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Apple is no longer allowed to use refurbished iPhones as service replacements in Denmark

Apple is often praised for its after-sales service and support, as well as device guarantee policy and Apple care programs.For the most part, we have to hand it to Cupertino, especially for its truly international repair and replacement coverage. We are sure, at lest some of you have found themselves in a situation, where you phone or laptop gets damaged ... Read More »

Analyst: No iPhone SE refresh coming in March 2017

Apple won’t be releasing an update to the iPhone SE in March 2017, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has stated in a note to investors that AppleInsider got their hands on. Unlike any other major smartphone, the iPhone SE’s life will be extended past the usual one year period. As reasoning behind such a decision on Apple’s part the analyst (whose predictions ... Read More »

Spanish parents call strike demanding ‘no homework’

Children in Spain are complaining about excessive homework, which is also being supported by their parents, who have decided to go on a strike against their children’s school load for the entire month of November. The Spanish Alliance of Parents’ Associations (CEAPA) called the strike that covers some 12,000 state schools across the country. Views of the President of CEAPA: ... Read More »

AT&T Priv’s ‘No Service’ issue: BlackBerry working with AT&T to expedite the fix

BlackBerry has announced that it’s currently working with AT&T to speed up the release of a fix to the ‘No Service’ issue that some Priv users have been facing on the carrier’s network for over a month now. “The root cause for this issue has been identified, and a solution will be made available shortly as BlackBerry is working with ... Read More »

AU no longer a factory of IAS

The perpetual pride of Allahabad University (AU), known as the ‘factory producing IAS officers’ institute, has suffered a serious decline in the recent times.  The varsity hasd been producing impressive numbers of civil servants until its decline in 2011. There are time when the AU was swarmed with aspirants to pursue political science, history, economic, and many more subjects. Since ... Read More »

AU no longer a factory of IAS

The perpetual pride of Allahabad University (AU), known as the ‘factory producing IAS officers’ institute, has suffered a serious decline in the recent times.  The varsity hasd been producing impressive numbers of civil servants until its decline in 2011. There are time when the AU was swarmed with aspirants to pursue political science, history, economic, and many more subjects. Since ... Read More »

Windows: When no growth is an improvement

Microsoft yesterday said that revenue in the September quarter for the More Personal Computing group was down 2%, the second consecutive quarter of year-over-year declines and the fifth contraction in the last six quarters. Windows revenue, which accounts for the bulk of More Personal Computing’s (MPC) total, was flat. But that was an improvement over the prior quarter, when sales ... Read More »

CBSE to ensure no non-teaching work for teachers in private schools

Following the complaints lodged by the teachers association to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for performing non-academic work in private schools, the CBSE has decided to issue a circulation to around 16, 000 private affiliated schools. The 16,000 schools would summit the staff details of both the teaching and non-teaching staff before the CBSE. In the complaint lodged ... Read More »

The Windows weakness no one mentions: speech recognition

Windows has a feature it doesn’t like to talk about. While the OS lets you scrawl notes with a stylus, log in with you face (or secure the Web) via Windows Hello, and even order Cortana to set a reminder, what it’s not so eager for you to do, apparently, is use its speech recognition engine to issue commands or take voice dictation.The reason for its ... Read More »

No tobacco alcohol during school hours: DPE directs school teachers

In order to maintain discipline and decorum in school, the Directorate of Primary Education (DPE) has issued a detailed circular in this regard. As per the notice, primary school teachers of Pune schools have been banned from chewing tobacco, gutkha or the consumption of alcoholic during school time. Other points from the circular: The DPE, in the circular, has stated ... Read More »