Month: October 2018

India’s No.1 online Poker

The skill and expertise of Playing Poker online needs experience and also involves a combination of decision making and mathematics skills.Poker players gain an understanding to concentrate more keenly on the opponents’ betting patterns, opponents’reaction time, their speed, waiting for the big blind and the beginners’ tells. Efficient online players

Blockchain Startup Hires Away Google’s Messaging Tech Leader

Blockchain technology startup Ripple Labs confirmed to Reuters on Friday that it hired Amir Sarhangi, who had been leading Google’s rollout of a new wireless messaging system, as vice president of products. San Francisco-based Ripple, which is among the most well known startups trying to capitalise on the technology that underpins cryptocurrencies, said it

IBM to Buy Red Hat for $34 Billion, Its Biggest Acquisition to Date

IBM Corp said on Sunday it had agreed to acquire US software company Red Hat for $34 billion (roughly Rs. 2.5 lakh crores), including debt, as it seeks to diversify its technology hardware and consulting business into higher-margin products and services. The transaction is by far IBM’s biggest acquisition. It underscores IBM Chief Executive

AMD Revenue Forecast Disappoints as Crypto Demand Subsides

Advanced Micro Devices on Wednesday forecast fourth-quarter revenue below estimates as the chipmaker faces dwindling demand from cryptocurrency miners for its high-margin graphic processors and excess inventory, sending its shares down 22 percent. AMD shares, which have more than doubled this year, were trading at $17.84 (roughly  Rs.1,300) after the bell.

Panasonic Eluga Z1, Eluga Z1 Pro With Dual Rear Cameras, Front Flash Launched in India: Price, Specifications

Panasonic on Wednesday launched two new smartphones in India – the Eluga Z1 and Eluga Z1 Pro. Both smartphones are identical to each other in terms of design and specifications, with the only difference being the higher amount of RAM and inbuilt storage on the Pro model. Both also come preloaded with Microsoft’s SwiftKey keyboard, which

Essential Products Confirms Layoffs, Said to Be About 30 Percent of Employees

Essential Products, the entity founded by Andy Rubin – considered the father of Android – has reportedly cut about 30 percent of its employees. The company broughtthe Essential Phone as its first product back in May last year — a little over one and a half year after being established in November 2015. Rubin was quite ambitious about