Iswar Rajbanshi

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How Apple Spent $253 Billion in 1 Year

A simple slideshow reveals three interesting observations about the iPhone maker.<p><b>Apple</b> (NASDAQ:AAPL) generates an extraordinary amount of revenue, …

Apple May Replace 3.5mm Headphone Jack on iPhone 7 With All-in-One Lightning Connector

Apple is planning to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack on the next-generation iPhone in favor of an all-in-one Lightning connector, according to often-reliable Japanese website <i>Mac Otakara</i>. Apple may also release Lightning-equipped EarPods to support the new audio output on future iOS devices.<p>The …

Review: Satechi’s Type-C Hub is almost the perfect MacBook hub with USB 3 + SD Card ports

Satechi’s new <b>Type-C USB Hub</b> announced in October at first glance looks like the perfect solution for using single-port Retina MacBooks with wired accessories and SD cards. It adds three traditional USB 3.0 ports like MacBook Airs and MacBook Pros so you can plug in flash drives, Lightning cables, …

The Best Black Friday Deals on Macs, iPads, iPhones, Apple Watch, and More

With the Thanksgiving holiday well underway in the United States, Black Friday deals at both online and brick and mortar stores are starting to go live. Many major retail stores like Target, Best Buy, and Walmart will be opening up in the early evening, and most online-only deals are already …

Brazil dam burst: environmental crisis reaches Atlantic – in pictures

A mudslide at an iron ore mine in Brazil, in which at least 13 people died, has reignited calls for safer ways to dispose of millions of tonnes of waste as toxic mud leaks into the Atlantic ocean

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The scientists with reasons to be cheerful

Not every problem has an obvious solution, which is why during the 1850s Britain bought 300,000 tons of bird poo a year from Peru. This was guano, the wonder fertiliser that had been discovered by Europeans at the start of that century. It was shipped back to the motherland, where it helped to feed …

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