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Want to study in UK? Check out the new trends in Computer Science and Electronic Engineering

Computer science and electronic engineering courses continue to be hugely attractive to Indian students choosing to study in the UK. Computer science and electronic engineering courses continue to be hugely attractive to Indian students choosing to study in the UK because of the exciting possibilities of the latest technologies and the job opportunities they offer. These courses can… Read More »

In the world today, big governments are virtually useless

By Prof George W. Kanyeihamba A study in sizes and styles of world governments has tended to show that in governance small is beautiful and big is useless and wasteful. The governments of China , USA, Russia, and India may be the largest, representing as they do, the biggest populations and nations of the world. They may also… Read More »

PAI College is back with the annual Arts Festival ‘Kalotsav’

MCE Society’s PAI College of Visual Effects, Design & Art (VEDA) is a premier college of higher education in the field of animation and design, which provides university-approved courses in digital media and arts like graphics design, web design, classical animation & visual effects. The college seeks to make an Artistic India through Digital The college has grown… Read More »

Google Pixel 3 is the top-ranked single-lens Android on DxOMark

DxOMark has finally published its review of the Google Pixel 3, giving it an overall score of 101, which breaks down into a 103 for photo and 98 for video. This puts the Pixel 3 at a shared fifth spot in the rankings alongside the Apple iPhone XR. The review praises the Pixel 3’s dynamic range, its detail… Read More »

NDTV hits the roof after Rs 300 cr deal with Taboola

New Delhi Television hit an upper circuit limit of 10% to Rs 39.25 at 11:09 IST on BSE after NDTV Convergence announced Rs 300 crore deal with Taboola. The announcement was made before trading hours today, 21 December 2018. Meanwhile, the S&P BSE Sensex was down 375.90 points, or 1.03% to 36,055.77. On the BSE, 13,000 shares were… Read More »

Tips for building a global business from the founder of billion-dollar start-up Klook

Building a business is no easy feat, much less establishing one with global appeal — but it helps to aim high. That’s exactly what Eric Gnock Fah did when he quit his finance job in 2014 to launch travel booking app, Klook. “I just wanted to start something that I could relate to and that was globally relevant,”… Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S8 gets new update, keeps the same November security patch

Samsung smartphones that will receive an update to Android Pie will move from Samsung Experience UI to One UI. According to previous info, the Galaxy S8 is in tow for such a switch, but if you have received the latest update, prepare to be disappointed, because it brings neither new OS nor updated security patch. Samsung Galaxy S8… Read More »

The lessons children should be taught when it comes to social media

The conventional code of polite behaviour has undergone a modern makeover, with the introduction of “social media etiquette” to help combat the rise of “online verbal abuse and bullying”. Social media presenter Aziz Al-Sa’afin spoke to Duncan Garner. Watch the video.  [“source=forbes]

HMD may have quietly discontinued the Nokia 8 Sirocco

The Nokia 8 Sirocco launched at the high price of €750. It has come down quite a bit since then – for example, it’s €520 on Amazon.fr. It’s similarly discounted in the UK too, down to £440. But that’s not the strange part. If you hit “Buy now” on your regional Nokia.com site, you get redirected back to… Read More »

Amazon India heavily discounts the OnePlus 6

The OnePlus 6 is a good value smartphone with an original price tag of $529, but with the OnePlus 6T release coming up, the company is slashing some prices and clearing stock to make room for the new one. So starting October 10, Amazon India will be selling the current flagship at a heavily discounted price. The OnePlus 6’s asking price will be as… Read More »