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Netsol Technology Revives Its Profitability From Losses


Netsol Technology, one of the few leading Pakistani companies with operation in foreign markets, has been successful to revive its profitability from huge losses as it posted a profit of Rs 4.72 million in the closing financial year of 2014-15. The company saw a massive decline in the losses which were recorded at Rs 475 million by the end of ... Read More »

World’s first mass-produced hydrogen-powered car Toyota Mirai introduced


LONDON – World’s first mass-produced hydrogen-powered car Toyota Mirai will be introduced in UK this autumn. It is coming to Britain this autumn, just in time for the opening next month of the UK’s first 24-hour, public hydrogen-refuelling station, just off the M1 near Sheffield. It has taken two decades of research and development to get this state-of-the-art four-door car on to ... Read More »

PTIB developing Restaurant Grading App to ensure wholesome food


ISLAMABAD – A Restaurant Grading App is being developed to ensure availability of safe and wholesome food for human consumption across Punjab province. Punjab Information Technology Board (PIT) is developing the App for Punjab Food Authority (PFA) to help the organisation in inspecting the food quality, process of complaint and other food checking practices. A training of food safety officers is ... Read More »

Google unveils new logo at turning point in company’s history


CALIFORNIA– First they changed their name, now they’ve changed their logo. Google introduced a new sans-serif and slightly toned-down four-colour logo on Tuesday in the biggest redesign since 1999. Google said the new design would soon be seen across all its products. Google’s homepage introduced the redesign with an animation that wiped away the old logo and drew the new one. “Google ... Read More »

Apple, Samsung lose ground in shrinking tablet market

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San Francisco  – Tablet computer sales fell in the second quarter of 2015, with market leaders Apple and Samsung losing ground to other vendors, a survey showed Wednesday.The survey by IDC said tablet sales fell in the April-June period, marking a third consecutive quarter of declining year-over-year sales.Total tablet sales were 44.7 million units, down seven percent from a year ... Read More »

Some Google Street View Cars Now Track Pollution Levels


For years, Google has had eyes in neighborhoods across the world: Google Street View cars armed with cameras, lasers, and GPS devices to filter “360-degree panoramic views” and “locations on all seven continents” to Google Maps. Aclima, a company that designs environmental sensor networks, to equip some Google Street View cars with equipment that allows them to track air pollution in real time. ... Read More »

Factory producing 41,000 fake iPhones in China


Beijing—A factory producing thousands of fake Apple iPhones has been raided and nine suspects detained in a major counterfeit bust by Beijing police. Along with more than 41,000 “iPhones” police found the factory manufactured 66,000 fake ribbon cables with a total value of 120 million yuan (£12.4 million). It is unclear how many counterfeit products were exported overseas, but at least some of the fake smartphones ... Read More »

Robots from 47 countries compete in China for 2015 RoboCup

The 19th annual competition will bring together thousands of contestants from more than 47 different countries and regions to China. Photo: DU YU/XINHUA PRESS/CORBIS

RoboCup – the World Cup for robots is being held in China In China this weekend, tiny robots of all shapes and sizes took to the field in the 19th annual competition, which brings together thousands of contestants from more than 47 different countries and regions. Robots will compete until July 23, when they will crown a RoboCup champion. This ... Read More »

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