Author Archives: Loknath Das

Python_3 Coming to Bitcoin (BTC), Network Now a Super Computer?

The journey to building a supercomputer on the Bitcoin blockchain has begun with the uploading of Python 3. There are several benefits of bringing on-board Python. First, it is a high-level scripting language. Second, Python_3 is a superior version of Python 2. The upgrade introduced Python features like The_future_module, a new way to use the print function, a new way to read ... Read More »

Education, jobs can stop population growth

Education, jobs can stop population growth(Hindustan Times) At 365 million, India’s young between the ages of 10 years and 24 years is more than the population of the US, which at 329.1 million, is the third most populous after China and India, according to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) State of the World Population report 2019 released this week. ... Read More »

Leading finance officials acknowledge global slowdown

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin leaves after attending a G20 meeting at the World Bank/IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, Thursday, April 11, 2019. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana) WASHINGTON — Finance officials from the world’s major powers acknowledged Friday that the global economy is in a slowdown, but they forecast that growth will pick up by the second half of this year, ... Read More »

6 Latest Gadgets To Buy & Enjoy The Evolving Technology

The month of April brings a ton of amazing tech gadgets in the market that can excite any geek. The products that made its appearance in various conventions and summit have finally hit the stores and online platform and we are glad to inform you that every product is at par to its competitor. The competition in the market is ... Read More »

How to Introduce Your Kid to Coding Without a Computer

If you want to teach your kid how to code, there’s certainly no shortage of apps, iPad-connected toys, motorized kits and programmable pets that you can buy for your future Google employee. Some are great, no doubt, but many focus on isolated skills, which may or may not be relevant in the decades ahead. For young children, what might be ... Read More »

Your weekly dose of bike updates: Royal Enfield Bullet Trials, 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400, CF Moto 400NK and more!

While some bikemakers launched new products, a few others hinted at those models which are in the offing. Either ways, we were busy covering every major and minor update which came our way in the last week. Just in case you missed out on any of these, here’s a quick round-up of all the important bike updates from the past ... Read More »

“Terrorists use the internet in much the same way as other people.” How should tech companies deal with it?

How should tech companies regulate terrorist content? Brian Fishman, the policy director of counterterrorism at Facebook, published a paper in Texas National Security Review about the challenges that tech companies face in removing terrorist content from their platforms. It’s important to understand how terrorists use the internet, Fishman writes. Generally speaking, terrorists use the Internet in much the same way as other people: ... Read More »

How Retail and Technology are Proving to be a Hit Mix

Retail is not a traditional activity involving some business transactions. It has become a multi-layered activity which now also involves technology. Technology has changed the way retail is structure and operated. Here are a few ways how technology has mixed with retail to give the world a new dimension. Augmented Reality One of the newest things to join the retail ... Read More »

‘Slow, unreliable, expensive’ – What the internet is really like in rural France

Many people reported frustration at slow internet speeds. Photo: As a study reveals that the government is unlikely to hit its target to roll out high speed internet to rural areas by 2022, we ask readers living in the countryside what their services are really like. The study by consumer group UFC Que Choisir said that nearly 10 per cent of the ... Read More »

We don’t need no education?

I’ve been doing a lot of interviews lately, and I’ve been watching the rise of Lambda School — which I think is fantastic, incidentally — and the combination has me wondering two things: how educated do software engineers need to be? And how well does that map to what they actually learn from formal education? Let’s step back and define some terms ... Read More »