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Two senior Grab executives quit: Sources

Two top executives at Grab Holdings‘ fintech business have quit, adding to other senior departures in recent months, as the Southeast Asian ride-hailing and delivery firm rejigs the key unit at the loss-making group, two sources said. Chris Yeo, who heads Grab‘s payments and rewards business and has been with the company for nearly six […]

iPhone 14 development falls behind schedule due to lockdowns in

The next-gen iPhones are expected to debut in the second half of this year, probably in September. However, according to a report from Nikkei Asia, at least one of the models of the iPhone 14 series is falling behind schedule. And the reason behind the delay is reportedly the COVID lockdowns in China. The report […]

The Story of Abortion Pills and How They Work

Another clinically available method of abortion is a medical procedure that uses suction to remove the pregnancy from the uterus. This process is quicker, but abortion pills allow greater control over where and when someone chooses to begin the termination, says Murphy. That said, until the pandemic, there were still rules preventing the medication from […]

Microsoft’s Code-Writing AI Points to the Future of Computers

Microsoft just showed how artificial intelligence could find its way into many software applications—by writing code on the fly. At the Microsoft Build developer conference today, the company’s chief technology officer, Kevin Scott, demonstrated an AI helper for the game Minecraft. The non-player character within the game is powered by the same machine learning technology […]

Samsung Galaxy Book 2 Pro 360 (13.3-inch) Review: The Price

It’s surprising that Samsung has taken so long to launch laptops in India. The brand is highly regarded and has a huge network of stores as well as service centres. In addition to its thriving smartphone ecosystem and home appliance lines, Samsung is one of the top global brands when it comes to monitors and […]

Brave Web 3 Browser Adds Solana Support, Improves BAT Utility

Privacy-first browser, Brave has unveiled its desktop browser version 1.39, which comes with Solana integration in a bid to improve Web 3 access for users. Before the announcement, Brave Browser had a linked wallet and a robust suite of tools for both novices and experts. Adding support for Solana means that users will now be […]

How to turn captions on and off in Instagram

Instagram has added the auto-generated captions feature, which can directly transcribe any video content that users watch on the app. Before getting this feature users have to enable it and the same drill goes with posting pictures and videos on Instagram. How many languages are available under auto-generated caption feature The auto-generated feature of Instagram […]

Researchers Made Ultracold Quantum Bubbles on the Space Station

In March 2018, researchers launched what looks like a white, cooler-sized fridge to the International Space Station. That heavy box houses a $100 million facility known as the Cold Atom Laboratory, which enables an array of atomic physics experiments to be done at freezing temperatures in the zero-g of space. With those unique conditions, scientists […]

A Warehouse Worker Takes the Fight to Amazon Shareholders

Amazon’s organizing warehouse workers have been rattling the ecommerce giant, winning union elections, and staging walkouts to agitate for better working conditions. Now, one worker is trying a novel tack. Today, Daniel Olayiwola will become the first warehouse worker in company history to present his own resolution at Amazon’s annual shareholder meeting. Earlier this year, […]

Galaxy Watch 4 users will soon be able to try

You must have heard about smartphones getting beta software updates, and Samsung also releases One UI beta for smartphones and tablets. But, in a first, the company has announced the One UI Watch beta programme for its smartwatch, particularly for the Galaxy Watch 4. The One UI Watch beta programme will initially be limited to […]