Author Archives: Loknath Das

Google Must Improve Sales, Distribution for New Pixel Devices: Forrester

As Google prepares to launch flagship devices Pixel 2and Pixel 2 XL, the new devices can only compete with the other premium Android handsets if Google invests further in improving sales and marketing, an expert said on Tuesday. “Google’s positioning in the smartphone space is still unclear and there is a good reason for that: it can’t compete too directly with handset brands using Read More

OnePlus 5 Now Receiving OxygenOS 4.5.11 Update With Fix for YouTube Video Bug and More

HIGHLIGHTS The update is rolling out on incremental basis Monthly Android security patch for September tagged with update The update fixes display issue with some UI elements OnePlus has now started rolling out the OxygenOS 4.5.11 update to its flagship OnePlus 5 smartphone, and the latest version brings along several bug fixes and performance improvements to the handset. Among the several changes that Read More

Microsoft Apps Give Business Users Flexibility Across PCs and Mobile Devices

Your smartphone gives you access to your small business when you are outside of the office. But when it comes to doing actual work, it leaves much to be desired. Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has just announced two apps to let you continue working on your PC if you happen to initiate them on your iOS or Android device. Microsoft Edge and Launcher Apps Read More

Is dark chocolate healthy?

(CNN)Yes, dark chocolate has compounds that offer health benefits and can be enjoyed without guilt, even on a daily basis. But the portion size matters, since too many bites can contribute extra fat, sugar and calories and negate its health benefits. Is coffee healthy? Dark chocolate is rich in cocoa solids, which contain compounds known as flavanols. At high levels, Read More

Choose A Healthy Lifestyle To Be Active At Work

  Yes, it cannot be reiterated enough. A disciplined and healthy lifestyle is very beneficial in maintaining mental health. An adequate sleep, a proper diet, staying away from substances, and regular physical exercise would help us stay physically as well as mentally fit The theme of this years’ World Mental Health Day marked on 10th of October each year is Read More

IMPACTing education

Students in the new cohort of the Project IMPACT program (kneeling) are joined by their mentors and Rowan University administrators who lead the initiative. When he is struggling with a difficult class or having a challenging day, Marcus King thinks of a single word: Doctor. “That’s the goal,” King, a sophomore health and physical education major, says simply. Given his Read More

What startup entrepreneurs should learn from sports

Cricket and IPL need no introduction to the cricket-crazy nation- India. It’s said, this game and especially its domestic limited overs game, popularly known as Indian Premier League (IPL), rule over a billion hearts and minds in the subcontinent. In the past few years, the culture of startups has gained popularity, parallel to IPL though not at the same scale, Read More

How a Healthy Lifestyle Can Reduce Pain For Those With Multiple Sclerosis

  Taking part in regular exercise is one way the multiple sclerosis sufferers can help reduce their pain. (Photo courtesy: AFP Relaxnews/ klohka/ New research has shown how a healthy lifestyle of eating well, regular exercise, and no smoking can help reduce pain in people with multiple sclerosis. An estimated 2.5 million people worldwide have multiple sclerosis (MS), a Read More

The GOP says its business tax plan will help workers and small businesses. It won’t.

To understand the business tax provisions in the Trump tax proposals, begin with F. Scott Fitzgerald’s insight that the rich are different from you and me — they have more money. In particular, they have more capital. (Ever polite, economists call piles of money that have been invested “capital.”) Business tax reform really is an exercise in how we should tax Read More

In hurricanes’ aftermath, technology eases return to school

FILE – In this Aug. 29, 2017, aerial photo, floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey surround an apartment complex in Houston. The same technology that connected students and teachers in the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey and Irma is easing their transition back to class. That technology includes smartphone exchanges, social media, messaging apps and websites. (Brett Coomer/Houston Chronicle via AP, File) Read More