Indian Subcontinent Technology Votes & Polls World

Blockchain remote voting a future road India going to travel or ..

As the Election Commission of India  held a series of webinars on the use of blockchain for remote voting on Monday, the issue of voter privacy emerged as a major talking point, with lawyers and academics believing that it should be given as much importance as the process of voting itself.   “When we talk Read More…

East India Industries Market South India Technology

2300 Kms Submarine optical fibre cable Costing 1224 Cr Rs connecting Chennai and Port Blair dedicated to nation

The foundation stone for this project was laid by Prime Minister Modi on 30th December 2018 at Port Blair. Today Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday inaugurated the submarine optical fibre cable connecting Chennai and Port Blair, via video conferencing.   Earlier, the Prime Minister had said that inauguration of the submarine Optical Fibre Read More…

America Companies Games Technology

Twitter hacker Clark arrested in Florida along with two accomplices

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested Graham Clark, a 17-year-old from Tampa, Florida over the major Twitter hack that took place on July 15.   He is accused of being the mastermind in the most high-profile Twitter hack. Clark faces 30 felony charges including organized fraud, communications fraud, identity theft, and hacking.   Clark Read More…

Europe Industries Technology

Construction of the World Longest Subsea Power Cable 50% Job done

North Sea Link, a joint venture project between National Grid and Norwegian system operator Statnett, took on World’s Longest Subsea Power Cable ambitious project and it was not an  easy feat to achieve . Construction of the World’s Longest Subsea Power Cable Has Now Passed the Halfway Point confirmed the project officals .   The Read More…

America China Companies Europe Market Technology

Virtual Private network sales goes high in HonkKong

Downloads of virtual private network (VPN) software and apps have surged after China’s central government announced that it would pass a new national security law tailor-made for Hong Kong, sparking fears among some netizens of increased surveillance and censorship from Beijing. A Beijing source told on Thursday the planned new law would ban all seditious Read More…

Africa Corona Virus Life Science Technology

Rwanda employs anti-epidemic robots in its fight against coronavirus

More than 90,000 health workers worldwide have contacted the Covid-19 in the course of treating affected patients. To reduce these numbers, the Rwandan government wants its health workers to have limited physical contact with patients under their care. It is to be noted  in January, doctors used a robot to treat the first person in Read More…