Wednesday, 28 September, 2022

Topic: Laptops

You lie more for personal gain when using a laptop than a smartphone. Why it matters

Given that the two devices have nearly identical technical capabilities, a vast majority of laptop users — 82 per cent — were much more likely to lie.

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.

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The logo of the Adani Group is seen on the facade of one of its buildings on the outskirts of Ahmedabad | Reuters file photo

From ports to energy transition — Adani Group to invest over $100 billion in next decade

Speaking at Forbes Global CEO Conference in Singapore, Adani said the group intends to do more as a solar player & has earmarked 70% of the investment for the energy transition space.


Parts of Iranian made 'suicide' drone Shahed-136 after being shot down by the Ukrainian military | Reuters

All about Shahed-136, Iran’s ‘kamikaze’ drone that Russia is using to strike Ukraine

Over the past few days, Russia has hit multiple targets using these Iranian-supplied drones—including civilian structures and amenities—leading to the death of several Ukrainians.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

AAP’s filling a big vacuum in Indian politics. Question is how long it can sustain without ideology

If you find admiration for AAP qualified, if not muted among many of the Modi-BJP’s critics, it is because they question it for its lack of ideological clarity. Especially on secularism.