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Gionee A1 Virat Kohli Signature Edition launched, will be exclusive to Amazon

Gionee has announced a special Virat Kohli Signature Edition Gionee A1 in India. Gionee has announced a special Virat Kohli Signature Edition Gionee A1 in India. The limited edition Gionee A1 will feature Indian skipper Virat Kohli’s signature at the back. The device will be made exclusively on Amazon.in starting 12 PM on June 27 for Rs 19,999. The pre-booking ... Read More »

Rajasthan Board girl toppers will get cash prizes and scooties from the new academic session

The Rajasthan government has announced that female students who have performed outstandingly in their final exams will be awarded cash prizes. This step is being taken in order to improve women’s education in the state. Representative image The Rajasthan government has announced that female students who have performed outstandingly in their final exams will be awarded cash prizes  while class ... Read More »

When will Britain’s political parties talk seriously about education?

A school building. Flickr/Alan Levine. Some rights reservedEducation, education, education. As a teacher, I’m listening hard for manifesto pledges that will make a difference when votes are cast tomorrow, but, as each rolls in, there is still not enough real debate of how we want to improve schools in this country. Where will we be in 2021? I don’t want ... Read More »

Yu Yureka Black Launch Set for Thursday, Will Be Flipkart Exclusive

HIGHLIGHTS Yureka Black to be Flipkart exclusive New Yureka Black likely to go on sale from Thursday Micromax’s Yu will be launching a new smartphone after nine months Micromax’s Yu Televentures subsidiary, after a brief sabbatical, is gearing up to launch a new smartphone, the Yureka Black. The domestic handset maker has been creating hype around the launch of the ... 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 »

Xiaomi’s Mi Home Is Now In India – Will Mi Routers and Vacuums Follow?

HIGHLIGHTS Xiaomi Mi Home opened in Bengaluru on Thursday Xiaomi plans to launch larger stores with experience zones next It could use stores to showcase products that aren’t available in India On Thursday, Xiaomi launched its first physical retail store in India, and outlined plans to open a total of 100 such stores across India in two years. The brand ... Read More »

Homework Will Be Easy From Now on – Hire Experts to Do It for You

In a world where you have so much to learn, the most important thing that you are taught from the beginning is to focus on your education. This is like one of those must have characteristics of a person. So, it might seem daunting to you that you are swamped with so much of homework each and every day, but ... Read More »

There Will Always Be Limits to How Creative a Computer Can Be

Jennifer Maravillas for HBR Artificial intelligence is disturbing the workforce, and will continue to do so as its capabilities increase. Inevitably, “artificial intelligence will soon be able to do the administrative tasks that consume much of managers’ time faster, better, and at a lower cost.” But, when it comes to more complex and creative tasks such as innovation, the question ... Read More »

Yahoo’s New Male CEO Will Get Twice Marissa Mayer’s Salary

The company named board member Thomas McInerney, 52, as the head of its new spinoff company, Altaba. McInerney, former CFO at IAC media company – which owns brands such as Tinder, OKCupid, and the Princeton Review – is to get a $2 million base pay, the company announced in an SEC filing Monday. Mayer isn’t going entirely gently into the ... Read More »

The FCC’s plan to kill net neutrality will also kill internet privacy

Photo by James Bareham / The Verge After Congress repealed the FCC’s broadband privacy rules two weeks ago, new FCC chairman Ajit Pai promised the American people that he would ensure that the personal information they give to their ISPs would continue to be protected. Pai said that he planned to work with the Federal Trade Commission to “restore the ... Read More »