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Apple launches 2018 MacBook Pro with faster processor and T2 chip

Apple launches 2018 MacBook Pro with faster processor and T2 chip

Apple has launched its most awaited 2018 editions of MacBook Pro 13-inch and 15-inch models with Touch Bar. Both the laptops come with 8th-generation Intel Core processors. The 15-inch model comes with 6-core that promises 70 percent faster performance and quad-core on the 13-inch model which claims two times faster performance than its previous generation.

We might soon have cost-effective 3D-printed houses

We might soon have cost-effective 3D-printed houses

With advanced 3D printing, it's possible to print almost everything -- houses included. But will it be possible to print these houses that are energy-efficient, low priced, and requires easily available resources? If not, then 3D printing isn't the solution to solve the massive shortage of housing that exists across the globe for several reasons.

Vebbler raises an undisclosed amount from Nikhil Chinappa, Dino Morea

Vebbler raises an undisclosed amount from Nikhil Chinappa, Dino Morea

Photo sharing app Vebbler has raised an undisclosed amount in pre-Series A funding from former Mu Sigma CEO Ambiga Subramanian, actor and model Dino Morea, and popular VJ Nikhil Chinappa. Other participants in the round were existing investors including Sharad Sharma, Anupam Mittal, Pranav Rai and others. The funds will be used for hiring and marketing.
Government to infuse around 8000 crores in PSBs: Reports

Government to infuse around 8000 crores in PSBs: Reports

According to a report by The Economic Times, the government is planning to infuse around Rs 8,000 crores in five or six public sector banks including the Punjab National Bank, which has been hit by the Nirav Modi scam. The report claims that the government wants to avoid defaults on interest payments by the PSBs, since that will affect their credit ratings.
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