Editorial: Well begun

Technology giants Google and Apple, have applauded President Joe Biden’s steps to initiate immigration reforms, underlining that the move would boost American economy, create jobs and attract and retain the best talent from across the world. Continue Reading

Editorial: Coronavirus threat

On the impact of Coronavirus on the economy, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman sought to allay any fears saying there is no need to immediately press the panic button, but things could get challenging if the issues prolong for another two or three weeks, citing feedback from the pharmaceutical and electronic industries, which depend heavily on imports of raw material from China. Continue Reading

Smartphones dodge economic slowdown

The economic slowdown may have clipped sales of cars and biscuits in 2019, but smartphones bucked the trend as urban and rural users continued to buy, and even upgrade to, expensive handsets – a trend likely to pick up pace in the coming year. Continue Reading

San Francisco Travel Association pitches city as premium travel destination

San Francisco Travel Association is an independent not-for-profit destination marketing organization with a mission to enhance the local economy by marketing San Francisco and the Bay Area as a premier destination for conventions, meetings, events and leisure travel. Continue Reading

Apple to launch 3 premium iPhones tomorrow

In a first, Apple live streams the launch of three new models of iPhones on YouTube tomorrow. Until recently, the tech giant had made the opportunity to view live only on its own set of gadgets and browser. The devices can be pre-ordered on 13 September and is available to buy the following Friday 20 September. Continue Reading