Business

WWDC 2017: Apple announces new iMac range

WWDC 2017: Apple announces new iMac range

During the WWDC announcement it was briefly mentioned that MacBooks were also getting updated to Kaby Lake processors. The announcement is one of several refreshes Apple has made to the Mac lineup during its conference, which typically focuses on hardware more than software.


Comey to Congress: President Trump told him

Comey to Congress: President Trump told him "I need loyalty"

Comey said he replied he wanted to serve out his 10-year term and "was not on anybody's side politically". The former director's testimony details several meetings and phone calls he had with Mr Trump following the election. Meanwhile, Democrats have attacked United States intelligence officials for refusing to answer questions publicly about whether Mr Trump asked them to influence the investigation.


Oil Prices Drop 5 Percent after OPEC Meeting in Vienna

Oil Prices Drop 5 Percent after OPEC Meeting in Vienna

Gaining back some of the losses, Brent crude futures were up 0.56 percent to $51.75 per barrel as of 9:45 am GMT on Friday. Meanwhile, the benchmark DAX in Germany was down 53.05 points or 0.42 percent to 12,568.67. The cartel next meets in November. United States oil production has already risen by 10% since the middle of 2016 to over 9.3 million bpd, close to the output of top producers Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia .


Apple just unveiled an iPad with a brand new screen size (AAPL)

Apple just unveiled an iPad with a brand new screen size (AAPL)

Phil Schiller, Apple's SVP of worldwide marketing, said on stage that the product has been in the works for " years ". With this Siri-enabled speaker, Apple is aiming to take on the Google Home and Amazon Alexa speaker. Apple's also adding new photo-editing tools to the Photos App, and there's machine learning technology to detect a person's faces. There will also be a new Translation feature , which will support Chinese, French, German, Italian and Spanish to start with, but ...


Canada to increase military spending 70 percent in 10 years

Canada to increase military spending 70 percent in 10 years

OTTAWA-The federal government is vowing to open the spending taps for Canada's military to pay for improved benefits for rank-and-file personnel, more frontline soldiers, and new hardware, which includes a bigger fleet of fighter jets (88), warships, drones for surveillance and airstrikes, and new capabilities for special forces troops.