• Sun. Oct 24th ,2021

Sumit Horo

Millions of 4G smartphone users in UK may be entitled to £480m payout

According to credible sources, over 29 million smartphone owners in the UK are might to be entitled for a redress of up to £30 each from America

Tech giant Huawei releases new foldable smartphone amidst US crackdown

Chinese technology major, Huawei Technologies, has reportedly launched a new foldable smartphone, the Mate X2, which apparently comes as a part of its

Researchers identify over 30,000 Macs affected by a sleeper malware

The popular conception that computers manufactured by Silicon Valley technology giant, Apple Inc., are mostly immune to malware is apparently on the v

Robinhood faces lawsuits after restricting GameStop stock trading

Dozens of lawsuits have reportedly been filed against stock-trading and investing app, Robinhood, following its decision to restrict several stocks th

Leading innovator Xech unveils first stethoscope sterilizer in India

XECH, one of India’s most prominent innovator brands, has reportedly announced the launch of its unique, innovative stethoscope sterilizer, XECH

Apple partners with TSMC to develop ultra-thin display for AR devices

American, technology giant Apple Inc., is reportedly collaborating with Taiwanese semiconductor company, TSMC, to jointly develop next generation ultr

Japanese semiconductor firm Renesas to acquire Dialog Semi for $5.9B

Japanese semiconductor manufacturer Renesas Electronics Corporation and UK based Dialog Semiconductor have reportedly stated on Monday, February 08, 2

ShareChat’s Moj joins forces with Snap to improve its camera lenses

Moj, a short-video app of Indian social media & networking service ShareChat, has collaborated with Snapchat operator, Snap Inc., to incorporate t

Indian firm Dixon vouches for local manufacturing as stock rises 824%

Around three decades ago, Sunil Vachani, founder of Dixon Technologies, had borrowed $35,000 to start manufacturing 14-inch television sets out of a r