• Technology

    1 Out Of 4 People In India Have Faced Cyber Threats Up To March 2024

    Last Updated: May 18, 2024, 14:00 IST Quite a few people have faced cyber threats in the first three months of 2024. Cyber threats are a big menace in India and it seems the malware issues are plaguing more people than we imagined. Nearly one in four Indians faced hacking attacks in the first quarter (January-March period) this year, as malware continues to be a major cyber threat, a report showed on Friday. In the quarterly data released by global security company Kaspersky, 22.9 percent of web users in the country were attacked by web-borne threats. About 20.1 percent users…

  • Tours Travel

    ‘Hush vacations’ trend as remote workers slip off for getaways without telling the boss

    Join Fox News for access to this content Plus special access to select articles and other premium content with your account – free of charge. Please enter a valid email address. By entering your email and pushing continue, you are agreeing to Fox News’ Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, which includes our Notice of Financial Incentive. To access the content, check your email and follow the instructions provided. Having trouble? Click here. Remote workers seem to have lots of perks these days, including a commute-less job, a favorable work-life balance and the ability to save on a business wardrobe…

  • Arts Entertainments

    Where to buy last-minute Slam Dunk Festival 2024 tickets now | Music | Entertainment

    Slam Dunk Festival 2024 promises to be one of the biggest events of the year. Although it is one of the smaller festivals in the year, it has arguably one of the most robust and unique event line-ups in the UK. And, considering the two-day festival is taking place next weekend, on Saturday May 25, and Sunday May 26, 2024, your time to buy tickets is running out. It’s not one you’re going to want to miss, either, Headlining the event is You Me At Six at their final UK festival performance of all time before they split up. On…

  • Auto

    CII Annual Business Summit: Not Just Tesla, We’re Expecting Good Response From Several EV Makers, Says DPIIT Secretary Rajesh Kumar Singh

    New Delhi, May 18 : While all eyes are on Elon Musk-run Tesla to make its entry into India, the government is expecting a good response from several automobile majors on the electric-vehicle (EV) policy, Rajesh Kumar Singh, Secretary in the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT), said on Saturday. Last month, the tech billionaire said he would not visit India amid crucial Tesla quarterly results, as he delayed his visit to the later part of the year to announce his investment plans. “Everybody talks about one company (Tesla), but we are expecting responses from many companies to…

  • Business

    Alice Stewart, CNN political commentator, dies at 58

    Alice Stewart, a CNN political commentator and veteran political adviser who worked on a number of GOP presidential campaigns, has died at age 58, the news network reported Saturday. Police in northern Virginia told CNN that Stewart’s body was found outdoors in the Bellevue neighborhood early Saturday morning and that no foul play was suspected. Officials believe Stewart suffered a medical episode, according to CNN. In an email to staff, the network’s CEO Mark Thompson called Stewart “a very dear friend and colleague to all of us at CNN.” “A political veteran and an Emmy Award-winning journalist who brought an…

  • Cryptocurrency

    This Crypto Trader Just Sold All His Bitcoin For Altcoins Like Cardano And XRP, Here’s Why

    Crypto expert Michaël van de Poppe recently revealed that he had sold all his Bitcoin and rotated his capital to altcoins. The analyst explained the reason for this move and remarked that he was doing this to acquire more of the flagship crypto later on. Why This Analyst Swapped His Bitcoin For Altcoins In an X (formerly Twitter) post, Van de Poppe explained that altcoins have been “crushed unreasonably hard.” As such, he believes things can only improve from here on, noting that the “upside (for these altcoins) can’t be denied.”  Related Reading Based on his explanation, the analyst suggested…

  • Education

    8 Things Teachers Need if We Want To Save Education in 2024

    To say that education has been a roller coaster lately is putting it mildly. Even in just the past five years, the educational landscape is barely recognizable. The pandemic flipped our classrooms upside down, thrusting teachers into the virtual world and then back to in-person, creating a whole new dynamic in how we teach and connect with students. The way we use technology has evolved, and attendance patterns have definitely changed. To save public education, teachers need more than just our gratitude. They need robust support systems and serious changes in policy. Let’s take a look at how we got…

  • Finance

    Biden’s Chinese EV tariffs don’t address national security concerns

    President Biden’s move to quadruple tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles isn’t meant to head off any potential national security threats posed by internet-connected vehicles made in China, but some political leaders in the president’s own party think those concerns shouldn’t be overlooked. The tariff hike was designed to keep China from undercutting U.S. automakers with a flood of EVs that cost a fraction of those produced by American companies. Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio and other Democrats have urged the president to ban Chinese EVs altogether because they fear Chinese-produced consumer devices could be used to hurt Americans through hacking…

  • Gaming

    MS Dhoni quietly disappears amid RCB’s emotional celebrations after CSK crash out; act fuels speculations about future

    The match between Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bengaluru on Saturday evening was billed as ‘the last dance’. In the sense that this was quite possibly the last time MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli would share the field together. Since it was a virtual knockout, a victory for one meant heartbreak for another. Usually, it’s easier to pick one, but in this case, even the most real, truest cricket fans were torn. If CSK won, it would mean another year of despair for Kohli, and if RCB emerged triumphant, it would mark the great man’s final appearance as a…

  • Legal Law

    One Month Before the Release of “The Indispensable Right” and Early Reviews are In – JONATHAN TURLEY

    We are now exactly one month from the release of my new book, The Indispensable Right: Free Speech in an Age of Rage. I am happy to share the reviews from writers, academics, journalists, and civil libertarians of the book, which is available for pre-order here. Those ordering now will have the first prints shipped to them on June 18th. I am deeply grateful to these early reviewers for their generous comments about the book. It is meant to offer a comprehensive look at the meaning, history, and current threats to free speech in America. While it may displease or…