IT exports thwarted by Tax policies and SBP rules claims Aminul Haque

IT exports thwarted by Tax policies and SBP rules claims Aminul Haque

Syed Aminul Haque, the federal minister for Information and Technology and Telecommunications says that some rules of the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) along with the policies of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) have been acting as an obstacle and hampering the growth of IT exports. The minister demanded relaxation in these conditions, along with the relaxation in tax enforcement as well. Syed Aminul Haque, warns about the consequences if policies are not relaxed Syed Aminul Haque added that the FBR policies have turned out to be a hindrance…

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Microsoft to Shut Down Internet Explorer After 27 years

Microsoft to shut down internet explorer

The tech giant, Microsoft has announced to shut down one of company’s oldest products internet browser, Internet Explorer. After 27 years of long service, Internet Explorer is finally set to retire on June 15, 2022. It was released in the year 1995 and has been with Windows since then but initially, it came as an add-on package for Windows version 95. After a while, Microsoft decided to provide the browser for free as a part of the package. Internet Explorer in 2003 reached its apex with more than 95% usage,…

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Samsung new Galaxy A13 variant might use Helio G80 CPU

Samsung is working on a new Galaxy A13 variant with the MediaTek Helio G80 processor

The Samsung Galaxy A13 started in India in March. Now the South Korean touch screen phone maker is explained to be working away at a refreshed alternative of the mobile phone that reportedly provides the model range SM-A137F. According to the latest update, the MediaTek Helio G80 CPU might be used in this upcoming Samsung Galaxy A13 model. The Samsung Galaxy A13s was rumoured to be the name of the incoming phone with model number SM-A137F earlier this month. In recent days, the device has also been found on the…

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Robots will now perform your household tasks – Dyson’s latest invention

Dyson is inventing Robots that can do your Household Tasks

Dyson, the British vacuum cleaner company, is eyeing up a future where robots can do your household chores. The company has filed several patents for robotic technology that could help people in their household chores such as laundry, cleaning, and even cooking. Dyson says that the technology could be used in future products or services, but is first looking to develop it as a standalone product. We are developing technology that could enable robots to do household chores, such as laundry and cleaning Said Dyson CEO James Dyson in a…

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Clearview Al was fined for illegally storing facial images

Clearview Al Technological company

Facial recognition technology is growing increasingly popular, with companies using it to identify people in photos and videos. This type of technology can be particularly powerful, as it can identify people even if they are wearing a disguise. It is used in Clearview Al company. Clearview Al is the latest company to face scrutiny for its use of facial recognition technology. Earlier this year, Facebook was fined $5 billion by the US’s privacy regulator for improperly collecting data from millions of users.  The company gathers images from the internet to…

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What is Edge computing and why you must need to know about it?

What is Edge computing?

Cloud computing, which was formerly considered a cutting-edge technological trend, has now gone mainstream, with major companies such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform dominating the industry. As more organizations transition to a cloud solution, cloud computing use continues to rise. However, it is no longer a new technology trend. Edge computing is the use of computing resources near the user, rather than in centralized data centres. These resources can be located on devices like smartphones, tablets, and laptops, or even embedded in physical objects…

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The launch of Standard Chartered Bank’s cohort 4 programme SCWomeninTech

SCWomeninTech initiative by SCB

Karachi | 18 May 2022 | Hamariweb news desk | Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) in the collaboration with INNOVentures Global (Pvt.) Limited has launched a cohort 4 programme named SCWomeninTech. SCWomeninTech is a tech initiative by SCB aimed to empower women and help Pakistan address gender disparity in the technology sector. Standard Chartered Women in Technology will also help women to learn to use the technology so that to face emerging social challenges they’re facing in recent times related to gaining excellence in the entrepreneurship activities and initiatives that they…

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Currency Rate Discrepancy: An Unforeseen Fact

Currency Rate Discrepancy

Exchange rates are governed by the demand or preferences for other nations’ assets and the effects of new countries’ commodities. It should all boil down to supply and demand or, more correctly, the economic factors that are linked to supply and demand, such as population size, occupation, consumption, output, and GDP. Knowing specific changes in currency fractions may not be let go with all of this. This is because it is an undeniable truth that puts enormous strain on global trade.  Calculator-online.net has created a free fraction calculator to account…

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China looking to collect samples from silver sphere’s far side

Silver sphere's far side of moon

Chinese astronauts, researchers, and engineers are considering collecting the data and samples from the far side of the moon by sending their robotic probes. The robotic probes will collect rocks and dust from the silver sphere’s far side, which never faces Earth. The deputy director of the China National Space Administration, Wu Yanhua, claimed that Russia, US, and China have previously successfully managed to bring lunar substances back to earth. But, now it is the first time that China is looking forward to moving one step ahead to explore and…

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These three metaverse coins you must need to watch this year

metaverse coins

It’s been more than a year that people have rebounded from the COVID19’s punch. People are now working hard to recoup what they lost in last two to three years. In a stunning change of events, investors this year used just about every disadvantage and setback to their advantage as they boldly explored new investment routes to a world of opportunity. While cryptocurrency and bitcoin may be used to make purchases, most people consider it a long-term investment. However, because cryptocurrency is volatile, it’s crucial to understand before investing what…

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