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India attacking Twitter’s double standard and politically motivated policies
India says "Twitter is playing with fire" over its failure to comply with a government order to block more than 250 accounts over farmers' rioters.
India is asking Twitter to apply the same standard and policies as they used in USA, by blocking Trump and his supporters to prevent protesters violence against democratically elected government.
But Twitter refuse to apply the same policy in India and actively supports the rioters in India and their violence actions against the Indian Government.
The Queen's Commonwealth Day message
The Queen has used her her annual Commonwealth Day message to praise those across the Commonwealth working on the frontlines during the pandemic.
Exclusive: U.S. agency probes Facebook for 'systemic' racial bias in hiring, promotions
A U.S. agency investigating Facebook Inc for racial bias in hiring and promotions has designated the probe as “systemic,” attorneys for three job applicants and a manager who cl...
'A side of shares': Deliveroo to offer 50 million pounds of stock to customers
Deliveroo said shares worth 50 million pounds ($69 million) would be earmarked for customers in its upcoming flotation, with the offer branded “Great food with a side of shares”.
Bitcoin rises 4.2% to $50,947.94
Bitcoin rose 4.18 % to $50,947.94 on Sunday, adding $2,043.31 to its previous close.
Global food prices continue to rise with poorest countries hit hardest
World food prices spiked for the ninth consecutive month to hit a six year-high in February, led by sugar and vegetable oils, according to data from the Food and Agriculture Org...
Luxury car marque Aston Martin to start making electric models in UK amid shift away from traditional vehicles – media
Aston Martin has vowed to build its electric cars in the UK from 2025, Executive Chairman Lawrence Stroll has revealed. The pledge comes in response to the British government’s ...
What not to do when choosing a new kitchen – the 9 common mistakes to avoid
Don't let anything stand between you and your dream kitchen
Destination unknown: Qantas offers ‘mystery flights’ for travel-hungry tourists amid border closures
As international borders remain shut due to Covid-19, Australian carrier Qantas offers those missing normal life the chance to get on a plane and go at least somewhere. However,...
Privacy-first browser Brave now has its own Google search rival
Google reigns supreme in search and browsers. Brave Search wants to change that – and put privacy front and centre
Flying taxi network in LA could take off soon
Archer co-CEO Adam Goldstein discusses getting flying taxis to the market by 2024.
Zoom continues to boom!
Zoom Video Communications Inc.’s rip-roaring ride resumed its meteoric trajectory Monday, with shares jumping as the company detailed the results of becoming a lifeline for thos...
Los Angeles school district requires students to use COVID app to enter campus
The long-awaited move comes as LAUSD is targeting an April 9 reopening of schools
Dutch Scientists Invent COVID-19 ‘Scream Test’
Usually in a traditional COVID-19 test, a cotton swab is inserted into the mouth or nasal cavity, after which it is passed over the throat and a person feels some discomfort dur...
World's oldest bird, Wisdom the albatross, hatches chick at the age of 70
Wisdom has hatched up to 36 chicks in her lifetime, experts claim.
Pentagon Assessing Its Networks for Possible Damage After Microsoft Breach, Spokesman Says
Earlier this week, Microsoft accused a Chinese hacking group known as "Hafnium" of breaching its Exchange Server email application. Microsoft had previously accused the company ...
Twitter founder's auction of a tweet draws $2 million bid
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey is selling his first tweet at auction, with bidding Saturday reaching US$2 million in a sign of the appetite for virtual objects authenticated through b...
Another View of the Paris Fashion Week Fall 2021 Collections
The few IRL shows happening this week in Paris will be small, socially distanced affairs—some outdoors, like Gabriela Hearst’s first show for Chloé.
Girl Survives fall from 12th storey balcony in Vietnam after hero delivery driver catch her, Vietnam
Baby Girl Survives fall from 12th storey balcony in Vietnam after hero delivery driver catch her
At least 30,000 US organizations, small businesses and government offices were victims of Microsoft Exchange hack
A purported Chinese hacking group exploited bugs in Microsoft's email software system to steal data from US organizations and agencies.
Prisoners in Tennessee were placed in the last group eligible for vaccines after an advisory panel said prioritizing them would be a PR 'nightmare'
The council noted the prisoners were high-risk for COVID-19 but feared a public backlash should they be given priority access to the vaccine.
Microsoft hack: White House warns of 'active threat' of email attack
The US is expressing growing concern over a hack on Microsoft's Exchange email software that the tech company has blamed on China.
Coronavirus: Europe in vaccine race to save summer
Europe could be on the brink of a roaring twenties-style summer to remember, with budget airline flights packed and beachside bars brim-full of happy tourists.
US and EU agree to suspend tariffs linked to long-running Boeing-Airbus dispute
The United States and European Union have agreed to suspend for four months all tariffs related to the long-running dispute over subsidies to Boeing and Airbus.
The US added 379,000 jobs in February, signaling the recovery is finally gaining steam
The US economy added 379,000 jobs last month, far more than economists had expected, signaling the labor market recovery is finally gaining steam.
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