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Samsung Smart Tv’s will soon let you trade NFTs

Samsung has decided to validate the crypto space in its own unique way. The South Korean consumer technology giant unveiled a smart TV in the ongoing CES 2022 exhibition. This soon to be launched smart TV will be officially world’s first television that will support NFT system. Samsung NFT support TV’s will help the users to browse, purchase and even sell their favorite digital art – all at one place (Read more)


Microsoft releases an emergency fix for Y2k22 bug

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Microsoft has released an emergency fix for Y2k22 bug  that broke the e-mail delivery for on-premises exchange 2016 and 2019 servers on New Year’s eve. This bug had halted the delivery of professional mails across the world on 1st January, 2022. Although this is a temporary fix and Microsoft may release permanent fix to this problem (Read more)


Tesla makes record breaking deliveries in Q4  

Tesla on Sunday announced record-breaking quarterly vehicle deliveries, beating the wall street expectation by a huge mile. The Elon Musk led company delivered 308666 vehicles in the Q4 of the ongoing financial year, which is nearly 70% compared to the previous year and 30% higher than the last quarter (Read more)


Twitter permanently bans Congresswoman over Covid Tweets  

Twitter has permanently suspended the personal account of the U.S. congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. The microblogging website cited ‘ promoting COVID Misinformation’ as the main reason for suspending the account of the republican lawmaker (Read more)


Blackberry OS phones will stop working (From January 4)  

BlackBerry unveils BlackBerry Motion.

Blackberry has said that smartphones functioning on its propriety OS will stop functioning reliably from next week. However, Blackberry phones operating on Android OS will remain completely unaffected by this updated. Once the charm of the global smartphone market, Blackberry was made to bite the dust owing to rising competition from Samsung and other Chinese smartphone makers (Read more)

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