• COUPONS
    5 of the Best Free Coupon Apps

    At NerdWallet, we adhere to strict standards of editorial integrity to help you make decisions with confidence. Some of the products we feature are from our partners. Here’s how we make money. For many shoppers, there’s nothing more exciting than getting something on sale and nothing more frustrating than paying full price. Free coupon apps can help you find a […]

  • CLOTHING
    Dear clothing manufacturers – fat women want clothes that fit their curves not bigger versions of your original designs

    Plus-size clothing aren’t always made to fit (Picture: Mmuffin for Metro.co.uk) I love high street clothes shopping. The obsession began from the first rite of passage trip sans-mum with a few fellow 16-year-old friends round the local mall (OK, so it was a tiny Berkshire shopping centre, but Clueless had just come out). Since then, […]

  • COMPUTERS
    EU Expected to Fine Philips, Pioneer, and Asus for Restricting Online Sales of Their Products

    Dutch healthcare technology company Philips and three other companies are expected to be fined by EU antitrust regulators on Tuesday for restricting online sales of their products, two people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. The ruling by the European Commission follows a 17-month investigation as part of its crackdown against curbs on online cross-border sales […]

  • NEWS
    Honor Note 10 to Be Launched Soon After 2 Years of Development: George Zhao

    HIGHLIGHTS The development has been confirmed by Honor President George Zhao Honor Note 9 was skipped last year Pricing and launch details are not available yet Honor is all set to revive its Note series of smartphones after skipping a launch last year. The Huawei-owned brand has now confirmed that the Honor Note 10 is coming soon, after two […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Samsung Expected to See Lacklustre Sales of Premium Galaxy Smartphones

    Samsung Electronics Co is expected to post its smallest profit growth in more than a year in the second quarter, as lacklustre sales of its premium Galaxy smartphones overshadow its highly profitable chip business. Analysts expect Samsung’s smartphone sales to drop in the April-June quarter, following a more than 2 percent drop in the previous quarter […]

  • NEWS
    Chicago Airport Plan Is Just One of Many Elon Musk Dream Projects

    A newly announced project by billionaire innovator Elon Musk for a tunnel transit system that would carry travellers to and from Chicago O’Hare International Airport at up to 150 mph (241 kmph) is just another project on a growing list of Musk dream projects. A look at some of the SpaceX and Tesla CEO’s most ambitious projects, where they stand now […]

  • CLOTHING
    The Sexist History Of No Pockets In Women’s Clothing

    An historical reenactment of medieval bags. Photo: DEA / C. BALOSSINI / Getty When shopping for women’s jeans, how many times have you found yourself disappointed with the pockets of the garment? They are either fake or too small to serve the purpose of being a pocket. As women, we all are also familiar with […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    India inks MoU for cooperation in the field of Electronics and IT

    The Union Cabinet chaired by Indian Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi, in New Delhi on 23 May, approved of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Angola for mutual support in the field of Electronics and Information Technologies. The MoU aims at achieving closer cooperation between the two countries in the areas of e-Governance, Human Resource […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Mirc Electronics, maker of Onida, looks at 20% revenue from non-captive manufacturing in FY19

    Mirc Electronics, the maker of popular household electronic goods under the Onida brand, is looking to get into strategic alliances and eyeing 20 percent turnover from non-captive manufacturing in FY19. In an interaction with Moneycontrol, Vijay Mansukhani, Managing Director, Mirc Electronics, said that the company has been approached by peers for strategic alliances on manufacturing. […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Embroidering electronics into the next generation of “smart” fabrics

    This article was originally published on The Conversation. Archaeology reveals that humans started wearing clothes some 170,000 years ago, very close to the second-to-last ice age. Even now, though, most modern humans wear clothes that are only barely different from those earliest garments. But that’s about to change as flexible electronics are increasingly woven into what are being […]