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Oreo update for Huawei Mate 9 could be arriving soon

Looks like the Huawei Mate 9 could be receiving the Oreo update soon. The device with Android 8.0 on board has been spotted listed on benchmarking website Geekbench. For what it’s worth, this is not the first time we are hearing about the Mate 9 Android 8.0 update – back in April this year, we saw a glimpse of Oreo-powered Mate 9 (the ROM ... Read More »

Super Soco review, price, specs and details: Could this be the Tesla of motorcycles?

The first time I rode a moped, I immediately crashed it into a parked car near my house. Just ramped up onto the pavement like Steve McQueen and smashed into a Fiesta, causing several pounds worth of damage. I was 15 years of age, which is so long ago now that no policeman can arrest me for it. The second ... Read More »

New curriculum could be ‘disastrous’, says education expert

One of Scotland’s leading experts on education has warned that the Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) could be “disastrous” for school pupils. Prof Lindsay Paterson, from the University of Edinburgh, said the programme lacked “academic rigour” and was “dumbing down” education. He also said the programme, introduced in Scotland’s schools in 2010, could widen the attainment gap, not close it. The ... Read More »

New curriculum could be ‘disastrous’, says education expert

The Curriculum for Excellence was introduced in Scotland’s schools in 2010 One of Scotland’s leading experts on education has warned that the Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) could be “disastrous” for school pupils. Prof Lindsay Paterson, from the University of Edinburgh, said the programme lacked “academic rigour” and was “dumbing down” education. He also said the programme, introduced in Scotland’s schools ... Read More »

Rural Financial Inclusion: Small Finance Banks Could Pick up Where Public Sector Banks Left Off

Microfinance institutions lend at between 20% and 26% and are able to get all their money back with negligible non-performing assets. Credit: Reuters A fundamental change is taking place in Indian banking which has the potential to become as dramatic as bank nationalisation. The process is understood, but its likely impact is not. Hence the issue is missing from headlines. ... Read More »

Here’s What The Google Pixel XL 2 Could Look Like In ‘Very Silver,’ ‘Really Blue’

Following up on the recent render of the Google Pixel XL 2 or “Taimen,” images based on it have turned up, showing the phone in “Very Silver” and “Really Blue.” Take note we’re specifically talking about the Pixel XL 2 here, not the Pixel 2 or “Walleye,” which is said to lose the 3.5mm headphone jack but retain the Pixel’s design, including the ... Read More »

Facebook’s Virtual Reality Ambitions Could Be Threatened by Court Order

Facebook Inc’s big ambitions in the nascent virtual reality industry could be threatened by a court order that would prevent it from using critical software code another company claims to own, according to legal and industry experts. Last Thursday, video game publisher ZeniMax Media Inc asked a Dallas federal judge to issue an order barring Facebook unit Oculus from using ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note8 could be unveiled in August, ahead of IFA

Just like last year, the Samsung Galaxy Note8 is rumored to be unveiled in August, rather than September at IFA. In 2016, this gave the Note7 breathing room ahead of the impeding iPhones and this year the new Note has many bridges to rebuild – any headstart on the OLED-packing iPhone 8 will be of great help. Samsung delayed the ... Read More »

New Smart Phone Technology Could Help Men With Fertility Trouble

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — New smart phone technology could help millions of men struggling with infertility. Millions of couples have trouble trying to have a family. Forty percent of infertility is attributable to men. Now, instead of repeated visits to doctors offices, men might be able to do some critical testing in the privacy of their homes. “I think this device can be ... Read More »

Trump to order review that could relax Dodd-Frank bank rules

US President Donald Trump is expected to take his first steps to scale back financial services regulations on Friday. He is due to sign an executive order to review the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial regulations, which some people on Wall Street say are overly-restrictive. The law was brought in after the 2008-09 financial crisis with the aim of avoiding another financial ... Read More »