• Sun, Jan 20, 2019
  • Fears that robots will eliminate your job are unfounded with a growing number of employers planning to increase or maintain headcount as a result of automation, staffing company ManpowerGroup said in...
    Robots will be your colleagues not your replacement
    The “Humans Wanted: Robots Need You” report surveyed 19,000 employers in 44 countries and found 69 percent of firms were planning to maintain the size of their workforce while 18 percent wanted to hire more people as a result of automation. That was the highest result in three years.The report went on to say that 24 percent of the firms that will invest in automation and digital technologies over the next two years plan to add jobs compared to 18 percent of those who are not automating.Just 9 percent of employers in the annual survey said automation would directly lead to job losses, while 4 percent did not know what the impact would be.“More and more robots are being added to the workforce, but humans are too,” said Jonas Prising, Chairman & CEO of ManpowerGroup.“Tech is here to stay and it’s our responsibility as leaders to become...
  • New Twitter bug exposed Android users' private tweets New Twitter bug exposed Android users' private tweets

    A bug in Twitter exposed private tweets of some Android users for over five years when they made changes in their settings, like changing the email address linked to their accounts.

  • Samsung to launch India-first smartphones to counter Chinese rivals Samsung to launch India-first smartphones to counter Chinese rivals

    Samsung plans to launch a budget smartphone series in India ahead of a global release, aiming to regain ground ceded to Chinese rivals such as Xiaomi in the world’s second-biggest mobile phone...

  • Tech Next: Fitbit’s new wearable and Micromax’s comeback device Tech Next: Fitbit’s new wearable and Micromax’s comeback device

    Smartwatch or activity tracker? That’s not an easy decision for most consumers who are considering a wearable. It’s been over three years since Fitbit arrived in India.

  • WhatsApp working on fingerprint authentication for chats: Report WhatsApp working on fingerprint authentication for chats: Report

    The fingerprint authentication feature will be available within the app under a new section.

  • Samsung to showcase new monitors for gamers at CES 2019 Samsung to showcase new monitors for gamers at CES 2019

    Samsung Electronics is set to unveil at next week's CES 2019 new monitors for different users ranging from gamers and office workers to designers.

  • Google wins US approval for radar-based hand motion sensor Google wins US approval for radar-based hand motion sensor

    Alphabet Inc’s Google unit won approval from US regulators to deploy a radar-based motion sensing device known as Project Soli.

  • TECH NEXT: Shape of things: Tech we can look forward to in 2019 TECH NEXT: Shape of things: Tech we can look forward to in 2019

    2019 is likely to see exciting new technologies and gadgets that will spice things up. Here are some of our key predictions.

  • Samsung working on mini smart speaker Samsung working on mini smart speaker

    Samsung is reportedly planning a cheaper version of its Galaxy Home smart speaker powered by its voice assistant Bixby.

  • Apple provided users' data on Indian government requests Apple provided users' data on Indian government requests

    Updated: Dec, 25, 201803:51 PM

    The Indian government asked Apple to provide information regarding 27 devices and 18 accounts in the January-June 2018 period, with the company providing data in most of the cases owing to an iTunes...

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