Thursday, February 23, 2017

Pakistani boy becomes world’s third highest earning gamer at 17

KARACHI: A 17-year-old Pakistani boy has become the third highest earning gamer in the world. Sumail Hassan, known as ‘Suma1L’ in the gaming world, amassed $2,401,560 in a recent tournament, becoming

Facebook allows its employees to take 20 days bereavement leave

CALIFORNIA: Social media giant Facebook is doubling its bereavement leave for employees and also introducing paid family sick time, company's chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg shared the new leave

Apple to build new headquarter at a cost of $5 billion

CALIFORNIA: Apple team is planning to pay a fitting to the co-founder of the company, Steve Jobs by finishing his last work - Apple Inc's sprawling new headquarters in Cupertino, California. Apple has

Terahertz wireless could make spaceborne satellite links as fast as fiber-optic links: Study

TOKYO: Scientists have developed a next generation system which can transmit digital data over 10 times faster than 5G mobile networks, an advance that will pave the way for faster downloads and improve

WhatsApp to roll out ‘reply to status messages’ feature

CALIFORNIA: Facebook-owned instant messaging app WhatsApp may finally allow you to reply to status messages and in fact mute them from specified users. “WhatsApp may soon let you mute and unmute status

World’s first Gigabit LTE network and device launched in Sydney

SYDNEY: Telstra, Ericsson, Qualcomm and NETGEAR have unveiled the world’s first commercial Gigabit LTE network and device at the “Gigabit LTE Experience” event in Sydney. The Gigabit LTE NETGEAR

Body armor of the future could be made of human hair: experts

CALIFORNIA: American experts suggest that the hair on a human body could help them develop new materials, possibly even for body armor. Researchers at the University of California, San Diego studied hair

Nokia’s brand-new smartphone SOLD OUT in ONE MINUTE

BEIJING (JAN 20, 2017): After years of absence from the smartphones market, Nokia has enjoyed a stunning return on Friday, according to new figures which claim the company’s latest handset sold out in

Chinese hackers can bring down India’s military network: report

NEW DELHI (JAN 20, 2017): Chinese malware has the ability to bring down India’s military network and disrupt the army’s communication, revealed a report published in Indian magazine. A report on


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