Thursday, 17 October 2019

Realme X2 Pro India Launch Set for November 20, Company Confirms

Realme X2 Pro to launch in India next month HIGHLIGHTS Realme X2 Pro offers a 90Hz Fluid Display Realme X2 Pro was expected to launch in India in December first The phone packs a 4,000mAh battery with 50W SuperVOOC support IN THIS ARTICLE Realme X2 Pro Realme X2 Pro was…

ARM Holdings Still Aiming for 2023 Return to Public Markets, CEO Says

Arm Holdings Chief Executive Simon Segars ARM Holdings, the semiconductor technology firm owned by SoftBank Group, still plans to return to the public markets by 2023, its chief executive said on Tuesday. Speaking at a press conference at ARM’s annual user conference in San Jose, California, CEO Simon Segars said “a lot of…

Netflix Announces Fourth Season of Hit Show Stranger Things

Photo Credit: YouTube/ Stranger Things HIGHLIGHTS Stranger Things is Netflix’s most successful original production Netflix has entered into a multi-year deal with Matt and Ross Duffer The third season smashed the platform’s global viewing records in July Netflix announced Monday a fourth season of retro sci-fi show Stranger Things, the…

macOS Catalina May Debut as Early as October 4, Suggests Apple Website

macOS Catalina was unveiled at WWDC 2019 back in June HIGHLIGHTS Apple hasn’t yet revealed the release date of macOS Catalina It has a trend of launching new Mac platforms on Monday or Tuesday Apple Arcade is already available to Apple devices, except Mac machines JUMP TO macOS Catalina release…

Facebook Will Not Label or Remove Politicians’ Rule-Breaking Posts

Facebook on Tuesday said it would not take down politicians’ posts that violate its community standards and will not label them as rival Twitter has promised, saying it should not be the arbiter of acceptable speech in the political arena. Social media platforms are under pressure to block election interference and…

Facebook Suspends Thousands of Apps in Response to Cambridge Analytica Row

Highlights The suspended apps are associated with about 400 developers These apps were not necessarily posing a threat to users The compan paid $5 billion fine to resolve a government probe Facebook Inc said on Friday it has suspended tens of thousands of apps on the social networking platform, as…