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The Future of Remote Work: Balancing Flexibility and Productivity

The Future of Remote Work: Balancing Flexibility and Productivity

As the world continues to adapt to the post-pandemic landscape, remote work remains a significant and evolving aspect of our daily lives. Companies and employees alike are navigating the complexities of maintaining productivity, ensuring work-life balance, and fostering a collaborative work environment. This article explores the current state of remote

Cardano: Pioneering the Future of Decentralized Finance

Cardano: Pioneering the Future of Decentralized Finance

We first reported on Cardano back in 2020. Cardano and the Promise of Third Generation Blockchain CryptocurrenciesBlockchain technology has been evolving ever since its creation. There was the initial idea as proposed by the infamous Satoshi Nakamoto when he wrote the white paper that led to the development of the

x86, ARM, RISC-V - Where are we headed with Chip architecture design?

x86, ARM, RISC-V - Where are we headed with Chip architecture design?

When choosing a laptop today, understanding the processor architecture is crucial as it impacts performance, battery life, and software compatibility. The three main architectures you will encounter are ARM, x86, and RISC-V. This article explores the history and key characteristics of these architectures and highlights recent advancements, including Qualcomm'

Ring: A bait-and-switch company?

Ring: A bait-and-switch company?

When your smart devices depend on third-party cloud services, you better have a legally enforceable contract ready. Because even formerly trusted brands like Ring don't offer device feature ownership otherwise.

Arrival: The EV bet of the century?

Arrival: The EV bet of the century?

If you have been an investor in Arrival and owned Arrival stock within the last year, chances are, you lost a lot of money. Is it your fault? We are inclined to say no. On the contrary, we still believe it might be the EV bet of the century.

The Efficient Worker

The Efficient Worker

From AI to Neurotech, tools are all over the place for monitoring worker efficiency. But, will employers gain anything except distrust through such surveillance?

The Oatly Story

The Oatly Story

Oatly has no marketing team. But its creative strategy has been a winner. Is it time to rethink its campaign?

Sunak Strikes a Deal

Sunak Strikes a Deal

The Northern Ireland puzzle may have been put to rest momentarily with the Windsor Framework. Here's a look at what's at stake as news of the new deal breaks.

Thatcher For Today

Thatcher For Today

Margaret Thatcher’s economic policies may not have been as greatly hated by peers or deemed unsuitable for the time had her term been set in the current period. Here’s looking back at the Iron Lady’s days in power.

Choice and Life

Choice and Life

A democratic idea of choice gets pitted against a massive essence such as that of life in the debate over abortion rights

Watching from Afar

Watching from Afar

Europe is closely observing the American election this year. It does not take much to realize that the US-EU relation has been dwindling owing to Trump’s choice of adjectives for the region’s leaders and policies, and the overall lack of consensus over key issues like climate change and

Secularism, Politics, and Everything In-between

Secularism, Politics, and Everything In-between

France’s secularism, laicite as it’s called, prohibits the public expression of religion. Democratic rights also include that to blaspheme. So, it wasn’t out of context or an act of destruction when Samuel Paty displayed controversial cartoons to prove this point in his module on freedom of expression.

A Luck-Bound Deterrence

A Luck-Bound Deterrence

If the fiasco of Hiroshima and Nagasaki weren’t enough to steer the world’s attention towards the damage that nuclear weapons could do and the scale of such damage, the 45 years that followed should have served that purpose. The Cold War between the US and erstwhile-USSR (a term

AUKUS Focus

AUKUS Focus

UK, US, and Australia have signed a submarine deal. But what is Australia's gamble here? Is this a need or a want for the country?

Neom: Reality, Fantasy, and Tribal Lives

Neom: Reality, Fantasy, and Tribal Lives

This article has updates: Neom City UpdateThe construction on Neom has started. We first reported on the project way back in December 2020. Neom: Reality, Fantasy, and Tribal LivesLast week, a visit caused much controversy. While some admitted that such a meeting took place, others made their denial known. Was