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Facebook’s cryptocurrency Libra: Here’s what crypto experts have to say

Libra, the token Facebook is developing in partnership with the likes of Visa Inc and Uber Technologies Inc, is a boon for Bitcoin and the broader crypto sector.

Facebook’s cryptocurrency will be called Libra, and here’s what it wants to do

Facebook has confirmed that its cryptocurrency will be called Libra, though the social media network will not be controlling this currency. It will also launch a dedicated wallet app called Calibra to support Libra transactions.

YouTube working on removing harmful content: Google CEO Pichai

YouTube, which is owned by Google, has come under fire in the last couple of years, as controversial and supremacist content has continued to show up on the site despite the company's attempts to filter it out.

Adobe’s Project Gemini will be called Adobe Fresco, is a new painting app for iPad

Adobe Fresco will be the iPad drawing and painting app from the company, which was earlier called Project Gemini. Adobe had first revealed detailed about Project Gemini in October 2018

Windows 10 update brings Phonetic keyboards for 10 Indian languages including Hindi, Bangla and more

The latest Windows 10 update brings in Phonetic keyboards for 10 Indian languages including Hindi, Bangla, Tamil, Marathi, Punjabi and more.

Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei admits did not expect US to hit supply chain so widely

“We didn’t expect the US would so resolutely attack Huawei. We didn’t expect the US would hit our supply chain in such a wide way," said Ren Zhengfai, the founder of Huawei on the US ban.

Apple iOS 13 beta 2 for developers brings Dark Mode, camera improvements

Apple iOS 13 beta 2 has been released for the developers and it brings new features to the table like Dark Mode, swipe-enabled keyboard and more.

Apple CEO Tim Cook says tech companies can’t dodge responsibility for privacy chaos

Apple CEO Tim Cook slammed Silicon Valley companies on the issue of data privacy. In a speech at Standford University in the US, Cook said that companies can not dodge responsibility for the "chaos" they create, without naming Facebook or Google.

This OnePlus feature poses a major security flaw for user privacy

The 'Shot on OnePlus' app has reportedly has been carrying a security flaw which has revealed email addresses of a huge number of users.

Is Elon Musk closing troublesome Twitter account or teasing?

Tesla CEO Elon Musk abruptly revealed that he is closing the popular Twitter account that has repeatedly landed him in legal trouble but then proceeded to keep it open long after announcing he had deleted it.

BSNL launches Rs 198 International roaming pack with 90 days validity

BSNL has launched a new special tariff voucher which gives the subscribers international roaming for a validity of 90 days. The plan is available only for a limited time and costs Rs 168.

Huawei CEO says underestimated impact of US ban, sees revenue dip

Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei said the impact of a U.S. ban on the Chinese company was more severe than expected and warned that revenue would dip to around $100 billion this year and the next.