Apple iPhone 2021 to be 'completely wireless': Analyst
According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo , the purported iPhone will be launched in the second half of 2021 and offers a completely wireless experience, without any USB-C port either. The wireless version is likely to be the highest-end model, MacRumours reports. Kuo also predicted that Apple will also launch a possible 'iPhone SE 2 Plus'.
Leaked email shows Professor investigating IIT-Guwahati colleague resigned due to ‘undue pressure’
The committee was formed to investigate Brijesh Rai, who has spoken up against alleged corruption at the institute. IIT-G students had protested in Rai's support.
Sebi not to take action on complaints without supporting documents, identity disclosure
As per Whistle Blower Protection Act, a whistleblower shall make a complaint, indicating his/her identity accompanied by supporting documents.
Maruti Suzuki recalls 63,493 units of Ciaz, Ertiga, XL6 to fix faulty part
"The company will inspect 63,493 vehicles of petrol SHVS of Ciaz, Ertiga and XL6 for a possible issue with the Motor Generator Unit (MGU)," MSI said in a statement. A possible defect may have occurred in the MGU during manufacturing by an overseas global part supplier, it added. The vehicles were manufactured between January 1, 2019 to Nov 21, 2019.
Jharkhand: Candidates grew older by 1-13 yrs between 2014-19
Going by the candidates' declaration of their age, it implies they have grown older by 1 to 13 years between the 2014 and 2019 polls.
Tech industry sees two pain points in data protection bill
The PDP Bill proposes voluntary verification of users and sharing of anonymised data by firms with the govt.
Trophy shelves, study table & peace: Sunil Chhetri's workspace reflects his need for an escape
The footballer said that drinking and snacking is a strict no-no in the office.
US solar industry urges Twitter campaign to 'punch back' at White House
The Solar Energy Industry Association's call to action came a day after it released a study saying the levies would cost 62,000 jobs and $19 billion in clean energy investments. The study is part of a strategy to persuade President Donald Trump to reduce or end the four-year tariff regime implemented early last year.
Chief of Defence Staff to come under RTI Act; NSA-led panel submits report
The main task of the CDS will be to ensure jointmanship among the three services which will include powers to work on setting up of few theatre commands as well as to allocate military assets among the services to synergise their operations. At present, the three services coordinate their work under the framework of the Integrated Defence Staff (IDS).
13 million farmers in UP would miss out on PM Kisan Nidhi due to ID issues, govt sounds alarm
UP has the largest number of beneficiaries among all states under the scheme. Out of the 79.7 million beneficiaries across the country, almost 18 million are in UP alone.
Nobody joins him, people just cheer: Rajiv, MD of Bajaj Auto, on father Rahul Bajaj
Rahul Bajaj raised his concerns over lack of freedom of speech when it comes to criticising the BJP-led govt.
Don't have money in your bank account to pay LIC premium? You can use your credit card
Now, for those who are short of cash, they can opt to pay their Life Insurance Corp. of India (LIC) policy premiums using their credit card. This is especially useful for those last-minute tax-savers who do not have enough money in their bank a/c.
Here’s what happens to markets if US tariffs on China kick in Dec 15
“If tariffs implemented, Trump would be the Grinch that stole Christmas,” said Sue Trinh.
These SBI debit cards will get deactivated by December 31
SBI has asked those customers who applied for the EMV chip-based cards and have not yet received it to visit their home branch as soon. If you still have not got an EMV chip-based debit card, here is how you can get it.
China introduces mandatory face scans for phone users
In September, China's industry and information technology ministry issued a notice on "safeguarding the legitimate rights and interests of citizens online", which laid out rules for enforcing real-name registration. The notice said telecom operators should use "AI and other technical means" to verify people's identities when they take a new phone number.
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