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Google Pixel 2 XL Sports Tougher Back Panel Than iPhone 8 Plus, Reveals Drop Test

Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones were launchedearlier this month, and are now available to buy in markets such as the US and UK. As expected, we are starting to see different tests showing the Pixel 2 phones subjected to torture. A latest video has surfaced showing the Google Pixel 2 XL going through drop test alongside the iPhone 8 Plus.… Read More »

Nandan Nilekani back as Infosys chairman, Vishal Sikka resigns from board

A little over 36 years after he co-founded Infosys Ltd with six others and exactly a decade after he stepped down as its chief executive officer, Nandan Nilekani has returned to the company after he was unanimously named by the board as its non-executive chairman in a widely anticipated move. The appointment, a significant victory for co-founder NR Narayana Murthy… Read More »

LeEco Founder Jia Yueting Asks for Time, Pledges to Pay Back Debts

The founder of China’s struggling tech group LeEco, Jia Yueting, on Thursday pledged to take full responsibility for the company’s debt troubles amid a deepening financial crisis and after some of the company’s assets were frozen. Jia, writing in a post on his public WeChat account, apologised for causing worry, pledged to pay back LeEco’s debts and to stick to its ambitious… Read More »

RBS investor settlement over 2008 cash call back on track

Rebel RBS shareholders, who had been determined to bring the bank and former CEO Fred Goodwin to court over losses related to a 2008 rights issue, are set to agree to a settlement and the case is likely to be dropped, sources said on Tuesday. Representatives of the RBoS Shareholder Action Group had written to their members last… Read More »

FTSE heads back toward record, banks a drag on European stocks

Strength in bluechip exporters helped the UK’s benchmark index inch back towards an all-time high on Thursday and outperform broader European markets where weakness in banks weighed. Euro zone stocks rose 0.2 percent. The FTSE 100, meanwhile, was up 0.5 percent, just shy of a record high it hit in the previous session. UK-listed multi-national firms, which dominate… Read More »

Social media fights back against fake news

Facebook and other social media networks are taking steps to make sure their platforms don’t become tools for foreign governments spreading “fake news” stories. Experts consider the threat level high for these platforms to be used by foreign governments or other entities seeking to influence millions because of their extensive reach and ability to disseminate both malignant links… Read More »

Trump 100 days that shook the world and the activists fighting back

The first 100 days of President Donald Trump: how has my life changed? First of all, there was the mourning period. Not for me, but for my fellow citizens. I was just mad. And I wasn’t even maddest at the Trump voters. I understood that the critical battle lines now are not left versus right, but the 1%… Read More »

Dozens of migrants found in back of van in Croatia

Children were among dozens of migrants who had to be taken to hospital after being found in a van in Croatia. Doctors said that some of the 42 being treated were unconscious. Most were suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning. A total of 62 people – all male – were in the vehicle when it was stopped late on… Read More »

Iceland Foods hits back at Icelandic government over trademark

The supermarket Iceland claims that the Icelandic government is “not willing to hold any serious discussion” to reach agreement in a trademark dispute. The country has launched legal action against the chain, claiming it prevents the nation’s firms from describing their products as Icelandic. Iceland Foods owns the European trademark for using the name Iceland. The company sent… Read More »

Sir Philip Green hits back at MPs on BHS

Lawyers for Sir Philip Green have accused MPs of making “very serious factual and legal errors” in their report about the BHS collapse. The review, commissioned by the retail tycoon, comes as parliament prepares to debate stripping him of his knighthood. Lord Pannick QC and Michael Todd QC call the MPs’ findings “bizarre” and “unsupportable”. They claim Sir… Read More »