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Twitter Launches 'Voice Tweet' For iOS Users

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Twitter has on Wednesday launched a new feature, allowing iOS users to record and tweet via voice notes on its platform, the company said. In a statement, Twitter said, "Sometimes 280 characters (maximum per tweet) aren’t enough and some conversational nuances are lost in translation.

Facebook Finally Launches WhatsApp Digital Payment Service

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Facebook has rolled out WhatsApp Pay which will allow users to send money to one another for free or make purchases from small businesses without leaving the platform.

Twitter Introduces New Reply Feature

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Popular microblogging and social networking service Twitter is introducing a new feature that will allow users to decide who can reply to their tweets. The new reply feature will change how users can interact with Twitter; Unlike before, anybody can reply to anybody on Twitter as long as their profile wasn’t private or blocked, but now, a user can decide who to allow replies from.

TikTok, WeChat, and 57 Others Banned From India Market

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The Indian government has banned TikTok, WeChat, and several other apps, says the apps are ‘prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of the county. India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has banned the Chinese-based apps as the ministry states that the activities of the apps are prejudicial to the sovereignty and integrity of India".

'Hey Siri, I'm Getting Pulled Over': iPhone 'Siri' Shortcut That Records Interactions With Police

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Following the recent protest in the United States (US) over racial police brutality and injustice against African Americans and other minority groups, iPhone's siri shortcut that allows users record interactions are being used by iPhone users.

India, Chinese Feud: Google Settles Scores Between Both Countries, Takes Down Application

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Google has taken down an Indian application from its app store for deleting Chinese applications from mobile phones. Google giant is a company owned by Alphabet Inc., an American conglomerate located in California. The contentious application was calling on users to delete Chinese applications on their phones. The app is like “Remove Chinese Apps” was a top trending free app on Google’s app store in India with over five million downloads in the last two weeks.

Sony Considering Software Subscription As The Next Data-Analysing Image Sensors

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Sony Multinational Corporation image sensors business set to replicate PlayStation’s success to take care of its reliance on a handful of manufacturing in the inconsistent Smartphone market; the company says it will sell software by subscription for data-analyzing sensors build-in.

Sony Reveals PS5 Console With Daring Fresh Design

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Sony's PlayStation division unveiled several details regarding the upcoming PS5 next-generation console, with loads of amazing line up of games at its latest PS5 reveal event on June 11. Sony had set its reveal event for PlayStation 5, with the promise of the first footage of PS5 games, for June 4. However, in light of racial justice protests occurring across the United States and other countries, the company postponed the event in order to "stand back and allow more important voices to be heard."

Japanese automobile company, Toyota Motor Corp has on Friday disclosed that it has partnered with Chinese auto firms to develop hydrogen fuel cell systems. According to Toyota, the collaborating Chinese companies include GAC, Beijing Automotive, FAW Group, Beijing SinoHytec, and Dongfeng Motor.

iPhone Users To Get More Customization Experience In The Latest iOS 14

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The home screen of Apple's new oncoming operating system is finally getting a serious turn up following the announcement of iOS 14, during Apple's virtual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2020.

Facebook Sets Aside $200m To Support 'Black-Owned' Businesses

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Facebook has joined the likes of Google committed $175 million, Apple launched the $100 million and other tech giants to set aside nine-digit financial commitments toward racial equity and especially black-owned businesses.

Orange Telecom May Launch In Nigeria Soon

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France's largest Telecommunication company Orange is considering extending its coverage and business to South Africa and Nigeria in no distance time.

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