Tag Archives: Is

Facebook Says Digital India Initiative Is a Key Growth Enabler for It

Digital India is certainly a big opportunity for both economic growth and innovation and the growth Facebook is witnessing in the country is a clear example of that, a top company executive said on Wednesday. According to Kevin Martin, Vice President for Mobile and Global Access Policy at Facebook, the government’s digital initiative has opened several opportunities when it comes to innovate ... Read More »

Why The Private Internet Is Growing So Fast

If you’re not a fan of AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire, you’re missing one of the best pop culture takes on the tech world ever produced. Sure, it might not have fire-breathing dragons and zombie armies, and very few people watch it, but as a fictional representation of the historical origins of the computer and Internet world that we now all ... Read More »

Which Computer Is the Best for Architects and Architecture Students?

Buying “the perfect computer” comes with equal parts indecision and excitement—we put in hours of research, weigh brands, compare specs, read product reviews, and ask around for advice and suggestions. For the uninitiated, it often means wading through lots of technical jargon. i7? Intel? SSD? Quad-core? For others, it may mean being spoilt for choice and finding it difficult to ... Read More »

NO INFLATION? TECHNOLOGY MAY HAVE LEFT IT BACK IN THE 20TH CENTURY

During her speech to the National Association of Business Economics on Tuesday, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen made a rather startling admission: The Fed may have “misspecified” its models for inflation and “misjudged” the strength of wages and the job market. Leaving aside the odd choice of words, Yellen—true to her training and temperament—proved herself more interested in understanding the world as ... Read More »

Is Yahoo a fintech company now?

Yahoo Finance, a division of the once dominant eponymous web portal, is the largest business news website in the US by monthly traffic. Now, it’s becoming more enmeshed in the business of finance through a partnership that will offer brokerage services directly via the Yahoo Finance app—a strategy that could be a sign of things to come for the rest of the ... Read More »

Swiss Finance Regulator Is ‘Investigating ICO Procedures’

Switzerland’s top financial markets regulator is investigating the practices behind an undisclosed number of initial coin offerings (ICOs). Though it didn’t name any specific token sales, the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority said today that it is examining “a number of ICO cases to determine whether regulatory provisions have been breached.” Specifically, the regulator wants to see whether organizers of ICOs, who sell ... Read More »

Dell is selling our favorite budget gaming laptop for $800 right now

Bargains are in a bit of a lull before the holidays arrive, but there are still a few decent deals out there. Right now, Dell is offering a 15-inch gaming laptop with a Core i5 Kaby Lake processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card for $800, and IPS screen. That last detail—the IPS screen—makes this price ... Read More »

Education is driving future business leadership

Becoming a leader in business can be credited to a combination of drive, hard-work and experience, but it has been proven that even more than experience, education is a top factor in determining your future in business management. According to Investopedia, education is not only important for skilled workers but for the economical success of the country as a whole. ... Read More »

Which classic PC game is on your pile of shame?

Every week, we ask our panel of PC Gamer writers a question about PC gaming. This week: which classic PC game is on your pile of shame? Oh, boy. We also welcome your answers in the comments. Andy Kelly: System Shock 2 I know this is an important game. I know it inspired some of my favourite developers. I know some consider ... Read More »

State Bank of India to unveil Project Lotus; here is how you can gain

Saves you interest even if you pay for a purchase in installments. And lets you sell shares or cherry-pick a mutual fund scheme. A superstore that gives you exclusive deals when you shop for shoes or smartphones. Lets you check out homes within your budget. Saves you interest even if you pay for a purchase in installments. And lets you ... Read More »