Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Tech

Breaking: Bill Gates Steps down from Microsoft BoD

Bill Gates is stepping down from the boards of Microsoft and Berkshire Hathaway to focus on his work at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Microsoft co-founder announced in a LinkedIn post on Friday. "I have decided to step...

Facebook plans 1000 new jobs

In view of the increase in hate and false messages, the online service Facebook has announced that it will create 1,000 new jobs in order to increase the digital security of the portal. The jobs are to be created...

Malaysia all-set to launch commercial third-party 5G technology

Malaysian prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad said that the preparations for the provision of 5G technology had been made last year, and the country is set to commence commercial operations in the third quarter of this year. "Fifth Generation Mobile...

European Union forces Apple to abandon Lightning charging port

Recent reports revealed that the European Union may force "Apple" to change its iPhone charger again, to make it common and proportionate to all smartphones, as well as reduce electronic waste across the region that includes 28 countries, despite...

TikTok prohibits users from publishing certain types of content

ByteDance, the Chinese company that owns TikTok, has strict content policies in specific areas, for example, citing topics including Tiananmen Square and political criticism in China, according to a report in The Guardian. But in other countries, the banned content...

Steam Down: Barrage of reports surfaced online as Users couldn’t login

Steam the world's largest gaming platform went down hill at 8:30 (GMT 0). Gamer's unable to play to their favorite title took to twitter to share their frustration, as tournaments, parties and several other matches got canceled as users were...

Google to stops the news service bulletin on Android from November 22

Google has officially announced that it will close the application of its news services Bulletin on November 22 of this year, the tech giant will be deleted all the contents of the remaining bulletins, famous website Techlapse reported. At the...

iOS 13 update leads to a sudden slowdown in the iPhone

A new report revealed that the update of the new iOS 13 operating system from Apple, leads to a sudden slowdown in the speed of iPhone users' phones. According to the Verge, the iOS 13.1, which the company will launch...

Facebook bans self-harm images

Facebook Inc decides to ban graphic images of self-harming from its network as the company renewed its policy on suicide content. It follows a growing criticism of how social media companies control violent and potentially harmful content. The social network also...

Check out the best games that recently arrived at the Google Play Store

The Google Play Store has a panoply of games for everyone, many of them are free. Nowadays Android smartphones are already real alternatives to handhelds. The previous months have been very good in this regard! So, check out the best...

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Mozambique and Tanzania launches joint operations against rebels

Mozambique and Tanzania would start joint operations to fight an insurgency, under an agreement that also includes the handover...

US-based Chinese opponents support Trump’s allegation of fraudulent election

Some Chinese opposition activists in the field of human rights residing in the United States, who support Donald Trump's hard-line stance towards Beijing, have...

Systems Limited Wins Forbes Asia’s Best Under A Billion Award 2020

Systems Limited – a next-generation global technology company enabling enterprises to reimagine their businesses through information technology (IT) and business process outsourcing (BPO) services...

Global tax evasion hits $ 427 billion annually

Governments around the world lose about $ 427 billion annually due to fraud and tax evasion as companies and wealthy people divert their money...

Australian special forces involved in murder of 39 Afghan civilians, war crimes report alleges

According to the results of the years-long Canberra investigation into the conduct of Australian Special Forces personnel in Afghanistan between 2005 and 2016, the...