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The government said foreign-owned, single-brand retailers would get more time to meet its requirements to sell products made by Indians.
Once a social taboo, the topic is trending.
Mike Isaac, a tech reporter for The Times, now uses Uber and Lyft infrequently, though he remains a steady user of Twitter and HQ Trivia.
You can synchronize your Google Contacts to an iOS device with just a few taps.
The country, which missed out on some earlier technological shifts, is now scrambling to catch up as the world warms up to battery-powered vehicles.
Rumors are that an expensive, classified mission code-named “Zuma” failed to deploy in orbit and is now lost. Will we ever find out what actually happened?
The telecommunications giant canceled a deal to sell the Mate 10 after U.S. lawmakers expressed misgivings about what they said were Huawei’s ties to the Chinese government.
Mobile scanning apps are convenient, but if you have reams of paper to digitize, dedicated scanning hardware may streamline the task.
Peloton, which sells an internet-connected spin bicycle, unveiled a $4,000 internet-connected treadmill. The company’s insight: The gadget is not as important as the service.
Apple should give parents more tools to curb technology use by children and study the health effects of excessive screen time, two big funds said.
James Damore, an engineer who was fired after writing about gender differences, accused the company of workplace discrimination in a lawsuit.
You can edit Apple’s Live Photos and pick a new favorite frame in the sequence as the “key” image.
Our digital assets are too important for this. We need defensive policies and more uniform corporate governance.
A National Limousine Association campaign featuring Pamela Anderson encourages ride-sharing customers to watch out for their safety, but critics say it is only trying to make competitors look bad.
India’s Paytm and global heavyweights like Google are moving aggressively to persuade reluctant Indians to give up their rupee notes.
Mr. Toyoda led Toyota’s first factory in North America, bringing with him a Japanese approach to manufacturing and labor relations.
Sweatcoin has been a popular download for months by offering a twist to fitness tracking. Users gain “sweatcoins” that can be used to buy products.
Intel and its chief executive, Brian Krzanich, are in the hot seat over Meltdown and Spectre, two chip security issues that were disclosed last week.
A joking tweet claimed that President Trump had demanded a TV channel devoted to primates. Most got the gag, some didn’t, and it quickly became fodder for political and social commentary.
Modern computing security is like a flimsy house that needs to be fundamentally rebuilt.