Apurva Venkat

Principal Correspondent

Apurva Venkat is principal correspondent for the India editions of CIO, CSO, and Computerworld. She has previously worked at ISMG, IDG India, Bangalore Mirror, and Business Standard, where she reported on developments in technology, businesses, startups, fintech, e-commerce, cybersecurity, civic news, and education.

Google warns court against changing liability shield for internet companies

Amazon to face off with workers, government on staff reduction in India

Amazon to face off with workers, government on staff reduction in India

As Amazon looks to enact layoffs globally, Indian government officials call a hearing on complaints that employees were coerced into the company's Voluntary Separation Program.

Meta launches AI-based VRS system to reduce bias in advertising

Meta launches AI-based VRS system to reduce bias in advertising

Meta's new AI-based Variance Reduction System (VRS), designed in collaboration with the US Department of Justice in the wake of a discrimination complaint, aims to reduce bias and increase the equitable distribution of ads for...

Amazon confirms more than 18,000 employees to be laid off

Amazon confirms more than 18,000 employees to be laid off

The layoffs come after a hiring spree during the pandemic, and follow a wave of job cuts by other major tech companies.

Amazon layoffs now expected to mount to 20,000, including top managers

Amazon layoffs now expected to mount to 20,000, including top managers

Layoffs are expected in multiple locations and departments including IT, and will affect all levels of employees, according to sources.

ProtonVPN to remove its physical servers from India

ProtonVPN to remove its physical servers from India

This is the fourth VPN service to announce its exit from India in response to the new data rules announced in the country.

Decline in PC and tablet shipments will continue through 2023, says IDC

Decline in PC and tablet shipments will continue through 2023, says IDC

The pessimistic outlook is due to inflation, the weakening global economy, and a surge in buying over the past two years.

New tech business behind India’s under-40 billionaire club

The Hurun India Rich list released on Tuesday notes that self-made and under-40 billionaires in India have made their wealth from new technology business.

5 controversies Infosys faced in recent times

Of late, Infosys has been rocked by controversies. The company has its founders and the current management at odds with each other. Here's a quick glance at the major recent outbursts.

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