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After HDFC Bank, now SBI’s YONO hit by a system outage

After HDFC Bank, now SBI’s YONO hit by a system outage

Finance
MUMBAI: After private lender HDFC Bank, state-owned State Bank of India’s flagship YONO app faced a system outage, forcing customers to vent their frustration on social media. SBI tweeted that it’s working towards fixing the issue and directed it customers to use its internet banking solution and YONO Lite instead. “YONO SBI mobile application has been impacted due to a system outage,” the lender said on micro blogging site Twitter. “Steps are being take for restoration of uninterrupted service. We regret the inconvenience caused and request customers to use OnlineSBI and YONO Lite for their banking needs.” Several customers claimed that the bank’s mobile application was facing a technical glitch and continued to show an error M005. We request our esteemed customers to bear with us as we w
Covid-19: Shoppers return to stores under England’s new tier system

Covid-19: Shoppers return to stores under England’s new tier system

Health
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Covid-19: China pushes for QR code based global travel system

Covid-19: China pushes for QR code based global travel system

Technology
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DNA-based molecular tagging system could replace printed barcodes

DNA-based molecular tagging system could replace printed barcodes

Science
Nov. 3 (UPI) -- A new DNA-based molecular tagging system could change the way goods, from vaccines to textbooks, are tracked. The trackable plastic tags commonly found on clothes do more than prevent retail theft. Advertisement Radio frequency identification -- and other tracking technologies like barcodes and QR codes -- helps manufacturers, logistics operators, transportation coordinators and warehouse managers keep tabs on inventory. In hospitals, tracking technologies help ensure the right medicines get to the right patients. Though ubiquitous, these traditional methods for tracking products have plenty of flaws. Tags can be damaged or removed. For some applications, they're too bulky, impractical and not easily scaled. Enter Porcupine, the new molecular tagging system developed by r...
Small breweries warn ‘reverse Robin Hood tax system’ putting jobs at risk

Small breweries warn ‘reverse Robin Hood tax system’ putting jobs at risk

Business
Small breweries in Britain are warning that hundreds of jobs are at risk over government plans to cut tax relief.The Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) described the proposals as "madness" during a period when many businesses are on the brink of collapse. Under the plans, up to 150 small breweries would have to pay higher rates of tax."This is definitely going to put jobs at risk if this goes ahead," Jaega Wise from SIBA said."Part of the issue is we don't entirely know what the tax change is going to be." Advertisement ...