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‘Back to Class’ to raise funds for education

KOCHI: Even though schools in the state have started the academic year with online classes, many students are still unable to attend the same due to the lack of facilities. Many politicians, organisations and actors have come forward to donate equipment towards the cause. Progressive Techies, a socio-cultural organisation of Infopark employees, has come up with the campaign ‘Back to Class’ ... Read More »

The barrier to change for air cargo is not technology, or cash – it’s mindset

The air cargo industry is at something of a crossroads: the past couple of months has presented an opportunity review strategy – with some executives suggesting it is time put cargo at the forefront, rather than passengers, and offer customers an integrator-style model. With a fast-growing e-commerce sector, and business models of the likes of UPS and FedEx proving freight ... Read More »

How To Land A Remote Social Media Manager Role For Travel Brands

Want to work from home or anywhere else in the world, yet at the same time feel that working online is only for those with a massive Instagram following? Keep reading and find out how you can work online and travel the world as a social media manager like Nadine Rohner. A few years ago, Rohner followed her inner voice, ... Read More »

6 Tips for Effective Social Media Marketing

Smart strategy and effective execution in social media are the difference between 🤩 results and 😢 Just about every business uses social media for marketing. But how you use social media makes all the difference. “Every business should be marketing via social media” in addition to other marketing vehicles, says Jessica Yuhara, VP of marketing and director of strategy at Upspring, a ... Read More »

Social media firms to be held liable for advertisements, commissioned content

Social media firms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok will soon be held liable for advertisements and commissioned content on their platforms. They would also be required to specifically tag such content for clear distinction between them and user-generated content. According to the new intermediary guidelines — under works and expected to be notified next month — these platforms ... Read More »

Oppo K3 India Launch Set for Today: Expected Price, Specifications

Oppo K3 is all set to launch in India today. The phone should arrive in Purple and Black gradient finishes and the launch event is set to begin at 6pm IST. The phone was launched in China in May, and it comes with a dual rear camera setup, a pop-up selfie sensor, and an in-display fingerprint scanner. The Oppo K3 ... Read More »

How technology is creating a safer and more environmentally future for mining

Mining has traditionally been a dangerous activity with a heavy environmental cost. But European projects are helping to make it safer and cleaner, by taking existing technologies and applying them to the context of mining. Increasing mine safety The SIMS Project is working on the introduction of drones to mining. “It’s about using drones in the mine and not to ... Read More »

Refresh for the RACGP’s social media guide

A range of general practice teams, consumers and medico-legal organisations were consulted to assist with the update of the guide. Social media in general practice provides recommendations on the professional and safe use of social media in general practice settings – which, the guide states, is ‘paramount’. The updated guide is aimed at practices that are new to social media, but ... Read More »

Precarious pivot point looms for connected-car technology

Toyota has supported the University of Michigan’s work to test dedicated short-range communications technology illustrated in this rendering. BRYAN, Texas — Federal, state and local transportation agencies have spent decades preparing for the arrival of a connected-vehicle communications technology that could potentially thwart crashes and save lives. But when transportation leaders met last week at the Texas A&M Transportation Technology ... Read More »

Microgrants: Education Philanthropy For The Everyman

A $300 gift for books can make a huge difference for a low-income student struggling to stay in school. GETTY We all know the satisfaction of affordable luxuries. A tall latte to go. Some chilled luscious shrimp artfully arranged atop your salad. A donated bus ticket that gets a poor student to college. Okay, you weren’t expecting that last one, and it’s ... Read More »