India Enters 5G Era as Debt-Laden Carriers Gird to Spend Billions

India Enters 5G Era as Debt-Laden Carriers Gird to Spend Billions

To capitalize on 5G, China has been rolling out smartphone apps and industrial projects such as super high-definition live streaming, remote manufacturing, virtual reality and robotic surgery arms. The country’s three state-owned carriers have introduced more than 25,000 such applications, according to a news article posted by the State Council on its website in August. … Read more

Apple’s Self-Repair Program Has a Long Way to Go

Apple’s Self-Repair Program Has a Long Way to Go

This is on top of Apple making many products that are inherently not user-upgradable, sometimes in the name of potential performance gains or improved experiences. Things like soldered-down NAND chips, proprietary screws, and components that are only sold to Apple-authorized repair stores continue to limit how much customers and third-party repair shops can do on … Read more

US Business Activity Contracts Again, Weakest Since May 2020

US Business Activity Contracts Again, Weakest Since May 2020

The S&P Global flash composite purchasing managers output index slid 2.7 points to 45, the weakest reading since May 2020, the group reported Tuesday. Excluding the pullback in the early months of the pandemic, the August figure is the weakest print in data back to 2009. Readings below 50 indicate contraction. .

Google brings Android 13 to Pixel phones

Google brings Android 13 to Pixel phones

Google announced its most awaited Android 13 update for Pixel phones. The annual update debuted a little earlier than its usual launch timings. Our @Android 13 update for Pixel devices starts rolling out today! Along with the latest features, you’ll see improvements across many areas including:šŸ”‹Battery & chargingšŸ‘†Fingerprint unlockāš”Performance & stability Learn more on our … Read more

Amazon to Buy Roomba-Maker IRobot for $1.65 Billion

Amazon to Buy Roomba-Maker IRobot for .65 Billion

The Biden administration is ramping up scrutiny of deals by technology giants. The US Federal Trade Commission has been looking at Amazon since 2019 over antitrust concerns with its retail business and cloud computing services. Lina Khan, who became chair of the agency last year, had made a name for herself with a groundbreaking legal … Read more

Airbus Cuts Delivery Goal, Slows Ramp Up on Supply-Chain Woe

Airbus Cuts Delivery Goal, Slows Ramp Up on Supply-Chain Woe

The revisions shouldn’t hit Airbus’s financial performance in the short term, with the company reiterating full-year estimates for earnings and cash, but indicate significant challenges in boosting output in an economic environment beset by labor and materials shortages. A slower increase in A320 production also means a five-year order backlog may take longer to clear, … Read more

Raj Rajaratnam Is Out of Jail and Hunting for His Next Big Trade

Raj Rajaratnam Is Out of Jail and Hunting for His Next Big Trade

(Bloomberg) – In the spartan offices of his small private investment firm, Raj Rajaratnam, former inmate 62785-054, is searching for his next big trade. All is quiet inside the townhouse in Manhattan’s East 50s – 200 miles and a world away from the federal prison where he served seven-and-a-half years for insider trading. It’s been … Read more

How to Take a Screenshot on Any Phone or Laptop (iPhone, Android, Mac, Windows, Chromebook)

How to Take a Screenshot on Any Phone or Laptop (iPhone, Android, Mac, Windows, Chromebook)

When it works, you will hear a capture sound and see a screenshot preview at the bottom left of the screen, where you can tap on it to edit or share. Some Android phone manufacturers offer a scrolling screenshot feature that can capture an entire webpage or message thread. They all have different names, but … Read more