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Spies use AI-aided faces on LinkedIn to connect with sources on...

Over the past few years, we have seen the rise of AI fakes which has got a lot of people very worried. A phantom...
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LinkedIn introduces Facebook-like reactions to its platform

Facebook introduced reaction emojis to its platform, which allows users to add reactions beyond the basic like and dislike buttons. The feature has been...

Microsoft, Adobe join hands to take on Salesforce’s cloud marketing software

Adobe Inc. and Microsoft Corp. have partnered up against their common rival Salesforce and will be supporting one another in a bid to solidify...

LinkedIn Salary feature launched in India, to help create salary transparency

World's largest professional networking platform LinkedIn, has launched LinkedIn Salary in India, to help its users see a detailed analysis of salaries across different...

Groupon to pay $57 million to settle a US patent with...

IBM will receive $57 million from Groupon as a settlement fee over a patent case in the US Groupon, an online marketplace; would pay $57...

India among top 3 countries in AI skills : LinkedIn Report

India is among one of the top 3 countries in AI skills, as stated by the LinkedIn report In a new report,  LinkedIn report suggested that...
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LinkedIn releases top 25 startups list for India; OYO occupies top...

LinkedIn, world's largest professional network has released the list of top 25 most sought after startups by professionals in India. The list is based on...
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LinkedIn celebrates a community of 5 crore Indian users

Professional networking platform, LinkedIn has announced that the number of Indian users has crossed the mark of 5 crores. LinkedIn started its India operations...

Java vs Python: Best choice for building dynamic web applications?

The choice between Java vs Python is not really that kind of rivalry, the two languages typically have different use cases and fan bases....

C# vs Java : Comparison of two most popular programming languages!

Sun was the company that introduced Java, and understandably, it wanted to control its design and evolution. Unfortunately, Microsoft also wanted a piece of...