Author Archives: Loknath Das

Computer maker HP to cut thousands of jobs

SAN FRANCISCO: US computer and printer maker HP announced Thursday it will cut more than 10 percent of its global workforce to simplify operations and cut costs. The California-based company said it will trim its workforce of some 55,000 employees by up to 9,000 positions over the next three years. “We are taking bold and decisive actions as we embark ... Read More »

With OnePlus 7T on the way, T-Mobile discontinues 7 Pro sales

OnePlus announced the refreshed 7T last week with an updated triple camera, bigger 6.55-inch Fluid AMOLED screen, and faster Warp Charge technology. The phone launched in the US with a cheaper price point of $599 and the phone’s sales will begin on October 8 at 10AM ET. T-Mobile will also sell the 7T, as it has been carrying OnePlus phones since last year’s 6T. However, ... Read More »

Things to Keep In Mind While Buying Travel Insurance For USA

Planning a trip can be the trickiest of jobs. A well-planned trip can also sometimes turn sour when unexpected things happen. A health issue, theft, cancellation, or any other factor can spoil your travel experience. A travel insurance policy is aimed at mitigating the risks during your trip and providing a range of cover to a range of scenarios. Travelling ... Read More »

Google faces anti-trust probe over new Internet protocol that may give it an unfair competitive advantage

SAN FRANCISCO: Google is under an anti-trust probe over a new Internet Protocol that could give the tech giant an unfair competitive advantage, the media reported. The US House Judiciary Committee is investigating Google’s plans to implement DNS-over-HTTPS in Chrome, a new standard that aims to improve internet privacy and security by encryption, reports the Wall Street Journal. Google plans to begin testing the new protocol – that aims ... Read More »

Amazon’s Latest Super-Cool Alexa Gadgets: Here’s All You Need To Know

There’s a pattern to the Fall in the world of technology, as predictable as when the leaves will gently tumble from the trees. After the change of seasons is heralded by the big technology showcase in Berlin, called IFA, it’s Apple’s turn to reveal its latest iPhones in early September. Then Amazon has its own shindig, followed by Google’s Pixel reveal (coming early next month). And then there could ... Read More »

Internet metrics giant settles charges it faked its own numbers

The online ad world (among others) thrives on metrics to gauge how well its campaigns are working, but what happens when the company providing that data is cooking its own books? The industry is grappling with that issue today. Comscore and its former CEO Serge Matta have settled SEC charges they committed fraud to artificially inflate revenue by $50 million and otherwise inflate their ... Read More »

Quantum computer bests all conventional computers in first claim of ‘supremacy’

The age of quantum computing may have begun not with a flashy press conference but with an internet leak. According to a paper posted briefly–and presumably mistakenly–to a lab site, physicists at Google have used a quantum computer to perform a calculation that would overwhelm the world’s best conventional supercomputer. Although the specific computation has no known use, the result ... Read More »

Top MBA Colleges In Europe For Banking, Finance, And Economics, 2019

Every country works with a strong economy and the scope for it has become one of the important aspects to study in management. Managing finance and having a thorough understanding of economics is one of the sough-after fields in the MBA. Moreover, every firm in the world requires a strong financial manager for sure. As a result, the demand for ... Read More »

Safely charge all your gadgets with a discounted Belkin surge protectors

Odds are you have more than one or two devices that you need to charge on a regular basis, and that can be a pain at times since most people don’t have an abundance of wall outlets just hanging around unused. Surge protectors, or power strips, are a great way to charge up multiple devices from a single wall receptacle, ... Read More »

Space Startup Raises $7 Million In Quest To Harness Internet Of Things

Fleet Space Technologies was among the customers on this Rocket Lab launcher that flew into space in November 2018. ROCKET LAB An Australian startup’s new round of funding will help it grow its satellite network quickly to keep up with the growing need to support devices connected to the Internet of Things, its CEO said. Fleet Space Technologies recently raised ... Read More »