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first_img Apple Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it Microsoft is jumping on the digital health bandwagon. Gety Images For the past couple years, tech companies like Apple, Google and even Facebook have been doing something seemingly against their interests: Encouraging us to stop using them. On Monday, Microsoft joined those companies by encouraging business people to be more mindful of their time too. The new features, built into the company’s Office 365 business productivity service for Windows PCs, Macs and mobile devices, tracks how people use their computers and then displays that information on a dashboard.For example, Microsoft’s software will soon start showing people how often they focused on a task and for how long. And it will also cheer them on if they successfully disconnected after work. You can even set goals for how often you have quiet days, Microsoft said. Read on ZDNet: Microsoft Build 2019: Azure is the star, and Windows is a bit player The new features, announced at the company’s Build developer conference in Seattle, are the latest in a growing trend of tech companies aiming to make us feel better about using their devices and services. They’re doing this by encouraging us to be more mindful about how much of our lives get taken up by technology in the first place. At Apple, this comes as part of a feature called Screen Time, which shows you how often you use your phone and what types of apps you’re using most. You can also set limits on how long you can use specific apps, like Facebook. Google’s Android software for phones and tablets has a tool called Digital Wellbeing that offers similar features. Even Facebook and Instagram, which are often derided as places people zone out and lose hours tapping and scrolling, have a screen time feature. For Microsoft, these features are part of a broader refinement to Microsoft’s Office 365 business software. The suite, which includes access to the company’s popular Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook apps, is used by 180 million people. Microsoft said the new features will be available “in the next few months.”  Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? Share your voice reading • Microsoft, at its Build 2019 conference, says you need to put down that phone Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 • Post a comment 0 Aug 31 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors Microsoft Office Google Microsoft Apple See All Computers Software Tech Industry Tagslast_img read more

first_imgShares of Sun Pharmaceutical Industries rose by more than Rs 23 on the BSE on Tuesday morning and were trading at Rs 762 at about 1:45 pm responding to reports that the company was planning to buy Intas Pharmaceuticals for Rs 15,000 crore.The share had plunged about 4.5% on Monday after it said the US FDA issued a warning letter on its Halol plant in Gujarat after an inspection in September 2014 during which it found possible deviations from good manufacturing practices.If the deal goes through, it will mark the second-biggest acquisition for Sun Pharma after Ranbaxy, which was acquired for $4.5 billion in a stock deal.The proposed deal to acquire Intas Pharmaceuticals will entail a cash outgo of Rs 7,500 crore and the rest by way of stock,  DealStreetAsia quoted a source familiar with the development as saying. Ahmedabad-based Intas Pharma manufactures tablets, capsules, parenterals and cytotoxic formulations for the central nervous system (CNS), cardiovascular system, diabetology, gastroenterology, urology, pain management, animal health care, oncology and biotechnology, DealStreetAsia added.Sun Pharma has been acquiring and selling units over the past few weeks. Last week, it sold its manufacturing facility in Ohio, the US, to Nostrum Laboratories and in November this year, it bought American eyecare firm InSite Vision. Sun Pharma did not disclose the deal value for the sale of its Ohio facility, while saying the “financial impact” on the company was “negligible”.The company said it would cooperate with the US FDA for possible remedial measures at its Halol plant. “We will continue to cooperate with the US FDA and undertake any additional steps necessary to ensure that the US Agency is completely satisfied with our remediation of the Halol facility,” said Dilip Sanghvi, managing director, Sun Pharma, in a regulatory filing on 19 December. Meanwhile, Intas Pharmaceuticals is likely to come up with an IPO, having got market regulator Sebi’s nod for it. The IPO will give an opportunity for ChrysCapital to exit partially, after having failed twice, in 2011 and 2013, due to poor market conditions, said DealStreetAsia.last_img read more

Protests in Australia Finland against attacks on Dhaka protesters

first_imgBangladeshi Australians stage demonstrations over the weekend, against attacks on protesters in Dhaka. Photo: SBS newsBangladeshi-Australians have held demonstrations in several cities over the weekend, supporting the demand for safe roads in Dhaka, according to a media report.Members of the Bangladesh community in Melbourne are urging the Bangladesh government to get to grips with the country’s lethal roads, Akhter Hossain told SBS News there.‘We’re very fortunate that we live in a country where road safety is of a high standard. Our children are very safe,‘ he was quoted to have said. ‘But for students going to schools [in Bangladesh], there is no guarantee they’ll come home.’Bangladeshi student community in Finland under the banner named ‘Bangladeshi Academic Forum of Finnish Universities’ (BAFFU) have also expressed solidarity with the students who protested for road safety in Dhaka, according to a message received from Helsinki.Many Bangladeshi students took part in the demonstration on Monday. Protesters gathered at Kamppi shopping complex, then marched towards Senate square in Helsinki.Members of Bangladeshi Academic Forum of Finnish Universities (BAFFU) protested against attacks on demonstrators in Dhaka. Photo: BAFFUInternational students of other countries also joined them.BAFFU is deeply condemned the attacks, which they called ‘brutal acts of the authorities’.BAFFU urged  the authorities to ensure punishment of  reckless drivers who killed the students, to take full responsibility of the families of the students,  to stop torturing protesting children who are demanding to make the roads safer, to ensure that girls travel safely in public transport and to make transport costs cheaper for students.last_img read more

Turkish diplomat among two shot dead in Iraq
first_imgIraqi Kurdish security stand guard outside the restaurant where two people were shot dead in Arbil, the capital of northern Iraq`s Kurdish autonomous region on 17 July, 2019. Photo: AFPThe Turkish vice consul to Iraq’s autonomous Kurdish region was among at least two people shot dead Wednesday in the regional capital Arbil, prompting pledges of “retaliation” from Ankara.No group has claimed responsibility for the attack so far, but Turkey is already waging a fierce offensive against Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) bases in northern Iraq.On Wednesday afternoon, at least one gunman fired on Turkish consulate workers in a restaurant in Ainkawa, a northern Arbil neighbourhood that hosts numerous restaurants and the Turkish consulate.”A shooting in front of a restaurant in Arbil left a Turkish consulate employee and a civilian dead, and wounded a third person,” said the Kurdish internal security forces, known as the Asayish.The diplomat was identified by a local police source to AFP as the Turkish vice consul. The source said the attacker fled the scene.A spokesman for the Iraqi foreign ministry confirmed the incident and condemned the attack.Turkey’s foreign ministry said an “employee” at its Arbil consulate was killed in a shooting outside the consulate.”We are continuing our efforts with the Iraqi government and local authorities to find the perpetrators of this attack as quickly as possible,” said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.His spokesman Ibrahim Kalin vowed “the necessary response will be given to those who committed this treacherous attack.”- ‘Heinous’ attack -The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), which now leads the regional government, enjoys good political and trade relations with Turkey.But one sticking point is the PKK, which operates rear bases across Iraq’s mountainous north.The PKK is classified as a “terrorist” group by Turkey, the United States and the European Union because of the three-decade insurgency it has waged against the Turkish state.Turkey has been conducting a ground offensive and bombing campaign since May in the mountainous northern region to root out PKK pockets.Earlier this month, the PKK announced that one of those raids killed senior PKK leader Diyar Gharib Mohammed along with two other fighters.A spokesman for the PKK’s armed branch denied the group was involved in Wednesday’s shooting.According to Turkish state media, the attacker was dressed in plain clothes and carried two guns when he stormed the restaurant in Ainkawa, a bustling northern district of Arbil.Witnesses in the city said checkpoints had been quickly set up inside and around the neighbourhood.The US embassy slammed the attack as “heinous” and offered its condolences to the Turkish mission, calling for “the defence and safety of foreign diplomats and diplomatic missions in Iraq.”Several rocket attacks have targeted diplomatic missions in Iraq in recent months, including near the US and UK embassies in Baghdad’s “Green Zone.”The US in May ordered all non-essential personnel of its Baghdad embassy and Arbil consulate to leave the country.And in June, protesters gathered outside the Bahraini embassy in Baghdad.Authorities in Iraq, which is witnessing a period of relative calm since declaring victory against the Islamic State group in 2017, have pledged to protect embassies.last_img