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  • Exports of computer services increase by 32pc

    The export of computer services grew over 30 per cent year-on-year to over $111 million during the first two months of 2017-2018, according to the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS)...

    According to data collected by the PBS, as export of services grew by 32
  • Computer science teachers without salaries for five months

    ISLAMABAD: Owing to the negligence of the Planning Commission and the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE), scores of computer science teachers and their subordinate staff in various educational institutions could not be paid salaries for five months...

    Sources said due to the non-payment of salaries the computer science teachers, computer lab in-charges and attendants were performing duties halfheartedly, badly affecting the...
  • Computer data at FIFA HQ seized by Swiss prosecutors

    LAUSANNE: FIFA has handed over computer data to Swiss police investigating the 2018 and 2022 World Cup votes and suspended bidding for the 2026 tournament as it remained at the centre of a football corruption storm...

    Brazilian legend Zico, meanwhile, became the first person to officially declare himself a candidate to take over football's scandal-tainted world governing body from Sepp Blatter
  • Police seek computer record of Baldia factory employees

    KARACHI: A sessions court was informed on Saturday that reinvestigation was being conducted in the Baldia garment factory fire case...

    The industrial unit owner, Abdul Aziz Bhaila, and his two sons Arshad Bhaila and Shahid Bhaila, general manager Mansoor and three gatekeepers Fazal Ahmed, Arshad Mehmud and Ali Mohammad were arrested for the killing of over 250 workers in the factory blaze in September 2012
  • Rare Apple computer dumped by woman sold for $200,000

    SAN FRANCISCO: A Silicon Valley recycling company disclosed on Monday that it was looking for a woman who dropped off a rare Apple computer subsequently snapped up by a collector for $200,000...

    The woman didn’t leave her name or ask for a receipt when she dropped off a box of unwanted gadgets, including a first-generation Apple I computer considered a coveted collectable by computer history buffs
  • Computer training for prisoners

    LAHORE: The COMSATS has awarded certificates to 12 prisoners on completion of four-month training in computer technology and and graphic design at the District Jail, Kot Lakhpat...

    Salman Farooq, Federal Ombdusman, awarded the certificates
  • PIA computer system collapse affects flights

    KARACHI: The computer system of the Pakistan International Airlines broke down on Monday morning, triggering cancellation of several flights of the national flag carrier and causing hardship to passengers, it was reliably learnt...

    Talking to Dawn, PIA spokesperson Mashhood Tajwar said that the computer system at a US-based company had been affected and as the PIA’s system was linked to it, it also malfunctioned for around four to five...
  • Policing: Lone wolves behind computer screens

    Alone-wolf terrorist is one who commits violent acts in support of a group, a movement, or an ideology, but who does so alone, outside of any command structure and without material assistance from any group...

    Counter terrorism experts always miss a heartbeat when it comes to what to do with lone wolves, because in the age of explosive content, bombings and killings are often birthed through the midwife of social media
  • Computer draws first blood in clash with Go grandmaster

    SEOUL: A Google-developed supercomputer stunned South Korean Go grandmaster Lee Se-Dol by taking the first game of a five-match showdown between man and machine in Seoul on Wednesday...

    After about 3-1/2 hours of play, Lee, one of the greatest players of the ancient board game in the modern era, resigned when it became clear the AlphaGo computer had taken an unassailable lead
  • Non-payment of salaries threatens survival of school computer labs

    ISLAMABAD: Eleven school computer labs may not be functional after the summer break as employees, awaiting their salaries for the last seven months, have threatened to quit their jobs...

    A computer teacher, Saqib Hanif, is among 89 other employees hired by the Federal Directorate for Education (FDE) in 2012 to run school computer labs
  • Game over! Computer wins series against Go champion

    SEOUL: A Google-developed computer programme won its best-of-five match-up with a South Korean Go grandmaster on Saturday, taking an unassailable 3-0 lead to score a major victory for a new style of "intuitive" artificial intelligence (AI)...

    The programme, AlphaGo, took a little over four hours to secure its third consecutive win over Lee Se-Dol -- one of the ancient game's greatest modern players with 18 international titles to his name
  • Computer wins series against Go champion

    SEOUL: A Google-developed computer programme took an unassailable 3-0 lead in its match-up with a South Korean Go grandmaster on Saturday — marking a major breakthrough for a new style of “intuitive” artificial intelligence (AI)...

    The programme, AlphaGo, secured victory in the five-match series with its third consecutive win over Lee Se-Dol — one the ancient game’s greatest modern players with 18 international titles to his name
  • US visa processing back to normal after computer glitch

    WASHINGTON: US visa processing has returned to full strength after hardware problems, the State Department said on Monday, noting that 410,000 visas were issued in a week as officials scrambled to clear a huge backlog...

    Deputy spokesman Mark Toner said the State Department does “regret the inconvenience to travellers who are waiting for visas as well as their families and US businesses that have been affected by this problem”
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