Microsoft announces HoloLens 2 launch later this month

Microsoft has recently teases its HoloLens 2 launch at Mobile World Congress later this month. Alex Kipman, Microsoft’s technical fellow and HoloLens creator, has published a 42-second video teaser for the company’s press event on February 24th. The video shows what appears to be a processor and possibly some carbon fiber hints. Microsoft is holding its press event on […]

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Bankrupt energy companies can’t abandon old wells, Supreme Court rules

The Supreme Court of Canada says the trustee for a bankrupt Alberta energy company cannot simply walk away from unprofitable wells on agricultural land without having to clean up. The high court’s 5-2 ruling comes with a recommendation from Chief Justice Richard Wagner for Parliament to clarify the confusion between the federal bankruptcy law and the regulations […]

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Dell returns to public stock market after a long time

Dell has recently returned to the public market on Friday after a long gap which started when CEO and founder Michael Dell took the declining company private in 2013 through a $25 billion buyout with Silver Lake. The next five years saw Dell make gains in cloud computing and the enterprise, and the company’s gaming […]

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Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot and Deputy CM Sachin Pilot took oath

Ashok Gehlot as Chief Minister and Sachin Pilot as Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot of Rajasthan take their oath on Monday, 17 December, at Jaipur’s Albert Hall. Rajasthan Governor Kalyan Singh administered the oath ceremony of office to Gehlot and Pilot in the presence of Congress President Rahul Gandhi and former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.. […]

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US adds more sanctions on Russian election hackers and troll farm

The US Department of the Treasury has recently issued a new sanctions against Russian nationals who allegedly attempted to interfere with US elections. Today’s sanctions target 15 military intelligence operatives for a range of activities, including nine who were indicted this summerin connection with the Democratic National Committee hack in 2016. It also sanctions people and entities […]

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Canada arrests Huawei CFO on suspicion of violating Iran sanctions

Canada has recently arrested the chief financial officer of Huawei on suspicion of violating US sanctions against Iran, according to The Globe and Mail. The CFO, Meng Wanzhou, was arrested in Vancouver on Saturday at the request of US law enforcement and is facing extradition to the US. It’s an extremely high-profile arrest, the first major […]

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3 Astronauts set to launch to space station on Monday

Three space travellers, including two astronauts on their first flight, are scheduled to launch to the International Space Station (ISS) on Monday for a six-and-a-half month mission, NASA said. The launch comes less than two months after a booster failure forced a Soyuz spacecraft carrying Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin and US astronaut Nick Hague to […]

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Kartarpur corridor is no security challenge said BSF DG

BSF Director General Rajni Kant Mishra on Friday said in his statement that the Kartarpur road corridor between India and Pakistan will not be a security challenge for the force as it has already been handling Wagah-Attari International Border (IB) that witnesses cross over of lots of people. Mishra made the remarks while speaking to […]

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Google settled a racial discrimination complaint brought by a contractor

Google has recently settled a racial discrimination claim brought by a contractor who says that the company failed to adequately protect him from being “treated as a terror suspect,” while on the job for Google Maps, reports The Guardian. The Guardian says that Google retracted a contract offered to contractor, after he complained about being racially harassed on […]

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