Apple recently launched a microfibre polishing cloth priced at Rs 1,900, along with MacBook Pro 14-inch (Rs 1,94,000) and 16-inch (Rs 2,39,000). However, the polishing cloth has to be bought separately. Apple claims that the cloth is made with "soft, non-abrasive material". Furthermore, the cloth will help in cleaning the Apple display safely and effectively.
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HCL Technologies has reported a net profit of Rs 3,265 crore in the September quarter, on October 14. The profit is said to have increased by 3.9%, and has surpassed Bloomberg consensus, which is estimated to be Rs 3,196.50 crore. It has also signed 14 new large deals worth $2.3 billion in the September quarter and has also retained its EBIT margin in the range of 19-21%.
Owing to the shortage of chips in the global market, Apple Inc is likely to reduce the production of iPhone 13 by 10 million units. Reportedly, the company's share also fell by 1% in after-hours trading. According to media reports, major chip manufacturers such as Broadcom Inc and Texas Instruments are unable to supply chips as they are also facing a shortage of raw materials.
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Jim Lanzone, who used to be the head of dating app Tinder has been announced as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Yahoo. Reportedly, this decision came days after Apollo Global Management Inc completely acquired Verizon Media for a whopping deal of $5 billion. Besides, Apollo is planning to grow its services to offer Yahoo finance & Yahoo Sports and is focusing on advertising & e-commerce platforms.
To detect bad behaviour of people, Singapore has started a three-week trial of two robots, named Xavier, said the Country's Home Team Science and Technology Agency on September 5. Reportedly, Xavier will detect the behaviours such as breaking COVID-19 protocols, smoking in prohibited areas, improper parking of bicycles. ''The deployment of Xavier will support the work of public officers as it'll reduce the manpower,'' said the agency.… read-more
Indian Motorcycle, an American bike brand that recently celebrated its 100th Anniversary has launched the 2022 Indian Chief. The company is set to launch Chief Dark Horse, Indian Chief Bobber Dark Horse, and Indian Super Chief Limited models, priced up to Rs 20.75 lakh. "We have a new set of motorcycles...New customers are coming in and dealers are pretty positive," said Polaris India Pvt Ltd Country Manager Lalit Sharma.
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Motor giant Tesla has managed to meet all the specified criteria to launch its vehicle in India. According to the report, four vehicles have been approved, Model 3 & Model Y have been witnessed taking trials on Indian roads. However, the launch date is not finalized as the negotiations on import duties are yet to be done with the government. Currently, India charges a 100% import duty on EVs.
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Considering the young generation, Instagram will soon introduce a new safety feature that will require the user's birth date confirmation. The idea is to provide the right content at the right age said Instagram in a blog post. Besides, a new version of the app is being created for those under 13 years of age, also children below the age of 16 will have a private account by default.
Tata Motor’s Tigor EV has been launched on August 31, pricing from Rs 11.99 lakh to Rs 13.14 lakh. It is a battery-powered car available in two colour options. A total of 306 km can be covered by the car on a single charge. The car can be charged using a fast charger or 15A home socket. Moreover, EV generates 73.75 hp of power with 170Nm of torque.
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In the replacement of XUV500, Mahindra has launched XUV700 at a starting price of Rs 11.99 lakh. It has completed all SUVs in terms of shape, size, and capabilities. The series of XUV700 provides a five and seven-seat variant with petrol and diesel-powered. The SUV also has four models namely MX, AX3, AX5, and AX7. There is a possibility of another model named AX7 (0), however, not yet been confirmed.
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