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Apple may launch low budget 5G iPhone next Month

Apple is planning to launch affordable and low budget 5G iPhone in the first week of March, according to Bloomberg. This 5G capable iPhone will be updated version of the iPhone SE model and will also feature improved camera and fast processor. With the potential launch of 5G iPhone still nearly a month away, Apple’s plan may get scuttled due to production and other challenges (Read more)


Amazon in talks to buy Peloton

Although not officially confirmed, sources privy to the matter claim that Amazon is tentatively in talks to buy exercise equipment maker Peloton. Other suitors are also reportedly pursuing acquisition talks with Peloton, which has been financially struggling in the wake of plummeting sales. Shares of Peloton surged more than 30% on Friday in the Peloton’s potential sale out to Amazon or other high-profile suitors (Read more)


Meta rolls out new tools to prevent harassment in Metaverse

Facebook’s parent company Meta has launched ‘Personal Boundary’ in its Horizon Worlds and Horizon Venues. This new tool will supposedly help users to protect themselves against harassment and sexual harassment in Metaverse. Meta was compelled to launch this new feature due to unabated concerns about safety in Metaverse (Read more)


Twitter’s dislike button goes global

Twitter has been pondering hard to add a dislike button for quite some time now. But it is probably only now that the microblogging giant has started taking some serious strides on this front. On Thursday, Twitter announced that it will expand its newly launched downvote button on a global scale, after testing the feature in limited countries. But this dislike button comes with lot of limitations. (Read more)


U.K government fines Facebook (again)

Facebook’s parent company Meta has again found itself in dock in U.K. as Britain’s competition regulatory body imposes fresh fine of 1.5 Mn pounds. The latest fines is with regards to Facebook’s acquisition of animation company Giphy. Britain’s competition body said that Meta deliberately chose to conceal several important facts from the U.K government while pursuing the acquisition of Giphy. This is the latest blow for Facebook which has been relentlessly facing series of setbacks for quite some time now (Read more)

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