‘Don’t go near the hog roast’: Loyle Carner’s festival food tips

May 7, 2019

‘I’m not an advocate for drugs, I’m an advocate for pink Himalayan salt’: Loyle Carner. Photograph: Amit Lennon Do drink water ffs “You need it! You’re not gonna survive without it. Maybe get a Dioralyte in there, too, or a Berocca – they’re also great things to have, just to keep you going. And always […]

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The Untold Story Of What Happened To Serial Killer Ted Bundy’s Daughter Rose

May 6, 2019

Zac Efron’s new Netflix movie, Extremely, Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile aired last week, and audiences were gripped with the true crime tale of serial killer Ted Bundy. With the release, viewers are begging for answers to certain aspects of Bundy’s life – the most pressing, what happened to Elizabeth Kloepfer and her daughter Molly? There’s very little […]

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Tinder’s new mode to help you find dates for upcoming festivals

May 6, 2019

While Spring Break mode was reserved for college swipers using Tinder U, a version of the app restricted to those who have a university email address, Festival Mode is for all users. Tinder’s new mode to help you find dates for festivals  |  Photo Credit: AFP As of May 1, Tinder will help you find your […]

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‘India’s top 100 unicorns will have more software companies than China’

May 5, 2019

Hans Tung, a highprofile investor ranked seventh on the Forbes’ ‘Midas List 2019’, has been tracking India closely, discussing early proposals with entrepreneurs to back Indian startups. The 48-year-old managing partner at venture firm GGV Capital had spotted companies such as ByteDance, Slack, Didi Chuxing, Wish, and Lime, among other unicorns. He thinks India will have […]

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WINDOWS 10 WILL SOON GET ROUNDED CORNERS

May 5, 2019

It looks like Windows 10 will soon be getting a minor design change in the form of rounded corners. Zac Bowden, Senior Editor at Windows Central tweeted a screenshot of an early version of Windows 10, namely the 20H1 preview build. Judging by the replies to the tweet, it seems like many of the users […]

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Gas Station Software Vulnerable To Hacking

May 3, 2019

Homeland Security’s cybersecurity agency has issued an advisory about a popular gas station software that has flaws, making it highly vulnerable to hacking. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) gave the Orpak SiteOmat software a vulnerability severity rating of 9.8 out of 10, revealing that it has several security vulnerabilities that require “low skill” to exploit. Some of the flaws […]

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JSW Group enters paints business; eyes Rs 2,000 crore revenue by FY22

May 3, 2019

Conglomerate JSW Group has entered the paints segment with JSW Paints, thus diversifying into the consumer-facing business. With this launch, the group aims to make a comprehensive offering for homes through steel, cement, furniture and now paints. The company plans to first launch its paints business in the south and west by September 2019 and […]

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Analjit Singh offers exit to Max shareholders, plans new businesses

April 30, 2019

NEW DELHI: Analjit Singh’s Max India Ltd Monday said it would offer an exit opportunity to public shareholders as the company plans to enter new businesses after selling its hospitals and health insurance arms. Max India is currently in the midst of selling a 51% stake in its health insurance joint venture, Max Bupa, to private equity firm […]

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Unique Summer Arts And Crafts Festivals For The Whole Family

April 30, 2019

There are so many reasons to plan an inspiring visit to an arts and crafts festival this summer. Whether your gang is drawn to traditional crafts, interested in quirky science projects or includes a budding artist, there’s a unique fair out there to suit your tastes. Displaying wares from area artisans and offering events and regional […]

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Why we love our math software

April 29, 2019

Math gets a bad reputation for no good reason. After all, it’s a universal language and it applies to so many areas of life. Learning math can be challenging, and teaching it can be equally challenging. But tools like math software can help educators make the topic more palatable and relatable for students. We asked […]

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