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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2017) reaches the US on November 1, priced at $229.99

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2017) is almost ready to make its debut in the US. Today the Korean company has officially announced that the tablet is headed to that market, where it will be released on November 1. You’ll be able to pick one up from Samsung’s own online store, in two colors: black and silver. The Galaxy Tab A ... Read More »

Ritinjali has educated 1,200 slum children and helped hundreds of youth find employment

Since 1995, Ritinjali has been providing education to marginalised communities to nurture the youth into responsible, sensitive citizens.  Students at the learning centre More often than not, it is children who are already disadvantaged due to poverty, alleged involvement in crime, physical and mental disability, and gendered and sexual discrimination, who are thrown into perpetuating cycles of wrong and social ... Read More »

Skype for Android reaches 1 billion downloads

It’s been a busy year for Skype, Microsoft’s messenger. It reached version 8.0, added PayPal support and themes, it plays better with other apps too. And all that hard work has been rewarded as the Android app joined the 1 billion downloads club. Skype for Android hit 100 million downloads in July 2013, then grew to 500 million downloads back in February 2015 and has continued ... Read More »

Report: League of Legends is No. 1 in PC game revenue so far in 2017

According to a report by SuperData, League of Legends is No. 1 in the world in terms of PC game revenue since the start of 2017. Long championed as perhaps the most popular game in the world, it’s no surprise to see League of Legends at the top of the list. With millions of players around the world, League maintained its market presence across multiple continents ... Read More »

|Interview|630 marks in ICAI CA Final, Raj Paresh Sheth from Thane get AIR 1 with 78.75 per cent

Meet Raj Paresh Sheth from Dombivali (Maharashtra) who has secured All India Rank 1 in ICAI CA examination. ICAI CA Final and CPT Results 2017 The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) today, July 18 declared the results of Chartered Accountants final examination result held in May, 2017 and Common Proficiency Test (CPT) held in June, 2017. Meet Raj ... Read More »

Broadcom Wi-Fi Chip Flaw Threatens 1 Billion Smartphones, Google and Apple Roll Out Fixes

A Broadcom chip flaw found and demoed by Exodus Intelligence’s Nitay Artenstein exposed a potential critical threat to 1 billion Android and iOS smartphones. This exploit was possible due to a specific Broadcom Wi-Fi chip bug that let the hacker gain remote execution access on smartphones. Fortunately, before this could happen, Google and Apple both have fixed the bug. The Wi-Fi chip is vulnerable ... Read More »

Official support for Fairphone 1 discontinued

The Fairphone 1 was launched way back in 2013. Specs-wise, it was a pretty standard Android smartphone, but what made it special was that the company behind it (Fairphone) claimed device longevity as one of its primary goals, along with use of conflict-free minerals in the production. Now, after nearly four years, Fairphone has announced that it has stopped supporting ... Read More »

Oracle to Add 1,000 Employees in European Cloud Push

Oracle is hiring 1,000 employees in Europe, the Middle East and Africa as it expands its cloud computing services in the region. The company is looking for workers with between two to six years of experience to staff sales, management, finance, recruitment, marketing and human resources roles for its cloud computing service, Oracle said Tuesday. The Redwood, California-based company did not specify ... Read More »

One in Six Small Business Owners Set to Get Good Credit Score News on July 1

On July 1 there will be significant changes to consumer credit scores as America’s three largest credit-reporting agencies (Equifax, Experian and TransUnion) will be dropping nearly all civil debts and some tax liens from their reports. These changes will impact individual consumers but could have a greater impact on small business owners who tend to rely heavily on personal credit. Upcoming ... Read More »

Apple needs to sell a computer with a good GPU for $1,000, not $5,000

A few months ago, Apple offered a rare near-apology for the Mac Pro. “We designed ourselves into a bit of a corner,” said Craig Federighi, which is probably the best way to say it. Apple was so focused on whether it could put workstation components into a beautiful, tiny trash can form factor, that it never bothered to ask if ... Read More »