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THINGS I LEARNED ABOUT FINANCE BROS BY (BRIEFLY) DATING A FINANCE BRO

PHOTOGRAPH BY MARY CYBULSKI / PARAMOUNT PICTURES / EVERETT   It’s not that they’re actually ever mad at the valet. They just want him to learn. And, when you think about it, they’re really doing him a favor. You could even call it “broblesse oblige.” They do. The point is, never ever bend a Porsche key. * There is an ... Read More »

7 things you should never search for on your work computer

Save your weird internet search habits for your personal computer. Seriously. You don’t want to become an office cautionary tale — that person who got fired because they were busted Googling something inappropriate during an all-hands meeting. When you’re on your work computer, your employers can track pretty much everything you do. “Any personal data or behavior done on any work ... Read More »

Things you should know before playing Indian Rummy Games Online

Over the ages the world has turned almost completely to a virtual world. The world of Internet has taken over the minds of today’s generation. People prefer to stay back home playing online rather than playing outside. The Internet revolution which is now a part of our daily lives, allures us to take help of the technology for almost everything. ... Read More »

8 critical things to do immediately with a new PC

So you’ve got a new PC. Awesome! That humble metal box is the key to a wide world of potential. It can help you with everything from juggling your finances to keeping in touch with Grandma to blowing off some steam on, uh, Steam. But a new PC isn’t like a new car; you can’t just turn a key and ... Read More »

Top five things to expect from the new Maruti Suzuki Swift

Maruti Suzuki has been on a roll with its new products over the last few years. The most successful of the current lot is the Baleno which has been on sale for a year and has finally opened up the premium segment for the Indo Japanese automaker. It will now update its most important product which we will see towards ... Read More »

Five things AI does better than humans, from the mundane to the magnificent

AIs are giving us a kicking in board games and video games, but what else are they good for? An AI developed by Facebook researchers can rival humans when it comes to predicting whether wooden blocks will stay stacked — and where they will fall if they don’t. Credit: Facebook AI Research COMMENTS Peter Sayer IDG News Service Nov 16, ... Read More »

Things to expect from Mercedes-Benz C-Cabriolet and S-Cabriolet

Mercedes-Benz will be launching its latest convertibles – the C-Cabriolet and the S-Cabriolet in India tomorrow. The C-Class Cabriolet from Mercedes-Benz will come in C300 variant, while the S-Cabriolet will come in S500 trim only.  The upcoming C-Cabriolet will complete the automaker’s line-up of open-top four-seaters featuring classic soft tops, whereas after 1971, the S-Class Cabriolet is the sixth variant ... Read More »

Microsoft’s $300 Windows VR headsets: 6 things we know (and 1 big question)

Everybody expected mixed-reality technology to play a part in Microsoft’s big Windows 10 event on Wednesday—but nobody expected what we got. Rather than showing yet another HoloLens demonstration, Microsoft instead announced a small army of virtual reality headsets unlike anything available today, and they’re all powered by the forthcoming Windows 10 Creators Update. The demo raised more questions than it ... Read More »

ARM builds up security in the tiniest Internet of Things chips

IoT is making devices smaller, smarter, and – we hope – safer. It’s not easy to make all those things happen at once, but chips that can help are starting to emerge. On Tuesday at ARM TechCon in Silicon Valley, ARM will introduce processors that are just a fraction of a millimeter across and incorporate the company’s TrustZone technology. TrustZone ... Read More »

Intel wants to make its Internet of Things chips see, think, and act

Rolling out the internet of things means using devices as our eyes and ears and even asking them to make decisions for us. The chips at the heart of those devices play critical roles, and on Tuesday some of them got better at their jobs. While ARM introduced two minuscule processor architectures with security features borrowed from larger chips, Intel ... Read More »