About Author : Saif Ali Bepari

Saif Ali Bepari

Saif currently works as a content writer at Algosonline. A Computer Science graduate who has a zest for writing over coding, commenced his journey in the writing industry as a freelancer. Having had a prior freelance experience, he has tinkered with creative writing, technical writing, blog writing, editing, and copywriting. An ambivert by nature, his hobbies include reading, gymming, and taking long walks.



Contribution By Saif Ali Bepari


Qualcomm files fresh lawsuit in San Diego court to sue Apple

In what seems to be a never-ending legal dispute between Apple and Qualcomm, that has been making headlines since January this year, the latter has filed yet another lawsuit against Apple. Qualcomm, in its latest suit, has accused the iPhone maker of...

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Broadcom likely to unveil an unsought proposal to take over Qualcomm

After an unsuccessful acquisition attempt last year, the leading producer of digital and analog semiconductors, Broadcom, in a renewed bid, is reportedly drafting a fresh proposal to acquire the leading chipmaker, Qualcomm Inc. According to sources f...

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Uber-NASA to launch flying taxis in Los Angeles by 2020

After announcing its resolve to establish an on-demand flying taxi service last year, the U.S. based ride-hailing giant, Uber, has now revealed its partnership with NASA to collaborate in building of an unmanned traffic management system at a low alt...

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EU’s vehicle emission propositions to boost electric vehicles sales

While speaking on the mobility and climate change package at a news conference held on Wednesday, European Commission, the executive body of the European Union, proposed stricter car emission targets to boost the roll-out of electric vehicles in the ...

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Apple likely to unveil its first retail store in Saudi Arabia by 2019

In a bid to establish a direct presence and expand its foothold in the Middle East region, the U.S. tech behemoth Apple has been reportedly in licensing talks with Saudi Arabia to launch its first store in the Gulf Kingdom. As reported, the iPhone ma...

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Sanofi to comply with Philippines FDA post Dengvaxia clearance delay

In what may be regarded as a severe blow to the French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi’s expansion plans in South East Asia, the Food and Drug Administration of Philippines has reportedly suspended clearance for the firm’s dengue vaccine Deng...

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Ellgia inks an agreement with Ferrybridge to create energy from waste

The UK based waste and recycling management firm, Ellgia Limited has apparently announced to have secured a contract to supply refuse derived fuel (RDF) to Ferrybridge Multifuel Energy Limited (FM1). As per reliable sources, FM1 would further generat...

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AstraZeneca inks a $538 million sales rights contract with Luye Pharma

The Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical major AstraZeneca has apparently announced to have sold the rights for Seroquel and Seroquel XR treatments, to Luye Pharma for an approximate $538 million. As per reports, the deal is in line with AstraZeneca’s ...

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Vodafone buys broadband & cable assets of Liberty Global for EUR 18bn

In a bid to transform its services portfolio, the British telecommunications behemoth Vodafone has apparently inked an agreement worth EUR 18.4 billion to acquire the broadband and cable TV businesses of Liberty Global in Germany and Eastern Europe. ...

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Walmart to terminate grocery delivery alliances with Lyft & Uber

Walmart, the foremost retail corporation based in U.S., has apparently announced that it plans to very soon end its grocery delivery experiment with ride hailing moguls Lyft and Uber. As per reliable sources, the grocery delivering service, which has...

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Japan car parts maker Yazaki hit with $46mn penalty for cartel conduct

Yazaki Corporation, a Japanese car parts manufacturer, has reportedly been fined with a record penalty of around USD 46 million for anti-competitive cartel conduct by Australia’s Federal Court. As per reliable sources, the company had been accu...

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Apple & Volkswagen join hands to manufacture self-driving vans

Apple has apparently teamed up with the German automotive giant Volkswagen to manufacture self-driving vehicles that would ferry employees across its campuses. As per reliable sources, the latest collaboration would primarily aim at transforming Volk...

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Siemens-Knikatnu tie-up to propose a micro LNG plant at Houston

The German industrial manufacturing giant, Siemens AG, has revealed in its recent announcement that it plans to build a modular ‘micro’ liquified natural gas facility at Houston. The construction will apparently come to fruition in partne...

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McDonald’s to expand its outlet portfolio with self-service kiosks

The fast-food giant McDonald’s Corporation has apparently revealed in its recent announcement that it plans to increase the number of outlets with self-service kiosks. As per reliable sources, the Illinois based company would install these self...

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Ofgem proposes flexible charging to support electric cars revolution

Ofgem, the UK energy regulator, has apparently recommended numerous reforms such as flexible charging to boost the electric cars revolution. According to trusted sources, the implementation of these reforms could allow a minimum of 60% more vehicles ...

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GSK’s two-drug HIV treatment clears key clinical assessments

GlaxoSmithKline, a British pharmaceutical company, has announced through clinical study results that their two-drug HIV treatment works just as well as the conventional triple therapy, even for individuals with comparatively high levels of the virus ...

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RideOS raises USD 25 million to advance roll out of self-driving cars

RideOS, a cloud-based transportation management and mapping platform, has revealed in a recent announcement to have raised $25 million in Series B funding round. Apparently, the round was led by Next47, a global venture firm backed by Siemens, along ...

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USDA FSIS awards pathogen detection device usage contract to 3M

The U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Services (USDA FSIS) has reportedly awarded a contract to 3M Corporation for the use of pathogen detection kits for food safety. Polly Foss, Global VP for Food Safety, 3M stated that bein...

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3D Systems & GF Machining team up to develop factory of the future

South Carolina based 3D Systems has reportedly announced a partnership with GF Machining Solutions with the aim of redefining how manufacturers think about their manufacturing setup. Sources cite that the new manufacturing solutions will include prac...

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Nova Scotia inks a $286 million deal for home care and mental health

The province of Nova Scotia has reportedly announced to have signed a bilateral deal for home care and mental health in Halifax. As per the terms of the agreement, Nova Scotia would receive $286 million for over 10 years from Ottawa. Sources familia...

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OSN and Huawei team up to deliver IPTV solution in the Middle East

OSN has reportedly announced to have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China’s Huawei Technologies, a leading provider of information and communication technology devices. As per trusted sources, the strategic partnership between ...

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EE’s latest plan allows customers to upgrade their devices anytime

The British mobile network operator EE has reportedly launched ‘Upgrade Anytime’ plans which allow customers to upgrade their phones before their 24-month contract expires. Sources reported that in order to enhance the deal, EE is allowin...

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Ryanair accuses UK air traffic controller NATS of discrimination

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair has reportedly accused NATS, the UK air traffic control provider, of discrimination against the London Stansted airport, the largest base of the carrier. As per trusted sources, Ryanair claimed that the figures publishe...

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British Airways unveils codeshare agreement with India’s Vistara

UK’s largest airline, The British Airways, recently announced a codeshare agreement with Indian domestic airline firm, Vistara, a move that would allow passengers to book flights directly to London from destinations currently operated by the In...

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Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma to step down as chairman in September 2019

The Co-founder and Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group Jack Ma reportedly announced that he intends to retire next year in September. Reports cite, Ma plans to hand over the reins of the company to Daniel Zhang, the current Chief Executive. Reported...

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Solar Alliance completes 22.6 KW project for AAMCO with REAP grant

Solar Alliance Energy has reportedly announced to have installed a 22.6-kW solar system for AAMCO automotive service center located in Lebanon, Tennessee. As per trusted sources, the project was awarded the USDA Rural Energy for America Program (REAP...

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Newtec & Arabsat expand partnership to launch new HTS service

Satellite equipment expert Newtec has reportedly expanded its long-term partnership with Middle Eastern satellite operator Arabsat by signing a new multi-million dollar contract. As per trusted sources, the contract will help the companies launch ne...

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Alibaba acquires more than 33% stake of hypermarket operator Sun Art

In its relentless efforts to expand its footprint in the brick and mortar retail space, Alibaba Group Holding Limited has now acquired more than one-third of Sun Art Retail Group, regarded as China’s largest hypermarket stores operator. Since t...

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Blackberry to pay Nokia $137 million to settle a contract dispute

In what seems to be an endless legal dispute between Nokia and Blackberry, that has been hitting the headlines since February this year, the latter has now been pulled up by the International Court of Arbitration by ordering it to pay $137 million to...

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J&J Innovation provides S$5m in World Without Disease Research Grants

In its persistent efforts to accelerate the pace of life science research around the world, Johnson & Johnson Innovation has recently announced the names of three contestants that would receive S$5.1 million for three yeorder to support innovatio...

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Coolpad penetrates wearables sector via partnership with Qualcomm

At the ongoing Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018, China based smartphone manufacturer Coolpad has apparently announced that it has paired up with renowned chipmaker Qualcomm to enter the smart wearable gadgets market. As per reliable sources, the smar...

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Ingevity acquires Georgia-Pacific’s pine chemicals business

Renowned specialty chemicals and high-performance carbon materials manufacturer, Ingevity Corporation, has recently announced to have acquired pine chemicals business unit of Georgia-Pacific. Reportedly, the latest takeover is likely to complement th...

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Organic ice cream industry progression to be characterized by extensive product upgradation bids, technological advancements to alter the industry landscape

The traditional ice cream vendors have been encountering challenges in terms of commercialization potential, of late. However, organic ice cream industry, with its massive penetration across a multitude of geographies, is sending out waves of anticip...

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Strawberries grown in vertical farms debut in Singapore markets

Sus-tenir Agriculture, an agricultural company in Singapore, has apparently announced the launch of its vertical farm-grown strawberries across selected supermarkets in the nation. Speaking on the sidelines of a visit to an R&D lab of the firm, ...

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Geely plans to invest close to $2 billion on the revival of Lotus car

Geely, a Chinese automotive manufacturing company, has reportedly made plans to invest a minimum amount of 1.5 billion pounds (USD 1.9 billion) in a bid to revive the famous British automotive brand Lotus. According to sources familiar with the deal...

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HSBC & Barclays initiate investments in green finance projects

In a significant push toward the sustainable financing, leading banks HSBC and Barclays made separate announcements, on Monday, to endorse and encourage environmentally viable projects in a big way. In the latest bid to foster clean energy projects ...

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Adidas rolls out its first shopping app in San Francisco

The German sports behemoth, Adidas, unveiled its first shopping app at the world’s largest software conference, Dreamforce 2017, which is being held in downtown San Francisco from November 6-9. The announcement, made by the CEO of Adidas, came ...

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Vodafone-Cityfibre deal shudders the fibre industry in UK

The British telecommunications giant, Vodafone has announced its partnership with the UK’s largest wholesale fibre network infrastructure provider, Cityfibre to build a full fibre network which is expected to reach 5m homes by 2025. The move, b...

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Shell significantly divests a stake of AUD 2.2 billion in Woodside

Royal Dutch Shell PLC has slashed its holding in Woodside Petroleum to 4.8% from 13.28%, in its latest bid to boost its non-core disposal program that aims to alter its stake from being an associate holding to an investment in securities in the latte...

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Airbus clinches a record 430-jet deal with Indigo Partners

One of the most significant aerospace events in the world, the Dubai Airshow, is set to incorporate its order book with a mammoth aircraft deal. The European aeronautical giant, Airbus SE, has confirmed that it has clinched an order of 430 jets, by a...

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The Imperial-led joint venture calls it quits on Mackenzie gas project

The eagerly anticipated but much-delayed Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline Project has finally been canceled. According to a recently posted press release on the website of Imperial Oil, one of the largest petroleum refining companies of Canada, the part...

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Toshiba-Atheer to launch AR platform in smart technologies industry

In its persistent efforts to solidify its presence in the sustainable and smart technologies market, Atheer has recently announced to have teamed up with Toshiba to develop an Augmented Reality software platform. As per reliable reports, the enterpri...

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Nest to install 1M smart thermostats in low-income US households

In an attempt to decrease the energy expenditure of low income households in the United States, Nest Labs, Inc has recently announced to install as many as 1 million of its smart thermostats at negligible or zero cost in these homes over the ensuing ...

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ST Aerospace-Vietnam Airlines’ JV to fuel regional aviation industry

Vietnam Airlines, the flag carrier of Vietnam, has apparently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Singapore headquartered ST Aerospace to boost its aviation operations. As per reliable reports, the latest agreement was signed at the V...

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Oath Inc signs distribution agreement with electronics giant Samsung

Oath Inc, a subsidiary of the U.S. based telecommunications conglomerate Verizon Communications Inc, has apparently announced to have inked an agreement with electronics and media industry leader Samsung. According to reliable sources, the deal would...

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FCC approves Hydro One’s merger with U.S. energy industry firm Avista

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has apparently accorded its approval to conclude a pivotal merger agreement in the energy industry. Sources cite that the approval has been granted to the deal between the electricity transmission and ...

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Google launches open-source framework to secure data in the cloud

In a bid to reinforce its stance in electronics and media industry, the American multinational tech giant Google has recently launched an open source framework for confidential computing. As per reliable reports, the cloud computing framework, named ...

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Philips’ high-tech investment bids to push healthcare industry trends

In an attempt to scale up its adoption of artificial intelligence in a variety of medical offerings, Royal Philips NV has now focused on investing heavily in the healthcare industry. As per reliable sources, the Netherlands based technology giant, th...

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Royal Dutch Shell plans to make a comeback in polymers industry

Touted as the world’s foremost oil and natural gas major, Royal Dutch Shell has apparently decided to re-enter the polymers and advanced materials industry by constructing a gigantic petrochemicals complex in the state of Pennsylvania. As per r...

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Chinese electronics giant Sogou unveils Smart Recording Translator

Regarded as one of most prominent leader and innovators of China electronics and media industry, Sogou Inc., has recently announced the commencement of the sales of one of its appliances. As per reliable sources, this AI-powered portable translation ...

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Automotive industry behemoth Nissan forays into home energy space

Nissan, the Japanese automotive and transportation market leader, has apparently unveiled its first stand-alone solar, storage and vehicle charging system without any assistance of traditional utilities. As per reliable sources, the system consists o...

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German polymer maker launches digital channels, goes big in e-commerce

Covestro, regarded as among the world’s leading firms in polymers and advanced materials industry, has apparently unveiled two digital distribution channels to meet the requirements of altering business procurement behaviors and capture new cus...

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Nestle Japan develops healthcare nutrition service for aging societies

Nestle Japan, a subsidiary of the Switzerland-headquartered food and beverages firm, has apparently announced its new healthcare platform to offer consumers with nutritional advice based on their dietary habits and results of DNA and blood tests. As ...

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Automotive major Nissan cuts production by 20% in North America

In a bid to deal with the dwindling profitability quotient, the Nissan Motor Company Limited has apparently announced to slash vehicle production by as much as 20 percent in North America. As per reliable sources, the Japanese automotive and transpor...

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Eindhoven to be the world’s first city with habitable 3D-printed homes

In an attempt to revolutionize the construction sector, the Netherlands-headquartered real estate firm Van Wijnen has apparently announced that it intends to build the world’s first habitable homes using 3D printing technology. As per reliable ...

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Green Bay Packaging invests $580M, expands Brown County operations

Green Bay Packaging Inc., the leading pulp and paper manufacturer headquartered in Wisconsin, has apparently revealed in a recent announcement that it aims to construct a new paper mill adjacent to its existing facility in the city of Green Bay. As p...

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Oil & gas major Eni ties up with GE to build a 50-MW wind farm

Eni SpA, regarded as the leader across Italy oil and gas industry, has apparently revealed in a recent announcement that it would join hands with the United States based multinational conglomerate, General Electric, to set up a 50 MW wind project in ...

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Prudential & Babylon team up to provide AI-powered healthcare in Asia

Prudential Corporation Asia, a subsidiary of Prudential plc, has announced to have inked a strategic partnership with Babylon Health to offer accessible & affordable healthcare across the Asian continent through digital healthcare services. As pe...

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Ensign kicks off a C$947 million bid to take over Trinidad Drilling

Ensign Energy Services Inc. is reportedly offering its Calgary-based cross-town neighbor and competitor Trinidad Drilling Ltd. an amount of $1.68 per share. The company aims to commence a hostile C$470-million bid to take over the Trinidad Drilling. ...

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CSIRO unveils roadmap for hydrogen energy industry in Australia

Australian scientific research federal government agency, CSIRO has reportedly unveiled a new blueprint to build a hydrogen energy industry in Australia. As per trusted sources, the research agency aims to establish Australia as the hydrogen leader o...

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Water companies submit plans to cut prices across England and Wales

Water companies have reportedly laid out plans to slash bills for millions of households in England and Wales. As per trusted sources, companies like United Utilities and Severn Trent have announced plans to reduce leaks and cut the average bill by 5...

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Equatorial Guinea set to launch new oil & gas bid round in January

Equatorial Guinea has reportedly announced that it will be launching a new bidding round for oil & gas exploration in the first quarter of 2019. According to reports, the bidding round would be for oil & gas exploration specifically in the on...

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