Living in the age of snoops can be difficult. It’s hard enough to escape garden variety profiling, let alone become …
Statement of Ethics
On an evening in late May last year, towards the end of summer in Bengaluru, Harshit Agrawal started thinking about …
In this interview, professor Mausam of IIT-Delhi talks about his approach to solving India’s data problem and his work on Markov Decision Process and crowdsourcing.
Dozens of startups are starting to serve Indian casual gamers. But even before they grow big, new and combat-ready competitors are rushing in all the way from the Middle Kingdom.
Facebook’s crackdown on third-party plugins to limit adblockers is hurting political ad transparency as it also shuts down tools built …
Log9 Materials, the startup with digs close to the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, is, in fact, poised to enter the multibillion-dollar energy sector that’s on the cusp of a change towards cleaner sources of power.
Despite his eccentricities, and views that some might consider extreme, Stallman the idealist, the ultimate free software evangelist, is a crowd-puller even in small-town India.
NoPo Nanotechnologies has found a way to make carbon nanotubes in meaningful quantities with a degree of consistency that makes it suitable for various applications including building parts of a rocket.
Only a few days ago, the Haidian Park in Beijing made headlines as the world’s first ‘AI-park.’
Chinese tech giants along with dozens of hyper-funded upstarts have designs on the world. They are quietly taking over the global fintech market at a scale that’s unheard of before.
No hotel in Beijing is run by a sentient robot named after Edgar Allan Poe. But almost every high-end hotel …
At Stellaris, Alok Goyal looks at investing in electric vehicles, besides looking at logistics and software as a service companies. We caught up with him last week to understand why he’s bullish about investing into the EV space when most other VCs won’t do so.
Banning popular porn websites can lead to an increase in usage of free VPNs that aren’t quite safe to use.
Science fiction can be inspiring— even if it is increasingly turning dystopian. A city like Bangalore– at the epicentre of India’s tech boom, with the power to shape the country’s future– could surely use more direction from sci-fi.
We’re seated in a conference room at Paytm’s office in Noida, Sector 5. A team of Chinese tech workers need …