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Interestinglyrecent studies have shown that many of the people buying the so-called post-PC devices have never owned a PC before It helps that computer literacy the ability to differentiate your C drive from your E drive and the wisdom of knowing when to restart your computer is no longer a prerequisite for operating tablets like the iPad The new generation of picture book interfaces is computing for dummies at its very best But it is too early to write off the PCat least not as long as it remains the preferred mode of computing for the corporate sector We are not that close to a day when companies will give you tablets to work from officeor even your home not even with the BlackBerry Playbook around You will still have to return to the trusted old PC for hardcore data crunching and other resource intensive jobs there is no way anyone is going to write a novel using an iPad Howeverthere is no doubt that the PCmost definitely its interfacewill evolve for the post-PC environment We will see the new desktops and laptops coming with the added advantage of touch and running apps popular on other devices Who knowsthe PC might just evolve into something bettersomething more adapted to living with the cloud [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: November 27 2015 9:28 pm Kylie Jenner and her rapper boyfriend Tyga who were recently rumoured to have split have known each other for a number of years Related News Reality TV star-model Kylie Jenner says she and boyfriend Tyga became “best friends” before they started dating each other The 18-year-old star and her rapper boyfriend who were recently rumoured to have split have known each other for a number of years and Jenner said they were happy being friends before their relationship took a romantic turn reported Female First “We just honestly… We became best friends before anything happened so I think that that’s awesome and we’re just like … I don’t know Hanging out Living life” She also rubbished speculation that she and the 26-year-old hip-hop star are no longer an item Jenner told “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” “No We’re not broken up” This comes shortly after a source close to the celebrity couple claimed their relationship is “shaky” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: January 19 2017 12:11 am In the league stage also Punjab had edged out Mumbai 4-3 but with no blocking in the semifinal the contest gave both teams an equal chance to make the final with their best wrestlers in action Top News Riding on Pankaj Rana and Nirmla Devi’s brilliant show Punjab Royals made the finals of the Pro Wrestling League Season 2 after beating defending champions Mumbai Maharathi 5-4 in the second semifinal on Wednesday Punjab Royals will take on Haryana Hammers in grand finale tomorrow In the league stage also Punjab had edged out Mumbai 4-3 but with no blocking in the semifinal the contest gave both teams an equal chance to make the final with their best wrestlers in action Punjab once again reined supreme with their foreign imports Odunayo Folasade Adekuoroye Vladimir Khinchegashvili and Ilias Bekbukatov besides India’s Nirmla and Pankaj not only in front of a capacity crowd but also in the presence of Yoga guru Baba Ramdev here at the KD Jadhav stadium Baba Ramdev also fought a friendly bout with Olympian wrestler Andrey Stadnik and defeated him 12-0 Earlier Mumbai took the early lead as Jabrayil Hasanov raced off to an explosive start in the opening bout as the Azerbaijani wrestler beat Punjab’s Jitendra 18-2 in five minutes and 48 seconds in the men’s 74kg Jitendra had his task cut out against the experienced Jabrayil Rio Games bronze medallist Jabrayil opened his account straightaway with a takedown before pushing the Indian out of the mat for another point He added two more points before ending round one with a 5-0 lead Jitendra faced an uphill task as his more accomplished opponent effected more takedowns and rolled him over and over again in the second half to seal the first victory of the evening for Mumbai Punjab won the second bout as the energetic Odunayo overpowered Mumbai’s Lalita Sehrawat 16-0 by virtue of Technical Superiority in women’s 53kg Lalita put up a brave fight against Odunayo who is in fine form this season but failed to counter her The Nigerian grappler who had proved her mettle by beating Rio Olympics bronze medallist Sofia Mattsson of Haryana Hammers in the last group stage game delighted the spectators with her characteristic victory dance following her win in 4 minutes and 26 seconds Punjab’s another key player Vladimir of Georgia who had won four out of his five bouts before this prevailed over Mumbai’s Rahul Aware 12-5 in a keenly contested match in men’s 57kg Rio Olympics champion Vladimir used all his experience to overcome a stiff challenge from Aware The Maharashtra grappler employed several tactics to score points and also managed to acquire two points in the very first minute of the tie but Vladimir brought into fore all the tricks in his book to score points over the Indian Although Aware could pocket some more points in the second round also but in the end he had to concede the tie to a much stronger and experienced opponent Captain Erica Wiebe scored the equaliser for Mumbai as the Olympic gold medallist eked out a narrow 2-1 win over Vasilisa Marzaliuk of Punjab in women’s 75kg in another neck-and-neck battle of the evening The next bout was over in just one minute and 17 seconds as Russian grappler Ilias Bekbukatov finished the proceedings in a clinical fashion with a 17-0 win via technical superiority over Vikas of Mumbai in men’s 65kg to give Punjab a 3-2 lead Pavlo Oliynik brought Mumbai back into the match with a comfortable 12-0 win over Krishan Kumar of Punjab in men’s 97kg With scores tied at 3-3 Nirmla Devi gave Punjab an upper hand with a 2-1 win over Carolina Castillo Hidalgo of Colombia in women’s 48kg Columbian grappler who finished in 8th in Rio Olympics failed to avenge her defeat against Nirmla who had beaten her in the group stage also In men’s 70kg category a tough battle was expected between Pankaj Rana and Pritam and it actually turned out be exactly what was being predicted Pankaj who had defeated Pritam 9-8 in the group stage posted a come-from-behind win in a topsy-turvy battle While Pritam always maintained a healthy lead throughout the bout Pankaj turned things around in the last few seconds of the game to bag the bout as well as the match 8-8 in Punjab’s favour He won by the virtue of winning the last points In the final inconsequential bout Sarita restored some pride for Mumbai by beating Manju Kumari 9-0 in women’s 58kg Pankaj Rana said he knew that the onus was on him to win it for Punjab otherwise it would have gone down to the wires with just one more bout remaining “There was a lot of pressure as Punjab’s entry into the final depended on me as we were already 4-3 up and it was up to me to win my bout and wrap it off The pressure worked for me today and I did just what was expected of me I knew I had to do it for the team and used all my strength to win the bout in the final few seconds” said Pankaj Pankaj said that he would look to apply defensive technique in the final against Haryana tomorrow “My strategy is all set I would be playing defensive tomorrow That’s the only way I think I can win against Haryana” he revealed Nirmla said that she applied the same strategy against Carolina that she used during the group stage and it worked well again for her “I did exactly the same that I did in my last match against Carolina and it all worked today also I was keen to put my team in the final and I gave my best” said Nirmla Odunayo has managed to maintain her unbeaten record in the tournament so far and when asked if there is anyone who could pose a threat to her the Nigerian said: “I do not underrate any opponent I just concentrate on winning my bouts and look to give my best in those 6 minutes of the tie” Odunayo has been rated very highly and is said to be the one to watch out for the next two years On whether she feels any pressure because of that Odunayo simply said: “No” Vladimir said he would be keen to give his best tomorrow “There is difference between all the bouts so far and tomorrow Will have to put the best foot forward and win in the all important final” said Vladimir For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Melbourne | Published: December 24 2016 3:54 pm Critics suggested that Steve Smith was not ruthless enough when he failed to impose the follow-on (Source: AP) Top News Australia vice-captain David Warner has found it “bizarre” that pundits and fans continue to criticise the team despite winning their last two Test matches after a run of five losses Australia beat Pakistan by 39 runs in a thrilling finish in the first Test in Brisbane last week Misbah-ul-Haq’s side were dismissed for 450 on the final day at the Gabba chasing a victory target of 490 having counter-attacked late on the fourth evening of the day-night Test They were within sight of the world’s largest successful run chase when Mitchell Starc ended a 71-run ninth wicket stand between Asad Shafiq and Yasir Shah that effectively ended the game Critics however suggested that Australia captain Steve Smith was not ruthless enough when he failed to impose the follow on when Pakistan were skittled for 142 in their first innings 287 runs short of Australia’s total His cautious field settings on day five with Pakistan still needing 108 runs for victory with only two wickets in hand were queried by former captains Michael Clarke and Mark Taylor and slammed as “ridiculous” by ex-England skipper Michael Vaughan “It’s bizarre people are mentioning things about the way he went about the game with his field placements his bowling changes the way he used Gazza (Nathan Lyon)” Warner told reporters ahead of the second Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground “At the end of the day we did win the game There would be a lot more talk if we didn’t” The victory was the second for a revamped side after selectors swung the axe following a run of five successive Test losses and Warner dismissed any notion the visitors’ fifth-day performance had given them the momentum heading into the Test “Pakistan played very well” Warner said “They backed themselves and played their shots They got into a fantastic position to win the game But we know that Test match cricket comes down to that last day that last hour … and that delivery from Starcy was right on the money “But if they can take confidence out of losing I don’t know We won the game” Warner did not give any hints as to the make-up of the side with suggestions that all-rounder Hilton Cartwright could come into the team for batsman Nic Maddinson Cartwright could take some of the workload off the team’s pace trio of Josh Hazlewood Mitchell Starc and Jackson Bird bowled 113 overs in Pakistan’s second innings Warner however was not concerned with their workload “All the monitoring and workload is left to the experts and you have to respect their decision they’re analysing all the data” Warner added “If they think someone is going to break down then it’s up to them” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMoscow: Russian officials should review Opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s calls for an election boycott to see if they might be breaking the law the Kremlin said Tuesday hinting at possible legal repercussions File image of Russian Opposition leader Alexei Navalny AP In a widely anticipated decision Russia’s top election body ruled Monday to formally bar anti-corruption crusader Navalny from running in the presidential election next March Navalny promptly put out a video statement saying that the ban shows that President Vladimir "Putin is terribly scared and is afraid of running against me" and called on his supporters to stay away from the vote in protest Putin who has been in power for 18 years announced his bid for re-election earlier this month but so far has refrained from canvassing In contrast his most prominent rival anti-corruption crusader Navalny has been campaigning aggressively all year reaching out to the most remote parts of the country Opinion polls say that Putin should easily win the March vote Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Tuesday wouldn’t comment on the Election Commission’s decision to bar Navalny but said the "calls for boycott ought to be carefully studied to see if they are breaking the law" Peskov also rejected suggestions that Navalny’s absence on the ballot could dent the legitimacy of Putin’s possible re-election?000 Euro ($10.

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