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What to Do If You’re Going to Miss the Tax Deadline

Persuading the IRS to give you more time after the April deadline to file your tax return is fairly easy. But there are several other things you’ll need to do if you’re filing taxes late. What if You Miss the Tax Deadline? How to File Taxes Late Get an extension. Set aside cash for interest. Prepare to pay a penalty of ... Read More »

What to do about the ‘Windows 10 is no longer supported on this PC’ error

Owners of some Windows 10 laptops and tablets are crashing into a worrying roadblock when they try to install the Windows 10 Creators Update. Windows Update initially says the notebooks are compatible with the upgrade, but fails to install it after downloading the setup files, instead displaying the following message: “Windows 10 is no longer supported on this PC. Uninstall this ... Read More »

Microsoft Ends Support For Windows Phone 8.1: What Is The Future Of the Mobile OS?

Microsoft has made an announcement that could mean the end of the Windows Phone. Amidst a flurry of major announcements such as its plan to expand broadband access to rural Americans, Microsoft also announced that it would be ending support for the mobile edition of Windows 8.1, which is the operating system used by the majority of Windows phones. Windows Phone 8.1 ... Read More »

Upcoming Maruti Suzuki Cars in India: What to Expect in 2017

The new Maruti Swift and Maruti S-Cross will come during the festive season. (Photo: The Quint) Maruti Suzuki is the largest carmaker in India, and it is little wonder that car buyers are constantly looking for new models and updates from the company. The next 12 months is going to be interesting for Maruti with at least five cars expected ... Read More »

EA at E3 2017: How to Watch Live Stream and What to Expect

HIGHLIGHTS Star Wars Battlefront 2 gameplay should be revealed The world premier of Project Dylan from developer Bioware is on the cards A Way Out is probably EA’s indie publishing effort for the year EA Play 2017 is the company’s event that runs parallel to E3 2017. Its games will also be seen at Sony’s and Microsoft’s E3 2017 conferences ... Read More »

What Are Your Summer Gaming Plans?

Staring into the abyss known as the videogame backlog and having it stare right back—that seems like the perfect way to spend a summer, don’t you think? That time will soon be upon us once more. The days will be longer, we may have more time to get together with friends, and we may actually play more games. As my ... 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 »

What can the UN do if your country cuts the internet?

It has been almost a year since internet access was declared a human right, yet infringements continue. Between January and March 2017, internet in two English-speaking regions of Cameroonwas cut off for almost 100 days following protests over an attempt to force the use of French in schools and courtrooms. In late April, the government blocked social media in India-administered ... Read More »

What no Singaporean tells you about blogging for money

For some Singaporeans, blogging can be a good source of side income. But it’s not as simple as writing and posting pictures. There’s a rumour going around that blogging is easy money. With famous bloggers like Lady Iron Chef and Xiaxue supposedly making thousands of dollars per post, you might think it’s your golden ticket. While blogging can be a good ... Read More »

What the general election will mean for education

Conservatives are likely to seek a mandate to create new grammar schools. But heads fear that education issues will be overlooked amid the furore over Brexit during the general election campaign. Education issues are likely to be overshadowed by Brexit in the coming general election campaign, headteachers have warned. Theresa May this morning called a snap election for 8 June, citing the ... Read More »