemini to acquire Altran for 3.6 billion euros

Capgemini, the global leader in IT services has announced that it is going to acquire Altran Technologies.  According to the agreement Capgemini is to acquire Altran at 14 euros per Altran share.... Read more

Root Robotics is now part of iRobot

Root Robotics is now part of iRobot

Classrooms are increasingly adopting new technologies. Here is iRobot, a company popular for developing robots for home use. The company is now acquiring Roots Robotics- a robotic firm dedicated to ch... Read more

Old 15-inch MacBook Pros might catch fire due to battery problems

Old 15-inch MacBook Pros might catch fire due to battery problems

Apple has asked the users to return their old 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display as they might catch fire. Overheating batteries are the reason behind the recall. Apple says there are a ‘li... Read more

Microsoft Traineeship Program launched in Australia

Microsoft Traineeship Program launched in Australia

Microsoft Australia has launched its Microsoft Traineeship Program in South Australia to support the upcoming technology/IT talent in the region. Through the program, the talented professionals in Sou... Read more

Dell, HP Inc., Microsoft and Intel come together to oppose new tariffs

Dell, HP Inc., Microsoft and Intel come together to oppose new tariffs

Dell, HP Inc., Intel, and Microsoft have come together to oppose the current administration’s proposed tariffs on laptops and tablets. The tariffs to be introduced on these items were among thos... Read more