Friday, 23 February, 2024
Google Pixel 4 smartphone India

Google not selling its Pixel 4 smartphone in India due to frequency ban

Google has announced that it will not be selling its new Pixel 4 smartphone in India, the second largest smartphone market in the world. Google,...
Vatican eRosary

Vatican launches wearable eRosary device and app to attract youth

The Vatican has launched an eRosary bracelet and app as part of an initiative to attract tech savvy youth into the Catholic Church. The Vatican...
virtual reality Google BBC

Google and BBC abandon their respective VR projects

The BBC has broken up its team for creating virtual realty (VR) content while Google has stopped selling its Daydream View VR headsets. The BBC...
Solar Orbiter SolO probe Sun

European probe SolO to take closest pictures of the Sun

The Solar Orbitor (SolO) probe has been completed and is ready for launch to make observations and take the closest ever pictures of the...
spy apps Google Home Amazon Echo smart speakers

Apps spying on owners of Amazon Echo, Google Home speakers

Apps modified to spy on users have compromised owners of Amazon Echo and Google Home speakers after being approved by the technology companies. Berlin-based Security...
Activision releases Call of Duty Modern Warfare amidst China controversy

Activision releases Call of Duty video game amidst China controversy

Activision Blizzard has released the latest Call of Duty video game amidst calls to boycott products from the publisher due to the China controversy. Activision...
Huawei, ZTE restrictions US FCC

Huawei, ZTE to lose more US business as FCC considers more restrictions

The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is planning to impose more restrictions on Huawei and ZTE, which would lead to more losses in US...
China launches 5G network

China launches largest 5G network in the world via state telecoms

China has launched the world's largest 5G network through the country's three state-run telecom operators, China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom. China Mobile, China...
Google to acquire Fitbit

Google to acquire Fitbit in $2.1 billion deal, taps into wearable market

Google has announced plans to acquire Fitbit, the leading manufacturer of wearable fitness activity trackers in the world, for around $2.1 billion. The deal to...
Alipay international version for travelers to China

Ant Financial: Travelers to China can now use Alipay for mobile payments

Alibaba-affiliated Ant Financial has launched a new international version of its mobile payments app Alipay allowing tourists and business travelers to use mobile payments...

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