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Google has started upgrading subscribers of its paid storage plan to a simpler and cheaper "Google One" plan with expanded memory across Drive, Gmail and Photos for its users in the US.

Urea production likely to increase 1.6 pc in FY'19 Aug 16 2018 | 19 mins ago

rea production is likely to increase 1.6 per cent to 24.4 million tonne (MT) in 2018-19 financial year on smooth functioning of units, a senior Fertiliser Ministry official said.

Wheat futures soften by 0.75 percent on adequate stocks Aug 16 2018 | 22 mins ago

Wheat prices moved down by 0.75 per cent to Rs 1,990 per quintal in futures market today as speculators cut down holdings, triggered by ample stocks position in the spot market.

India's tobacco exports rise 7% to Rs 1,447.80 cr in Apr-Jun Aug 16 2018 | 28 mins ago

India has exported tobacco worth Rs 1,447.80 crore in the first quarter of the current fiscal, an increase of 7 per cent since last year, mainly to Europe and South East Asia, according to the Tobacco Board.

Amazon considering UK insurance comparison site: Sources Aug 16 2018 | 1 hrs ago

Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) is sounding out some of Europe’s top insurance firms to see if they would contribute products to a UK price comparison website in what would be a major foray by the U.S. online retail giant into the region’s financial services.

China Evergrande invests in project to build world's fastest supercomputer Aug 16 2018 | 1 hrs ago

Property developer China Evergrande Group on Thursday said it will invest 1.65 billion yuan ($239.53 million) into six high-tech projects by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, including one aimed at building the world’s fastest supercomputer.

Aluminium futures fall 0.62 pc on global cues, tepid demand Aug 16 2018 | 1 hrs ago

Aluminium prices declined by 0.62 per cent to Rs 144.45 per kg in futures trading today as speculators cut bets amid weak trend overseas, easing demand at the domestic spot market.

Digital payment firms fight for Hong Kong market Aug 16 2018 | 1 hrs ago

Hong Kong’s shopping districts are well known for their fierce competition. Now, a new battleground is forming as digital payments firms fight for retailers and shoppers.

Copper futures plunge 2.66 pc on weak global cues, low demand Aug 16 2018 | 1 hrs ago

Copper prices drifted down by 2.66 per cent to Rs 405 per kg in futures market today as speculators cut down positions, triggered by a weak trend overseas.