By Reynold Mascarenhas Sep. 17, 2019
Technology The Nation Wants to Know: Who Created the Aarogya Setu App?
The Aarogya Setu app was considered vital for India to fight the coronavirus. But who created it and how was it created? The Ministry of Electronics, National Informatics Centre, and National e-Governance Division apparently have no answers.Add to list
Technology It’s Not a Bugatti, It’s Not a Ferrari. This is the Fastest Car on Earth
At 508 kmph, the reptilian SSC Tuatara hypercar owned by an American automaker is the fastest car on the planet. That’s the speed that most planes achieve during a take-off.Add to list
Technology The New iPhone 12 Has Already Managed to Piss Off People. How Does Apple Do It Every Single Time?
Yesterday, during the Apple Event, the new iPhone 12 was announced. The greatest talking point about the new phones wasn’t what Apple had decided to include, but what it had chosen to leave out – Apple announced that the new iPhone 12 would not be sold with the charger and headphones included in the box.Add to list
Technology Apple Store Online Launches in India Soon. We Hope They Are Prepared With Dhanteras Discounts
Dear Tim Cook, thank you for launching Apple Store Online in India. We desis want to just check the price of Apple gadgets, so we can then compare the price on Amazon and Flipkart, and then finally call our fufa ka ladka in Amrika and ask him, “Wahan sasta padega ya India mein?”Add to list
Technology Blood Oxygen Reader in Apple Watch is the Tech We Need This Pandemic. Meet the Doc Who Made it Happen
The new Apple Watch includes a feature that measures a person’s blood oxygen levels in 15 seconds. Behind this groundbreaking innovation is Dr Sumbul Ahmed Desai, the recently-appointed vice-president of health at Apple.Add to list