• COMPUTERS
    TZANEEN: Chaos and frustration as GTM computers seized by sheriff

    Goods to the value of over R2 million were seized by the Letaba sheriff today, August 24. Six computers, three television screens and a scanner were seized in today’s seizure. Photo: Blake Linder Six computers (including screens, keyboards etc.), three plasma television screens, a scanner, an Isuzu bakkie and a Toyota Quantum were all seized […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Salzer Electronics targets revenue of Rs 1,000 cr by 2021

    Salzer Electronics, engaged in manufacturing of wide range of electrical products, today said it is looking at 15 percent CAGR growth and intends to emerge as Rs 1,000 crore company by 2021, following global technology alliances and enhance the proportion of value-added products. “We expect Rs 430 crore turnover by FY 18, Rs 520 crore […]

  • NEWS
    Sports world stunned by Usain Bolt’s injury-plagued finale

    Usain Bolt fell to the track during the anchor leg of the men’s 4×100-meter final Saturday, the final race of his historic career. Richard Heathcote/Getty Images This wasn’t how anyone likely expected Usain Bolt’s last competitive race to end. While running the anchor leg for Jamaica in the men’s 4×100-meter final Saturday at the world championships, […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Consumer electronics co Jawbone’s demise a case of ‘death by overfunding’ in Silicon Valley

    Consumer electronics company Jawbone had more than enough money to take on Fitbit and other health-tracking devices in the “wearables” market. (File Photo) Consumer electronics company Jawbone had more than enough money to take on Fitbit and other health-tracking devices in the “wearables” market. That may have ended up being its biggest problem. Top-tier venture […]

  • M&S profits dive by nearly two-thirds as clothing sales slide

    M&S clothing and homewares sales fell by 5.9% in the first quarter. Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters Marks & Spencer has reported a 64% drop in annual profits to £176.4m as weak clothing sales were compounded by more than £400m of restructuring costs relating to the new chief executive’s turnaround plan. Chief executive Steve Rowe insisted the […]

  • COMPUTERS
    Computers learn to understand humans better by modelling them

    The picture shows how ABC-driven parameters lead to more accurate predictions of user behavior. Credit: Aalto University Computers are able to learn to explain the behavior of individuals by tracking their glances and movements. Researchers from Aalto University, University of Birmingham and University of Oslo present results paving the way for computers to learn psychologically […]

  • HOME & GARDEN
    Modern Comfort and Luxury at apartment Designed by Interjero Architektura

    Luxurious and modern, two storey apartment located in Vilnius, Lithuania designed by architectural studioInterjero Architektūra. The sparse design features exquisite materials palette (marble, wood, leather and rich textures), a decor combination between modern comfort and luxury and characteristic color combinations alternating bold dark and tranquil lights. The first floor features open plan kitchen and living […]

  • CLOTHING
    Womyn’s Coalition fights fast fashion by trading clothes

    Photo by Marcella Baietto | The State PressStudent looking through donated clothing at the Earth Day Clothing Exchange at the terrace of Engrained in the MU on ASU’s Tempe campus on April 18, 2017. By Karisma Sandoval | 16 minutes ago In an effort to promote sustainable fashion, the Womyn’s Coalition hosted a recycled clothing event on […]

  • CLOTHING
    Syrian schoolgirl arrested by religious police for ‘inappropriate clothing’ freed after classmate protest

    Syrian children walk to school in Idlib city during a brief ceasefire in September 2015 Reuters A young Syrian girl and her father, arrested by religious police in Idlib province, have been freed after vociferious protests from her classmates. Several male members of Idlib’s al-Hisba, or religious police, reportedly visited al-Orouba School for Girls without […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    New Curved Phone Over $1,000 Announced by Samsung

    Samsung has thrown the smartphone buying public a curve. Cost conscious entrepreneurs won’t be picking this phone, costing over $1,000 and not available outside South Korea. But perhaps it will teach us all something about innovation. The aptly named new Samsung Galaxy Round has a 5.7-inch display with 1080 pixel resolution, the same as the recently […]