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China Becomes Second Nation To Plant Flag On The Moon After U.S

China has planted its flag on the Moon, more than 50 years later the first country the United States of America did it. The pictures from China’s National Space Administration show the five-starred Red Flag holding still on the windless lunar surface, reports BBC. Two previous Chinese lunar missions had flags on the crafts’ coatings …

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New UK tech regulator looks to clamp down on Google, Facebook

A new tech regulator will work to limit the power of Google, Facebook and other tech platforms, the government has announced, in an effort to ensure a level playing field for smaller competitors and a fair market for consumers. Under the new code, some of the world’s biggest tech companies may have to be more …

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TikTok to launch lawsuit against Trump administration Monday

TikTok confirmed Saturday that it will file a lawsuit against the Trump administration over an executive order demanding parent company ByteDance divest its TikTok operations in the US. It’s the first time the company has confirmed it will pursue legal action, a move that has been rumored for several weeks. Reports began surfacing Friday that a lawsuit …

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Twitter reveals hackers accessed DMs of 36 out of 130 hacked accounts

Twitter on Thursday revealed further details in the massive crypto hack, saying the hackers accessed the DM (direct message) inbox of up to 36 of the 130 targeted users, including one elected official in the Netherlands. The company said it was communicating directly with impacted account owners and will share updates “when we have them”. …

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India bans 59 Chinese apps including TikTok, Helo, WeChat

The government of India on Monday announced the ban of 59 Chinese apps in the country. The ban comes after 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a violent clash with Chinese soldiers in eastern Ladakh in the Himalayas on June 15. The viral video platform TikTok joins other popular Chinese apps, UC Browser, WeChat, Bigo …

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Nigeria’s Innoson now makes fighter jet parts – CNN

The grinding conflict between the Nigerian state and Boko Haram insurgents has exacted a devastating human and economic toll over the past six years. But for Nigeria’s first car manufacturer, the crisis may represent an opportunity. The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) recently announced a partnership deal with Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing (IVM), which will see the …

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey pledges $1 billion of square stake towards coronavirus relief efforts

Twitter Inc. co-founder and Chief Executive Jack Dorsey has pledged to set aside $1 billion to fund charitable causes starting with relief efforts toward the novel coronavirus pandemic. His donation, which he reports is about 28% of his estimated $3.9 billion net worth, is by far the largest yet by an individual. “I hope this inspires …

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COVID-19: A website developed by two Carnegie Mellon University that gives an update on every country (active cases, deaths, and recoveries)

website developed by two students at Carnegie Mellon University, Navid Mamoon and Gabriel Rasskin. The goal of this project is to provide a simple, interactive way to visualize the impact of COVID-19. The data is from Worldometer’s real-time updates, utilizing reliable sources from around the world. The TODAY cases/deaths are based on GMT (+0). The website pulls new data every 2 …

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Apple agrees to pay $500m over ‘iPhone slowdown’ lawsuit

Apple has agreed to pay up to $500m (£391m) to settle a long-running legal dispute over whether it deliberately slowed down iPhones to force customers to buy newer and more expensive models. Customers in the US could be in line for a $25 payout per iPhone if the the preliminary class-action settlement is approved by US district judge …

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Facebook apologizes After The Site Translated Xi Jinping’s Name to ‘Mr S***Hole’

Facebook on Saturday January 18, apologized over a technical error which translated Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s name from Burmese to English as “Mr Shithole”.   The error was pointed out on the Facebook page of Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi, in a post that recounted her meeting with Mr Xi during his state visit to Myanmar. …

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