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“Three of us started exploring VR after leaving our jobs with a small investment and went without any salary for the first 7-8 months. We then got our first project and our journey started from there,” says Ashwin Jaishanker, CEO and co-founder, AutoVRse. By Srinath Srinivasan Bengaluru-based AutoVRse has been developing virtual reality (VR), augmented …

Blinken says US and India united in tackling covid-19 Reuters – US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said at a meeting with Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar on Friday that their two countries were united in tackling the covid-19 pandemic together. Jaishankar, who has spent the past week in the United States seeking help to …

It’s a familiar story. Tens of millions of U.S. workers toil away in insecure, low-paid jobs in retail and services. It seems clear why companies keep wages low: more profits for ownership. Yet several successful firms in these industries — Costco, Trader Joe’s, QuikTrip — pay workers more and are still very profitable. Why don’t …

My dad rang me recently with a technical problem. My dad is the only person in the world who would choose to ring me with a technical problem. I love helping him with his technical problems. This might surprise you, because, as you saw in my last column, I hate technology. I’m truly hopeless with …

Mayor de Blasio at Cornell Tech (photo: Edwin J. Torres/Mayor’s Office) A report released Wednesday provides technological solutions for some of the city’s myriad problems and examines the barriers to their adoption, with the hope of provoking intense debate about urban technology in this year’s municipal election.  The 124-page report, titled “Rebooting NYC: An Urban …

Sir David says the problems that await the world in the next five to 10 years because of climate change are greater than the coronavirus pandemic. His comments come as he is named People’s Advocate for climate change ahead of the UN COP26 summit in Glasgow in November. The meeting is viewed as crucial to …

The Office of Disability Support Services is giving students the opportunity to be heard through a virtual event 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 9 on Zoom. The panel discussion, “Accessibility and Equity Experiences During a Global Pandemic,” will consist of three students and two faculty members discussing possible improvements to accommodate students at Texas …

CHICOPEE – Continual problems with the broadcasting of the City Council meetings have grown so bad that council president Shane D. Brooks sometimes relies on texts from his mother to known when the audio shuts off to the viewing public. Then in the last meeting – which drew a lot of attention and a protest …

Some states have expressed disappointment with the rollout, acknowledging their own issues but also seeking more federal resources amid concerns about the burden they now have to get vaccines into patients’ arms. In several cases, local snafus on the ground have created their own delays, not to mention dangerous and costly mistakes. With no federal …

Need to stay updated on coronavirus news in Texas? Our evening roundup will help you stay on top of the day’s latest updates. Sign up here. Shea Wiedemeyer’s depression crept in slowly. The high school freshman had struggled with some anxiety before schools shut down abruptly in March, but in the isolation of the pandemic, …