In January, the US electric-car maker incorporated Tesla Motors India and Energy Private Ltd with its registered office in Bengaluru
The reflation trade continued on Friday as rising interest rates spurred investors to sell technology stocks and buy cyclical stocks.
There was a time when LG would boast to be one of if not the first in line to put out a new phone with the latest Android version or at least update its existing products as soon as possible. The company seems to be having a little of bit trouble catching up these days, as many of its latest … Continue reading
(NIH/National Eye Institute) A team led by scientists at the National Eye Institute (NEI) has noninvasively visualized the light-sensing cells in the back of the eye, known as photoreceptors, in greater detail than ever before. Published in Optica, the researchers report how they improved imaging resolution by a third by selectively blocking the light used to image the eye.
The top finance stories for March 10, including the latest news on the lead up to Roblox's direct listing.
iQoo's upcoming flagship phone, the Neo 5, will be unveiled on March 16 in China. The specs of the same are out now.
Take that, rootkits and other low-level nasties - if they take a crack at fresh VMs, on certain instance types under a handful of OSes Microsoft has revealed that its Azure IaaS platform now offers free a virtual trusted platform module.…
SpaceX’s somewhat controversial Starlink satellite constellation aims to bring high-speed Internet to places that traditional cables and radio waves don’t always reach. It seems that it doesn’t just apply to remote areas but also to moving vehicles that don’t always get the best Internet connectivity. In line with that grand goal, SpaceX is asking the FCC for permission to deploy … Continue reading
TLDR: The Uperfect 15.6″ Portable Monitor is an on-the-go second screen that brings HD-quality video when connected to a smartphone, laptop and more. Second screens always come in handy, especially when the first screen is a little on the small side. You can practically feel your eyeballs scrunching up and your vision deteriorating as you hold a phone screen inches from your face while you play a game or try to get some work done on that minuscule canvas. Instead, users can have a ready-to-go second screen on the fly whenever it’s needed with the Uperfect 15.6-inch Portable Monitor ($197.99,… This story continues at The Next Web
The billionaire has built a wealth of products other than Tesla cars, SpaceX rockets and big holes underground.
(University of Nottingham) Researchers have developed a new quantum version of a 150-year-old thermodynamical thought experiment that could pave the way for the development of quantum heat engines.
From a smuggling ring in China to a purported biotech exec in Washington State, bad actors are hawking fake coronavirus vaccines and treatments.
Online therapy is becoming increasingly popular, so check out our picks of the best therapy apps to get the support you need, whatever you're going through.
Microsoft is testing out a new feature that allows Edge users to resize the vertical tabs panel in its browser.
The world’s most forbidding deserts could be the best places on Earth for harvesting solar power – the most abundant and clean source of energy we have. Deserts are spacious, relatively flat, rich in silicon – the raw material for the semiconductors from which solar cells are made — and never short of sunlight. In fact, the ten largest solar plants around the world are all located in deserts or dry regions. Researchers imagine it might be possible to transform the world’s largest desert, the Sahara, into a giant solar farm, capable of meeting four times the world’s current energy… This story continues at The Next Web
According to two bankers in the know, the sudden optimism stems from the fact that non-banks are also expecting a healthy loan growth, at least in retail loans.As on 29 January 2021, banks have loaned ₹8.85 trillion to NBFCs, up 6.6% from the same period last year
Our top stories this week look at the inner workings of Asia's largest global producer of live sports, the dark side of “buy now, pay later,” and Sleek’s new management team.
The royal family is speaking out as health officials have voiced concerns over lower take-up among ethnic minority communities.
Poet Paul Muldoon has revealed how Sir Paul McCartney managed to fool him with a prank phone call impersonating then-US president Donald Trump.The Irish writer has collaborated with the Beatles star on his forthcoming book The Lyrics: 1956 To The Present, interviewing the music legend multiple times over the past few years.During an interview on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Muldoon recalled: “Shortly after I met [Paul McCartney], I had a phone call from – of all people – Donald Trump, asking me to come down to Washington to act as his poetry zsar for the next four years.“This would have been in 2016. And, of course, I was rather taken aback.”Muldoon continued: “And it turned out, needless to say, that this was Paul McCartney doing an extremely good impression.”He added: “Paul McCartney is a very serious person but he’s very far from being a solemn person. He’s a great believer in fun.“This is absolutely clear from his catalogue, if we may describe it as such. He’s more inclined to see the upside of things and to be joyous, rather than anything else.”During Trump’s four-year presidency, Paul McCartney was among the then-US leader’s many famous critics, most notably because of his attitude towards climate change.He previously told the Evening Standard: “Normally I go along taking notice of politics but not really feeling I have to get involved.“But when Trump said climate change was a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese, I just thought: ‘Woah, wait a minute. That’s a leader of one of the most powerful countries in the world… That just sounds like a mad man. Just like mad talk.’”Sir Paul’s 2018 album Egypt Station features a song taking aim at Trump, on which he’s heard singing: “Despite repeated warnings of dangers up ahead, the captain won’t be listening to what’s been said.”He also sings: “Those who shout the loudest, may not always be the smartest.”READ MORE:Paul McCartney Reveals The Label He 'Hated' From His Beatles DaysJames Corden Roasts Trump With Musical Coronavirus Parody, Maybe I'm ImmuneDave Grohl Says Taylor Swift Saved Him At Paul McCartney's Party
With an enterprise value of around $8 billion; the transaction is expected to close in the second quarter of 2021, subject to customary closing conditions, the companies said .ReNew Power is raising funds through asset sales and plans to set up a 2 GW cell and module manufacturing facility in India