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  • RFID barriers to be installed at Islamabad's entry points

    Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan directed Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) on Thursday to install radio frequency identification device (RFID) barriers at all entry and exit points of the federal capital by the end of May...

    Nisar instructed the Nadra chairman to also work on dovetailing the RFID system with facial recognition technology for enhanced security and facilitation purposes...

  • Apple to show off new iPhones, Apple TV

    CUPERTINO: Apple is expected to unveil a pair of new handsets at an event in San Francisco on Wednesday (today) analysts say, in addition to showing off a larger iPad and an updated Apple TV...

    When Apple executives take the stage at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, investors will be scrutinising their plans for the next generation of the iPhone, which drove nearly two-thirds of the company's $49...

  • Apple co-founder says Apple Card algorithm gave wife lower credit limit

    Apple Inc co-founder Steve Wozniak joined in the online debate over accusations of gender discrimination by the algorithm behind the iPhone maker's credit card, fuelling scrutiny of the newly launched Apple Card...

    The criticism started on Thursday, after entrepreneur David Heinemeier Hansson railed against the Apple Card in a series of Twitter posts, saying it gave him 20 times the credit limit his wife received...

  • Change of venue on the cards for Pakistan-India clash

    LAHORE: The much-anticipated ICC World T20 match between Pakistan and India, scheduled to be held in Dharamshala, is most likely to be shifted to another venue after the chief minister of Himachal Pradesh state offered a cold shoulder to the two-member security delegation of Pakistan which is in India to assess the situation and security arrangements...

    Reports further said that the people in Dharamshala and adjoining areas remained...

  • Health cards will not end Pakistan's healthcare nightmare

    The health ministry recently announced a plan to issue health cards to underprivileged Pakistanis with hopes of ameliorating healthcare within the country...

    While this effort offers a degree of financial relief, it unfortunately fails to address the greater problems that plague Pakistan's healthcare system: the shortage of doctors and sub-standard facilities...

  • Pakistan squash coaches denied accreditation cards for SAG

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan squash team left for India on Wednesday without its two coaches as they were denied accreditation cards by Indian authorities...

    “Yes, Sattawat Babar, coach of the female team, and I were not given accreditation cards by Indian authorities,” said legendary squash player Fahim Gul, the coach of national men’s team...

  • Pakistan, Iran central banks’ deal on the cards

    LAHORE: An agreement between the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) and the Central Bank of Iran will be signed soon, allowing Pakistani and Iranian traders to settle their claims through the two central banks, SBP Governor Ashraf Mahmood Wathra said on Friday...

    Mr Wathra said the credit-to-GDP ratio is correlated with the tax-to-GDP ratio in both Pakistan and India...

  • IMF bailout on the cards for Pakistan's next government: analysts

    Read: What awaits the next setup“The most important (challenge) will be how to protect Pakistan's balance of payments, how to build Pakistan's foreign exchange reserves and how to fix its fiscal position,” he told AFP...

    China has also made progress on the multi-billion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)...

  • Exciting finals on the cards at Pakistan Open squash today

    KARACHI: The US $71,000 Pakistan Open Squash Championship reached its climax after the top two men’s and women’s seeds set up title clashes as expected at the DA Creek Club’s Asif Nawaz Squash Complex on Saturday...

    Gawad, 27, who got a first round bye, had overcome Pakistan’s Tayyab Aslam in four games in 37-minutes in the second round and conjured up straight victory over fellow Egyptian Mazen Gamal in 29-minutes...

  • Pakistan Origin Cards proposed for expats holding foreign nationality

    In its previous meeting, members had met to decide whether Pakistanis living abroad, especially in the European countries, should be given the facility of Pakistan Origin Cards (POC) to enable them to return to their country to attend weddings and funerals, and to be able to purchase properties...

    However, Senator Sajjad Turi, who had raised this issue of public importance, saw no harm in issuing POCs to the Pakistanis who had...

  • Apple cuts prices, screen sizes for new iPhone, iPad

    CUPERTINO: Apple went small — cutting prices as well as screen sizes — unveiling a new iPhone and iPad aimed at reaching more customers and boosting replacements, at a low-key product unveiling on Monday...

    The new launches came as Apple geared for a high-profile court battle with the US government on encryption and data protection, with chief executive Tim Cook claiming that protecting privacy is an obligation for the tech giant... ...

  • Alphabet passes Apple as world’s biggest company — now what?

    NEW YORK: Even before it became a household name, Google parent Alphabet has become the world’s most valuable company, vaulting past Apple in a sign of an evolving technology landscape...

    On Wall Street Tuesday, Alphabet’s shares reflected a market capitalisation to $547 billion following its strong earnings report while Apple’s value declined to $530bn with a modest dip in trading...

  • US may not need Apple's help to crack iPhone

    LOS ANGELES: The US government said Monday it may have found a way to crack the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino attackers without Apple's help, possibly avoiding a showdown with the tech giant...

    “With this goal in mind, the FBI has continued in its efforts to gain access to the phone without Apple's assistance, even during a month-long period of litigation with the company...

  • Samsung, Apple keep top market share

    WASHINGTON: Samsung and Apple maintained their leadership in the smartphone market in early 2017 while Chinese-based Huawei’s strong growth cemented its number three position, a market tracker said Thursday...

    ”Reith said the 2017 market will feel the impact of the new Samsung Galaxy S8 flagship handset, and a widely expected announcement from Apple for its new iPhone later this year...

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