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Farmers protests: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey likes tweets supporting Rihanna's stand

Twitter CEO likes tweets endorsing Rihanna's stand on the ongoing farmer agitations in India; the tweets liked by Dorsey include the ones by Washington Post journalist Karen Attiah


Andy Jassy, who is currently the CEO of Amazon Web Services (AWS), will be stepping into Bezos shoes in later this year

FAU-G game launch: The PUBG rival is themed on the clashes that took place between the Indian and Chinese armies in the Galwan valley last year

In the less than Rs 10,000 segment, it is set to compete against smartphones like Redmi 9, Realme C12, Lava Z6, Poco M2 among others

Donald Trump YouTube channel: A recent video on the channel, which has now been removed, had content that incited violence

Signal App: Signal is a messaging application which can be downloaded on Apple (iPhone and iPad), Android, and Mac and Linux devices

VAIO India relaunch: Debuting with its range of premium, intelligently-crafted laptops, VAIO aims to regain its place and popularity amongst its customers again


PUBG Mobile India news: There are many people who continue to play the game despite the ban; here's how to download the game using APK and VPN links

PUBG Mobile news update: PUBG Corporation has decided to not take cheating via hacks lightly; In a massive crackdown on cheaters, banned 12,17,342 accounts

Samsung new ACs launch: The air conditioners will be available across retail stores and online on Flipkart, Amazon and Samsung Shop

Newly designed pages will not feature like button, will have a dedicated News Feed where users can join Conversations

The agency finds three issues with India's DST, the first being discrimination against US digital services companies

Datastore of Juspay, a Bengaluru-based start-up was compromised in August 2020, resulting in the breach of over 3.5 crore records