Monday Mar 27, 2023

Infosys is Expected to Roll Out Its Private 5G-as-a-Service Specifically for Enterprise Customers

Infosys, a world leader in next-generation digital consulting and services, recently announced the worldwide release of Private 5G-as-a-Service to enhance business benefits for its enterprise customers. Clients can get a straightforward and adaptable pay-as-you-go service from Infosys’ Private 5G-as-a-Service. Enterprise wireless transmission benefits from wide throughput, reduced latency, and dependable remote access thanks to Infosys’ […]

Taparias’ eyecare business Famy Life tajen over by Viatris for Rs 2,460 crore

As per the press release, Taparia’s eyecare (ophthalmology) business division, Famy Life Sciences, will be purchased by Viatris Inc. (formerly Mylan Labs) for around $300 million in cash. According to a statement from the company, the Taparia family, who had previously controlled Famy Care Group, will keep expanding their non-ophthalmic business after the sale. After […]

Google launches its ChatGPT rival Bard to continue consolidating its hold on the sector

This week, Google announced that it would soon be releasing a chatbot by the name of Bard. The debut looks to be a response to ChatGPT, an AI-powered chatbot that has gained enormous popularity and was created by the startup OpenAI with financing from Microsoft. This shows that Google is not allowing Microsoft or other […]

As Russian Energy Supplies Peak Gas Supplies to Germany Will Stop

European gas prices once again rose to record highs on fears over Russian supply peak. The gas prices have spiked in recent days because of the three-day halt in Russian deliveries to Germany via the Nord Stream 1 continues to approach. The biggest fear is that Moscow will now turn the taps back on afterwards […]

A Whistleblower Says That Twitter Misled Regulators on Spam And Hacker Accounts

A whistleblower complaint has alleged that twitter misled users and authorities about its security against hackers and spam accounts. The whistleblower is Twitter’s former security chief Peter Zatko. Shares of Twitter dropped sharply on Tuesday after the revelation of an explosive whistleblower complaint alleging the social media company misled federal regulators about its defenses against […]

How Hino motors is trying to cope with a growing scandal regarding emissions data

Shares of Japan’s Hino motors Toyota’s truck and bus unit has lumped more than 6%. This after the data falsification scandal widened to small trucks as well. Hino motors president Satoshi said during a transport ministry investigation that there was additional misconduct regarding emissions. It was found that it is affecting more than 76000 vehicles. […]

Australian Banks To Stop Giving Loans For New Diesel And Gasoline Cars

Australia looks to give a new push to electric cars as Australian banks plan to stops giving loans for diesel and gasoline cars as a way to encourage sales of cars that run on alternate fuel.  Australia is trying to encourage the use of electric vehicles and also to catch up with other developed nations. […]

Flow Gets Pre-Launch Valuation Of $1 Billion

Around three years after Adam Neuman stepped down as the CEO of We Work following allegations of mismanagement, toxic work culture and the company’s failed IPO. Neuman’s new venture is creating ripples in the Silicon Valley. The start-up in real estate sector is called Flow, is already been valued at a billion dollars making it […]

Sichuan Power Crisis Hits Production for Apple’s Supplier BOE

Signs of disruption in Apple’s manufacturing are being seen in China’s Apple supplier BOE technology group. BOE group announced it will make adjustments to its operations in Sichuan province in China due to power rationing there in the region. The company said it is in communication with executives and expects there will be no major […]

Business Travel Spending Won’t Hit Pre-Pandemic Level Until 2026

There are still some worrying times ahead for the global travel industry as recovery in global business travel spending to pre-pandemic level is likely to be delayed now by 18 months to 2026. This is because of factors such as persistent inflation, high energy prices, labor shortages and lockdowns in China. This is being said […]

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