NTPC is reportedly working on electric vehicle charging infrastructure in India

On Wednesday, National Thermal Power Corporation Limited NTPC said that it is currently working on electric vehicle charging infrastructure as it believes that ultimately mobility through EVs will help. Mohit Bhargava, Executive Director, NTPC said electric vehicle is a good concept but the larger issue is related to the battery. While addressing India Energy Summit […]

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Former Twitter employees charged with spying for Saudi Arabia Government

Two former Twitter employees have recently been charged with spying on user accounts on behalf of the Saudi Arabian government, according to The Washington Post. The Justice Department announced the charges today after one of the former employees was reportedly arrested. That suspect, Ahmad Abouammo, was charged with spying on three Twitter accounts for the government, according to […]

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T-Mobile and Sprint merger will end a golden age in wireless says FCC Democrat

The Federal Communications Commission has officially released its order approving the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint following a contentious vote last month. It all started in May, when FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said that he would approve the deal and recommend the same to his colleagues. The decision was formalized in the recent vote by FCC commissioners along party lines, […]

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TikTok launches its smartphone in China

TikTok owner ByteDance’s has recently launches its smartphone in China, reports Abacus News. The phone which is named Jianguo Pro 3 has been released under the Smartisan brand, as ByteDance acquired a number of Smartisan’s patents and employees earlier this year. The phone has a starting price of 2,899 yuan (around $412) and is now available in China. The […]

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Google has recently acquired Fitbit for $2.1 Billion

Google has recently acquired US-based fitness tracker and smartwatch company Fitbit for $2.1 billion dollars. Google’s Senior Vice President of Devices & Services Rich Osterloh said in a blog post that this purchase is an opportunity for Google to invest more in its WearOS and also bring more Google-made fitness trackers and smartwatches to the market. Google […]

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US Interior Department is grounding its entire drone fleet

The US Interior Department, which oversees federal land and resource management, says it’s grounding its entire aerial drone fleet of more than 800 UAVs out of concern for Chinese spying and drone-aided cyberattacks reports The Wall Street Journal. According to the reports of The Wall Street Journal, Every drone in use by the Interior Department […]

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Twitter to ban all political ads starting in November

Twitter is banning all political ads globally, starting November 22nd, according to tweets by the company’s CEO Jack Dorsey on Wednesday. The changes will affect both candidate ads and issue ads, although ads encouraging voter registration will still be allowed, along with other exceptions. Dorsey said a full policy will be made available to the […]

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Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are applauds Twitter decision to ban political ads

Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are applauding Twitter’s decision to ban political ads from its platform starting in November. In a statement, Bill Russo, deputy communications director for the Biden campaign, said: “We appreciate that Twitter recognizes that they should not permit disproven smears, like those from the Trump campaign, to appear in advertisements on their platform.” […]

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Adobe Creative Cloud Data Breach Exposed Over 7 Million Users Data

According to a report of earlier this month, more than 7 million Creative Cloud user details like email ID and their subscription accounts were exposed via a data breach. Adobe had recently acknowledged this development and shared generic details about the supposed vulnerability, without exactly giving more information about the incident. The breach was jointly discovered by Comparitech and […]

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Boeing misled FAA about the safety of its grounded 737 Max jets

According to the instant messages from 2016 Boeing may have misled the Federal Aviation Administration about a controversial safety system of its grounded 737 Max jets, Reuters reports. The messages, between two Boeing employees, raise questions about the safety of the MCAS software that is thought to have brought down two 737 Max jets, killing a total of […]

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