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Waning Demand For iPhone 13s Points To Consumer Caution
Apple just offered a new reason to be worried about the state of the consumer. The company is telling suppliers of waning demand for its iPhone 13. The warning suggests shoppers have either satiated their appetite for new stuff or are uneasy about extravagant purchases in a world of soaring prices and a pandemic that refuses to go away. Throw in the new omicron mutation, and it's a heady mix for shoppers.
Omicron May Cause Reinfections, Fuel A Surge In Cases, Say Experts
This is evident from the steep rise in cases in S Africa where new variant has overtaken Delta as predominant strain in circulation
Strategy to adopt blockchain into govt systems released
MeitY wants states to develop state-specific blockchain apps on shared infra
Omicron, Fed's hawkish tone pull indices down
However, markets see weekly gains for the first time in 3 weeks
CV sales surge 11% YoY in Nov on reopening bounce
Pickup in economic activities, low base from last year help numbers
India's First Two Omicron Cases Detected In K'taka
One is local, another South African national; govt says no need to panic
First 'buy report on Paytm sees firm turning profitableby 2026
Paytm, which has moved wildly since its listing after India's largest initial public offering, has received the first buy rating from a brokerage that expects the company to turn profitable by March 2026.
EU fines Barclays, HSBC, Credit Suisse for forex cartel
EU antitrust regulators on Thursday fined Barclays, Credit Suisse, HSBC, and NatWest €344 million ($390 million) for foreign exchange market rigging, closing a key chapter in a high-profile investigation.
India reaches 40% non-fossil fuel capacity in Nov, 9 years ahead of target
India has achieved the target of 40 per cent of its installed electricity generation capacity being from non-fossil energy sources, an official statement said on Thursday.
Credit card spend crosses ₹1trn first time in amonth
Buoyed by the festival season euphoria, credit card spends for the first time crossed ₹1 trillion in a month in October, revealed the latest figures released by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Thursday.
Facebook Shuts Down Its Facial-Recognition System
Facebook doesn’t point to a single incident that prompted the decision, but it comes as facial-recognition systems (and the social network in general) have come under fire.
Tivoli Audio Model One Digital (Gen. 2)
WHATSAPP PUSHES PRIVACY UPDATE TO COMPLY WITH IRISH RULING
JIM CRAMER'S DECREE: NO MORE LOW-HANGING FRUIT
The CNBC host says he’s bullish on entrepreneurs—because their creativity trumps any challenge.
GM's Exit From India Hits a Roadblock
The long-delayed sale of its plants to a Chinese company faces local labor and political opposition
TWITTER ROLLS OUT REDESIGNED MISINFORMATION WARNING LABELS
Twitter users will soon see new warning labels on false and misleading tweets, redesigned to make them more effective and less confusing.
ELIZABETH DENLEY has been a student of both science and spirituality all her life. Trained as a scientist, she turned her field of inquiry and research skills to the field of meditation and spirituality after starting the Heartfulness practices in the late 80s. Here she shares some thoughts on the importance of selfacceptance.
The New Storytelling:We Are All Indigenous Global Citizens
WAKANYI HOFFMAN is a Global Education Specialist and founder of the African Folktales Project. In Part 2 of her interview with SARA BUBBER, Wakanyi shares the value of storytelling, passing down wisdom through generations, her Kikuyu culture, and how we are all indigenous global citizens.
Google may have built a better iPhone with the Pixel 6
The Pixel 6 isn't just a new phone-it's a whole new outlook.
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