Samsung Galaxy S9+ has HDR10 issues, complain users with photos as proof

The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ from the stable of South Korea-based electronics manufacturer Samsung are the most advanced smartphones available in the market right now. The devices sport modern design, top-tier innards, improved camera modules and advanced display technologies such as high dynamic range 10 (HDR10). However, even the most advanced smartphones have weak… Continue reading Samsung Galaxy S9+ has HDR10 issues, complain users with photos as proof

Tata Sons to sell $1.2-bn worth TCS shares in Rs 2,872-Rs 2,925 price range

TCS India’s Tata Sons is set to sell on Tuesday a roughly 1.5 percent stake in its flagship Tata Consultancy Services for about $1.25 billion. Tata Sons, which owned 73.5 percent of TCS as of end-December, is selling TCS shares in a price range of Rs 2,872 to Rs 2,925 each, according to a deal… Continue reading Tata Sons to sell $1.2-bn worth TCS shares in Rs 2,872-Rs 2,925 price range

With $122 billion, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is world’s richest man: Forbes

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos tops this year’s Forbes World’s Billionaires list with a record fortune of $122 billion. Bezos’ fortune increased by $39.2 billion in 2017 – the largest up move in anyone’s net worth recorded by Forbes last year – dethroning philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, whose net worth is calculated at $90… Continue reading With $122 billion, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is world’s richest man: Forbes

Resul Pookutty ‘sound mixing’ wins Oscar | Business Standard News

Sound engineer Resul Pookutty became the third Indian to bring Oscar glory for India by winning the award for sound mixing in “Slumdog Millionaire” here today. “I dedicate this award to my country. This is not just a sound award but a piece of history that has been handed over to me,” a beaming and… Continue reading Resul Pookutty ‘sound mixing’ wins Oscar | Business Standard News

Valentine’s Day blossoms in India, former protesters have change of heart

As India outfits to stamp Valentine’s Day today, past dissidents to this ‘horrendous import from the West’- seem to have turned nonpartisan, and even thoughtful, to the possibility of Valentine’s Day. While it may take a while for the love breeze from the upscale boulevards of south Bombay to movement to the insides of Madhya… Continue reading Valentine’s Day blossoms in India, former protesters have change of heart

Record 87.9 million mobile phones shipped to India in Oct-Dec: CMR 

Indian market saw a record cell phone shipment of 87.9 million units in October-December 2017, says a CyberMedia Research report. “Portable handset sellers dispatched 88 million versatile handset units in the final quarter of 2017. For the whole year, portable handset sellers have sent around 287 million versatile handset units in India,” the CMR report… Continue reading Record 87.9 million mobile phones shipped to India in Oct-Dec: CMR 

Looking at Ulips due to LTCG tax? Mutual funds still the best long-term bet 

From April 1, a merchant of unit-connected protection designs (Ulips) will have the capacity to make a more grounded pitch to the potential client – no long haul capital additions (LTCG) assess on contributing. The Union Budget 2018 has forced a LTCG expense of 10 for each penny on financial specialists in securities exchanges who… Continue reading Looking at Ulips due to LTCG tax? Mutual funds still the best long-term bet