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The LG V20 will officially launch in India on December 6

The LG V20 might be one of the most underrated smartphones of the year. The handset packs in a tremendous amount of power and features, but LG kind of shot itself in the foot with the release of the phone. In addition to being falsely advertised as the first phone to run Android Nougat, its release during the same window ... Read More »

Whitechapel Bell Foundry to ring in new era as owner sells site

Britain’s oldest manufacturing business, a London bell foundry that made Big Ben, could be sold after its owner decided to vacate its historic East End premises. The Whitechapel Bell Foundry began life in 1570 during the reign of Elizabeth I. It moved to its site on Whitechapel Road in 1739 and has traded from the building since. The Guinness Book ... Read More »

India: Chopras to set up university in the Himalayas

The trust is set to start building the campus for the University of NorthWest Himalayas in Dehradun, an education hub at the foothill of the Himalayas, with the aim of opening in August 2018. The university aims to build capacity to enrol 1,500 domestic and international students in its initial development phase, later expanding to take in 5,000 students. “It’s ... Read More »

Service in the IoT Era

acle recently announced a new connection between its Service and IoT clouds. That makes total sense to me. I bet a lot of folks think of the Internet of Things as those machines that do things directed by algorithms — and if so, they might wonder why they need to be connected to customer service, such an obviously human channel. ... Read More »

EU leaders to hold shorter summit in December, ending with dinner without May

The regular end-of-the-year summit of European Union leaders will last this year only one day and will end with a dinner where Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May is not invited, the indicative programme of the meeting showed on Thursday. The president of EU summits, Donald Tusk, invited leaders for a shorter one-day meeting to be held in Brussels on Dec. ... Read More »

India: Chopras to set up university in the Himalayas

The trust is set to start building the campus for the University of NorthWest Himalayas in Dehradun, an education hub at the foothill of the Himalayas, with the aim of opening in August 2018. The university aims to build capacity to enrol 1,500 domestic and international students in its initial development phase, later expanding to take in 5,000 students. “It’s ... Read More »

Conspiracy Theories in the Information Age, Part 1

e of the most volatile conspiracy theories in recent times ended with a whimper last month, when Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made the terse statement, “President Barack Obama was born in the United States. Period.” Though birthers may be with us always, it seems that many have turned their attention to other potentially scandalous topics — and they need ... Read More »

A Project Ara (A8A01) developer smartphone unit gets in the spotlight

Google canceled Project Ara modular smartphone endeavor back in September leaving many developers and potential customers who’ve been looking forward to the project empty handed. Our colleagues at Phandroid have managed to get their hands on a developer edition Project Ara unit with the model number “A8A01″ and they’ve brought us some nice looking images. The Project Ara (A8A01) smartphone ... Read More »

Trump to trust in daughter power

Donald Trump’s remarkable election victory gives him an immediate business headache: what to do about his sprawling financial empire. During the campaign, he said that if he became president, he would hand control of his business empire to Ivanka and her brothers, Don and Eric. But the plan came under fierce scrutiny from critics, who said it involved big conflicts ... Read More »

US, UK slip in latest ICEF i-graduate Agent Barometer

The survey of more than 1,000 agents from 108 countries shows that just 67% rated the US “very attractive”, down from 77% in 2015. The UK fared even worse, with the number of agents finding it “very attracting” declining almost 20% to 48% this year, compared to 64% in 2015. The number of agents reporting study visa concerns among their ... Read More »