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Clubhouse’s anticipated Android launch will take few more months
Over the last few months, Audio app Clubhouse has emerged as one of the biggest things in the social media world. However, the only blip in its triumphal success is its conspicuous absence from Android, the world’s most popular mobile operating system. This absence makes for a curious case especially since Clubhouse app is already available on the Apple app store. But Clubhouse’s co-founder Paul Davison said in Sunday’s Townhall event that the company is working really hard to come up with the Android app and the app will be rolled out in the couple of months.
TikTok’s owner ByteDance acquires Shanghai based gaming studio at $4 Bn Valuation
In order to make deep in roads in the lucrative video game business, ByteDance said on Monday that its video game unit Nuverse has agreed to acquire Shanghai based gaming company Moonton Technology. As per Reuters, the value of this deal has been capped at around $4 Bn. Reports claim that China’s tech giant Tencent was also bidding to acquire Moonton but was outdone by TikTok’s owner at very last minute.
Twitter Boss Jack Dorsey’s first ever Tweet sold at $2.4 Mn but it is in NFT format
Twitter’s Boss Jack Dorsey has sold his first ever Tweet for whopping $2.4 Mn to Malaysian businessman for charity purposes. The tweet which reads as “just setting up my twtrr” was first tweeted by Dorsey on March 21, 2006. The Malaysian businessman has compared this purchase to Mona Lisa painting. However, the transaction of this deal has been done through cryptocurrency and not fait currency.
Bill Gates claim that he is no longer good at coding
With Microsoft, Bill Gates created perhaps one of the biggest software brands in the world. However, the founder of the iconic software brand is no longer good at coding. Gates disclosed about his low coding skills in an AMA session on Reddit. Responding to a query about his coding skills, Gates claimed that his coding skills have become ‘rusty’ over the years.