MediaTek’s MCU chip sees great adoption in IoT devices

Taiwanese fabless semiconductor company MediaTek on Tuesday said there has been a keen interest from the Internet of Things (IoT) device makers for its MT3620 offering — a microcontroller unit (MCU) chip designed in close cooperation with Microsoft for direct integration of Microsoft Azure Sphere security solution.

‘Sachin should’ve continued playing’ – Inzamam-ul-Haq gives 4 reasons why there has never been a cricketer like Tendulkar

Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq gave the greatest tribute to Sachin Tendulkar on the 10th anniversary of his historic double century in ODIs. Inzamam said he had never seen a cricketer like him. Sachin had become the first-ever cricketer to score an ODI double hundred when he achieved the feat against South Africa at Gwalior on February 24, 2010. To celebrate the same, Inzamam gave four reasons why Sachin Tendulkar was an ‘ever-great’ cricketer.

Tearful Michael Jordan commemorates ‘little brother’ Kobe Bryant

A tearful Michael Jordan remembered his “little brother” Kobe Bryant at a star-filled memorial in Los Angeles for the basketball great and his daughter Gianna, who died with seven others in a helicopter crash last month. “When Kobe Bryant died, a piece of me died, and as I look in this arena, across the globe, a piece of you died,” the NBA legend said on Monday with tears streaming down his face.

Steve Smith, David Warner return to scene of sandpaper scandal

Australia’s Steve Smith and David Warner will return to Newlands on Wednesday, less than two years after they were central figures in one of cricket’s greatest scandals at the ground. They will be playing in a series-deciding third Twenty20 international against South Africa in front of an expected capacity crowd where “maximum security” will be in operation to prevent any abuse of players.

India vs New Zealand: ‘Do not understand selection, new team in almost every match’ – Kapil Dev questions India after defeat in 1st Test

Former India captain Kapil Dev has questioned the Indian management for continuously chopping and changing the playing XI and for not giving players a long rope to feel settled in a particular role. Kapil was not happy with the way the side performed after they went down to New Zealand by 10 wickets in the first Test in Wellington. “Have to praise New Zealand, they are playing very good cricket. The 3 ODIs and this Test match, they have been excellent. If we analyse this match critically, well, I do not understand how can one make so many changes. There is a new team in almost every match. No one in the team is permanent, if there is no security over your place, it will affect the form of the players,” Kapil told ABP news.

‘True, loyal friend’: Donald Trump affirms India relationship

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Donald Trump on Monday presented their vision for the next phase of the bilateral strategic partnership between the two countries, with the US leader promising India one of the “biggest ever” trade deals and the “most-feared military equipment” as they jointly addressed a rally attended by over 100,000 people.