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India bans 43 Chinese mobile apps over national security concerns

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New Delhi, 24 Nov : Continuing with its ban orders on Chinese apps, the Indian government on Tuesday blocked 43 new mobile apps, including shopping website AliExpress owned by e-commerce behemoth Alibaba.

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Gmail, Google Docs restored for some users after major outage

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New Delhi, 14 Dec : Google-owned services including Gmail and Google Docs on Monday has been partially restored after experiencing a major outage in India and several other countries. According to Downdetector, Google Meet and Google Play and were also inaccessible for some users. Most other Google services including Google Classroom also got affected by the outage.

With Gmail, problems reported by users ranged from accessing website, logging and messages issues. Google has updated that Gmail, Google Drive, Google Calendar and most other services hit by the outage has been restored for some users.

“Gmail service has already been restored for some users, and we expect a resolution for all users in the near future,” Google said in a statement.

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APPLE HOMEPOD MINI LAUNCHED AT $99, IPHONE 12 STARTING $699, IPHONE 12 PRO FROM $999

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Apple Event 2020 LIVE Updates: Apple has finally removed the curtain from its iPhone 12 series. The company launched the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max at the ‘Hi Speed’ event at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California. At the event, the company has also launched Smart HomePod Speaker.

The company says that the iPhone 12 Mini is also the world’s thinnest and lightest 5G smartphone. Let us tell that this event was once again started by Team Cook, CEO of the company.

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Jio partnership is to build similar products around the world: Zuckerberg

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San Francisco, 30 April : Facebook’s over Rs 43,000 crore investment in Jio Platforms will help the social networking giant build similar products for the other key markets around the world, according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook, which has long been striving to enter the big club of the ecommerce world, has chosen India in a significant move to begin its global ecommerce journey with investing $5.7 billion (approx. Rs 43,574 crore) in Reliance Jio, sounding the bugle to take on ecommerce behemoth Amazon and Walmart in the long run.

“Certainly all the products and technology that we’re building to enable that (Jio) partnership are going to be things that we want to do around the world. So we’re very excited about working with them to drive this vision forward and then extending it everywhere over the coming months and years,” Zuckerberg told the analysts during an earnings call late Wednesday.

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