Russian citizens involve in cyber crimes against our members states, EU

BRUSSELS (web report):- The Eropean Union claimed that some ghostwriters from Russian State are in involved malicious cyber activities against it’s member states.  An official statement has been released by the EU’s spokesperson in this regard The spokesperson said “some EU Member States have observed malicious cyber activities, collectively designated as Ghostwriter, and associated these […]

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Pakistan achieves fastest internet data rate in first 5G test

IT Minister Amin ul Haque says 5G technology will enable an emerging technological environment  5G test carried out by PTCL The 5G trial was conducted in a limited environment on a non-commercial basis KARACHI: Pakistan achieved its fastest internet data rate with download speed reaching 1.685 gigabits per second during a 5G trial, IT Minister […]

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China releases space probe’s first image of red planet Mars

The first image of Mars taken by China’s Tianwen-1 unmanned probe is seen in this handout image released by China National Space Administration (CNSA), February 5, 2021. CNSA/Handout via REUTERS China’s space agency says first image of the red planet come some six months after the probe left Earth Probe now around 184 million km […]

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Twitter launches disappearing tweets that vanish in a day

(AP) – Twitter is launching tweets that disappear in 24 hours called “Fleets” globally, echoing social media sites like Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram that already have disappearing posts. The company says the ephemeral tweets, which it calls “fleets” because of their fleeting nature, are designed to allay the concerns of new users who might be […]

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Google to integrate bank accounts in payments app

SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) – The internet giant said Wednesday it would be partnering with commercial banks and credit unions starting next year to allow users to manage mobile-based accounts through the Google Pay platform, in the latest move by tech giants into consumer finance. “People do almost everything on their phones today, but for many, […]

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Apple to pay $113 mn to US states over iPhone battery complaints

SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) – Apple has agreed to pay $113 million to settle litigation with more than 30 US states over its slowdown in performance of older iPhones to manage battery power. The latest “batterygate” settlement will divide the settlement among California and 33 other states, according to a statement by state Attorney General Xavier […]

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