Tuesday, 17 May, 2022
TopicLaptops

Topic: Laptops

How often does Nandan Nilekani check his email? A new book tells you about addiction

In 'The Art of Bitfulness’ Nandan Nilekani and Tanuj Bhojwani explore new strategies to reclaim our time, privacy and attention from our many devices.

Intel shows off new 12th gen laptop & graphics chips, ups effort to take on rivals

Intel announced 28 new Core mobile processors models that are as much as 40% faster than their predecessors. Its new graphics chips will be used in upcoming machines aimed at gamers.

Manufacturing laptops and tablets locally a $100bn opportunity for India, report says

Report by India Cellular & Electronics Association and Ernst & Young says India can generate $100 bn manufacturing value by 2025, lists ways through which it can be achieved.

Move over Apple, these new laptops are taking over your sales

Mac-loyal warriors around the world are increasingly being seduced by lighter, sleeker, sexier, and more powerful laptops.

On Camera

YourTurn

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi at the party's Nav Sankalp Chintan Shivir in Udaipur, on 15 May 2022 | Twitter/@ANI

Rahul Gandhi must clear his position on Congress leadership. Chintan Shivirs won’t help

If a 137-year-old party is still discussing its foundational ideas and core ideology, and can’t have everyone on board, the road ahead seems rocky.

Bad timing could hamper LIC IPO

Most early public enterprise IPOs have been trading 75% below their original price, small investors concerned.

Defence

Representational image of army personnel in Ladakh | ANI

India ‘doesn’t foresee’ border fighting with China, but ‘won’t back down’ if tensions reignite

Aim is to ensure not just disengagement of troops, but overall de-escalation. Govt in favour of solving tensions through talks as it wants peace with all neighbours including China.

How Congress is like the Ambassador & why Indian politics needs a brand new set of wheels

Like the car, nothing the party has done to reinvent itself has worked. Only way forward is to offer something looking towards the future, not in image of glorious past.
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