Tag Archives: Issues

Some Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Users Facing Palm Rejection Issues

Samsung last month launched its flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge. Although the two phones have earned a fair amount of praise in the media, some early adopters of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge are facing palm/ finger rejection issues. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge handset’s design and the curved display will always lead to some ... Read More »

First Android N Update Starts Rolling Out With Fixes for Performance Issues

Google unveiled Android N last week with an early developer preview, and alongside introduced the Android Beta Program offering enthusiasts the chance to stay up-to-date with the latest pre-release builds of Android. Now, Google has started rolling out its first Android N update for Nexus devices enrolled in the Android Beta Program. The release was confirmed by Ian Lake, an ... Read More »

Opinion: The EPF Tax And Other Personal Finance Issues

As far as the personal finance community is concerned, the entire discourse on Budget 2016 has been hijacked by the storm surrounding the proposed taxation of withdrawals from Employees Provident Fund and providing an exemption to 40 per cent of the NPS corpus withdrawn. The issue can be explained like this: in the case of the Employees Provident Fund, both ... Read More »

Skype for Linux Reportedly Facing Issues, Microsoft Accused of Neglecting OS

Several Linux users are reporting an issue with Skype, Microsoft’s instant messaging and VoIP calling service. Users report that Microsoft has broken the app’s ability to join calls. Microsoft is yet to acknowledge the issue. Two Linux enthusiasts who go by handle Boltgolt and Nickforallnl (Nick Vernij) penned the issue in a blog post signed by “lots of angry Linux ... Read More »

US Issues Blood-Donating Guidelines To Combat Zika

Zika is transmitted by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which also spreads dengue fever. Washington:  US health officials on Tuesday issued new guidelines for donating blood aimed at avoiding the contamination of the country’s blood supplies with the Zika virus. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), recommended that anyone returning from a region in which the virus is being transmitted or ... Read More »