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  • NYT accuses software firm of running fake degree empire

    KARACHI: The parent company of an infant media conglomerate came under the spotlight on Monday when The New York Times accused it of selling fake diplomas and degrees online through “hundreds of fictitious schools” in the United States...

    The lead story — Fake Diplomas, Real Cash: A Net of Made-Up Schools — by veteran reporter Declan Walsh and carried on the front page of the Times described Axact as a “secretive” Pakistani software...

  • SBP to facilitate software exports

    KARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan has decided to facilitate software exporters by reviewing instructions related to the export of software and removing hurdles, a circular issued by the SBP said on Friday...

    The State Bank regulates movement of foreign exchange to and from Pakistan under the powers conferred on it by the Foreign Exchange Regulation Act...

  • Android software creator unveils ‘Essential’ phone

    SAN FRANCISCO: A creator of the Android software powering smartphones around the world steps into the hardware market with a handset that promises to tackle the clutter, complexity and rapid obsolescence of current devices...

    Google makes Android software — which powers most of the world’s smartphones — available free to device makers...

  • Apple to set up software lab in India

    MUMBAI: Apple Inc will set up a software laboratory in India to help Indian startups and developers working on the company's iOS platform, Apple said hours after Chief Executive Tim Cook began his first official visit to the country...

    The company is also expected to unveil plans to expand its software development centre in the southern city of Hyderabad, also home to Microsoft's first India office, where engineers are working on...

  • NBP pays penalty for flaws in ‘software screening’

    NEW YORK: The National Bank of Pakistan’s (NBP) New York branch was compelled to pay a penalty of $28,800 to the US treasury for apparent violations of US sanctions regime, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday...

    The WSJ said that “the case illustrates how companies can be penalised for violating sanctions, even if the illegal transactions are only processed because of flaws in “screening software...

  • Moon-sighting software

    He told me that he had installed Google Sky Map software...

    The free software has made technology available for a government official to decide about the appearance of the new crescent...

  • NTDC ignores legal advice against buying Rs840m software

    LAHORE: The Board of Directors of National Transmission and Despatch Company has declared public money as the company’s own resources and decided to purchase a Rs840 million software, ignoring the process set by the government and advice of its own director legal and director information technology – who termed the purchase illegal and one of them quit the job in protest...

    According to details, the NTDC board recently floated the...

  • Rangers launch software for security of educational institutions

    KARACHI: The Pakistan Rangers, Sindh, on Saturday launched a software application for the security of educational institutes, with 15 places selected in the city where the immediate response system would initially work...

    Speaking at a press conference at the Rangers headquarters, Colonel Qaiser Khan Khattak said that around 3,000 of the 15,000 educational institutes in Karachi had been registered for security purpose so far...

  • Software being developed for police to block smartphones

    KARACHI: A software programme is being developed to register smartphones along with subscriber identity module (SIM) so that whenever a complaint is received about its loss or theft, that phone also gets blocked, it emerged on Tuesday...

    The move was discussed at a meeting of law-enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies, mobile phone companies and Pakistan Telecommunication Authority representatives...

  • IT software park approved for Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication Anusha Rehman said on Tuesday an information technology software park had been approved for the capital which would help boost export from the country...

    “We are here to help IT, telecom and software companies to improve the volume of export,” the minister said...

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