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Nokia 8 To Launch This Month For Below $600: Can It Steal The Thunder Of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8, Apple’s iPhone 8?

HMD Global, the Finland-based company that now owns the rights to the Nokia brand, is planning to launch the flagship Nokia 8 at the end of the month. The flagship Nokia smartphone was expected to be called the Nokia 9, but a report claims that it will instead be called the Nokia 8. No matter the name, will it be ... Read More »

LG’s new tablet is ”as light as a can of soda”

Seoul: LG Electronics on Monday released a new light tablet PC which supports the long-term evolution (LTE) network connectivity and offers improved portability. The South Korean tech giant said the 290-gram G Pad IV 8.0 FHD LTE can be considered “as light as a can of soda,” making the device especially suitable for women and teenagers, Yonhap news agency reported. ... Read More »

Google Allo Can Now Make Duo Calls Within a Chat

HIGHLIGHTS Update lets users make Duo calls within Allo Both Allo and Duo need to be installed on both ends The Duo icon is seen in the upper-right corner of the chat screen Google this week rolled out an update to its messaging app Allo that enables users make a Duo video call directly within the chat window. To be ... Read More »

Jon Ossoff can thank Republicans for their secret health bill if he wins tonight

ROSWELL, Georgia — If Jon Ossoff wins, he’ll have the Republican efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare with a bill that could strip health insurance from tens of millions of people to thank. Many of the volunteers here say they’re being motivated by powerful fears of what losing health insurance may unleash. In particular, more than a dozen of Ossoff’s ... Read More »

Skills that can spell managerial success in the future

A manager has to learn to apply appropriate technology to enhance work flow and organizational processes. Photo: iStockphoto The difference between a manager and a machine is simply this: A machine makes the inevitable happen, whereas a manager makes the possible happen. Management is the art and science of possibility. The future is not sitting there like a duck waiting ... Read More »

How finance brands can appeal to consumers’ emotions

Ten years after the financial crisis of 2007-08 began to rock the economy, and following numerous malpractice and misselling scandals over the years, the media conversation is still dominated by negative perceptions of an industry that is struggling to regain customer trust. The findings of Edelman’s Trust Barometer make uncomfortable reading for the UK financial sector. The longest running global ... Read More »

Every Nvidia GeForce graphics card you can buy for PC gaming

Every Nvidia GeForce graphics card you can buy for PC gaming Nvidia’s GeForce graphics cards range from slim HTPC-boosting options to hardware that crushes PC gaming at 4K. By Brad Chacos, Senior Editor, PCWorld | Jun 5, 2017 3:00 AM PT Share Slide 1 of 9 All Slides See larger image Credit: Nvidia The GeForce gang Different graphics cards are ... Read More »

What Higher Education Can Learn From Summer Camps

Predicting the future is a fool’s game. But it’s a game that remains irresistible – and necessary – if we are to prepare for what lies ahead. The American higher educational system has proven to be remarkably adaptable and resilient. As we’ve recently learned in the case of Sweet Briar, it’s awfully hard to close a college. The value of an institution – ... Read More »

5 Ways a Blog Can Help Your Business Right Now

There are many benefits of blogging for business today. In fact, blogging is critical. However, bland, run-of-the-mill blog posts won’t cut it. These are lazy and ineffective. So what is effective? Publishing informative, well-written articles that are created with strategy and customer engagement in mind. Blogging helps to: Draw online traffic. Nurture and convert customers. Keep current customers engaged. Differentiate you from other similar ... Read More »

Can T-Mobile Keep Growing Revenue Per User?

The competition in the U.S. wireless industry is increasingly fierce, putting pressure on service revenue at the largest players, AT&T (NYSE:T) and Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ). The company putting the pressure on, for the most part, has been T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS). Most recently, T-Mobile introduced a new unlimited data plan that includes taxes and fees in the pricing. It also agreed to lock ... Read More »