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The Debut of Beme, a Social App That Aims for Authenticity

Casey Neistat isn’t as handsome as in his Facebook profile picture. His daily life isn’t as beautiful as it is on Instagram. And he’s not as clever as his quips make him seem on Twitter. And that’s exactly how Mr. Neistat wants you to see him. This sounds peculiar coming from Mr. Neistat, a short-form video artist and evangelist of ... Read More »

SA needs to invest in mental health services – professor

Johannesburg – South Africa needs to invest in mental health services and research, says psychiatry professor. Johannesburg – Award-winning psychiatry professor Dan Stein believes that South Africa needs to invest more deeply into assisting those with mental disorders. “There is often a feeling that there isn’t enough money for mental health services and research,” said Professor Dan Stein, one of ... Read More »

Cardiff Council’s health and social care department are on course to miss half of their savings target – only three months into the financial year

Fears about missed targets have already appeared It has been warned that Cardiff council’s social services department could miss nearly half of its planned savings for this year, despite being only three months into the financial year. The department, the largest of its kind in Wales, is projecting that £4.44m of its £9.2m proposed savings due this year will be ... Read More »

‘Final Fantasy XV’ PC Version Gets Groundswell Support from Gamers!

Apart from a recent leak supposedly about a gameplay demo running on DirectX12 on Windows 10, the PC version of the upcoming role-playing game “Final Fantasy XV” is now getting groundswell support from gamers. Apparently, a petition was made by gamers at for game developer Square Enix to really push for the development of the PC version of “Final ... Read More »

More “Quality-Focused” Marvel Console Games Coming, But Don’t Expect Them Soon

Not satisfied with Marvel’s current lineup of console games? If so, you may be happy to learn that the entertainment giant has announced plans to develop even more console games, but they may take a while to get here. That’s because, the company explained today at Comic-Con, the studio is hoping to make them great–and this takes time. During a ... Read More »

India eyes ex- Soviet airbase in Tajikistan

PRIME Minister Narendra Modi is to ask Tajikistan for the lease of a former Soviet airbase that was refurbished by India in 2007. Government sources advised M AIL T ODAY that use of the Ayni airbase for the Indian Air Force, tops the agenda for dialogue with Tajikistan President with Tajikistan President Emomali Rahmon when the prime minister arrives on ... Read More »

Robots can now tackle their greatest challenge: stairs

We’ve long attempted to recreate living creatures in robot form. From very early age of robotics, there has been attempts to reproduce systems similar to human arms and hands. This has been extended to flexible and mobile platforms reproducing different animals from dogs tosnakes to climbing spider octopods, and even entire humanoids. One of the key actions performed by animals ... Read More »

China sell-off: time to worry or a chance to buy?

Investors lured by rapid growth in China are having their nerves tested following dramatic stock market falls and even predictions that the country is facing its own Wall Street crash. British investors are counting the cost with Fidelity China Special Situations, a popular fund in the UK, having lost 30pc in just six weeks. The authorities are scrambling to prevent ... Read More »

Hiring may grow by 15% on digitization, smart cities move: survey

Indian employers appear to be upbeat about government initiatives like digitalization and smart cities as they plan to increase hiring activities by up to 15% in specific sectors such as IT,manufacturing and construction, says a survey. About 51% respondents surveyed believe there will be a hiring growth of up to 15% this fiscal, according to the Genius Hiring-Attrition & Compensation ... Read More »

Letters: SNP making excuses for second indyref

‘SNP furious’ could start most of your headlines on Scottish politics at the moment (5 July). The SNP’s main complaint about the proposals for Evel is that Scottish MPs will be excluded from decisions which could affect funding to Scotland through the Barnett formula. Rather than being angry, surely they should be using this to promote replacing the current funding ... Read More »