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Never say never again: When celebrities eat their words

Cleese isn’t the first celebrity to go back on his very public word. From Charlie Simpson’s Busted to Bond star Sean Connery, it’s wise to never say never again. Image copyrightPAImage captionBusted busted in 2005 Charlie Simpson – Busted There are some bands that will never get back together. Abba. The Jam. The Smiths. Then there are those that “will ... Read More »

What Amazon’s physical bookstores say about the future

Amazon pushes into brick and mortar    19 Hours Ago | 01:57 Amazon is quietly expanding its bookstore footprint — a move that could offer clues about its ambitions for other types of stores. The e-commerce giant told CNBC on Tuesday it will open another New York City bookstore location this summer at 7 West 34th St., across from Empire State ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S8 Release Date, Specifications, Price, and More: What the Rumours Say

With the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, Samsung has lost a lot more than just billions of dollars last year. The South Korean giant has spent considerable time and effort in making amends to Galaxy Note 7 buyers, fixing its reputation, as well as identifying the cause behind the smartphone’s explosions. And the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 is its first big ... Read More »

Trading Calls: Buy Tata Motors, Sun Pharma, Sell Axis Bank, Say Experts

NDTV Profit spoke to market experts on their top stock picks. The markets edged lower on Monday, with the Nifty trading near 8100 level. Analysts say trading is likely to be lacklustre for the rest of this year as foreign fund managers typically go on holidays during year-end. Meanwhile, NDTV Profit spoke to market experts on their top stock picks. ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S8 Will Not Have 3.5mm Headphone Jack, Home Button, Say Reports

Samsung Galaxy S8 may be part of the joining the list of smartphones that have abandoned the 3.5mm headphone jack, if a new report is to be believed. The South Korean giant will reportedly remove the audio jack from the upcoming flagship Samsung Galaxy S8. Another report separately claims that Galaxy S8 will also not include a Home Button while ... Read More »

iPhone Sudden Shut Down Problem? This Is What Apple Has to Say

It was reported late last month that some iPhone users are facing battery issues in that their phones were abruptly shutting down even with sufficient battery life remaining. After hearing multiple complaints, Apple issued a replacement process for those iPhone 6s users who were facing such shutdowns. Apple has now issued a statement on its Chinese website regarding the issue. ... Read More »

‘Gooligan’ Android Malware Stole Millions of Google Accounts, Say Researchers

A malicious software, called Gooligan, designed to attack Android smartphones has breached the accounts of more than a million Google users, security researchers said Wednesday. The report by Check Point Software Technologies said the Gooligan malware targets devices running Android 4.0 and 5.0, which represent nearly 74 percent of Android devices. Gooligan attacks can steal email addresses and authentication data ... Read More »

iPhone 7 Not a Game Changer, Say Analysts

Not even Chief Executive Tim Cook singing “Sweet Home Alabama” on Carpool Karaoke could get Wall Street excited about the launch of Apple Inc’s iPhone 7. The new iPhone, which features a high-resolution camera and the option of a jet-black glossy finish but notably lacks the traditional analog headphone jack, is not revolutionary, analysts said. “Overall, we thought that the ... Read More »

No drawing close Rebound in Apple’s iPhone income, Say Analysts

Berkshire Hathaway’s new stake in Apple is a vivid spot in an in any other case dismal few months for the tech giant. Analysts at Canaccord Genuity Inc. are telling customers that iPhone sales, which have been suffering, are not going to get a boost this sector. “based on our survey paintings, we accept as true with customers maintain to ... Read More »

FBI: ‘Too Early’ to Say if Anything Valuable Is on San Bernardino iPhone

After a protracted and very public dispute between the FBI and Apple, federal authorities said last week that investigators were able to access a locked iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino, California, attackers. So what have they actually found? It’s too soon to say, according to the FBI’s top lawyer. The FBI is still analyzing data found on ... Read More »