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  • FBR raids NTS office, seizes tax records, computers

    The FBR raided the office of NTS Islamabad — a private entity that has been operating its business under the title of a national organisation — and seized computers and other records...

    Sources told Dawn that the FBR had raided the NTS office to confiscate records pertaining to under-declaration of taxes, and added that the NTS was being investigated for the last three months...

  • Elon Musk on mission to link human brains with computers: report

    Artificial intelligence and machine learning will create computers so sophisticated and godlike that humans will need to implant “neural laces” in their brains to keep up, Musk said in a tech conference last year...

    In March, the Wall Street Journal reported that Musk had launched a company through which computers could merge with human brains...

  • UK hospitals turn away patients after cyber attack cripples computers

    NHS Digital, which oversees hospital cyber security, says the attack used the Wanna Decryptor variant of malware, which holds affected computers hostage while the attackers demand a ransom...

    Pictures posted on social media showed screens of NHS computers with images demanding payment of $300 worth of the online currency Bitcoin, saying: “Ooops, your files have been encrypted!” NHS Digital said the attack “was not specifically...

  • Computers and learning

    Computer skills are essential in today’s technology-based/technology-crazed world and without them you cannot accomplish much; you cannot make the most out of the available time without using computers...

    We use computers all the time, whether it is to Google something we don’t know, to play games or to make a presentation for school...

  • Bail to importer of computers refused

    ISLAMABAD: The special judge (customs) declined to grant bail to an importer of computers, saying that such concessions could not be given to “swindlers and plunderers” of state wealth...

    The petitioner, Naeem Siddiqui, had sought the bail in a case registered against him by the Directorate of Intelligence and Investigation (Inland Revenue) Islamabad for allegedly evading Rs150 million in taxes...

  • China used tiny chips on US computers to steal secrets: report

    The Bloomberg News report said the chips, the size of a grain of rice, were used on equipment made for Amazon, which first alerted US authorities, and Apple, and possibly for other companies and government agencies...

    Citing unnamed US officials, Bloomberg said a unit of the People's Liberation Army were involved in the operation that placed the chips on equipment manufactured in China for US-based Super Micro Computer Inc...

  • Musk shows off progress on interface linking human brains to computers

    Futurist entrepreneur Elon Musk late on Tuesday revealed that his secretive Neuralink startup is making progress on an interface linking brains with computers and said they hope to begin testing on people next year...

    ”Neuralink unveiled an early version of a tiny sensor with hair-thin strands that could be implanted in a brain through a small incision by a robot built for the high-precision task...

  • Laptop ban, protectionism hang over booming air travel industry

    CANCUN: Air travel is heading for a bumper year, but global airline leaders meeting in Mexico are concerned about the impact of an escalating row over laptop bans and rising protectionism...

    It is also worried about what it sees as protectionist rhetoric from Washington and Europe, saying this could temper growth in demand for air travel and freight...

  • Qatar Airways CEO says laptop ban will send militants elsewhere: Irish Times

    Militants would be able to get around a ban on carrying large electronic items into the cabins of planes bound for the United States by travelling from cities not impacted by the ban, Qatar Airways' chief executive was quoted as saying on Friday...

    "We got equity, not taxpayers' money, and we were given enough equity for us to be independent, which we are today, and we have to show profit," he was quoted saying...

  • Six wounded in Somalia airport laptop blast

    MOGADISHU: Six people were wounded Monday when a laptop bomb exploded at an airport in Somalia, police said, the second such attack in recent weeks targeting passenger aircraft...

    The bomb exploded at a checkpoint in the small central town of Beledweyne, some 325 kilometres north of the capital Mogadishu, where last month Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab insurgents claimed responsibility for a bomb attack which ripped a hole in a passenger...

  • Laptop distribution

    After the end of this phase, a line was posted by the HEC on its website saying: “Due to shortage of laptops a merit criterion has been developed for university students to be able to get laptops “...

    So, following that criterion only 10pc of students from each department of a university were selected for the final merit list of laptop distribution...

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