Samsung Likely to Report 15 Percent YoY Rise in Server Chip Profits, Analysts Say

Samsung is likely to turn in its best April-June profit since 2018 with a 15 percent year-on-year rise, as lingering demand for its memory chips from server customers offsets lower sales to inflation-hit smartphone makers. Operating profit for the world’s biggest smartphone and memory-chip maker likely jumped to KRW 14.46 trillion (roughly Rs. 88,000 crore) in … Read more

PS5 to Overtake PS4 Install Base in Year 4, as Sony Eyes More PC and Mobile PlayStation Titles

Sony said it plans to ramp up production of its PlayStation 5 console as supply chain snarls ease, and signalled a radical broadening of its games portfolio, including more titles on PC and mobile. The PS5, which went on sale in November 2020, undersold its predecessor in its second year due to component shortages which … Read more

Apple Supplier Foxconn Suspends Production at 2 China Factories Due to COVID-19 Spread

Apple’s prime supplier Foxconn Technology Group halted operations at two of its factories in eastern China’s Kunshan after new COVID-19 cases were reported on site, the South China Morning Post reported on Monday. The operations at those plants have been suspended since Wednesday last week, with all employees confined to dormitories inside, the report said. … Read more

Apple to Require Employee Proof of COVID-19 Booster: Report

Apple will require retail and corporate employees to provide proof of a COVID-19 booster shot, The Verge reported on Saturday, citing an internal email. Starting January 24, unvaccinated employees or those who haven’t submitted proof of vaccination will need negative COVID-19 tests to enter Apple workplaces, the report said. The Verge said it was not immediately … Read more

Apple to Require Employee Proof of COVID-19 Booster: Report

Apple will require retail and corporate employees to provide proof of a COVID-19 booster shot, The Verge reported on Saturday, citing an internal email. Starting January 24, unvaccinated employees or those who haven’t submitted proof of vaccination will need negative COVID-19 tests to enter Apple workplaces, the report said. The Verge said it was not immediately … Read more

RT-PCR test near me, price, how to check RT-PCR test report online, and more questions answered | 91mobiles.com

RT-PCR test report has again made a comeback amidst rising cases of coronavirus in India. Several states have made it mandatory to produce an RT-PCR test report, mostly in airports, even if you are vaccinated. This has been done to ensure that a person entering the state is not carrying the virus, and even if … Read more

Drone delivers vaccines to remote Maharashtra village, covers 40-minute journey in just 9 minutes | 91mobiles.com

On Thursday, a batch of 300 COVID-19 vaccines was transported from the Jawhar to Zaap village, situated in rugged terrain. According to officials, it usually takes 40 minutes to travel between Jawhar to Zaap village, but the delivery was done in just nine minutes thanks to the drone, a difference of over 77 percent. As … Read more

Microsoft Employees Saw 10 Percent Increase in Average Workweek During Pandemic, Study Reveals

The coronavirus-induced pandemic forced the world to adapt to a new normal and organisations across the globe transitioned to a work-from-home setup. While this allowed for people to work from the safety and comforts of their homes, a study revealed that remote work has its fair share of pitfalls too. To determine its effects and … Read more

Battlefield 2042 Release Date Delayed Nearly a Month to November 19

Battlefield 2042 has been delayed — the rumours were true. EA has announced that the next Battlefield game has been pushed back nearly a month, from October 22 to November 19, owing to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that has delayed the return of its development staff to offices. While EA DICE and its co-developers had … Read more

Lenovo Rides Work-From-Home Demand to Beat Q1 Profit Expectations

China’s Lenovo Group, the world’s biggest maker of personal computers, on Wednesday posted a better-than-expected jump in first-quarter profit as COVID-19 curbs continued to spur work-from-home demand. Shares in the company rose by as much as 9.7 percent after its results, and were on course for their biggest daily percentage gain since March 30. Profit … Read more