SwiftKey, one of the top-selling apps for Android users, is no longer charging for downloads of its smartphone keyboard, even as it adds new features to predict how you express emotions in addition to what you type.
Brazil will need to increase interest rates, cap public spending and boost fuel prices in the first half of 2015 to rebuild confidence in the country’s growth outlook, an economic adviser to presidential candidate Eduardo Campos said.
Noriko Hitotsumatsu, a bilingual research pharmacologist with a Master’s from Cambridge University, considers herself lucky to have a part-time job in a Tokyo pharmacy after shelving her career to raise two daughters in one of the world’s most work-oriented countries.
Cambridge University, the 800-year- old alma mater of Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking, sold its first bonds, tapping investor demand that let Portugal Telecom SGPS SA issue its first benchmark notes since 2011.
Researchers in the English city of Cambridge, birthplace of the world’s best-selling drug and 47 Nobel Prizes in medicine and chemistry through its university, have little faith in Pfizer Inc.’s vision for AstraZeneca Plc.