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What Education Technology Companies Need To Know About Schools

As an innovation team focused on improving the world through education, my colleagues and I are often the first port of call for ed tech startups hoping to go to market or to scale their products globally. As such, we review hundreds of ed tech products per year and, in some cases, set up pilot programs to assess impact and ... Read More »

LG V30 to launch on European carriers by the end of the year

Like previous V-series phones, LG wasn’t too keen to launch the LG V30 it Europe. SIM-free has been available for a while now, but with little carrier involvement. That is about to change as the company announced plans to expand V30’s presence in partnership with several carriers. First is TIM Italy, which is already selling the flagship for €900 (no subsidies here). It also ... Read More »

An Easy Guide to Getting a Bitcoin Wallet App and Getting Started with Cryptocurrency

If you are looking for some help to buy bitcoin, the place to start is to get a bitcoin wallet app. Of course, once you have the app, you may still have just as many questions, if not more. You may believe that bitcoin is only used by cybercriminals, for instance, when in reality it is used by huge corporations ... Read More »

China online finance regulator tells unqualified micro-lenders to stop lending

BEIJING (Reuters) – The National Internet Finance Association of China issued a risk warning letter late on Friday telling “unqualified institutions” to immediately stop offering loans as Beijing steps up a crackdown on the micro-loan sector to fend off financial risks. The 1 trillion yuan ($151.5 billion) short-term, unsecured lending sector, known as “cash loan” in China, has been accused ... Read More »

India Bike Week 2017: BMW Motorrad To Unveil BMW K 1600 B

The BMW K 1600 B is a bagger based on the BMW K 1600 GTL Highlights BMW K 1600 B is based on the BMW K 1600 GTL Powered by a 1649 cc, in-line six cylinder engine Three riding modes, standard ABS and Traction Control BMW Motorrad will be unveiling the all-new K1600B, a bagger based on the BMW K ... Read More »

India Bike Week 2017: BMW Motorrad to debut this year at Goa event, may launch two new bikes

BMW Motorrad is set to make its debut at the India Bike Week 2017 which is scheduled for November 24 – 25, 2017 at Vagator in Goa. The BMW Motorrad along with Triumph will take part in a parade on the opening day of the event. Along with that, the Motorrad pavilion will showcase 14 bikes which include MW S 1000 RR, BMW R ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S9 to Take on iPhone X’s Face ID with Enhanced Iris Scanner: Report

While hackers are exploring ways to fool the technology behind Apple’s Face ID, Samsung is now rumoured to be working on an enhanced iris scanner to take on the iPhone X’s killer feature. The new development is reportedly in works for the Galaxy S9 that would supersede the existing Galaxy S8. ET News reports that Samsung is developing new software to make face recognition on ... Read More »

Comio to Start India R&D Operations Next Quarter

Chinese handset maker Comio Monday said it will start a research and development centre in the country that will work on bringing in features for the Indian market in the January-March 2017 quarter. The company has also commenced local assembly of smartphones in the country with partners V-Sun and Hipad Technology. “We are in the process of setting up our R&D centre, ... Read More »

Apple Served With Search Warrant for Access to Texas Shooter’s iPhone: Report

Apple has been served with a search warrant for access to an iPhone SE which was used by the gunman who killed 27 people in a Texas church, as per media reports. The gunman Devin Patrick Kelley, 26, walked into the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs on November 5 and opened fire. He later killed himself. According to a San Antonio ... Read More »

America to Dump Obama-Era ‘Net Neutrality’ Which Gives Free, Open Internet

The head of the US Federal Communications Commission unveiled plans on Tuesday to scrap landmark 2015 rules intended to ensure a free and open Internet, moving to give broadband service providers sweeping power over what content consumers can access. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, a Republican appointed by President Donald Trump in January, said the regulatory agency will vote at a December 14 meeting on his plan ... Read More »