Samagra Shiksha Kerala launches training to raise self-esteem of special needs students- The New Indian Express

Samagra Shiksha Kerala launches training to raise self-esteem of special needs students- The New Indian Express
Express News Service KOCHI:  Life is never easy for those with disabilities. Even if the children manage to get an education, many find it difficult to secure a job. The situation is especially very bad in the case of those with 100 per cent disabilities. The question 'What next after school education?' has always been looming large once the children pass out. This question becomes even more pointed in the case of special needs children. As an answer to this question, the Samagra Shiksha Kerala (SSK) launched a vocational rehabilitation programme 'Esteem' under the 2020-2021 'Strengthening Teaching- Learning And Results for States' (STARS) initiative. "This pilot programme, which is the first of its kind in the state, has been designed for the hearing impaired and visually challenged children. However, in the coming years’ other...

Apple Launches New M2-Powered MacBook Air and MacBook Pro

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Apple has announced a new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro powered by the new M2 processor. MacBook Air with M2 The new air is 11.3mm thin, or under half an inch, and weighs only 2.7 pounds. It comes in four finishes and MagSafe which keeps the two Thunderbolt ports free for peripherals instead of needing to use one for charging. It also has a 3.5mm headphone jack that supports high impedance headphones, just like Apple’s other recent computer announcements. The 2022 MacBook Air also has a new liquid retina monitor that is expanded closer to the edge for a larger 13.6-inch display area. Apple says it is 25% brighter (500 nits) with support for one billion colors, too. The design of the display mirrors the MacBook Pro and features the polarizing camera notch. In that notch, the MacBook Air features a new 1080p camera that Apple says has twice the...

Oracle launches Arm-based cloud computing service using Ampere chips

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The company logo for Oracle Corp. is displayed on a screen on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., September 18, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File PhotoOracle Corp (ORCL.N) on Tuesday launched a cloud computing service powered by data center chips from Ampere Computing based on technology from Arm Ltd, the second major cloud company to offer an Arm-based service after Amazon.com's (AMZN.O) Amazon Web Services.Cloud providers are some of the biggest buyers of chips because they rent out the computing power they generate to thousands of other companies. Until recently, however, almost all the chips cloud services bought came from Intel Corp (INTC.O) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD.O) because most business software is written to run on those processors.That began to change in 2018 when Amazon, the largest cloud...

Oracle launches Arm-based cloud computing service using Ampere chips

oracle launches arm based cloud computing service using ampere chips
By Stephen Nellis (Reuters) - Oracle Corp on Tuesday launched a cloud computing service powered by data center chips from Ampere Computing based on technology from Arm Ltd, the second major cloud company to offer an Arm-based service after Amazon.com's Amazon Web Services. Cloud providers are some of the biggest buyers of chips because they rent out the computing power they generate to thousands of other companies. Until recently, however, almost all the chips cloud services bought came from Intel Corp and Advanced Micro Devices because most business software is written to run on those processors. That began to change in 2018 when Amazon, the largest cloud provider, announced a service using its own custom chip made with intellectual property from Arm, the British firm whose technology already underlies most smartphone chips and is steadily...

Oracle launches Arm-based cloud computing service using Ampere chips

oracle launches arm based cloud computing service using ampere chips
By Stephen Nellis (Reuters) - Oracle Corp on Tuesday launched a cloud computing service powered by data center chips from Ampere Computing based on technology from Arm Ltd, the second major cloud company to offer an Arm-based service after Amazon.com's Amazon Web Services. Cloud providers are some of the biggest buyers of chips because they rent out the computing power they generate to thousands of other companies. Until recently, however, almost all the chips cloud services bought came from Intel Corp and Advanced Micro Devices because most business software is written to run on those processors. That began to change in 2018 when Amazon, the largest cloud provider, announced a service using its own custom chip made with intellectual property from Arm, the British firm whose technology already underlies most smartphone chips and is steadily...

Oracle launches Arm-based cloud computing service using Ampere chips

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By Stephen Nellis(Reuters) - Oracle Corp on Tuesday launched a cloud computing service powered by data center chips from Ampere Computing based on technology from Arm Ltd, the second major cloud company to offer an Arm-based service after Amazon.com's Amazon Web Services.Cloud providers are some of the biggest buyers of chips because they rent out the computing power they generate to thousands of other companies. Until recently, however, almost all the chips cloud services bought came from Intel Corp and Advanced Micro Devices because most business software is written to run on those processors.That began to change in 2018 when Amazon, the largest cloud provider, announced a service using its own custom chip made with intellectual property from Arm, the British firm whose technology already underlies most smartphone chips and is steadily making...

Realme launches Dizo, its new tech lifestyle brand with focus on non-mobile gadgets

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Realme has announced its first brand in the tech lifestyle ecosystem. It is called Dizo. Pronounced “dee-zoe”, the new brand from Realme, which itself spun off from Oppo three years back, will act as a name for all AIoT products that the company will be launching going forward. Realme has a growing portfolio of interconnected smart devices, along with lifestyle products such as a tote bag and a backpack. It makes sense Realme wants to give a separate identity to these products to maintain a core focus on phones, but it may be too much for customers.“Urging its consumers to “Be Different”, Dizo wishes to offer technology that complements individuality of a consumer, empowers them, and becomes an extension of their respective personalities,” said Realme, highlighting how Dizo will coexist in the current portfolio of the company. Think of...

Halfords launches exclusive line of gadgets from Scosche – Retail Times

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SCOSCHE – (pronounced skōsh/skohsh) Industries, the #1 Mount Brand and a leading innovator of award-winning consumer technology, powersports and car audio products and accessories, today introduced more than a dozen new, exclusive products in Halfords stores throughout the UK and Ireland.  As part of the enhanced partnership with the UK’s leading retailer of motoring and cycling products and services, Scosche is introducing a line of car mounts for smartphones, Lightning® charging cables, PowerVolt™ car chargers, along with a Bluetooth FM Transmitter, Universal Cassette Adapter, and Audio Adaptor with charging ports, available only at Halfords and halfords.com. In addition to the exclusive line of new products, Scosche is expanding their product offering at all Halfords locations. The dedicated Scosche bay will include their...

CSOP launches cloud computing ETF in Hong Kong | ETF Strategy

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CSOP Asset Management has launched a thematic equity ETF in Hong Kong providing exposure to US and Chinese companies operating in the cloud computing sector. CSOP has launched a new ETF in Hong Kong, targeting cloud computing companies in the US and China. The CSOP Global Cloud Computing Technology Index ETF (3194 HK) has listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (SEHK) and comes to market with around $10 million in assets. It trades in Hong Kong dollars and has ongoing charges estimated to be 1.50%, which includes a management fee of 0.99%. The cloud computing industry has been one of the strongest growing segments of the global technology sector in recent years, a trend that has accelerated during the Covid-19 pandemic. Global research firm Gartner notes that worldwide spending on public cloud services is expected to reach $332 billion in 2021,...