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She said that Chief Minister Narendra Modi has announced a budgetary allocation of rupees 600 crore for the all-round development of Junagadh and the surrounding areas He wanted visionary persons who could shape development processand picked up eminent people from the city as the partys candidates for the JMC electionshe added For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUsing Facebook makes people sadder at least according to some research But just what is it about the social network that takes a hit on our mood A study of the different ways of interacting with the site now offers an answer: Grazing on the content of other people’s idealized lives may make reality painful Scientists have long debated Facebook’s impact on users’ in-the-moment mood as well as their deeper satisfaction with life Some studies have found that the site makes us happier; others sadder One of the problems is that most studies were cross-sectional taking a snapshot of people at one point of time But that makes it difficult to separate our use of Facebook from the many other factors known to affect well-being from overwork to romantic meltdowns An August 2013 study led by Ethan Kross a psychologist at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor sidestepped this problem by studying people’s use of Facebook over time surveying them about their well-being five times per day for 2 weeks The conclusion was that the more you use Facebook the sadder you get That study generated an enormous amount of attention—and bad press for Facebook—becoming one of the most cited blogged and tweeted papers of 2013 But the results offered no clue to what it is about the social network or how people are using it that might have this negative effect Since then a collaboration of labs including Kross’s has tried to tease apart the mechanisms Rather than just studying people’s well-being and their use of Facebook over time the researchers performed an “intervention” having subjects repeatedly visit a lab in Ann Arbor and use their personal Facebook accounts in specific ways After all interaction with Facebook consists of a whole set of activities from browsing photos and “liking” websites to directly interacting with others through messages and comments Last week at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science in San Francisco California Kross shared a sneak preview of his team’s results Their findings suggest that there is no effect on well-being if one “actively” uses Facebook When subjects directly interacted with the social network by posting status updates sharing content and messaging others their mood stayed the same over the course of a day But the negative impact on well-being that Kross discovered in his 2013 study reappeared for individuals who were made to “passively” use the site—just browsing through photographs of other people’s happy moments reading people’s conversations and not contributing anything “Using Facebook is not bad for well-being per se” Kross concluded but “grazing” its content is Possible reasons for this were bounced around by the audience of psychologists For example one theory holds that people post idealized versions of themselves on Facebook and comparing those to your own real-world life is toxic if you don’t take part in the online theater As for the longer term effect on life satisfaction “the jury is still out” he said (The study is now under review at a journal Kross says) “This kind of intervention study is exactly what we need more of” says Megan Moreno a clinical psychologist at Seattle Children’s Hospital in Washington who uses Facebook data to study adolescent health and well-being “What I want to know next is how this negative impact maps to some of the signs of depression we’ve been tracking” If improving people’s well-being is as easy as encouraging active online interactions and discouraging passive browsing “that would be amazing”By: Bloomberg | Published: May 4 2017 7:06 pm Qualcomm plans to retaliate against Apple by asking a US trade agency to ban the imports of iPhones (Image source: Reuters) Related News Incensed over Apple Inc’s decision to stop paying it billions of dollars in licensing fees for smartphone chips Qualcomm Inc plans to retaliate by asking a US trade agency to ban the imports of iPhones according to a person familiar with the company’s strategy Qualcomm is preparing to ask the International Trade Commission to stop the iPhone which is built in Asia from entering the country threatening to block Apple’s iconic product from the American market in advance of its anticipated new model this fall according to the person who asked not to be identified because the discussions are private The ITC is a quasi-judicial agency in Washington that has the power to block the import of goods into the US and processes cases more quickly than federal district courts — the venue in which the companies are accusing each other of lying making threats and trying to create an illegal monopoly The escalating legal dispute revolves around patents Qualcomm holds that let it to charge a percentage of the price of every modern high-speed data-capable smartphone regardless of whether the devices use its chips Apple argues the system is unfair and Qualcomm has used licensing leverage to illegally help its semiconductor unit That spat worsened late last month when Apple cut off technology license payments to San Diego-based Qualcomm The blow to the chipmaker’s most profitable business spurred the company to intensify the fight to improve its negotiating position “They have to do something” said Kevin Cassidy an analyst at Stifel Nicolaus “The bigger risk is other companies or countries say we’re not going to pay too That’s the danger of letting Apple get away with this” Spokesmen for Qualcomm and Apple declined to comment Qualcomm hasn’t offered fair terms as required under rules governing the licensing of patents Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said when asked about the possibility the chipmaker could try to halt iPhone sales anywhere in the world (Image source: Bloomberg) Qualcomm hasn’t offered fair terms as required under rules governing the licensing of patents Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said when asked about the possibility the chipmaker could try to halt iPhone sales anywhere in the world “That’s both the price and the business terms” Cook said Tuesday during a conference call with analysts “Qualcomm has not made such an offer to Apple” he added “I don’t believe anyone’s going to decide to enjoin the iPhone based on that There’s plenty of case law around that subject But we shall see” The iPhone is built in Asia by contract manufacturers A successful appeal to the ITC could potentially lock it out of the US market which accounts for 40 percent of Apple’s total sales Apple generated $866 billion in its Americas’ region last year The iPhone provides more than 60 percent of sales for the Cupertino California-based company Qualcomm has already shown the price of its fall out with Apple It cut its revenue outlook this quarter by $500 million citing the likelihood of not receiving licensing fees from Apple If that carries on for the rest of the year almost one-third of its lucrative licensing revenue most of which is profit will disappear The current iPhone uses a mixture of Intel Corp and Qualcomm modems to connect to networks Up until the iPhone 7 Qualcomm was the exclusive supplier of that crucial part The company’s patents cover the fundamentals of how data and voice is encoded and transmitted between networks and phones By stopping payment to contract manufacturers who make the iPhone — who in turn pay Qualcomm — Apple is interfering with contracts that predate the debut of the iPhone Qualcomm argues Apple was threatened with the ban of some of its iPhones during its fight with Samsung Electronics Co (Image source: Reuters) The trade commission in Washington is the obvious choice of venue for a next round in the fight Both companies are familiar with the agency — Qualcomm’s chips were briefly blocked from the US during a patent fight with Broadcom Corp that it settled in 2009 one of the few legal disputes it has lost Apple was threatened with the ban of some of its iPhones during its fight with Samsung Electronics Co Nokia Oyj is pursuing a case at the agency to try to forge a new licensing agreement with Apple after the two were unable to renew a contract that was struck after an earlier patent dispute The ITC has the advantage of speed judges with experience in patent law and the ability to get an import ban said Alex Hadjis a patent lawyer with the Oblon law firm in Alexandria Virginia who specializes in cases before the agency The rules about how patents contributed to industry standards are “a bit murkier but the ITC may turn out positive for patent owners” Hadjis said There have been some agency rulings “with reasoning that can be viewed as friendly” to a patent owner like Qualcomm with standard-essential patents he said Qualcomm may even go further afield testing courts in the UK Germany and China said Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Matt Larson Each is known for being faster than US courts A UK court in an unrelated case in April made clear that patent owners on standardized technology can block companies unwilling to take licensees And in China where Apple gets about one-fifth of its sales Qualcomm negotiated a settlement with regulators that established what kinds of rates it can charge It used the decision to end a royalty battle with China’s Meizu Technology Co in December Under the current circumstances there seems little prospect of settlement “We strongly believe we’re in the right And I’m sure they believe that they are” Cook said of the dispute with Qualcomm “And that’s what courts are for And so we’ll let it go with that” For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: April 9 2011 8:27 pm Related News There will be no reduction in the number of paramilitary troops in Jammu and Kashmir in view of the forthcoming Panchayat elections in the state and to prevent a situation like last year’s summer unrest in the Kashmir ValleyCRPF said “There can be no reduction in the number of CRPF troops as Panchayat elections are going to be held soon” Inspector General of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) Ravi Prakash Mehrada told reporters at the sidelines of a function Meharda said the number of paramilitary personnel can also not be reduced to prevent the repetition of last year’s summer turmoil in the Valley “We are watching the situation closely and we cannot let the past incidents be repeated” he said The IG said every jawan of the force was being sensitised and reoriented in crowd control to avoid collateral damage during protests CRPF had organised a function here to observe Valour Day to honour the personnel of the force who had repulsed the Pakistan Army in the Rann of Kuch in the 1965 war For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by JYOTSNA JALALI | Chandigarh | Published: February 10 2009 12:23 am Related News Amount to be refunded if there is a variation in resultprospectus fee to be hiked too In a significant developmentPanjab University (PU) has upheld its decision to charge Rs 10000 from any candidate wishing to see his/her answer booklet for any of the entrance exams held by the university The only breather is that the fee would be refunded to those candidates whose results change after revaluation Meanwhilethere is no reason being given as to why the amount has been fixed as high as Rs 10000 The matter had been taken up in the last Syndicate meeting held on January 25where though the proposal of showing answer sheets had been acceptedthe members had opposed the high fee The matter was referred to a committee for the final nod Professor A K BhandhariController Examination and member of the committeesaid”It has been decided that Rs 10000 will be charged from anyone wanting to see his/her entrance exam answer bookletThe fee wouldhoweverbe refunded in case there is a variation in the result” The decisionmeanwhilehas evoked a lot of resentment among both the faculty as well as the students on the campuswho believe that it is an “enormous” sum being charged and needs to be reduced A fellow at the university said”When the matter was being discussed in the Syndicate meetingit was decided that the fee should be reduced by around 50 per cent We will look into the matter once it is brought to us for consideration Rs 10000 is too much” If the faculty is to be believedthere was no “logical thinking” behind fixing the fee as high as Rs 10000 and the same was fixed only after discussions among a few faculty members A proposal to hike the fee for various department prospectuses was also discussed in the last Syndicate meeting and referred to a committee It is certain that the prospectus fee has been hiked but the exact figures have not been finalised yet? he says,t quantamise struggle or pain. 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