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IR 4.0 and 5.0 are on the horizon today. These technologies work on the same medium, wire or wireless, which has taken both China and India forward, like in IR 3.0. India had the additional advantage of having IT and mobile technologies
When a loved one passes away a lot goes through our minds. We have happy memories and many regrets. Perhaps there’s something we should have said or shouldn’t have. Perhaps there’s something we should have done or something we shouldn’t have. No matter how good a relationship we might have shared with the one who passed away, there will always be something we’ll feel bad about, aside from the fact that we won’t be seeing them again, at least not in this life.
The Indian-based firm Indus Net Technologies (INT), is planning to enter the UAE technology market. The firm is a trusted partner of the fastest-growing Enterprises, Agencies, SMEs, and Startups across 20+ countries. Abhishek Rungta, Founder and CEO of Indus
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Glenn Youngkin wants voters in Virginia to hear an urgent message: your children are in danger. In a speech in Northern Virginia’s suburbs last week, the Republican candidate for governor highlighted the murky case of a student who allegedly
The health secretary, Sajid Javid is “leaning towards” making vaccination against COVID-19 a condition of employment for NHS staff. Obviously any NHS staff who fall into the category clinically vulnerable and cannot take the vaccine even if they
It has been a dark day for Facebook, in which a major news organisation — The Atlantic, owned by Steve Jobs’s widow — published the first in a series of what it hopes will be devastating articles about it. On top of that, its now well-known whistleblower,