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India where China turned into ‘Seven to ten Years ago’, Says Apple’s Tim prepare dinner

Apple on Tuesday mentioned that worldwide iPhone income have been down for the first time, in step with organisation’s steerage for the zone. but, it had a few top information to file in India, wherein iPhone income grew over 50 percentage. “if you check India, we grew with the aid of 56 percentage, and we are putting growing emphasis in ... Read More »

FBI Trick for Breaking Into iPhone Likely to Leak, Limiting Its Use

The FBI’s method for breaking into a locked iPhone 5c is unlikely to stay secret for long, according to senior Apple Inc engineers and outside experts. Once it is exposed, Apple should be able to plug the encryption hole, comforting iPhone users worried that losing physical possession of their devices will leave them vulnerable to hackers. When Apple does fix ... Read More »

Samsung’s New App Turns Your Hums Into Music

South by Southwest (SXSW) is a place where you see some of the geekiest and weirdest things. Sony, for instance, unveiled headphones that don’t need to be plugged into your ears. Now it is Samsung that has taken to the stage to unveil its wacky products and services. The South Korean technology showed off an Android app called Hum On ... Read More »

Oil Jumps As Yuan Hits 2016 High; Investors Put Fresh Cash Into Oil

Singapore: Oil prices jumped on Friday supported by fresh investment and a weaker dollar, which makes fuel cheaper for importers using other currencies, but analysts warned that a stronger price rally was premature as a global glut remained in place. U.S. crude futures were trading at $38.64 a barrel at 0749 GMT, up 80 cents and over 2 percent from ... Read More »

Nokia CEO Says ‘Not in a Hurry’ to Get Back Into Smartphone Business

Nokia, which sold its mobile and devices divisions to Microsoft in 2014, has on several occasions confirmed it intends to get back into the smartphone business. Now, the company says it will not be hasty with its re-entry. Finland’s biggest company on the sidelines of its talk about the adoption of 5G network ahead of Mobile World Congress also addressed ... Read More »

Royal Enfield Plans to Ride into Brazilian Market

New Delhi: Niche bike-maker Royal Enfield is looking to gain entry into Brazil, the largest market in Latin America, and establish itself in major markets like Indonesia and Thailand as part of its plans to become a leading player in the 250-750 cc segment globally. “Currently, we are looking at Latin America and South East Asia regions for our growth ... Read More »

St. Clements couple converts dilapidated barn into one-of-a-kind wedding facility

Tammy Belanger and her husband Robert Belanger spent three years restoring their 1940’s barrel roof barn located in the RM of St. Clements.(BROOK JONES/QMI AGENCY) A lot of people see old farm buildings and machinery as a form of art, so they’ll have a picture of a barn or perhaps place an old tractor on their property. Robert and Tammy ... Read More »

Stuart Weitzman’s Nudist Heel, Initially Trendy Beyond Belief, Settles Into Red Carpet Classic Status

Taraji P. Henson wears a pair of Stuart Weitzman sandals. Photo: Pascal le Segretain/Getty Images Where were you when you first laid eyes on a pair of Stuart Weitzman Nudist sandals? I ask mostly because I can’t remember. As far as red carpet trends are concerned, the past few years have been a blur of simple two-strap sandals — not ... Read More »

Swiping for BFFs: Dating-Style Apps Are Breaking Into the Friendship Market

If you’re in your 20s or 30s, the idea of swiping right to find your next date sounds pretty unsurprising by now. But what about swiping to find your next best friend? Looking at a photo of another woman with some details about who she is and what she likes, and in an instant deciding whether she has friend potential? ... Read More »

This Robot Keyboard Will Catapult Microsoft Into the AI Era

The humble keyboard hasn’t changed much since it was first invented. Even the jump from physical keyboards to the digital ones you use on your smartphone still look virtually identical – save for the new emoji keys we’ve grown accustomed to punching into a text message or tweet. But for years now, scientists have been trying to crack the code ... Read More »