Author Archives: Loknath Das

PUBG Mobile Lite Launched in India for Phones With Less Than 2GB of RAM: Everything You Need to Know

PUBG Mobile Lite is now available in India. Less than a month after PUBG Lite for PC beta version was launched for the Indian users, Tencent Games has released the lite version of its PUBG Mobile in the country. The India launch of the game comes almost a year after PUBG Mobile Lite made its debut in the Google Play ... Read More »

Isha Manju talks about what inspired her to get into ‘Mom Blogging’

There are a lot of popular fashion and lifestyle bloggers and influencers in the world. However, Isha Manju does not belong to the usual and is a successful Mom bloggers. Isha shares blogs about motherhood and the amazing journey and every day experiences of being a mother. The journey of being a Mom blogger wasn’t an easy for Isha but ... Read More »

Students can now take ‘mental health days’ off from school in Oregon—here’s why

As the amount of money companies spend on the mental health of their employees continues to rise, there has been a movement among workersand employers alike to make mental health a priority and even to destigmatize such issues with “mental health days” off for professionals. Now the trend seems to be making its way into schools too. A new Oregon law allows students there ... Read More »

Forward Gaming Shutters Doors Ahead of TI9

“With a heavy heart I regret to announce that Forward Gaming ceases to exist. As of today, all employees’ contracts are being released and our players become free agents,” Dashtoyan wrote in a Twitlonger post. He also revealed that he had to “close the company with the debt remaining owed to the players,” to the tune of $36,000 in prize ... Read More »

More evidence that pets benefit mental health

New research examines how interacting with pets affects cortisol levels among college students. Petting a cat or a dog reduces the levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Pet owners have long known — or rather, felt — that spending time with their beloved animal companion lowers stress and improves mood. An extensive review that Medical News Todayreported on included several testimonials from people living with mental ... Read More »

Special needs education breaking our budgets, warn councils

Councils said the number of youngsters requiring support had risen by 50,000 in five years. Photograph: Imageplotter/Rex/Shutterstock County councils across England are warning that the cost of covering special needs education is breaking their budgets, with local authorities overspending by more than £100m last year to meet the sharp rise in demand. Research by the County Councils Network found that some councils ... Read More »

Build your own Prime Day gaming PC for $770

There’s a tradition we have at PC Gamer where we try to build a great gaming PC for as little as possible every Amazon Prime Day and Black Friday. This year, the deals on components are quite strong, and no doubt the arrival of new AMD CPUs and GPUs has helped push down prices on existing parts. Just because parts are now ... Read More »

Opinion | The rise of finance and the globalization of madness

There is an emerging consensus that globalization is reversing. Trade protectionism is on the rise and labour flows across borders are being resisted. But globalization is still going strong in one area. Madness in financial markets is global, and it shows no sign of stopping. There are six examples. Bonds trading at negative yields have recently crossed $13 trillion. Greek ... Read More »

The Best Gaming Routers of 2019

When it comes to gaming routers, speed kills. GETTY There is one thing that is the enemy of all gamers everywhere, and it’s not that kid in Fortnite who seems to be able to snipe you from across the map as soon as you touch down in Tilted Towers. It’s lag. Gamers know the scenario well—you’re deep into a match, ... Read More »

Cutting Calories May Improve Your Health Even If You’re Not Trying to Lose Weight

Calorie restriction is typically associated with weight loss. But a growing body of research suggests a lower-calorie diet may bring a range of other health benefits, even for those who aren’t trying to drop pounds. The latest study, published July 11 in the Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, suggests that cutting just 300 calories a day, while maintaining an otherwise healthy diet, ... Read More »