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Two dead, one injured in bike accident

While attempting to overtake the truck, they lost control and came under the truck’s tyre Two youths died and one sustained serious injury in a fatal accident at Bhakti Park, Wadala TT on Wednesday evening after the bike on which they were travelling came under the tyres of a truck. According to police, the incident took place near a monorail ... Read More »

Two dead, one injured in bike accident

Two youths died and one sustained serious injury in a fatal accident at Bhakti Park, Wadala TT on Wednesday evening after the bike on which they were travelling came under the tyres of a truck. According to police, the incident took place near a monorail station near Bhakti park from where the trio were riding on one bike. While attempting ... Read More »

You can now get one of the best anti-virus tools for your computer for free

Adam Berry/Getty Images … Kaspersky Labs, one of the leading providers of anti-virus software, announced on Tuesday that it’ll be offering its computer-protecting services for free .The free service is called Kaspersky Free, and it includes anti-virus scanning and protection for your files, emails, and web usage, as well as automatic updates, and a quarantine service to safely contain malicious computer bugs. ... 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 »

Fashion and technology will inevitably become one

There’s no denying that the technology world is obsessed with fashion. Amazon, Apple and Google, three of the biggest names in tech, are all trying to carve their own path into the fashion space. Apple’s doing so with fancy smartwatches; Amazon with a shopping platform and voice-controlled cameras; and Google with conductive fabrics embedded in a smart jacket made by ... Read More »

Nougat update hits Sprint’s HTC One A9

Precisely a month after HTC announced the Nougat rollout for the One A9 in the US, the Android 7.0 update is now coming to the Sprint version of the handset. The build number is 2.18.651.2, for those of you that seek to find meaning in arbitrary numbers. The ‘extensive’ changelog published on HTC’s support page for the One A9 lists ... Read More »

Meet the Corsair One, Corsair’s ‘category-defying’ gaming PC debut

Corsair’s well-known for its wide array of enthusiast-focused PC cases, memory, liquid CPU coolers, and even liquid-cooled graphics cards. The company’s hardware powers many parts of PCWorld’s own graphics card test system. But now, after finding its footing with the bare-bones Bulldog PC, Corsair is combining its vast array of knowledge into its first-ever full-blown PC, dubbed Corsair One. Corsair ... Read More »

Gears of War 4 adds multiplayer crossplay for Windows 10, Xbox One gamers

Microsoft’s ambitious Play Anywhere initiative, which lets PC and Xbox gamers game together, made unexpected strides on Friday, when it was announced that Gears of War 4’s crossplay will expand beyond cooperative mode to include multiplayer competition. The feature, however, will be limited to Social Quickplay, rather than competitive ranked matches, Microsoft said. So your dreams of a “Super Bowl” ... Read More »

GM puts on hold one billion dollar investment for India

GM has announced that it will put on hold a one billion dollar investment  that it had announced in 2015 for the Indian market. The announcement comes on the back of struggling India sales and lack of strong volume models American automaker. The announcement in 2015 included 10 locally produced models over the next few years. They would be based ... Read More »

Google’s,low-cost,Android,One,program,may,expand,to,the,U.S.

When Google launched its Android One program in 2014 it was designed for one main reason: to create a system of standards for phones in developing countries. Targeting emerging markets in Pakistan, India, the Philippines, Indonesia, and others, the program dictated minimum hardware standards and limited software tweaks to insure people everywhere had access to low-cost phones that still provided ... Read More »