Thursday, March 23, 2017

Microsoft unveils ‘Teams’ tool for work collaboration

SAN FRANCISCO: Microsoft has unveiled its “Teams” tool for workplace collaboration, taking on rising star Slack in a hot market. “Microsoft Teams is an entirely new experience

Khan criticizes Johnson over inflated cost of London Stadium conversion.

SANA MAHMOOD   LONDON: Labor Mayor Sadiq Khan has said that the finances of (former Olympic) London Stadium was left in a total mess by his predecessor Boris Johnson. Noting that the conversion of


M. M. A   DUBAI: Gulfstream in a statement has said that it will have a significant presence at the MEBAA Show in Dubai scheduled to take place from 6th to 8th December 2016. Gulfstream spokesman has

The pageant of 176 emojis will be seen at MoMA!

AIMAN INAM NEW YORK: Gone are the days when people just witnessed and utilized emojis via cellular phones! According to reports, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) here has lately been awarded with some

After Insta, now FB could also spot people with depression, schizophrenia: study

AIMAN INAM NEW YORK: has earlier reported that Instagram could now spot those who were going to attempt suicide. Currently, it has further been learnt that Facebook could also detect

Zenith survey claims 75 percent of internet use in 2017 will be mobile

CALIFORNIA: According to a new survey report, seventy-five percent of internet use will be mobile in 2017, up slightly from this year, as a growing number of consumers around the world

Twitter cuts staff, kills off Vine app amid pressure to grow

CALIFORNIA: Micro-blogging site Twitter has announced that it is killing off Vine, a mobile video app where people share short video clips that play in a loop. Vine, launched in 2013

Saudi groom divorces wife two hours after wedding for using Snapchat

RIYADH: An interesting case came to a Saudi Arabian court where a groom filed for divorce just two hours after the wedding ceremony. According to state media reports, the groom demanded

‘Indian Unsafeguarded Nuclear Program’ claims India has capacity to produce hundreds of new nuclear bombs’

ISLAMABAD: A new study published by the Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) indicates that India has sufficient material and the technical capacity to produce between 356


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