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Oppo F3 Launched in India at Rs. 19,990: Specifications, Features, Release Date, and More

The Oppo F3 smartphone with dual selfie camera has been launched in the Indian market. The smaller sibling of the Oppo F3 Plus, the new smartphone is priced at Rs. 19,990, and will be up for pre-order from today. The Oppo F3 pre-orders will end on May 12, and the first sale will be on May 13. In terms of ... Read More »

From Gillard to Gonski 2.0: the twists and turns of education funding explained

David Gonski and Malcolm Turnbull announce ‘Gonski 2.0’ on Tuesday. Photograph: Joel Carrett/AAP From the Gillard government’s six-year needs-based school funding agreements to Malcolm Turnbull’s Gonski 2.0: how has the federal government proposed changing the funding of schools? How much is the federal government spending on schools? Canberra will spend $17.5bn this year on schools. With increases every year between ... Read More »

Reliance Jio New Prepaid Plans and Postpaid Tariffs Revealed: What’s Changed

Reliance Jio has updated its prepaid and postpaid plans to give Jio Prime users data benefits till June-end. For a while now, Reliance Jio had only listed three prepaid plans on its website, but the company has updated its website to bring back postpaid and prepaid plans at the same prices as before, but with more data. As before, Jio ... Read More »

Diet Pills, Apt Diet, and Exercise – Trinity of Perfect Health

Gone are the days when humans used to have parcel of physical work and they used to sweat us consistently. Today however the mental sweating is far more than yesteryears, physical sweating is by all accounts a relic of times gone by and unless we hit rec centers we are unable to locate any physical activity in our day to ... Read More »

Sale of Daniel and Danielle Besen’s Flinders weekender confirmed for just under $20m

THE lavish beachside mansion of Daniel and Danielle Besen has officially sold, for an eye-watering figure just shy of its $20 million price expectations. The seven-bedroom Miramar in Flinders went under offer in early March, shortly after its expressions of interest campaign ended. But the Herald Sun understands the sale was only recently finalised, with an international buyer paying about ... Read More »

Inside Netflix we reveal how brain scans and bots help shows go from lens to your living room

Netflix first launched in the UK in 2012 and, along with catch-up services like BBC iPlayer and streaming rivals like Amazon Prime, has completely transformed the way we watch television. WIRED was invited along to the firm’s recent Netflix Labs Day at its Los Gatos headquarters in the heart of Silicon Valley for the global release of Marvel’s Iron Fist ... Read More »

Starbucks to test mobile order and pay-only store at headquarters

Getty Images Starbucks’ Adam Brotman demonstrates mobile order and pay on the the company’s app during the Starbucks annual shareholders meeting. Starbucks will open a dedicated mobile order and pay store next week in its Seattle headquarters building as it tests how to best serve convenience-oriented customers, the company said in a letter to employees on Thursday. The coffee chain ... Read More »

The week ahead in business and finance

Ladbrokes Coral will publish its  maiden full-year results as a newly merged group on Tuesday Monday March 27 Full-year results:Eleco, Bank of Cyprus Holdings, Inspired Energy, X5 Retail Group Interim results: You Gov Trading update: Toople Economics: GfK consumer climate (GER), private loans y/y (EU), M3 money supply y/y (EU) Tuesday March 28 In its maiden full-year results as a ... Read More »

Greening announces merger of education and skills funding

Education secretary Justine Greening The new, single funding body will be called the Education and Skills Funding Agency. It will be part of the Department for Education and start to operate from next month. The new agency will continue to carry out the roles of the Education and Funding Agency and the Skills Funding Agency and consequently it will be ... Read More »

Bored? No way. Ditching technology makes life complicated and beautiful

‘Gathering and chopping wood is more of a practical meditation than a chore.’ Illustration: Kirsty Alston Saturday 25 March 2017 05.00 EDTLast modified on Saturday 25 March 2017 05.02 EDT We are walking eyes half-open, half-asleep into a techno-dystopia even George Orwell couldn’t imagine. 1984 is starting to look primitive compared to what’s in store for us. Sex robots could soon make ... Read More »