Strict Punishment for Offending Bankers: Australian Prime Minister

Australian Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull intends to bankers and financial advisers to provide advice to customers in a plain language and record those conversations. The prime minister says that too many cases have been found where customers were given a secondary focus and he is not pleased and is disappointed with the outcomes of the…

Advertisement

Top 10 Technology Trends for 2018: IEEE Computer Society Predicts the Future of Tech

The biggest trends in global tech world was predicted in a report by the IEEE Computer Society (IEEE-CS) in their annual report “Future of Tech”. “The Computer Society’s predictions, based on a deep-dive analysis by a team of leading technology experts, identify top-trending technologies that hold extensive disruptive potential for 2018,” said Jean-Luc Gaudiot, IEEE Computer…

Tech Companies Must Take Greater Responsibility Of Social Impacts Of Activities: Alphabet’s Sergey Brin

Greater responsibility needs to be taken by technology companies for the impacts their work has on the society, said Alphabet Inc President Sergey Brin on Friday. This is the first time that he has said anything about on the issue of misuse of digital services that has been raging throughout this year. These comments were…

AICPA Index Shows Americans Reached Record High Of Financial Satisfaction In Q1 Despite Market Volatility

According to the AICPA’s Q1 2018 Personal Financial Satisfaction Index (PFSi). The personal financial satisfaction of Americans reached a new high because of the positive effects of lower taxes even though the stock market was brought down by extreme volatility in the first quarter of 2018. The PFSi increased 1.5 points (6.2 percent) compared to Q4 2017…

TCMC to invest $1.3 billion into its R&D facility in Hsinchu science park

TCMC, the world’s biggest contract chipmakers plans on sinking in $1.3 billion in R&D to research future technologies. On Friday, a spokesman for the world’s largest contract chipmaker, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, stated it is planning to plough in $13.50 billion (T$400 billion) to help expand its research and development capacity for future technologies. Clarifying…

U.S. Administration efforts aimed at mitigating issues arising out of Beijing’s ‘Made in China 2025’

The U.S. Administration is increasingly boosting efforts to tilt, what has so far been so far in recent history, a one-sided affair, of collaboration and forced technology transfer from the U.S. to China. Beijing’s Made in China 2025 industrial policy has opened the administration’s eye to China’s furtive motives of leveraging the dual benefits of…