March 27, 17
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Do You Need to Buy an Industrial Blender?

Many businesses need to use industrial blenders for a wide variety of tasks. Many different industries employ the use of industrial blenders. There may come a time in the future where you find that you are in need of an industrial blender because your old one has bitten the dust. If this is the case, you should not rush into ... Read More »

Carrying a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on a Flight? Be Ready to Face Fine

Airline passengers who try to carry Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on flights will have them confiscated and may face fines under an emergency US order that significantly expands restrictions on the devices linked to almost 100 incidents of overheating and fires. The devices won’t be allowed aboard passenger or cargo aircraft even if they’ve been shut off, the Pipeline ... Read More »

Yahoo Restores Automatic Email Forwarding After Brief Outage

Yahoo says it has restored automatic email forwarding after a brief outage sent a flutter of indignation across the internet. Yahoo Mail executive Michael Albers says in a statement the feature had been disabled as Yahoo upgraded its platform. News of the outage , first reported by The Associated Press, came following Yahoo’s announcementthat millions accounts had been compromised by ... Read More »

PayPal Founder Raises $100 Million for New Payments Startup ‘Affirm’

Affirm, a startup led by PayPal co-founder Max Levchin, said Thursday it secured $100 million (roughly Rs. 667 crores) in financing to expand its consumer lending business that aims to disrupt the credit card industry. The financial tech company said it had obtained the line of credit from investment bank Morgan Stanley. That brings Affirm’s financing to over $400 million (roughly ... Read More »

Your Website Needs a Live Chat Made for Car Dealers


A new generation of consumers is starting to buy cars, and they have been long awaited by the industry. For years, critics believed that record low numbers of young people with driver’s licenses and car ownership meant that Millennials were going to drive big new changes in transportation. As it turns out, as with many other hallmarks of adulthood such ... Read More »

Microsoft Releases Fix for Users Affected by Windows 10 Cumulative Update Issue

Last week, Microsoft released Cumulative Update KB3194496 for users running Windows 10 Anniversary Update (version 1067), and, this caused problems for some users – trapping them in a loop after the installation failed. The issue only affected those who were previously on the Windows Insider Program before migrating the the public branch earlier this year, as well as some users ... Read More »

Apple Is Said to Plan Improved Cloud Services by Unifying Teams

Apple Inc. plans to unify its separate Internet services groups into a single campus to better compete with Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Inc. in the cloud, according to people familiar with the plans. Apple cloud services teams run by executive Eddy Cue, including Siri, Maps, iCloud, Apple Pay, Apple News and parts of iTunes and Apple Music, will move ... Read More »

Gurgaon Police to Soon Launch Women’s Safety App

Police Commissioner Sandeep Khirwar said on Saturday that the Gurgaon Police will soon launch a new app for the safety of women in Gurgaon. The senior police officer was addressing a workshop titled “Making Women Safe in Public and Work Places”, organised by citizen group ‘Gurgaon First’. Khirwar pointed out that adequate street lights and city bus service are the ... Read More »