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Gmail’s Mobile App Starts Receiving Material Theme Redesign, No Dark Mode in Sight

Google is rolling out a revamped version of Gmail on Android and iOS apps. Gmail had already received a major redesign on the Web in April last year, and it seems like the company is now bringing a reflection of the same user interface to its mobile apps for Android and iOS. Google says the update will be rolled out ... Read More »

Internet Challenges: Who’s Likely to Take Risk?

The “choking game” — and other clearly ill-advised and dangerous internet challenges — leave many parents wondering what drives teens to take the bait and participate. Now, a new study suggests that an underlying psychological disorder may be one reason why some kids jump at online dares such as the “Bird Box” challenge, where people walk around blindfolded, and the ... Read More »

PUBG Mobile Zombies Mode Release Date Is Next Month: Report

The PUBG Mobile zombies mode is slated to be out with the 0.11.0 update. According to a recent video from dataminers, the PUBG Mobile zombies mode release date is due next month. In fact, you can expect the PUBG Mobile zombies mode to hit all users before February 10. This is odd when you consider that zombies mode is a ... Read More »

TCS 3rd most-valued IT services brand globally: Brand Finance

India’s Tata Consultancy Services(TCS) has been ranked third most-valued IT services brand globally in 2018-19, after Accenture and IBM, according to a report by Brand Finance. Four Indian IT services companies — TCS, Infosys, HCL and Wipro — clinched spots in the top-10 global tally. Valued at USD 26.3 billion, Accenture took the title of the world’s most-valued IT services brand. The tag was previously held ... Read More »

Education choice rally fills Capitol rotunda

JEFFERSON CITY – Hundreds of students, parents and school representatives packed the State Capitol Rotunda on Thursday to promote and celebrate student education options. The rally was a part of National School Choice Week. The group National School Choice Week believes parents should be aware of different types of schools that can best meet their child’s educational needs. Kennedy Cooper, a ... Read More »

Tonga faces weeks of internet disruption

People in Tonga could face several weeks without the internet due to a fault in the undersea cable that connects the Pacific nation to the rest of the world. Something went wrong with the fiber-optic cable on Sunday night. Initially it wiped out access to the internet almost entirely, and meant people couldn’t even make international phone calls. A small ... Read More »

PUBG Mobile’s Zombies Mode Will Roll-Out in January 2019 Says Tencent Games

PUBG Mobile’s Zombies Mode Will Roll-Out in January 2019 Says Tencent Games PUBG MOBILE’s 0.10.5 update has finally been rolled out for Android and iOS users. The current update, version 0.10.5, brings some improvements to the loot distribution in Vikendi as well as a new weapon. The Royal Pass season 5 is also live on the servers. The update also ... Read More »

Big telcos hike internet prices amid soaring demand, revenues

Bell, Telus and Shaw are once again raising prices on select plans, after increases in 2018 Dennis Fitt, of Truro, N.S., was unhappy to discover that his internet, TV and phone service with Bell Aliant is going up by $9 next month, as three of the big telcos once again raise their prices on certain internet plans. (Andy Fitt) You can ... Read More »

This week in Houston real estate: Employment numbers, new iBuyer comes to town and more

Texas’ economy continues to hum along, with new numbers from the Texas Workforce Commission and the U.S. Department of Labor showing that 2018 ended on a high note. The state added 38,000 seasonally adjusting nonfarm jobs in December, the comission said in a news release. The state’s unemployment rate remained unchanged from November’s level of 3.7 percent—a 43-year low in the ... Read More »

Real estate options: Where should you invest in 2019?

With scarcely available ready A-grade rent-yielding commercial assets being taken up fast and the housing market no longer offering the kind of returns it did a few years ago, investors are now turning to other options such as warehousing, co-living, co-working spaces and even student housing to get the best bang from the buck. There is a major shift from investors ... Read More »