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Apple gearing up for Fashion Advice with Watch Sales
Apple is all set for the new Watch launch next month. The new launch is well geared; the Cupertino based company is training employees to offer fashion and styling advice to customers. The whole idea behind the training is to initiate conversations that build customer’s trust. The employees
Published Date: March 26
Plastic Micro beads a threat to our Planet Earth
The personal care products which we use, from tooth brush to face exfoliating cream to anything similar are loaded with plastic micro beads not known to most of us. It is the plastic micro beads, which is related to water pollution all over the world. The high concentration of micro plastic in oc
Published Date: March 26
Romania Business Services Export Grows
Romania registered a positive growth in the commercial exchange of goods and services. IT and business services led the boom in Romania’s commercial exports. The rise in commercial exchange was brought to light by a study performed in Romania and remitted last week. According to the study a
Published Date: March 26
£17.3 Million Award Received by Cardiff University for Compound Semiconductors Development
A total of £17.3 million award will be given to Cardiff University for its cutting edge technology of semiconductors. This funding was revealed by the University’s Minister, Mr. Greg Clark. This financial support will underpin their Compound Semiconductor Research Foundation, which will
Published Date: March 26
Groundbreaking Chip Research can Help Produce Faster and Cheaper Semiconductors
A breakthrough research has uncovered that there is a technique to produce more efficient and cost effective chips. The innovative technology was developed at the Stanford University, and it utilizes gallium arsenide material instead of the regularly used silicon. This material can allow handling
Published Date: March 26
U.S. House Approves the Hike for War Funds
The United States House has recently approved a budget blueprint worth US$3.8 trillion which includes US$20 billion extra directed towards war funds which are being sought by the defense hawks. When asked if the vote was a major victory for the House defense hawks the member of Armed Services Com
Published Date: March 26
Driverless Cars Expected to Renovate Automotive Industry
The recent most Mercedes automatic car looks just like a car on the outside but as a lounge from the inside, with 4 swivel seats that faces each other in a multimedia bubble of walnut veneer and padded leather. The car, which is based on the concept F 015 ‘Luxury in Motion’, showcased
Published Date: March 26
Alcoa to Borrow US$259 million Loan from DoE for Lightweight Automotive Materials
Alcoa, a renowned Aluminum vendor, has landed a US$259 million loan assurance from the Department of Energy. These funds will come from the Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing program of the federal government that was initiated in 2008 during the industry crisis. It is designed to assist the
Published Date: March 26
BKPM Applauded Prolonged Japanese Automobile Investments
BKPM, the investment coordinating Board applauded the commitments of Japanese investors for expanding the investment in the automotive industry in Indonesia. As quoted by Antara, the chairman of BKPM, Mr. Franky Sibarani said in a statement on Thursday, in Jakarta that the commitments are for ind
Published Date: March 26
WhiteWave Foods Premium Stock Valuation Expected to Hold Up
The valuation of the premium stock of WhiteWave Foods Co. is expected to catch up having support from strong development prospects prevailing in the organic groceries industry, an analyst stated on Tuesday. The enterprise, whose brands comprise Silk food and beverages as well as Land 'O Lakes and Ho
Published Date: March 25
Heinz and Kraft to Merge in 3G-Buffett Joint Venture
Mr. Warren Buffett and 3G Capital are to acquire Kraft Foods Group and combine it with Heinz in a deal which will create one of the biggest consumer groups in the world with joint revenues of US$28 billion. Under the terms of the cash and stock transaction, declared early on Wednesday, Kraft shar
Published Date: March 25
Hazardously High Levels of Arsenic in California Wine: Law Suit Claims
A number of bottles of cheaply priced California wines traded under labels such as Mogen David, Franzia, and Almaden have hazardously high levels of arsenic, as stated in a lawsuit that is filed by 4 California residents. The Wine Institute, an advocacy group for the California wines, dismissed t
Published Date: March 25
IBM CEO Announced the Sharing Of Technology with China
The Chief Executive Officer of IBM Corp, Virginia Rometty announced that the company has made plans to share piece of technology with Chinese enterprises which will further aid in building China’s IT industry. She further added that IBM feels the need to help in building the IT industry of Chi
Published Date: March 25
China to Make Shining Fabrics That Can Be Woven
Have you ever thought about a party dress that has the facility to change colors and shine like a star? Some of the Chinese scientist has been working on developing a material that can actually shine and change colors as wished by the user. Xinhua news agency had reported about citing a latest is
Published Date: March 25
Farmers in Marion Welcome Technology for Effective Farming
Agriculture being the biggest industry in the country of Marion it has gone through many innovations to survive. Ken Stiverson, the County Commissioner of Marion said that with an experience of decades in pork productions and agriculture, they have witnessed a hundred fold changes in the last twenty
Published Date: March 25
Science Explained Behind the Non-browning Arctic Apples
In Canada, a debate has been going if the apples which don’t turn brown are evil. However, these are not ordinary apples. The debate is over Arctic Apples, which have been developed in the B.C. by Okanagan Specialty Fruits. This apple is a new variety of the fruit which does not turn brown sin
Published Date: March 24
Local Grains could Turn a Good Option for Certain Area Farmers
To add diversity to the farming operations, farmers can opt for local grains. Since, grain is common in the Upper Midwest they can be taken for granted. However, their value is not always realized, says Steve Zwinger who is an agronomy research specialist based at the North Dakota State University R
Published Date: March 24
Appeal for GM Canola Judgement Filed by Steve Marsh
The appeal from Kojonup’s Steve Marsh, organic farmer has been filed against a finding by Supreme Court which is in favor of GM cropping neighbor. This will be hinged on if the appeal judges are confined that a greater duty by the neighbor to protect Mr. Steve Marsh’s certification for o
Published Date: March 24
Japan Makes Headway in Fashionable Hi-Tech Wearable
Hi-tech wearables or smart wearables are a nascent technology, and none of these technologies comprises function, fashion and battery life that is expected of the product. To have it all is not a reality yet! What has been achieved so far is a combination of either function and fashion, or battery a
Published Date: March 24
China Mobile Registers 16% Year-on-Year Decline
At a time when the Chinese telecom companies are prepping to offer fourth generation network services, the worsening trends of ARPU did raise an alarm. Industry experts are likely to provide significant insights into the way ahead for the Chinese telecommunication sector. Reports reveal, the fourth
Published Date: March 24
Tawasul Telecom Partners with China Unicom to Explore Market Opportunities in Asian Economies
The leading telecom provider in the Middle East and one of the most prominent names in the MPLS Networking Services in the GCC region, Tawasul Telecom recently entered into a cooperative partnership agreement with one of the leading information and communication service providers in the world, China
Published Date: March 24
Telecom and IT Expenditure in Turkey to Rise Exponentially
According to the forecasts made by industry experts and analysts, a significant rise in the information technology and telecommunications is expected in Turkey.  As per reports, the region is projected to witness investments in IT for telecommunication gallop to US$1.29 billion in 2015 compared
Published Date: March 24
More than 400 Food and Drink Buyers Flock to Attend Marketplace 2015; Ireland
The food and drink buyers’ event will be held between March 22 and 28 in Ireland. It is the biggest marketplace 2015. It will be in collaboration with the Irish food and drink industry.  This will be a weeklong business event that aims to develop healthy relationships with foodservice
Published Date: March 23
Animals Pumped with Antibiotics Gives Rise to “Super Bug” Fears; TRFN
According to the scientists at Rome, most of the developing countries are feeding the livestock with antibiotics at a rapid pace. This is dramatically increasing the risk of drug-resistant super-bugs.  The use of antibiotics in animals will grow by two thirds across the globe for forecast pe
Published Date: March 23
UniTao Postpones Plans to Reinvigorate the Boehringer Ingelheim
Earlier UniRai Pharmaceuticals announced its plans to reinvigorate the Boehringer Ingelheim and create 376 new jobs for the local community. The step was taken to boost the local economy. However, the plan to release a fresh breath of life to the Petersburg Plant that was worth US$22.5 billion has b
Published Date: March 23
PTI launches new 2D and 3D Gaming Module to Train Pharma and Biotech Industry
Engineers apparently have developed a new game based module which showcases the ability to offer interactive approaches based on 2D as well as the latest 3D interactive environments. Pharmaceutical Training International (PTI) has recently launched a host of game based e-learning modules. PTI is a p
Published Date: March 23
Big Pharma’s Faces Threat from Unfamiliar Biosimilars
The benefit managers across pharmaceutical companies have finally come across a potential new weapon called biosimilars to fight the perpetual battle over the drug prices with regards to the United States prescription. However, the pharma investors do not seem to be prepared for the new generic vers
Published Date: March 23
McLaren Expands Retail Network in Latin America, Australia
Popular British automaker McLaren, renowned for their shining Formula One history as much as their limit-stretching sports cars, has expanded its sales network in two emerging regions of the world. McLaren is planning to open its second showroom in Latin America in the form of ‘McLaren Mexico
Published Date: March 23
IMF Gives Warnings about the Vulnerability of Developing Economies Because of Changing Monetary Policies of the United States
The IMF chief, Christine Lagarde recently stated that the latest step being taken by the U.S. to tighten the monetary policy may have an adverse impact on some of the major emerging economies. This adverse impact can be attributed to the fact that such a development would be taking place at a time w
Published Date: March 23
International Companies Compete to Secure a Business Contract in India’s Diamond Quadrilateral Project
Renowned companies from six different countries, which include China, Italy, and Germany are competing hard to be a part of the Diamond Quadrilateral bullet train project initiated by Narendra Modi, the Indian Prime Minister. There are about twelve foreign companies that are bidding to conduct feasi
Published Date: March 23
Falling Oil Prices Affecting Business Investments
The declining oil prices are exhibiting a major impact on the global energy industry, in the form of cut backs. This industry was in fact, doing quite well as against the other industries that were not doing too well because of the unsatisfactory growth of the U.S. economy. Last year, expenditure on
Published Date: March 23
Scientists Advertize Breakthrough in Chemical Weapons Clash
This week, the chemical weapons are in the news as the U.S. military wiped out caches of the armaments. The new study is also holding the weapons in the limelight. Scientists state that they have discovered a new, fast way to annihilate chemical weapons and probably to protect the U.S. forces and fi
Published Date: March 20
Americans Use up Millions on Herbs and Vitamins that do not Work
Anybody walking into a grocery shop can swiftly see that nutritional supplements are a huge business. The herbal and vitamins supplements control an important chunk of floor space. The capsules, pills, and the powders make up for 5% of all the grocery sales in the U.S. Their revenue margins, althoug
Published Date: March 20
Tsarnaev had Extremist Material on Computer: FBI
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bomber, had an assortment of extremist materials on his computer, consisting of a publication of the al-Qaida magazine. An FBI agent testified on Thursday. The 21 yrs old, faces the probability of the death penalty in 2013 assault, in which three people were ki
Published Date: March 20
Profits of Nike Growing as Gym Wear Progressing Mainstream
The company Nike has moved far beyond its old school sneaker and is providing prescient. Orders for the future for the United States athletic apparel and footwear company’s goods for delivery will be between the months of March and July and have spiked by 11 per cent. This has occurred in c
Published Date: March 20
Retailers Planning to Rekindle the Appeal of Apparel
There was a time when people used to shop at stores such as Gap. However, it was not that long ago. It was during the past few years, the traffic to brick and mortar stores has dwindled and the one-time go-to clothing retailers worth for North American shoppers. Gap’s clothes and designs mi
Published Date: March 20
Ind asked by WTO Members to Move out Exports Sops from Textiles, Apparel
Countries which are part of the WTO such as the United States, Japan, and Turkey have asked India that they will phase out their export subsidies on textiles and the apparel sectors, as informed by the Parliament. However, as per the data from WTO for 2006 and 2007, the country India has crossed
Published Date: March 20
Energy Companies On Verge to Tackle Multibillion Dollar Problem after Ash Spill
Most utility companies harness electricity from coal, and the indigenous source generated almost 39% of the overall energy generated in the United States in 2013. Once the process of harnessing power is completed, it leaves behind ash. This ash most often contains arsenic, boron, selenium, and toxic
Published Date: March 19
Beaumont Energy Bought by Whitecap Resources Ltd. in a Deal worth US$517 million
Recently it has been announced that Whitecap Resources Ltd. is all set to buy Beaumont Energy Inc., the Saskatchewan light oil producer. The sources revealed that the deal is finalized at US$517 million, both in stock and cash. The deal, experts say is planned to capitalize on the consumer’s m
Published Date: March 19
Sunrun Inc Gearing Up for Potential IPO
Sunrun Inc. one of the most promising solar energy companies is gearing up for its initial public offering by the end of this year, as revealed by sources familiar to the prospects.  Based in San Francisco, the company is mainly engaged in the activity of installing and maintaining solar pan
Published Date: March 19
A New Technique for Developing Better Graphene
A group of scientists at Caltech have come up with a technique for producing graphene. A substance comprising a carbon layer which is of one atom thickness, produced at normal room temperature may have the ability to help in the manufacturing of commercially feasible solar cells that are graphene ba
Published Date: March 19
Energy Now to be Derived from Electronic Wastes
A researcher at the University of the Basque Country, along with other international researchers has developed a method for creating clean hydrogen which can be utilized as a fuel. The concerned researchers have got the patent registered in Japan. UPV/EHU’s Faculty of Science and Technology&rs
Published Date: March 19
Scientists Come Up with a New Technique for Coating Nanorods of Gold
A team of researchers and scientists have developed a method for coating nanorods of gold with shells of silica thereby enabling engineers to develop huge amounts of nanorods and also ensure that they have greater control on the shell’s thickness. Researchers are investigating gold nanorods fo
Published Date: March 19
Mobile Phone Services’ Tariffs to Rise by 75% in Ghana
A recent directive passed by the National Communication Authority of Ghana will require telecom companies to charge their services at a heavily increased rate. The 75 percent rise in mobile phone tariffs in the country is projected to hit businesses majorly and affect nearly 10 million subscribers o
Published Date: March 18
French Telecom Operator Orange SA to Invest in Networks to Boost Earnings
French telecom company Orange SA has said that it will invest around US$15.87 billion in expanding its network over the next four years to revive company’s profitability and sales prospects after the company has seen decline in business over the past few years. The new five year strategy pl
Published Date: March 18
Launch of 5G Services face Many Political as well as Technical Hurdles
For 5G services, the networks that will provide users an access to multigigabit speeds, to be successful, the entire telecom industry will have to re-evaluate how the networks have historically operated and have developed over the course of past many decades. Before the technology becomes a reali
Published Date: March 18
Curved Display Model of LG - G Flex2 launched in India costing Rs 55,000
India is ready to witness LG’s next generation of smart phone with a curved display. In a event held on Wednesday in the capital of India, LG launched the new model G Flex2 which bears a price of Rs. 55000. The new model is available in platinum silver and flamenco red colors and is expected t
Published Date: March 18
A Silicon Valley Startup Creates an Innovative 3D Printing Technology
Carbon3D Inc., a startup of Silicon Valley has created an innovative 3D technology which can influence and manipulate oxygen and light which will further allow the solid objects to rise on a continuous basis from a liquid printing basin.  According to a press release that took place for the
Published Date: March 18
IIT Researchers Develops a Low-Priced Dialysis Technology
A team of researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (Kharagpur) have developed an indigenous and cost effective technology for kidney dialysis. Sources have informed that the new technology has also been awarded with a National Award on Wednesday.  The process of kidney dialysis, Hae
Published Date: March 18
Artisanal Food and Beverages Law Proposed
Taking a indication from bordering Kittery, York planners are enforcing a law that would permit artisan businesses such as coffee roasters, brew pubs, and small bakers to start shop at places around the town. Selectmen will be holding a public hearing on the measures to be taken on March 23, 2015
Published Date: March 18
PepsiCo plans to Produce Traditional Indian Drinks
With a huge base of Indian consumers shifting towards non-carbonated beverages from general cola drinks, food and beverages giant PepsiCo is speeding up to clutch a share of the shifting consumer habits. The initial move towards this direction is its resolution to launch 7UP Nimbooz Masala Soda acro
Published Date: March 18
Indian Restaurants Join ‘Good France’ Project for a French Style Dinner
An calm and tranquil French meal, which in popular culture stirs up the images of romance and quality life, can now be savored in a restaurant in India that joins other nations to present a French style dinner tomorrow. A total of one thousand restaurants over the world with including forty-eight
Published Date: March 18
Loss of Rs. 2,500 Crore Faced by Indian Exchequer Attributed to Bogus Organic Farming Claims
Though a majority of people think organic farming involves no chemical based fertilizers and pesticides, an investigation conducted by the Crop Care Federation of India (CCFI), which is an apex association of the Indian Industry of Agrochemical has proved otherwise. According to CCFI this advances t
Published Date: March 17
Farmers in the U.K. Abandoning Low Sustainable, Expensive Organic Techniques
Though the demand for organic food continues to grow at a high rate, farmers which are producing them are falling by the wayside. The data from U.K. government demonstrates that the organic food sales have bounced back from the low which was followed from the 2008-2009 financial crash, this amoun
Published Date: March 17
Makers of Organic Wines Start Exporting to China
The Wine makers called Angrove Family have received their first official order from their China distributor, which makes them the largest Australian wine maker till date to export organic wine to fastest growing economy, China. The order for Angrove Organic Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Shiraz, and M
Published Date: March 17
3 Ways to Protect Your Electronics from Kids
Children these days are notoriously tech-savvy, often even more so than their guardians. The new generation is being bombarded by electronics in all walks of life, resulting in technology being smoothly integrated into the lives of even the youngest kids. However, this has a flip side, as Apple Inc.
Published Date: March 17
The Impact of Carbon Dioxide in the Manufacturing Sector
Several research activities and discussions have been taking place on how to capture and store carbon dioxide that is released from coal plants and oil facilities. Many projects for evaluating carbon dioxide capture prior to its release into the air and surrounding atmosphere have also taken place.
Published Date: March 17
Biobattery: Conversion of Sewage Sludge to Engine Oil and Electricity
A group of scientists and researchers from a Germany based institute for energy and environment have successfully been able to improve and enhance biogas plants efficiency. They have developed a biobattery process which apart from supplying heat and electricity also supplies high standard products s
Published Date: March 17
Most of the Highly Polluting Coal Fired Plants of the World Belong to China and the United States
A recently released report of the Oxford University has shown that 100 power companies all across the globe exhibiting highest risk are witnessing pressure for shutting down some of their respective coal plants that are proving to be highly polluting. Several companies from China feature first on th
Published Date: March 17
Four Employees of Marks and Spencer Raise an Amount of £28,200 for a Charity Event
A fundraising drive was carried by four workers from the worldwide known brand Marks and Spencer in Gemini retail park. This effort was taken by Linda Kitson, Pauline Robinson, Nicola Grainger, and Karen Lynch and they managed to raise an amount of £28,200 for the British Heart Foundation. Thi
Published Date: March 16
The Retail Sector of Dutch Growing At a Slower Rate
The retail sector in the Netherlands ended last year with a positive note and is improving but at a slower pace if compared with other European countries. In the previous year, the sales in the Netherlands grew by almost one percent, which was the first growth in the past six years. However, the num
Published Date: March 16
Shop Direct Bangs Three Awards in the Oracle Retails Week Awards
In the Oracle Retail Week Awards, the retail industry Oscars, Shop Direct banged three awards that included the coveted Pureplay Etailer of the year award as well. The ceremony that was held in Grosvenor House Hotel in London, Shop Direct which is a digit retail group was tagged as the winner of the
Published Date: March 16
ACCC to Review of TPG-iiNet Merger
The Australian telecom provider TPG, owned by billionaire David Teoh, on Friday tossed an offer for iiNet of around US$8.60 per share, on behalf of a 30% premium to its past cash cost. The elongated group would be having about 1.7 million broadband users, putting it far ahead of Optus, which has 990
Published Date: March 16
Share Prices of Indian Telcos Declined owing to Ongoing Spectrum Auction
Telecom shares in India came under extreme pressure on by the end of Monday, March 16, 2015 as investors are frightful for the ongoing bids in the current spectrum auction might have far surpassed the prior estimations. The shares of the Idea Cellular dropped the most that is around 5%, and was foll
Published Date: March 16
Citic Telecom CPC Launched Desktop on VMware Horizon
The Hong Kong based telecom provider Citic Telecom CPC has set out a desktop as a service offering, which is based on VMware Horizon that the firm claims to be the first of its type in the country.  The firm stated that the virtual desktop solution will be focused on the companies in the Asi
Published Date: March 16
Liquid Telecom Kenya to Provide Wi-Fi Service to Nakuru County
In partnership with Nakuru County Government, Liquid Telecom Kenya is launching free Wi-Fi service in Nakuru. According to Liquid Telecom, this move will help the residents of Nakuru County in accessing a public street Wi-Fi connection for free. Internet access has hugely helped in boosting Kenya
Published Date: March 16
Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone Highlight Concerns Regarding Mobile Security
Telecom operators Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone are considering made in Germany product more attractive than made in U.S.A in terms of added security to communications networks. More secure communications remain an important topic in Germany since the time former U.S. government contractor Edward Sn
Published Date: March 16
Ericsson to Acquire Telecom Unit of Chinese Company Sunrise Technology
Ericsson has signed an agreement to acquire the telecom wing of China’s Sunrise Technology. Sunrise Technology, with headquarters in Guangzhou, China, is a provider of IT services in the OSS BSS (operations and business support systems) domain. The company will continue to run as a separate bo
Published Date: March 16
Camstar Semiconductor Suite Implemented by Phononic for Rapid Scale Production
Camstar is a Siemens business branch which has announced today that Phononic will be reinventing a heating and cooling technology. They have successfully implemented the Semiconductor Suite. This is a Camstar Enterprise Manufacturing Execution System or MES which is designed specifically for the com
Published Date: March 12
Laser from Lockheed capable of Destroying a Truck from a Mile’s Distance
After 30 years of the United States announcing its plan to launch a range of laser armed satellites for the purpose of omnipotent space related missile defense, these lasers are finally paving a path into the military’s ammunition. Firing down from the atmosphere/space is still a bit beyond
Published Date: March 12
Britain Planning to Build a Prototype of Laser Weapon
that of the Star-Wars armaments which could be used one day employed by the British Forces. This project will cost well over £100 million. It is aimed towards creating a high energy laser which can track and attack moving targets in any type of weather. Britain with this project will be in
Published Date: March 12
White Biotechnology Electrification May Prove to be Cost Effective, say Scientists
A team of research scientists from the University of Queensland, Australia and the Germany based Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research (UFZ), have concluded cheaper and greener substitute can be provided to petrochemistry via “white biotechnology” electrification. As a part of this
Published Date: March 12
Urban Polymers, a Plastics Recycling Facility to be Started by Canada Fibers
A plant called Urban Polymers will soon be established by Canada Fibers. Urban Polymers, a recycling plant for plastics will mainly be focusing on producing homogeneous and pure plastic materials that will be derived from post industrial and post consumer waste. This plant will be utilizing additive
Published Date: March 12
Chemicals and Petrochemical Companies to Consider Adopting Innovative Strategies in the Area of the Gulf
Several chemical and petrochemical manufacturers in the region of the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) are looking into the implementation of an innovative strategy. This plan was declared by a study conducted by the GPCA (Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association). The 2015 innovation survey of t
Published Date: March 12
Car Manufacturer Ethan Automotive Criticizes Canberra over Handouts
A company based in Melbourne working on plans to produce its own brand of petrol engine, electric, and hybrid cars in Australia, has condemned the move of the federal government to restore industry assistance, stating that it will only be responsible for a flawed system that provides handouts to the
Published Date: March 12
250 jobs: Moroun Purchased Land in Detroit for Auto Project
Mr. Manuel Moroun, a Billionaire businessman, is planning to construct a new automotive provider facility in Detroit, which will add 250 new jobs at the long-fallow I-94 Industrial Park. An arm of city government, the Detroit Economic Development Corp., voted this morning to sell forty acres of l
Published Date: March 12
Keystone Automotive Preferred the West Plains for New Distribution Center
An MNC firm, which specializes in after-market and has expertise in auto parts, will launch a distribution center at the West Plains. A subsidiary of LKQ Corp., Keystone Automotive Corp., will construct a 250,000-square-foot warehouse nearby Hallett Road south of Interstate 90, according to the v
Published Date: March 12
Solvay and 3A Composites to Partner for Production of Specialty Foam
Solvay, the Belgian chemical company partnered with the Switzerland-based 3A Composites to produce a new range of foam materials. The new school of specialty foam will be custom-made and a pocket-friendly alternative to the conventional materials that required labor-intensive manufacturing. The new
Published Date: March 11
Asahi Kasei Share Prices Hit 25 Years High after Highly Appreciated Acquisition
As per reports, the week started with good news for Asahi Kasei, whose share prices reached about 25 years high. Industry experts suggest that the recently made announcement by the Japanese manufacturer about an acquisition worth US$2.2 billion might have sparked the rally. However, this should not
Published Date: March 11
Researchers Extract High Value Nutrition from Salmon and Rapeseed Waste
Scientists worldwide are engaged in the effort to make optimum utilization of the available resources. Recently a group of scientists discovered a new technique of industrial processing that makes it possible to obtain valuable proteins, oils, and antioxidants from rapeseed and salmon waste. One can
Published Date: March 11
Travel Expenditure for Civil Servants up by 10%
The travel costs for Whitehall have increased by over 10% in the past four years, despite efforts to bring down civil service expenditure. Sources close to the situation stated that some of the officials in certain departs are stilling permitted traveling by first class in flights. The National Audi
Published Date: March 11
Investors Focus on Next generation Travel Startups
After the huge success of first generation travel companies such as Yatra and Make My Trip, investors are truly interested in funding the next generation which bring in a refreshing change by catering to specific needs such as planning a tour and making hotel bookings. Some of the next generation co
Published Date: March 11
Technology Changes the Future for Travel Companies
The world of travel has always been driven by innovation and change, an approach that is now in the top gear. A sentiment that rings true to the travel industry is consumers are no longer looking at traditional holiday time, but rather at their convenience.  However, the travel sector still
Published Date: March 11
Driverless Concept Car from Mercedes Gaining Attention in SF
Mercedes Benz during the past week unleashed its futuristic concept car of driverless car on the streets of San Francisco, and successfully turned a few heads in the process. This vehicle called the Mercedes F015 Luxury in the Motion Vehicle sector was revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show held
Published Date: March 11
The First Vitara from Suzuki Rolls off the Assembly Line in Hungary
Suzuki has started manufacturing the it all new SUV Vitara at the company’s plant based in Esztergom in Hungary. The first production model of the car was driven off the assembly line by the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban. The Minister did the same thing in the year 2000 with the Wagon
Published Date: March 11
Awesome-Looking Aero Kit for 2015 Introduced by Honda
Few weeks later Chevrolet displayed its Verizon aero kit for IndyCar Series, the stalwart Honda has unveiled their own take on their 2015 rule modifications. However, this won’t make an appearance at every race, however, the point is that teams now will have even more freedom to change their o
Published Date: March 11
Clarkston Schools Gives Approval to Investment of US$1.5M in Technology Upgrades
The Schools Board of Education of the Clarkston Community has given its approval of around US$1.5 million to improve the technology infrastructure of the district and increase the access of computers for the students across the district. The district is thinking to purchase more than three hundred a
Published Date: March 10
Obama Initiated Plans to Boost High-tech Training in 20 Regions across the USA
The U.S. President, Mr. Barack Obama launched an initiative on Monday that is focused on constructing a larger technological workforce, and more than twenty regions across the United States will be a part of it. The program, named as TechHire, will bring the city leaders and employers together to ad
Published Date: March 10
Japanese Technology Provides an Online Exhibition to the Vatican Library Treasures
An established Japanese technology is at the back of a project to allow a prosperous collection of valuable drawings and manuscripts to run online for free that are tucked inside the almost 600-year-old Vatican Apostolic Library. The papal library that holds cultural documents such as notes by Mi
Published Date: March 10
Huawei Joins the Smartwatch Bandwagon
In a latest update from the telecommunications industry that’s creating a lot of buzz these days, the leading infrastructure and telecommunications organization in China, Huawei is gearing up to join the smart watch bandwagon. The news about Huawei’s intent to join the smartwatch bandwag
Published Date: March 10
Telecom Auction Witnesses Aggressive Bid of Rs.94,000 crores
The biggest ever 2G and 3G spectrum auction of this decade witnessed bids worth a whopping Rs.94,000 crore as the fifth day of the sales process came to an end. The aggressive bidding witnessed at the auction raised concerns that whether telecom companies would hike the tariffs to suffice the spectr
Published Date: March 10
Eastern Oregon Telecom to Partner with Huawei to Deploy Broadband Network in Hermiston
The telecom industry is abuzz with the news that Eastern Oregon Telecom has zeroed down on Huawei to launch its ambitious project of gigabit broadband network across rural homes and businesses in Hermiston, Ore.  Spokesperson from the company formally announced that as a part of the deal, th
Published Date: March 10
New Study Shows Fasting can Help to Live Longer
Researchers at the University of Florida after a three year study involving 24 participants that practiced fasting for one small meal during the afternoon and feasted on alternate days for a period of three weeks at a time have found some surprising evidence. They have found that this routine lead t
Published Date: March 10
The Next Green Item on McDonald’s Menu - Kale
To reconnect with the younger customers McDonald Corporation has decided to adapt to their evolving tastes, and they are aiming their campaign at kale. The fast food giant corp. is planning to roll out this healthy leafy green vegetable which is currently enjoying its new elevated status of super
Published Date: March 10
Short Periods of Fasting and Feastings can Help to Improve Your Health
People tend to go to great lengths to avoid going hungry. However, the research which dates back to over 60 years shows that temporarily depriving one from food can be a key to a healthy and long life. Clinical research studies from around the 40s show that by restricting calories in animal test
Published Date: March 10
Carbon Fiber to go Mainstream in 10 Years
Carbon fiber is already a growing market in the automotive sector, with the light weight and high relative physical strength of carbon fiber being increasingly preferred to plastics and even metals. Sports cars, in particular, utilize carbon fiber in various automotive components for better dynamics
Published Date: March 09
Tesla Motors Resorts to Job Cutting Measures
Owing to weakening sales, Tesla Motors has plans of resorting to job cutting measures in China. This U.S. based electric cars manufacturer has not disclosed any aspect with respect to the jobs that it will be cutting. The main rationale behind such a step is to develop a more productive and a strong
Published Date: March 09
U.S. Crude Oil Prices Decline to US$40 Per Barrel, says Goldman Sachs
As per Goldman Sachs, the U.S. oil prices will plunge to US$40 per barrel soon. This conclusion came a time when the crude oil inventories began increasing as a result of the gains caused due to the falling crude oil prices. For the third time this year, the prices of global crude oil had risen beca
Published Date: March 09
Business Players in the SME Sector Aim at Building Business Partnerships before the Implementation of the ASEAN Economic Community
Several business players in Indonesia engaged in operating medium and small enterprises recently met their contemporaries from Singapore and Malaysia in Riau Islands. This meeting took place during the weekend with a view to developing partnerships before the implementation of the ASEAN Economic Com
Published Date: March 09
L’Oreal and CFAO team up for production and distribution in Ivory Coast
The multinational cosmetics leader, L’Oreal has announced the signing of a protocol agreement with Ivory Coast’s CFAO which will cover the production and distribution of its products in Ivory Coast.  L’Oreal has an establishment in over 130 countries and is set to draw its
Published Date: March 09