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Banks or NBFCs: Where should you take your education loan from?

Graphic: Mint It is said that education is the biggest wealth that one can accumulate, but getting quality higher education is increasingly becoming expensive. However, people are still going ahead and funding their children’s education, often with the help of education loans. One indicator of higher spends on higher education is the average ticket size of education loans (see graph). ... Read More »

Oppo F5 4GB RAM Variant Goes on Sale in India: Price, Where to Buy, Specifications, and More

HIGHLIGHTS Only the 4GB RAM variant of Oppo F5 has been released for now It is exclusively available via Flipkart at the moment Offline sales are scheduled to commence soon Oppo F5 is on sale for the first time in the country on Thursday, a week after the Chinese brand’s new selfie phone launched in India. The highlights of Oppo F5 include ... Read More »

FAQ: Where will Washington state’s 7.3 billion education dollars go?

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signs into law a measure that seeks to bring the state into compliance with a court mandate to increase state dollars to basic education Thursday, July 6, in Olympia. Washington state has been in contempt of court for lack of progress on satisfying a 2012 state Supreme Court ruling that found that school funding was not ... Read More »

New Pokémon Go maps show you where to catch ’em all

If you’ve been wondering how to find Pikachu, Scyther, Electabuzz, or any other rare Pokémon, you probably wanted to use the hot new thing: crowdsourced Pokémon Go maps taught players how to find Pokémon in Pokémon Go. The problem?  Pokémon Go developer Niantic has said it will actively block “tracker” apps from accessing its data to find Pokémon in Pokémon Go. But ... Read More »

New Pokémon Go maps show you where to catch ’em all

to find rare Pokémon in Pokémon Go. Gotta Catch Em All is probably the best Pokemon Go map out there, though it’s restricted to Boston for the moment. Credit: Mark Hachman 63COMMENTS Mark Hachman | @markhachman Senior Editor, PCWorld Aug 5, 2016 2:31 PM If you’ve been wondering how to find Pikachu, Scyther, Electabuzz, or any other rare Pokémon, you ... Read More »

recreation of Drones is an aerial conflict league where drones fight to the dying

taking walks into a drone-combating pit is much like strolling right into a boxing ring. The audiencelooks on as pilots on either aspect make remaining-minute preparations, swapping out propellers and tucking in free cables earlier than the round begins. With a clean flick of the joysticks, the drones zoom into the air. They sway from left to proper, proper to ... Read More »

Five things earnings have taught us about where tech’s headed

irst-area profits season wrapped up remaining week for the biggest technology groups, and we’vediscovered a few things. Mark Mahaney and Amit Daryanani, tech analysts at RBC Capital Markets in San Francisco, sat down Friday morning with 10 newshounds to discuss the large issues from income reviews and to make predictions for what’s to come back. (See their scores below.) There ... Read More »

Trade it: Where to hide during recessions

The first reading of fourth-quarter GDP released Friday morning missed expectations and showed the economy just barely treading above water. What do you buy if the economy does dip into negative territory later this year? Fourth-quarter real GDP rose 0.7 percent versus the Wall Street consensus of 0.8 percent, so the chance of a recession in 2016 is now a ... Read More »

Currency wars: Where can traders go from here

After a week of collapsing asset prices, moves from central banks to weaken their country’s currencies have proved frustratingly short-lived, leaving analysts scratching their heads as to what policymakers can do next to intervene. Normally when a country loosens monetary policy and cuts their interest rates, investors pull their money out in search of higher yields elsewhere. This pushes down ... Read More »

Where Starry Internet dreams of a gigabit, others have found a harsh reality

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission said Thursday that broadband networks are growing too slowly to meet the country’s needs. A startup called Starry launched this week promising to roll out broadband faster using wireless, but the track record for companies doing that isn’t good. The FCC reported that 34 million U.S. residents still can’t get broadband, which it defines as ... Read More »