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Samsung Note 7 sales to be hit in China after global recall: Report

In mainland China, 51.9 per cent people plan not to buy Samsung smartphones in light of the global recall of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones owing to exploding batteries, a media report said on Monday.

HP Inc leads dwindling HCP market in India: IDC

 HCP (Inkjet, laser, SDM and line printers) market in India dropped 4.7 per cent sequentially in the second quarter of 2016 and reached 757,783 units in terms of shipments, with HP Inc. leading the segment with a spurt in the consumer Inkjet market, a report said on Monday.

Baidu's Facemoji to feature Bobble for faces, customisable text

Leading Chinese language internet search engine Baidu's Facemoji -- a free keyboard -- will soon feature emoji-based app Bobble for faces and customisable text.

20 win Infy awards for 'making' in India

Twenty organisations from diverse sectors were on Monday declared winners of the first edition of Infy Maker Awards for "making" in India by the software major's Infosys Foundation.

Ericsson to digitally empower 1,500 handloom weavers in UP

Swedish communication technology firm Ericsson on Monday announced the launch of handloom cluster digital development project in Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh.

Yahoo hack may spark change in New Zealand privacy law

New Zealand authorities are monitoring the Yahoo hack that comprised up to 500 million user accounts with a view to changing the country's privacy laws, an official said on Monday.

Mock auction on for biggest-ever telecom airwaves sale

To ensure that the biggest-ever telecom spectrum auction from October 1 is conducted without any glitches, the government on Monday kick-started mock auction among the seven qualified bidders, according to top sources in the ministry.

Infosys announces 20 winners of 'Infy Maker Awards' in India

 In its bid to encourage innovators to make in India, Infosys on Monday announced the winners of its first 'Infy Maker Awards' in the country.

Delhi Metro services disrupted by maintenance work

Commuters were stranded as the Delhi Metro services were disrupted continually on the Yellow Line between Huda City Centre and Jahangirpuri due to maintenance work on the overhead traction wires.

Lack of training in new skills worry creatives: Adobe

While rise of design-led thinking in the realm of business is having a positive effect on creative professionals in India, nearly half of them feel that they are not being sufficiently trained in new skills, a survey by Adobe shows.

India's satellite launch order book stands at Rs 280 crore

 India has a satellite launch order book of around Rs 280 crore for third parties. The country is also in discussions with others for contract manufacturing of meteorological satellites, said top Indian space officials here on Monday.

Robots patrol Chinese airport

Chinese Shenzhen International Airport has employed robots to patrol one of its terminals, making it the first public place in the country to be so guarded

HP unveils world's smallest all-in-one Inkjet printer series

With a focus on tech-savvy consumers who need compact machines with on-the-go printing features, HP Inc. on Monday unveiled world's smallest 3700 all-in-one printer series which offers easy printing from a smartphone or tablet.

New computer system shows hope for speech disorder children

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a computer system that can automatically screen young children for speech and language disorders and potentially even provide specific diagnoses.

Facebook apologises for disabling Palestinian journalists' accounts

Facebook has apologised for disabling accounts of several Palestinian journalists and activists, saying "the pages were removed in error and restored as soon as we were able to investigate".

Long random password can secure you from hacking: Expert

With Yahoo announcing a massive data breach last week where 500 million of its user accounts were compromised in 2014, experts feel that the trick to avoid email account hacking is to use really long random string for a password.

ISRO to hit 100 foreign satellite launch figure soon

India will soon touch the magic figure of launching 100 foreign satellites, said a senior official of ISRO.

Google Glass now helping doctors during emergency

Although eye wearable device Google Glass did not take off as it was projected to be, the device is helping Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) and paramedics communicate with ease with doctors during emergencies.

Angelina Jolie has blocked Brad Pitt's number

Actress Angelina Jolie has reportedly chosen to ignore any contact from Brad Pitt after she filed for divorce from the actor last week.

Dhoni biopic won't reveal cricketers he wanted ousted from ODI team

The audience won't get to know the names of three cricketers whom M.S. Dhoni wanted to oust from the Indian cricket team at one point, as the makers of "MS Dhoni: The Untold Story" have decided to do away with their mention from the movie.

Sofia Vergara wasted 'tons of money' on accent lessons

Colombian-American actress Sofia Vergara spent a lot of money on speech lessons when she started out in the film industry.

Hope filing FIR for women becomes better, says Big B post 'Pink'

After the recently released film "Pink" brought the functions of the Zero FIR system to light, also highlighting how many women aren't aware of legal procedures that can help them, megastar Amitabh Bachchan says that ministers have given hope that certain changes in law will make the process of filing FIRs easier for women soon.

Priyanka Chopra found it 'weird' to audition for 'Quantico'

Popular Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra says auditioning for TV series "Quantico" was "weird" for her, but she gave it her best shot and landed the lead role.

Shalmali excited about her independent music

Singer Shalmali Kholgade, who has given hit Bollywood songs like "Pareshaan" and "Baby ko bass pasand hai", is excited and nervous about 'my music'.

Richa to make Indian fashion film for Japan

Actress-producer Richa Chadha, who recently attended the Nara International Film Festival in Japan, is looking forward to working on a fashion film project with a Japanese producer.

We'll live up to hype around 'MS Dhoni...': Neeraj Pandey

Neeraj Pandey plans to head out for a "long break" just two days before his latest 'baby', "MS Dhoni: The Untold Story", hits the screens on Friday. He says he is confident that the movie will live up to the hype created by its trailer and promotions.

Tamim first Bangladesh batsman to score 9,000 international runs

Tamim Iqbal has become the first Bangladeshi batsman to score 9,000 runs in all formats combined in international fixtures.

Akshay Kumar salutes policeman for saving woman

Bollywood star Akshay Kumar, who has played a soldier and police officer often on screen, has lauded a Mumbai police constable for saving a woman's life with his swift reaction.

George returns to Karnataka cabinet

 K.J. George on Monday rejoined the Siddaramaiah ministry in Karnataka, over two months after he resigned on July 18 following an FIR against him in the suicide case of a police officer.

Hitachi to launch machineroom-less elevator

 Japanese multinational conglomerate Hitachi and Hitachi Building Systems on Monday announced the launch of a new machineroom-less elevator for Asia and the Middle East on September 30.

Odisha fails to collect Rs 2,754.20cr from industries

The Odisha government has failed to collect about Rs 2,754.20 crore in revenue from the industrial units operating in the state, the Odisha Finance Minister said on Monday.

Amazon ties up with Dharma Productions for digital streaming rights

E-commerce platform Amazon and Dharma Productions on Monday announced a long-term agreement that will make the catalogue of existing as well as upcoming Bollywood movies from the Karan Johar-led banner available on subscription-based streaming service Prime Video India.

'Kumbh of Himalayas' sees over 5 million visitors

Over five million people visited the week-long celebrations of the Naropa festival to mark the 1,000th birth anniversary of great Indian saint Naropa in the 17th century Hemis Monastery in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir, organisers said on Monday.

Tripura unanimously ratifies GST Bill

The Tripura Assembly on Monday unanimously ratified the Constitutional Amendment Bill on Goods and Services Tax (GST).

Arnold Palmer, one of golf's greatest players, dies at 87

Arnold Palmer, one of the greatest and most popular players in the history of golf, has died, according to the US Golf Association. He was 87.
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