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Happiest Minds acquires IoT platform Cupola Technology

Software services firm Happiest Minds Technologies Pvt. Ltd has acquired Internet of Things (IoT) platform Cupola Technology for an undisclosed amount, according to a press statement. “We have found that organisations are rapidly moving from proof of concept to enterprise-wide IoT rollouts. This has brought about the need for a dedicated IoT operations centre with a solution-centric approach,” Sashi Kumar, CEO and managing director of Happiest Minds, said. Bangalore-based Cupola Technology Pvt. Ltd was founded by Ajay Agarwal and Huzefa Saifee in 2011. Agarwal, an alumnus of Indian School of…

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Japan to provide $40 million to ADB to back high-level technology

Japanese Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Taro Aso attends at opening session of the ADB annual meeting in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, Japan May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Issei Kato Japan will provide $40 million to the Asian Development Bank to promote high-level technology as part of efforts to boost quality infrastructure in Asia, Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Saturday. “Japan has been promoting quality infrastructure in Asia in close collaboration with the bank,” Aso told the ADB’s annual gathering in Yokohama. “Enhancing quality of infrastructure in terms of lifecycle…

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Technology Is Taking Away Jobs, But It’s Also Creating Them

Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn says it’s really happening. On Microsoft acquiring LinkedIn, he had a lot to say to his employees but some of the key things that stood out were his thoughts on how technology and automated processes are really changing the future of employment. Apart from all the wide-ranging effects it will have on our lives and society, in general, he says that technology is really beginning to displace millions of people from their jobs. So what should we do? What should really define our time? Weiner…

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Technology a blessing to tourism

Tourism! Some call it leisure, others call it business. It means different things to different people at different times. To many, traveling all over the world for business while you accidentally bump into unique destinations is Tourism. To a certain extent, this is true. However, tourism goes way beyond just travelling around. It encompasses travelling, visiting tourist destinations, learning diverse cultures and tradition as well as experiencing various lifestyles. Merely passing by a tourist site doesn’t make one a tourist. You actually have to stay in a place and spend…

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Now Centre for technology and environment Seeks Ban on Potassium Iodate

The Centre’s ban on the use of potassium bromate as a food additive will lessen threat from cancer-causing chemical compounds and safeguard public health, the CSE today said and additionally sought a ban on potassium iodate, any other chemical used as a flour remedy agent in making bread. “we are satisfied to understand that the FSSAI has banned the use of potassium bromate. Our study on bread last month raised this trouble and FSSAI had announced that it’d be banned quickly. We welcome the set off action. The chemical turned…

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The movie star food plan trend That actually Has a few technology in the back of it

In modern popular culture vernacular, it is an insult to be known as simple – the alternative of cool and trendsetting. however within the nutrients world, being fundamental, as in alkaline, is aspirational, with popular books, websites and celebrities all endorsing a pH method to consuming. there is some severe technology to back this trend, so it’s miles well worth paying attention to, but (surprise, surprise) there is lots of complicated misinformation and hyperbole out there, too. The concept of the alkaline diet facilities at the well-hooked up fact that…

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