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Women In Real Estate: It’s Time To Break The Glass Ceiling

Woman have been selling houses for some time, but are just beginning to occupy seats at the top levels of the profession. GETTY Just think: when the National Association of Realtors (NAR) was founded in 1908, its membership was entirely male. The first woman joined NAR in 1910, but women struggled for the next half century to serve on real estate boards. Today, the ... Read More »

Dropbox brings its simple mobile search to the desktop

Dropbox has given its search function for desktop a much-needed boost by making it more like its mobile app counterpart. Now, when you tap on the little Dropbox icon sitting on Windows’ system tray or Mac’s menu bar, you’ll find a search bar where you can type in your query. Its results will include not just the files synced and saved ... Read More »

Google picks its Chicago office to house finance hub

CHICAGO — Google officials say the company has selected Chicago as its new finance division hub with plans to have the capacity to double its workforce in the city by the end of the year. The Chicago announcement Friday is part of Google’s national expansion plan . The California company said Wednesday that it plans to invest more than $13 billion this ... Read More »

Huawei Mate 20 shows off its waterdrop-styled notch in press images

It seems that there’s not much mystery left in Huawei’s October 16 event as we’ve come across most of the key specs, features, design and even prices of the Mate 20 Pro. The regular Mate 20, however, has remained overshadowed by its more premium sibling in more than one way and it’s only now that we finally get to see it in full. According to the source of ... Read More »

Trump, Obama Lose Followers as Twitter Sanitises Its Platform

HIGHLIGHTS US President Donald Trump lost 100,000 of his 53.4 million followers Barack Obama lost about 400,000 followers “Accuracy and transparency make Twitter a more trusted service” US President Donald Trump lost about 100,000 of his 53.4 million followers and former President Barack Obama lost about 400,000 as Twitter began removing locked accounts – which are disabled owing to suspicious activity – to ... Read More »

Facebook Expands Its Controversial Pilot to Combat Revenge Porn to More Countries

HIGHLIGHTS The pilot was first started in Australia last November It is now expanding to Canada, the UK, and the US Tool would help prevent revenge porn uploads: Facebook Facebook is expanding its pilot programme to combat revenge porn on its platforms. First started in Australia last November, the pilot programme is now expanding to Canada, the UK, and the US. To ... Read More »

OnePlus 6 Alert Slider Gets Its Old Functionality Back, Removes Do Not Disturb

OnePlus launched its latest flagship – the OnePlus 6 – at an event in London last night. The smartphone comes with a dual vertical camera setup, a notch display, glass back, and much more. Among the many new features, one notable addition that got us excited is the improvement of the Alert Slider. The Alert Slider was introduced on the OnePlus 2, and gave users ... Read More »

Nokia to Launch Its Next Android Smartphones on February 25, Ahead of MWC 2018

HMD Global is set to launch its latest Nokia smartphones running on Android, on February 25, just ahead of MWC 2018. The company has sent invites for the launch event that will be held in Barcelona, which is also the host city for the mobile trade show. The invitation follows a teaser by HMD Global’s Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas on Thursday, when he ... Read More »

Nissan Sells Its 300,000th Nissan Leaf Globally Since 2010

Highlights The first gen Nissan Leaf was introduced in 2010 The electric Leaf is the world’s first mass-produced electric car Nissan launched the second generation Leaf last year in September Nissan announced that the company has sold its 300,000th Nissan Leaf globally since the model first went on sale in 2010. The 100% electric Leaf is the world’s first mass-produced ... Read More »

‘It’s draconian’: Employees’ associations slam social media gag

Representational Pic The government order restricting use of social media by its employees is a political move to choke J&K’s entire population of more than 30 lakh souls, various employees’ associations said on Thursday, and vowed to fight the “diktat” legally. “There are already conduct rules for the employees, which make it clear that an employee can’t indulge in political ... Read More »