Here are top trending news from the world of technology. News that every technology enthusiast should keep a tab on.
Elon Musk has just won a $13Bn lawsuit Case
It looks like Elon Musk must be on the moon right now. After buying Twitter for $44Bn, the tech billionaire has got another piece of good news. The world’s richest man has just won a $13Bn lawsuit case that was filed against him in 2016. The lawsuit accused Musk of forcing the Tesla shareholders to a solar panel company SolarCity, a company that was founded by Musk’s own cousin brothers. However, a federal court in Delaware has rejected this allegation, implying that Musk was well within his rights by agreeing to buy SolarCity.
Facebook’s Daily Active Users Increases again
Earlier this year Facebook had reported first-ever quarterly decline in daily active users in a decade. The news caused a huge loss in Facebook’s market valuation. But the social media giant has now made a good turnaround. While announcing 2022’s first quarterly results, the company said that its daily active users grew to 1.96 Bn users. However, Mark Zuckerberg’s company reported slowest revenue growth in a decade. The social media company’s revenue grew by mere 7% during the first quarter of 2022.
Google now allows you to remove your phone number from search results
Are you concerned about your privacy because your phone number and e-mail addresses are visible on Google Search Results? Well, worry not. The search engine giant now lets you remove all your personal information from the search result. All you’ve to do is go to Google’s support page and fill a form for requesting to pull down your personal information from the search result. Earlier Google allowed its users to delist information regarding their credit card numbers, bank details & govt data from online results. But this is the first time that Google has allowed users to remove phone numbers & e-mail addresses as well.
WhatsApp Payment all set to offer Cashback offer to its users
In a desperate attempt to win the market share, WhatsApp Payment is now reportedly planning to provide Cashback offers to its users. This news has come at a time weeks after UPI regulatory body -NPCI – allowed WhatsApp Payment to increase its payment services to 100 Mn users in India. Actually WhatsApp arrived in India’s UPI payment market a bit late. It started offering payment services when Google Pay and PhonePe had already conquered substantial market share.