Monthly Archive:: September 2014

Bash Exploit Can Be Used to Take Control of a Computer; Bigger Than Heartbleed, Warn Experts

A newly discovered security bug in a widely used piece of Linux software, known as “Bash,” could pose a bigger threat to computer users than the “Heartbleed” bug that surfaced in April, cyber experts warned on Wednesday.

Infosys CEO Allows Staff to Use Facebook in Hopes to Retain Talent

Infosys Ltd’s new CEO has come up with a novel approach to reviving the financial fortunes of India’s trailblazing outsourcing firm: use Facebook at work, tweet, but get the job done. Infosys has long been run as

Microsoft Offers Free Office 365 Subscriptions to Eligible Students

In a move that is bound to make students, teachers and schools all around the world jump with joy, and in the process earn Microsoft some goodwill, the tech giant has announced on Monday that its ultra-popular

Narendra Modi to Meet Google Chairman Eric Schmidt in the United States

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have breakfast with heads of top global companies including Google and PepsiCo on his upcoming visit to the United States, in a bid to fetch investments for Asia’s third-largest economy. Modi

Isro Becomes the Toast of a Nation as Indians Congratulate Scientists on Facebook, Twitter

Indians were elated for becoming the first country in the world to enter the Martian orbit in its maiden attempt Wednesday, and many took to Facebook and Twitter saying “mission accomplished”. Happy and proud Indians, including many