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The money-losing company, which was once one of the world’s most valuable startups, has launched a broadside against the tech sector, denouncing its blind following of profits.

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British industrial software leader Aveva is buying Softbank-backed OSIsoft for $5 billion. The deal would further consolidate digital transformation in the industrial software industry.

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This may be just the tip of the iceberg with more governments and company organizations getting together to stop these bullying tactics by tech Behemoths like Apple, Facebook and Amazon.

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The photovoltaic device was made of black silicon as the active material, and nanostructure shaped like cones and columns to absorb UV light.

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Toshiba takes a sharp exit out of laptop business as it transfers its outstanding shares to Sharp Corporation.

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Capital One Financial Corp. has been penalized $80 million by the U.S. Treasury Department for a data breach of its accounts that occurred a year ago. It has been accused of carelessness in its security network that enabled a hack to access personal information of 106 million credit card holders of the bank.

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Fading interest and a tight market have forced Ancestry to seek greener pastures to keep their genomics tree growing.

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AMD is witnessing an upswing in its business with its nearest rival, Intel, facing problems in delivering its products on time. AMD has gone ahead in its innovations with a well-defined Zen 2 processor architecture and a 7-nanometer chip.

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The darknet use cryptocurrencies to carry out nefarious activities and a crypto research firm says 1 million Bitcoins are being used by scammers etc, the good news is that such activities are restricted by exchanges and countries with strict norms

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SAP is going public with Qualtrics as a separate entity, though will keep the majority shares with itself. The timing is right for the customer tracking software company to take advantage of the tech rally at the bourses

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Apple has been unhappy with the progress of Intel’s chip designs and has blamed it for the slowdown in its sales of Mac computers. Intel’s updates for the MacOS have been few and far between in recent years, which has led to customer complaints.

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Samsung’s new bean-shaped earbuds images were leaked online along with pictures of its charging case recently.  And now an early update to Samsung’s Galaxy Buds companion app has confirmed nearly all the details that were speculated on previously.

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Google’s alphabetical dessert naming tradition started in 2009 with the Android 1.5 cupcake. And then there was KitKat, Oreo, Marshmallow, and then Nougat and Pie in recent years.

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T-Mobile will no longer sign up any phones on its network without VoLTE support. AT&T has already sent out similar notices, it will stop support in February 2022.

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Tesla, Inc. announced the location of its next US Gigafactory at a press conference after declaring the second quarter results of Tesla, putting to rest all speculations about the venue. Elon Musk, the billionaire CEO, revealed that the upcoming Cybertruck will be built in Austin, Texas, and construction is “already underway, it started this weekend.”

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In the US, billionaires have become richer to the tune of $565 billion since March Steve Ballmer, Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have all added to their wealth since January,

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A Japanese startup has developed a smart mask, C-Mask, which connects to the smartphone and also allows you to make calls remotely.

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Apple Card credit report can be generated on TransUnion and Experian now, though how it affects the credit score depends on one’s spending.

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Crypto exchanges are transacting currencies originating from suspicious addresses as most circumvent compliance norms and ranking agencies have faulty benchmarks to rank them.

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Microsoft is laying off its MSN team amid a controversial shift to artificial intelligence for editorial choices. AI will now curate and edit news that is presented on the MSN website.

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Google will invest $10 billion in India over the next five to seven years to compete with its counterparts, such as Facebook and Amazon.

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