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Watch: Aakash Chopra Makes All The Right Points In Fun Video Ahead Of Pakistan-Australia Semi-Final Match

An in-form Pakistan will take on Australia on Thursday evening in the second semi-final of the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup at the Dubai International Stadium. Ahead of the start of the game, cricketer-turned-commentator Aakash Chopra came up with satirical video to preview the match. The video of Chopra’s unorthodox and entertaining preview was posted on Koo. The 59-second clip starts with Chopra describing what ... Read More »

LinkedIn makes all job interviews virtual due to coronavirus

LinkedIn is informing job candidates that they have the option to conduct their interviews virtually or delay it until an unspecified date in the future out of caution for the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak, according to an email sent to one applicant from LinkedIn’s staffing team. “In light of the recent coronavirus outbreak and with everyone’s health being LinkedIn’s #1 ... Read More »

Genomes sequencing at birth, low cost makes it a tempting proposition

As the cost of genome sequencing decreases, researchers and clinicians are debating whether all newborns should be sequenced at birth, facilitating a lifetime of personalised medical care. Researchers at The Hastings Center stated that health professionals should recommend parents to use direct-to-consumer genetic sequencing to diagnose or screen their newborns. “Genomics is a powerful tool, but the results it returns ... Read More »

Global Road Entertainment makes key hires

Global Road Entertainment has appointed Kelly Campbell as its vice-president of business affairs, and named Casey Kelly director of development. Campbell will oversee all business and legal affairs matters for Global Road Entertainment’s unscripted and alternative programming division. She will report to Phil Gurin, Global Road’s president of unscripted and alternative. Campbell will be the lead deal-maker for the development ... Read More »

Moto Makes a Strong Comeback in the US, Enters Top 5: Counterpoint

Lenovo brand Moto made a significant comeback in the US in the third quarter this year, almost doubling its volumes and market share annually and was the fastest growing brand, Counterpoint Research said on Saturday. The US smartphone shipments remained flat during the third quarter. Moto, ZTE, and LG registered strong gains and Verizon remained the largest smartphone sales channel, revealed Counterpoint’s Market Monitor programme. “Motorola jumped back ... Read More »

Sleep deprivation makes our brain feel like we’ve drank too much, suggests research

Ever feel sluggish after a rubbish night’s sleep? This could be the tip of the iceberg for our brain function, reveals a new study from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and Tel Aviv University, Israel. Researchers found that a lack of good sleep has severe consequences on our brain function and stops brain cells communicating properly, causing possible ... Read More »

Android 8.0 Oreo Makes Its Debut in Google’s Version Distribution Chart

HIGHLIGHTS Android 8.0 Oreo now powering 0.2 percent devices Android Nougat running on 17.8 percent devices Marshmallow powers 32 percent active devices Android 8.0 Oreo, the latest publicly available mobile operating system by Google, is now running on 0.2 percent of active devices. Google has updated its Google Play distribution data, providing figures for the seven-day period ending Monday, October ... Read More »

How technology makes being human easier

Folk2Folk started in Cornwall and has seen immense growth in the South West The South West is a hotbed for digital and financial technology (Fintech) businesses; from Bournemouth to Penzance there are a number of thriving tech hubs that are allowing entrepreneurial, innovative and disruptive companies to grow and thrive. Giles Cross CMO at Folk2Folk said the South West is ... Read More »

Here’s how Roku – the electronics company that’s kept Apple and Amazon at bay – makes money

If you’re familiar with Roku, the first thing that likely comes to mind are its digital media players. But the company has other ways of bringing in money that just by selling its $100 boxes and $40 streaming sticks. In fact, the fastest growing area of its business is actually selling advertising. The private company revealed some crucial details about ... Read More »

Music is a DISTRACTION when you’re driving: Listening to the radio makes it difficult to concentrate and can slow down reaction times

Listening to music while driving could be having a serious affect on your ability to concentrate. Scientists measured brain activity while volunteers concentrated on sounds coming from speakers. Participants were found to have slower reaction times and higher mental stresses when looking away from the audio source they were focusing on. The scientists behind the study believe the effect could ... Read More »